Colorful Creations Positively Inspired

Author: Jess Volinski
Publisher: Design Originals
ISBN: 9781497202603
Size: 60.89 MB
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This inspirational coloring book for adults offers dozens of encouraging quotations and uplifting art activities designed to empower creativity.

Colorvsu

Author: Michael Schmidt
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780692021316
Size: 56.38 MB
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Our concept is simple; ColorVSU An Adult/Artist Coloring Book designed by Valdosta State University students, current and emeritus faculty, and alumni. Many artists have been long time supporters of the VSU College of the Arts, the Department of Art & Design, and fundraising/ exhibition venues like the DRAWPROJECT, generously donating their precious time and creative work to support events that benefit VSU Art & Design Student Scholarships. The earnings from ColorVSU support scholarships within the Department of Art & Design, which provides financial assistance to students within the BA/BFA programs in Art, Art Education, and Interior Design. Your support is an enduring gift that positively affects our students, and immeasurably changes individual lives.At VSU, we share a tremendous passion with the artists, sponsors, patrons and supporters of our local and extended community. Valdosta, VSU, and the surrounding region is an exemplar of how creative thinkers, passionate artists, and generous arts patrons and supporters truly enrich the place in which we live. ColorVSU is a platform for our community to intimately connect with artists while personally experiencing the benefits of creative activity. Each page has been created by an artist at VSU or connected with VSU. We invite you to be a part of ColorVSU, and hope that you enjoy the creative works within this unique artistic book, and join us in celebrating Valdosta State University and, make your mark. Coupled with each creative work, the artist has shared information about themselves, their connection with VSU, and insights into their artwork. We encourage you to reach out and make connections with the individual artists, the Department of Art & Design, the College of the Arts, and with the greater Valdosta State University family. We are excited to see your unique creations! Tag and upload your colored pages to social media, forums, galleries, and make connections with VSU and beyond. Color VSU is inspired by William Massey, 2012 VSU Alumni and recipient of the 2017 Valdosta State University Graduate of the Last Decade award (GOLD), William founded ColorATL; lives and works in Atlanta, GA.

How To Stay Inspired Journal

Author: Linda L. Lamme
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781979775472
Size: 66.78 MB
Format: PDF
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Peacefully Beautiful Designs! With various levels of complexity, these designs range from minimal, simplistic and fairly easy to color to detailed, elaborate and challenging. This adult coloring book has a page of thumbnails near the front of the book. To reduce bleed-through, each single-sided image is printed on a black-backed page. Each image includes a simple message added in just for fun. Two Copies of Every Image Included if you want to try a variation, make a mistake. enjoy coloring a second time or with a friend. A Special Bonus FREE Digital Version is Included. Not Only That, There is a Link to a Whole Separate FREE Coloring Book Included, as Well! You will have ultimate control over your paper quality and can experiment with different color schemes. Then, if you change your mind, it's no big deal. Relax and Let Your Stress Melt Away Let them take you to a happy place, allowing your mind to flow freely and tranquility as responsibilities seem to fade away for a time. They are particularly calming right before bed. How Does Coloring Make You Feel Good? When you color, your brain is producing chemicals that make you feel good. The part of the brain that controls the " fight, flight or freeze" response is called the amygdala. Coloring exercises the part of the brain, the prefrontal cortex, that helps us relax and calm down, making it stronger. When we make our prefrontal cortex stronger, the stress, fear and anxiety part of our brain, the amygdala, gets weaker. Then the brain is able to take a break from worry and stress. Coloring also boosts the production of the hormone, dopamine, that creates feelings of pleasure. Who knew that you could feel so good by coloring? A pretty good benefit to be had from such an effortless simple pleasure! Did you know that coloring will even enable you to increase focus and to think more clearly? A regular coloring practice not only promotes a general sense of well-being, it even helps keep the areas of the brain concerned with vision and fine motor skills active and acts to develop them further. Many professionals believe this aspect of coloring can delay, or even prevent, the onset of dementia. For older people, this is quite the bonus for maintaining the all-important focusing ability of the brain and exercising essential fine-motor skills. Just like any other exercise, mindful coloring can have so great benefits when done regularly. This kind of exercise is even fun, too! Whimsical Images to Unleash Your Inner Artist Unwinding, you can stamp out stress as you create a multitude of masterpieces. It includes a variety of styles to hold your interest. Whatever you're in the mood for you'll find one that makes you happy. Optimism is Contagious Let each page be a launching pad for the good vibes that come when you play with these lovely images. Sparking one's creativity has always been found to generate good feelings. You become a ray of sunshine as you radiate this positive energy. Need a Perfect Excuse for Partying? Coloring needs only minimal concentration and can easily be done in a group. Due to its growing popularity, people enjoy getting together to have some fun, providing good opportunities to nibble, socialize and color up a storm. Makes a Perfect Gift Make a special someone in your life smile. Surprise them and buy two copies. Then enjoy coloring together. This Work is Dedicated to: THE CREATION OF VITALITY FOR THE SHEER JOY OF BEING CREATIVE In whatever way you love, Life is more fun when you feel great! Start Coloring and Relax. Buy Now. Scroll up. Click the buy button.

Big Kids Coloring Book Restored District Williamsburg Va Geographic Area

Author: Dawn D. Boyer, Ph.D.
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781981885244
Size: 79.88 MB
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Big Kids Coloring Book: Restored District Williamsburg VA Geographic Area Gray Scale Photos to Color - Holiday Wreaths and Décor THIS BOOK IS Volume 6 of 9 - 2017 If you love to color beautiful Gray Scale photos, and love the restored colonial area of the city of Williamsburg, VA, you will adore this series of books of the 2017 holiday décor and decorations around the area. The artist/photographer took a walking tour of the streets and buildings in December throughout the beloved restored area to document the stunningly beautiful 2017 door wreaths and holiday decorations. In creating the wreaths and décor, restrictions and instructions were the elements of each holiday design had to be created with materials in existence during the colonial era. The wreaths and décor are predominantly made of natural materials - dried fruit, flowers, and vegetables, magnolia leaves, sycamore tree seed balls, artichokes, dried okra pods, apples and pineapples, persimmons, oyster shells, evergreen boughs and fresh or dried leaves, oranges spiked with cloves, lotus pods, apples, wheat and corn husks, baskets, feathers, and pine cones. The holiday designers added 'trades-related' elements to some wreaths such as dried tobacco leaves and clay pipes, toys and soaps, cotton-bolls and threads, tankards and playing cards, a miniature anvil and hammer, nutmeg graters and walnuts, musical flutes and song sheets, a tiny yule log surrounded by straw and wheat stars, miniature wigs and shoe soles, wooden spoons and dried orange slices, twisted paper (into rolls or roses), and shiny tin leaves, to name a few. What is even better than getting black and white grayscale photos to color? The original photos in full glorious color are also available on the Author / Photographer's Etsy shop as reference for when you color the illustrations at: www.etsy.com/people/DawnDBoyer Whether you are a floral designer or a home-based crafter, these beautiful photos in black and white and the matching (Etsy store available) full-color illustrations provide incentive, inspiration, and creative ideas for you to design and create your own colonial-era inspired holiday décor! Key Search Words for The Author/Artist's Books: Adult Coloring, articulate, artwork, Attitude, balance, benefits, biofeedback, body, brain, breath, calming, channel, circle, color, colors, colour, colourful, colouring, composition, concentration, consciousness, contemplate, cosmos, creation, de-stress, designs, disciplines, drawings, emotions, energy, enlightenment, esoteric, experiential, focus, forms, gratitude, growth, guidance, human, hypnosis, illuminate, illustration, imagination, insightful, inspiration, intelligence, joy, Kaleidoscope, life, light, lived, love, Mandala, mantra, meanings, meditate, meditation, mental, metaphysical, microcosm, motivation, mystical, nature, paths, peace, personality, physiological, physiology, positive, powers, process, progressive, promote, psyche, psychic, psychological, psychology, psychotherapy, re-balancing, recovery, reflecting, reflects, relaxation, release, reveal, sacred, schema, self, self-hypnosis, self-remembering, space, spiritual, state-of-being, strengths, sub-conscious, symbolic, synthesis, technique, therapy, thought, traditional, traditions, transcendental, validation, values, virtues, visual, wakefulness, well-being, wisdom, Zen

Big Kids Coloring Book Restored District Williamsburg Va Geographic Area

Author: Dawn Boyer
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781981879960
Size: 35.49 MB
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Big Kids Coloring Book: Restored District Williamsburg VA Geographic Area Gray Scale Photos to Color - Holiday Wreaths and Décor THIS BOOK IS Volume 1 of 9 - 2017 If you love to color beautiful Gray Scale photos, and love the restored colonial area of the city of Williamsburg, VA, you will adore this series of books of the 2017 holiday décor and decorations around the area. The artist/photographer took a walking tour of the streets and buildings in December throughout the beloved restored area to document the stunningly beautiful 2017 door wreaths and holiday decorations. In creating the wreaths and décor, restrictions and instructions were the elements of each holiday design had to be created with materials in existence during the colonial era. The wreaths and décor are predominantly made of natural materials - dried fruit, flowers, and vegetables, magnolia leaves, sycamore tree seed balls, artichokes, dried okra pods, apples and pineapples, persimmons, oyster shells, evergreen boughs and fresh or dried leaves, oranges spiked with cloves, lotus pods, apples, wheat and corn husks, baskets, feathers, and pine cones. The holiday designers added 'trades-related' elements to some wreaths such as dried tobacco leaves and clay pipes, toys and soaps, cotton-bolls and threads, tankards and playing cards, a miniature anvil and hammer, nutmeg graters and walnuts, musical flutes and song sheets, a tiny yule log surrounded by straw and wheat stars, miniature wigs and shoe soles, wooden spoons and dried orange slices, twisted paper (into rolls or roses), and shiny tin leaves, to name a few. What is even better than getting black and white grayscale photos to color? The original photos in full glorious color are also available on the Author / Photographer's Etsy shop as reference for when you color the illustrations at: www.etsy.com/people/DawnDBoyer Whether you are a floral designer or a home-based crafter, these beautiful photos in black and white and the matching (Etsy store available) full-color illustrations provide incentive, inspiration, and creative ideas for you to design and create your own colonial-era inspired holiday décor! Key Words: Adult Coloring, articulate, artwork, Attitude, balance, benefits, biofeedback, body, brain, breath, calming, channel, circle, color, colors, colour, colourful, colouring, composition, concentration, consciousness, contemplate, cosmos, creation, de-stress, designs, disciplines, drawings, emotions, energy, enlightenment, esoteric, experiential, focus, forms, gratitude, growth, guidance, human, hypnosis, illuminate, illustration, imagination, insightful, inspiration, intelligence, joy, Kaleidoscope, life, light, lived, love, Mandala, mantra, meanings, meditate, meditation, mental, metaphysical, microcosm, motivation, mystical, nature, paths, peace, personality, physiological, physiology, positive, powers, process, progressive, promote, psyche, psychic, psychological, psychology, psychotherapy, re-balancing, recovery, reflecting, reflects, relaxation, release, reveal, sacred, schema, self, self-hypnosis, self-remembering, space, spiritual, state-of-being, strengths, sub-conscious, symbolic, synthesis, technique, therapy, thought, traditional, traditions, transcendental, validation, values, virtues, visual, wakefulness, well-being, wisdom, Zen

Restored District Williamsburg Va Geographic Area

Author: Dawn D. Boyer
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781981881307
Size: 43.88 MB
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Big Kids Coloring Book: Restored District Williamsburg VA Geographic Area Gray Scale Photos to Color - Holiday Wreaths and Décor THIS BOOK IS Volume 2 of 9 - 2017 If you love to color beautiful Gray Scale photos, and love the restored colonial area of the city of Williamsburg, VA, you will adore this series of books of the 2017 holiday décor and decorations around the area. The artist/photographer took a walking tour of the streets and buildings in December throughout the beloved restored area to document the stunningly beautiful 2017 door wreaths and holiday decorations. In creating the wreaths and décor, restrictions and instructions were the elements of each holiday design had to be created with materials in existence during the colonial era. The wreaths and décor are predominantly made of natural materials - dried fruit, flowers, and vegetables, magnolia leaves, sycamore tree seed balls, artichokes, dried okra pods, apples and pineapples, persimmons, oyster shells, evergreen boughs and fresh or dried leaves, oranges spiked with cloves, lotus pods, apples, wheat and corn husks, baskets, feathers, and pine cones. The holiday designers added 'trades-related' elements to some wreaths such as dried tobacco leaves and clay pipes, toys and soaps, cotton-bolls and threads, tankards and playing cards, a miniature anvil and hammer, nutmeg graters and walnuts, musical flutes and song sheets, a tiny yule log surrounded by straw and wheat stars, miniature wigs and shoe soles, wooden spoons and dried orange slices, twisted paper (into rolls or roses), and shiny tin leaves, to name a few. What is even better than getting black and white grayscale photos to color? The original photos in full glorious color are also available on the Author / Photographer's Etsy shop as reference for when you color the illustrations at: www.etsy.com/people/DawnDBoyer Whether you are a floral designer or a home-based crafter, these beautiful photos in black and white and the matching (Etsy store available) full-color illustrations provide incentive, inspiration, and creative ideas for you to design and create your own colonial-era inspired holiday décor! Key Words: Adult Coloring, articulate, artwork, Attitude, balance, benefits, biofeedback, body, brain, breath, calming, channel, circle, color, colors, colour, colourful, colouring, composition, concentration, consciousness, contemplate, cosmos, creation, de-stress, designs, disciplines, drawings, emotions, energy, enlightenment, esoteric, experiential, focus, forms, gratitude, growth, guidance, human, hypnosis, illuminate, illustration, imagination, insightful, inspiration, intelligence, joy, Kaleidoscope, life, light, lived, love, Mandala, mantra, meanings, meditate, meditation, mental, metaphysical, microcosm, motivation, mystical, nature, paths, peace, personality, physiological, physiology, positive, powers, process, progressive, promote, psyche, psychic, psychological, psychology, psychotherapy, re-balancing, recovery, reflecting, reflects, relaxation, release, reveal, sacred, schema, self, self-hypnosis, self-remembering, space, spiritual, state-of-being, strengths, sub-conscious, symbolic, synthesis, technique, therapy, thought, traditional, traditions, transcendental, validation, values, virtues, visual, wakefulness, well-being, wisdom, Zen

The Artful Home

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Publisher: GUILD, LLC
ISBN: 9781880140567
Size: 12.88 MB
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Restored District Of The Williamsburg Va Geographic Area

Author: Dawn D. Boyer
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781981889051
Size: 24.65 MB
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Big Kids Coloring Book: Restored District Williamsburg VA Geographic Area Gray Scale Photos to Color - Holiday Wreaths and Décor THIS BOOK IS Volume 8 of 9 - 2017 If you love to color beautiful Gray Scale photos, and love the restored colonial area of the city of Williamsburg, VA, you will adore this series of books of the 2017 holiday décor and decorations around the area. The artist/photographer took a walking tour of the streets and buildings in December throughout the beloved restored area to document the stunningly beautiful 2017 door wreaths and holiday decorations. In creating the wreaths and décor, restrictions and instructions were the elements of each holiday design had to be created with materials in existence during the colonial era. The wreaths and décor are predominantly made of natural materials - dried fruit, flowers, and vegetables, magnolia leaves, sycamore tree seed balls, artichokes, dried okra pods, apples and pineapples, persimmons, oyster shells, evergreen boughs and fresh or dried leaves, oranges spiked with cloves, lotus pods, apples, wheat and corn husks, baskets, feathers, and pine cones. The holiday designers added 'trades-related' elements to some wreaths such as dried tobacco leaves and clay pipes, toys and soaps, cotton-bolls and threads, tankards and playing cards, a miniature anvil and hammer, nutmeg graters and walnuts, musical flutes and song sheets, a tiny yule log surrounded by straw and wheat stars, miniature wigs and shoe soles, wooden spoons and dried orange slices, twisted paper (into rolls or roses), and shiny tin leaves, to name a few. What is even better than getting black and white grayscale photos to color? The original photos in full glorious color are also available on the Author / Photographer's Etsy shop as reference for when you color the illustrations at: www.etsy.com/people/DawnDBoyer Whether you are a floral designer or a home-based crafter, these beautiful photos in black and white and the matching (Etsy store available) full-color illustrations provide incentive, inspiration, and creative ideas for you to design and create your own colonial-era inspired holiday décor! Key Search Words for The Author/Artist's Books: Adult Coloring, articulate, artwork, Attitude, balance, benefits, biofeedback, body, brain, breath, calming, channel, circle, color, colors, colour, colourful, colouring, composition, concentration, consciousness, contemplate, cosmos, creation, de-stress, designs, disciplines, drawings, emotions, energy, enlightenment, esoteric, experiential, focus, forms, gratitude, growth, guidance, human, hypnosis, illuminate, illustration, imagination, insightful, inspiration, intelligence, joy, Kaleidoscope, life, light, lived, love, Mandala, mantra, meanings, meditate, meditation, mental, metaphysical, microcosm, motivation, mystical, nature, paths, peace, personality, physiological, physiology, positive, powers, process, progressive, promote, psyche, psychic, psychological, psychology, psychotherapy, re-balancing, recovery, reflecting, reflects, relaxation, release, reveal, sacred, schema, self, self-hypnosis, self-remembering, space, spiritual, state-of-being, strengths, sub-conscious, symbolic, synthesis, technique, therapy, thought, traditional, traditions, transcendental, validation, values, virtues, visual, wakefulness, well-being, wisdom, Zen

Living Art

Author: Olivier Giugni
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439184178
Size: 41.11 MB
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Olivier Giugni, the renowned floral artist, presents stunning portraits of his sumptuous creations in a variety of private homes, along with detailed descriptions of their design and placement—and recipes for a dozen of his signature arrangements. Life is color and color is life. This is the mantra of Olivier Giugni, founder and owner of L’Olivier, the sleek floral design atelier in Manhattan. Far from Brignoles, the Provençal village where he grew up, Olivier reimagines the warmth, whimsy, style, and bursts of color from his native France in a singularly contemporary fashion, and in doing so, he has become one of the New York area’s most beloved and acclaimed floral designers. Created from a breathtaking range of organic and sustainable material, Olivier’s work becomes living sculpture, drawing from and reflecting back the signature elements of its surrounding environment. True to this vision, his gorgeous, lush arrangements of dramatic flowers and plants inspire and transform every space they occupy. In Living Art, Olivier walks readers through the homes of eighteen of his clients as well as his own, pointing out how their art, furnishings, and design preferences engage in a call-and-response with his unique arrangements. Along the way, Olivier’s creative thought process is revealed, showing how composition, color, texture, and fragrance can have a subtle yet decisive impact on the energy of a room, enhancing and elevating mood and moment. Living Art’s spectacular images illuminate this master florist’s aesthetic approach in an accessible way. A gift for experienced arrangers or novices just learning to work with flowers, the book includes recipes for twelve of Olivier’s unique arrangements, offering novel ways to style flowers, plants, and foliage—from cascade to orchid garden to bouquet. The poetic, playful creativity featured in Living Art will move and spark the imagination of all those who are passionate about flowers.

Old House Journal

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Old-House Journal is the original magazine devoted to restoring and preserving old houses. For more than 35 years, our mission has been to help old-house owners repair, restore, update, and decorate buildings of every age and architectural style. Each issue explores hands-on restoration techniques, practical architectural guidelines, historical overviews, and homeowner stories--all in a trusted, authoritative voice.