Author(s): Penny Brown
Take a much deserved break from the stresses of modern day life with a hobby that is nostalgic, creative and therapeutic all at the same time. The Aboriginal Art Colouring Book provides beautiful designs inspired by Aboriginal art to colour in that are a step beyond children's favourites and perfect for adults too. The paper is perfect for colouring using marker pens, coloured pencils, felt-tips or paints, and the designs are printed on just one side of the paper to avoid show-through. There are small, simple motifs that are perfect for colouring in when you have just a few minutes to spare, as well as more absorbing projects for when you have more time. At the front of the book are some ready-coloured images to inspire you, and if you want to colour a favourite image again, they can all be downloaded as PDFs from our website www.searchpress.com. Those who prefer to work onscreen can scan the images from the book and use their favourite software to colour them. Whether you colour for relaxation or wish to incorporate the pictures into larger, more creative projects, there is something for everyone in this beautiful book.
Penny trained and worked as a theatre designer for 10 years before an increasing love of drawing and painting led her to illustration. She works in watercolour and pen and ink and has illustrated many books on craft, textile and design and also natural history and gardening. In 2011 she achieved a Diploma with Distinction in Botanical Painting from the Society of Botanical Artists. She exhibits her paintings locally in Dorset with the South West Society of Botanical Artists, and in London with the SBA. She is also a member of The Society of Floral Painters. She looks forward to continuing her parallel careers in botanical painting and book illustration.