Bestselling adult coloring book author Alberta Hutchinson helps you find your center with a beautiful array of relaxing Zen designs for you to color!
The Zen tradition has been described as a mindset in which one is entirely relaxed, throwing one’s worries into the wind. It’s a way of thinking that centers primarily around meditation, where one carefully observes the breath and the mind to obtain complete and total focus. Zen has emerged as a recent trend in adult coloring and art therapy, providing many colorists with an aesthetic version of this stress-reducing practice through its soothing patterns, intricate designs, and easy access to mindfulness.
Bestselling author and adult coloring book pioneer Alberta Hutchinson exemplifies this calming art form through her hand-drawn illustrations. Featured in this lush selection are forty-nine elegant new drawings that mimic ornate rug and floor tile designs, which will relax you while you express your inner creativity. You’ll feel your troubles slipping away as you immerse yourself in coloring these images.
This book includes perforated pages that are printed on one side, allowing colorists to remove and display their finished works of art easily. Stress-free and full of fun, Alberta Hutchinson’s Instant Zen Designs is a coloring collection that will put your mind at easethe only thing wandering will be your colored pencil!
|Series:||New York Times Bestselling Artists' Adult Coloring Books Series|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Alberta Hutchinson is a master designer and colorist, as well as a notable artist of other media. In the course of her career she has created thousands of works, portraits, coloring books, illustrated and design books, ornaments, quilts, and fabrics. Hutchinson has published more than thirty books, including a novel and poetry featuring her artwork. Most notable among Hutchinson’s collection are her bestselling mandala and design coloring books, which delight colorists of all ages and levels of skill. She lives in Gilbertsville, New York.