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- Publisher: Llewellyn
- Format: Coloring Book
Color your way to relaxation with these images of spells, charms, and magical power
￼Llewellyn’s Witch’s Coloring Book is a collection of colorable artworks selected from our most popular illustrated projects: Llewellyn’s Witches’ Calendar, Llewellyn’s Magical Almanac, Everyday Witch Tarot, Llewellyn’s Sabbat’s Almanac, The Witch’s Athame, and more.
￼Use your own intuitive vision to co-create these inspired artworks from some of the top witchy artists working today. Coloring is a proven way to achieve relaxing states of quiet reverie and flow, and these evocative drawings are the perfect guides to the enchanted realm of the witch.
￼Experience the expressive power of elegant woodcut illustrations. Join in the brilliance of ritual evocations. Meditate upon the magical herbs and tools always at the witch’s fingertips. Heed the call to add your own unique sense of color to our shared world with this
About the Authors
￼Elisabeth Alba loves to color, and she is happy to share her work with others who love coloring too! Elisabeth’s work mainly focuses on fantastical subjects, and it can be seen in various books, mag- azines, and games. Elisabeth lives in Western Massachusetts where she enjoys working in her home studio next to her husband, artist Scott Murphy
￼As a child, Kathleen Edwards used to neaten up the neighbor kids’ scribbled coloring book pages. Illustrator, fine artist, and author of Holy Stars.’ Favorite Deities, Prophets, Saints and Sages from Around the World, she is at work on another graphic nonfiction book. See more at www.kathleenedwardsartist.com.
Jennifer Hewitson graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from California State University Long Beach. Her images have been recognized and awarded by numerous magazines including Commumication Arts, Print, and How, and organizations such as the Society of Illustrators Los Angeles Society of Newspaper Design, Storytelling World, and the American Library Association. Jennifer has also taught editorial illustration at Laguna College of Art and Design and San Diego State University
Wen Hsu is a Taiwanese-Costa Rican illustrator, who lives in a small Caribbean town under the turbulent watch of the Turrialba volcano. Her home studio is surrounded by the sights and sounds of the tropical rainforest, as well as sacred indigenous Central American sites such as Guayabo, which been an infinite well of joy and inspiration for her art.
Mickie Mueller is an award-winning and critically-acclaimed artist of fantasy, fairy, and myth. She works primarily in a mix of colored pencil and watercolor infused with magical herbs corresponding to her subject matter. Mickie is the illustrator of The Well Worn Path and The Hidden Path decks, the
writer illustrator of The Voice of the Trees and A Celtic Divination Oracle, and the illustrator of The Mystical Cats Tarot. She resides in Missouri.
After living in San Francisco and Seattle for over 22 years Carolyn Vibbert has returned to her home of Portsmouth, NH. Her work appears on wine and food packaging, as well as in books and magazines. She is represented by Freda Scott and you can see more of her work at www.fredascottcreative.com.
Our Review of ‘Llewellyn’s Witch’s Coloring Book’
In ‘Witch’s Coloring Book’ Llewellyn have highlighted a wonderfully diverse and eclectic group of contemporary artists.
In the pages of their coloring book the reader is presented with an equally diverse collection of line-drawings. Featuring subjects such as ancient rituals, magical symbols, Sabbats, Celtic themes, Victorian imagery and Wiccan tradition there is something to match every season and every mood.
The drawings are skilfully created and superbly-well proportioned covering a variety of styles and themes from light fantasy through to heavier contemporary.
No single artist stands out above the rest for they are all, in their own unique way, equally good. Each one is also credited on the back of each page which is perforated and can be removed for mounting.
For a coloring fan with a sense of adventure and exploration this is a collection of prints that comes thoroughly recommended.
Credit: Review copy kindly supplied by PGUK, London.