HOLLAND, Mich. (WZZM) -- Hundreds of thousands of people will be visiting this year's ArtPrize in just a few weeks, however at least one entry from Holland is still in the works and waiting for the public's help.
Eric Westra wants the community to help paint a piece called, 'Jigsaw Blossoms,' a giant jigsaw puzzle with 128 pieces.
Each person will paint a single piece of the puzzle at Tulip City Panache art studio, but it's a secret what the final product will look like.
Naiyana Juarez, the co-owner of the Tulip City Panache says it gives people a chance to be involved in the action. "Most people don't feel that they can be a part of ArtPrize because it's something so big, so unique, and everyone wants to be a part of it, so many people go there to go look at ArtPrize. Now they can look at their own piece."
So far, 30 people of all ages have participated in the 'Jigsaw Blossoms' piece. Anyone interested can visit the Tulip City Panache, Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.