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Daily Zoo Year 2: Keeping the Doctor at Bay with a Drawing a Day
     

Daily Zoo Year 2: Keeping the Doctor at Bay with a Drawing a Day

by Chris Ayers
 

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Following in the successful paw and hoof prints of The Daily Zoo: Volume One comes another exotic menagerie of creative fauna from Hollywood artist Chris Ayers. The Daily Zoo Year 2 offers more furry and feathered friends along with continuing reflections on his life as an artist and cancer survivor. And, as with Volume 1 and perhaps

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Following in the successful paw and hoof prints of The Daily Zoo: Volume One comes another exotic menagerie of creative fauna from Hollywood artist Chris Ayers. The Daily Zoo Year 2 offers more furry and feathered friends along with continuing reflections on his life as an artist and cancer survivor. And, as with Volume 1 and perhaps more so, regardless of your artistic experience, this book will leave you inspired to grab the nearest pencil, pen, brush or crayon and start drawing ... for fun and perhaps as a way to bring healing!

After a yearlong period of treatment and recovery from leukemia, Chris Ayers started a sketchbook called The Daily Zoo. His initial goal of drawing one animal per day for a year was achieved and then published in The Daily Zoo: Volume 1. The process was so rewarding and therapeutic that Chris kept right on drawing.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781933492445
Publisher:
Design Studio Press
Publication date:
12/01/2009
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range:
5 Years

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After a yearlong period of treatment and recovery from leukemia, Chris Ayers started a sketchbook called The Daily Zoo. His initial goal of drawing one animal per day for a year was achieved and then published in The Daily Zoo: Volume 1. The process was so rewarding and therapeutic that Chris kept right on drawing.

After a yearlong period of treatment and recovery from leukemia, Chris Ayers started a sketchbook called The Daily Zoo. His initial goal of drawing one animal per day for a year was achieved and then published in The Daily Zoo: Volume 1. The process was so rewarding and therapeutic that Chris kept right on drawing.

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