Worlds of imagination by Sara B. Gauldin
In this hectic world, the simple joys are those which outlast the din of daily life. I can recall spending hours perfecting coloring pages as a child. The pride and sense of progress and change were a tangible positive.
The act of coloring allows the mind to focus on the possible and the beautiful instead of the world around. This same act can offer the identical benefits of order and calm to adults as they do for children. Of course, few adults are interested in coloring children’s cartoons. Today adults have the option to color pictures that are more relevant, and in many cases are works of art unto themselves.
I invite you to enjoy unique art of and creations of an old friend of mine, Michael Sigmon. I am continually amazed by his artistic vision and ability. I hope you will take the time to enjoy his adult coloring book, Birds of a Feather.
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