#Women #Coloring Book: #Women is Coloring Book No.8 in the Adult Coloring Book Series Celebrating Women (Coloring Books, Women, Shopping, Gif (Paperback)
#Women Coloring Book
(AGES 1-100) #Women Coloring Book is for every single person out there who can find pens, pencils, markers or crayons (+ 14 Bonus Pages)
One of the most enchanting, most innovative Coloring Book Artists in the world, Cynthia Van Edwards has done it again. In this incredible new Coloring book, the 8th in the "#" series, you will get to work with images and illustrations that look and feel 3-dimensional. The new coloring pages in this book focus entirely on Women and what calm and relax us.
What makes this book especially different from other books in the "# Series" is that Cynthia focuses on Women, Women's designs & Desires and variations on that theme. It's much more than just a book of squiggly lines, and many of the designs are quite complex and will create hours of calm and creativity.
#Women celebrates symmetry and texture as many of the designs are on textured surfaces and 3-dimensional plaques. We really think you'll enjoy this book and we look forward to seeing what you create
Now, let's see what you're made of #Women Coloring Book
This book has been a collaborative effort between artists, designers, and psychologists. This book not only soothes you, but also increases mental stimulation. The pictures and designs may seem random at first glance, but they're anything but.
We hope to give the designer (you) a very introspective and mind expanding experience.
PLEASE Take pictures of your finished coloring designs and post them to CYNTHIA VAN EDWARD's Facebook page, add the hashtag #FoodColoringBook to your post.
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About the Author
Cynthia Van Edwards Born in Oklahoma, with fierce Comanche blood in her veins, Cynthia Van Edwards spent hours and hours as a young girl riding horses and drawing. She found herself guiding towards arts programs and psychology in college, attending Northwestern University, where she graduated with honors. She began a career that started in counseling for children that were having learning issues in school. She eventually began working with adults who were suffering attention deficit issues and began thinking of ways to inspire people through artwork.