Coloring book to delve your senses into a fantasy world, and emerge with a heightened imagination. "Fantasia" An Adult Coloring Book is highly detailed and is a coloring book not like any other you've seen! Hand picked characters from her full length book to bring you a concise and exciting introductory to her style. She wants to offer you the most enjoyable experience possible: All single sided pages so that you never have to worry about your markers bleeding through to a design on the back. All designs are hand drawn with love using artist pens or graphite pencil on bristol paper. Characters from Norse Mythology such as Odin and his mighty 8-legged steed Sleipnir... as well as other fantasy beasts such as dragons, angels, chimeras, harpies, gargoyles, and fauns. 13 characters in all!
"Color A Fantasy" is an Adult Coloring Book series glimpsing into the stylistic talents of fantasy and surrealism artist Casey Gilmore. Dragons, Elves, Fauns, Druids, and other fantasy creatures await you in vol 1. 28 Single sided pages this book will allow for coloring with markers, pens, pastels and pencils without damaging underlying designs. Containing 11 characters from her popular works well liked by her fans "Color A Fantasy" vol 1 will surely bring out the fantasy artist in yourself. Coloring difficulty ranging from beginner to intermediate coloring.
Enter world-renowned artist Ravynne Phelan’s magical kingdom of dragons! This exquisite coloring book is a celebration of all things dragon. You’ll find powerful protector dragons, little hatchling dragons, and all kinds of dragon-inspired creatures – over 50 images selected from the artist’s treasure-trove of celebrated works. Ravynne’s intricate painting style lends itself perfectly to the meditative art of coloring. Use color and your imagination to breathe new life into these extraordinary creatures. Step through this doorway into a multiverse where the dragons dwell.
Fans of adult coloring books will love the intricate, imaginative illustrations of Kerby Rosanes, the artist behind the Sketchy Stories blog. The fantastically detailed style fans have come to know and love through his previous New York Times bestselling coloring books--Animorphia and Imagimorphia--is back, and just as awesomely-complex as before. Dragons, unicorns, griffins and other mythical creatures morph and explode into astounding detail. Bring each imagination-bending image to life with color and find the objects hidden throughout the book.
Enjoy an escape from the pressures of the "real" world by taking a relaxing moment to color. Come join the millions who are coloring for therapy and inspire your creative side! "Color A Fantasy" is an Adult Coloring Book series of fan favorites glimpsing into the stylistic talents of fantasy and surrealism artist Casey "Keyesay" Gilmore. ****All pages are hand drawn using her artist pens and pencils on bristol paper. ***SINGLE SIDED pages will allow for coloring with markers, pens, pastels and pencils without damaging underlying designs. ****60lb text paper ****Added UNIQUE Feature of Coloring Log pages where you can test color schemes and log the colors you used so that when you have to take a break you know you'll come back with the same colors you used earlier! Detailed and unique Dragons, Exciting Lizards, Beautiful Exotic Birds, Steamy Wizard, and other beasts of fantasy and reality await you in vol 2. 12 characters from her popular works well liked by her fans "Color A Fantasy" vol 2 will surely bring out the artist in yourself. 3 of the characters are also featured in her book "Fantasia" An Adult Coloring Book of Fantasy & Mythology. 4 of the creatures are featured in her upcoming book on endangered animals entitled "Endangered" A Coloring Book of Endangered Species Around the World. 2 of the pages are featured in a Global Doodle Gems book for Valentine's Day vol 2 released Jan 2016. Terasu is featured in The Directory of Who's Who of Coloring Book Artists vol 1 2016. This is a great book to get started with her style and peek into her other books! Coloring difficulty ranging from beginner to intermediate coloring. Ages: 8 and up
Author: Kim Sun Hyun
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Release Date: 2016-09-06
Genre: Games & Activities
A magical, mythical world full of strange creatures and dreamlike landscapes awaits you in this stunning coloring book. Leading art therapist Kim Sun Hyun understands the deep philosophy of using art to heal, focus, or simply escape from the stress and pressures of everyday life. In The Story of Pandora, animals wearing fancy clothes and plants and flowers full of magical powers sprawl across the pages for you to bring to life with your colored pencils, felt-tip pens, paints, or any other tool you choose. It’s a delicate, whimsical journey through a fairy-tale world that will leave you relaxed, comfortable, and convinced of the power of coloring.
Author: Kinuko Y. Craft
Publisher: Amber Lotus
Release Date: 2016-10-17
Immerse yourself in the enchanted fantasy world of Kinuko Y. Craft, celebrated contemporary illustrator, painter, and storyteller. Transcend time and space as you color to life these gorgeous illustrations of goddessess, angels, fairies, princesses, heroes, and mythological creatures. Craft's vast body of work includes award-winning illustrated books of classic fairy tales and cover art for fantasy novels.
Author: Eunji Park
Publisher: Seven Seas
Release Date: 2016-11-01
The Mysterious Library: A Coloring Book Journey Into Fables will transport you on a quest into your favorite fairy tales, with over sixty-two pages of gorgeously-detailed pen and ink artwork to color, by Korean illustrator Eunji Park.This coloring book features a visual narrative about a young lady who discovers a strange library in the forest. As she picks up a book, she is transported into a storybook world, where she herself transforms into its heroine. To return home, she must find a hidden key, while traveling through various works of literature and fables, from Hansel and Gretel to Cinderella, from Alice in Wonderland to Rapunzel, and beyond. The Mysterious Library includes dazzling drawings of fanciful locations and beautiful scenery, fantastic animals, and an appealing heroine. The book includes extra-thick craft paper, ideal for coloring, and will delight colorists of all ages and skill levels.
Take an enchanting trip through a magical fairy world in this beautifully illustrated, interactive coloring and activity book for all ages, created by renowned illustrator Marcos Chin and filled with enchanting black-and-white line art, engaging riddles and puzzles throughout, and four postcards to color and send. Fairies in Wonderland is a whimsical, fantastical foray into the world of the ever-popular fairy. Marcos Chin presents fairies in various, intricately illustrated scenarios to explore and animate with color, from early morning flights among dew-kissed flowers to lounging on leaves floating gently in a stream to a charming game of tag among fireflies in a dark forest. While the drawings soothe the soul, riddle and puzzle elements engage the mind. As you bring to glorious color this lush and inviting wonderland, you will find images of keys embedded in the drawings that spell out the answers to a series of riddles sprinkled through the book. By unscrambling the lettered keys, you will discover the answers to the riddles and collect prizes—images representative of the words and tools that enable you to solve the next riddle in the book. Also included are four perforated black-and-white postcards, ready for coloring and sending. Featuring a heavy card stock cover with extra-wide flaps, and bewitching black-and-white line art printed on heavy white paper with excellent opacity ideal for coloring—with markers, pencils, crayons, or paints—and framing, Fairies in Wonderland lets readers of every age tap into their creative spirits and provides hours of entertainment and fun.
Who says adults have lost their dreams? In this Adult Coloring Book you will encounter fairies, princesses, animals _ all waiting to be colored. As added inspiration, short quotes are hidden on the pages... Lose yourself in the DayDreamLand! IMPORTANT - EBOOK edition of this book is an ART BOOK and not used for coloring on the device. The eBook is a preview providing useful content on the benefits of coloring for both children and adults, also showing the brilliant designs available in the physical copy of the book. A link in the book lets you download the book with high quality coloring book PDF pages that readers can PRINT, without being asked for your mail address or anything else that you will need to fill.
Author: Stephen J. Ross
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Release Date: 2017-07-20
Genre: Literary Criticism
In his debut collection, Some Trees (1956), the American poet John Ashbery poses a question that resonates across his oeuvre and much of modern art: 'How could he explain to them his prayer / that nature, not art, might usurp the canvas?' When Ashbery asks this strange question, he joins a host of transatlantic avant-gardists—from the Dadaists to the 1960s neo-avant-gardists and beyond—who have dreamed of turning art into nature, of creating art that would be 'valid solely on its own terms, in the way nature itself is valid, in the way a landscape—not its picture—is aesthetically valid' (Clement Greenberg, 1939). Invisible Terrain reads Ashbery as a bold intermediary between avant-garde anti-mimeticism and the long western nature poetic tradition. In chronicling Ashbery's articulation of 'a completely new kind of realism' and his engagement with figures ranging from Wordsworth to Warhol, the book presents a broader case study of nature's dramatic transformation into a resolutely unnatural aesthetic resource in 20th-century art and literature. The story begins in the late 1940s with the Abstract Expressionist valorization of process, surface, and immediacy—summed up by Jackson Pollock's famous quip, 'I am Nature'—that so influenced the early New York School poets. It ends with 'Breezeway,' a poem about Hurricane Sandy. Along the way, the project documents Ashbery's strategies for literalizing the 'stream of consciousness' metaphor, his negotiation of pastoral and politics during the Vietnam War, and his investment in 'bad' nature poetry.