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Quirky Collages to Color

Color 100s of Hidden Objects

Quirky Collages to Color
Don Stewart By (author)
9781497205055
Product ID:  DO6341
$11.99
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2021/03/02
Fox Chapel Publishing

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8.5 X 10.9 in
80 pg


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Description

Color and discover hundreds of fascinating objects – the longer you look, the more you’ll find! This one-of-a-kind adult coloring book stands out with its intricate artwork that’s made up of hidden objects. Featuring 32 thoughtful and intriguing designs that are perfect for puzzle-lovers, each contain a variety of elements that act as clever and funny puns relating to the main illustration. Designs are printed on a single side of high-quality paper with perforated edges.


Reviews

The microbiome of coloring books!Vivian Mahl, Publisher of Practical Gastroenterology, A Peer Review Journal


This uniquely-illustrated book will make you laugh, get your creative juices flowing and let you turn Don Stewart’s black and white collages into your own colorful masterpieces. A definite winner for beginners and pros!Liz Ball, Author and Illustrator, Hidden Picture Puzzles at the Zoo


Stewart's whimsical collages are so clever and will delight kids and adults alike. I predict many hours of happy coloring ahead!Cindy deRosier, Fun Family Crafts (funfamilycrafts.com)



Author Bio

Don Stewart is a former physician turned full-time artist and owner of DS Art – a working studio gallery featuring his visual humor, located off the beaten path in a little suburb of Birmingham, Alabama. Don received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Art at Birmingham-Southern College in 1981, paying his way with a nightclub act as a comic ventriloquist. Initially, he enrolled in art classes as a break from his rigorous premedical curriculum. Soon, he was exposed to the idea of composite imagery, and began exploring techniques in ballpoint drawing. Don continued to pursue his artistic interests as a hobby during medical training at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. After receiving his M.D. in 1985, Dr. Stewart completed an internship in surgery at the Mayo Clinic, but the lifestyle of a surgical resident clashed with his creative side. By year's end, Don opted to discontinue his medical studies, and accepted awards for both his short fiction and poetry, and published his first two composite drawings. The author of two books, he currently limits his medical practice to disorders of the funny bone. To learn more about Don and see his artwork, visit www.DSArt.com, @DSArtFans on Facebook, or @dsartgallery on Instagram.