Relax and Unwind with Drawing Calm Artist Book by Susan Evenson – Enter to Win One

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Maybe it’s the colors, or the soul-expanding vistas, or maybe it’s just the idea that harmony can exist on a single square of canvas, but there is something in art that makes it both calming and inspiring at the same time. Drawing Calm teaches artists and non-artists alike how to find an oasis of calm every day by using the work of master painters to inspire personal creativity. I love this book! With restful, but dynamic works of art as a starting point, Susan Evenson teaches readers how to capture the light and peace of the master painters, using iconic pieces for inspiration. The point is not to try to copy the master works, but to let them guide the reader/artist on a journey to calm and inner peace.

Making use of “soft” techniques such as torn-paper collage, blended pastels, and wet-on-wet watercolor, this workshop encourages stress-free creativity for artists of all skill levels. Perfect for anyone looking for a way to supplement other, mind and body-focused stress-relieving activities (such as yoga and meditation), and those who want to explore their untapped creativity with no pressure, and beautiful results. Susan Evenson is an artist, illustrator, designer, and art director. Her clients and accounts include Bobby Flay, The Food Network, Sweet Paul magazine, Candies, Kohl’s and many others. This year she was a finalist in the Lilla Rogers’ Global Talent Search.


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***The Giveaway***

1 winner will receive drawing calm art book by Susan Evenson

Giveaway is open to US Residents, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).

The giveaway ends 03/20/18.

Simply follow the Rafflecopter entry form below for your chance to win. Be sure to return tomorrow to complete the daily entries! Good luck!

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Comments

  1. Cassandra D says:

    I am inspired by the thoughts that pop up in my head.

  2. While I have always enjoyed drawing and all other forms of art, my kids truly inspire me so I can show them different aspects of the world.

  3. Lynn Mathieu says:

    Drawing and colouring calms me down

  4. Tamara N says:

    Being idle prompts me to draw and doodle. It allows me to be unique and creative in my day.

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