Patricia Katz is Colouring for a Cause.
We have enlisted several well known Saskatchewanians to colour their favourite image in Colour Saskatchewan. The books will be put up for auction to benefit Creative Kids, a charitable giving program that helps enable low-income children and youth participate in arts and culture activities. A portion of the proceeds from each book will also go to support Creative Kids. The auction date will be announced in the upcoming weeks. http://www.creativekidssask.ca/
Colour Saskatchewan, an adult colouring book by acclaimed Saskatchewan artist Jason Sylvestre, is now in bookstores.
Mr. Sylvestre, is one of the most talented artists working in Saskatchewan today. His work as a cartoonist and graphic artist has appeared around the globe. Along with writer Carson Demmans, he is the illustrator behind the bestsellers You Might Be From Saskatchewan If and Strange Saskatchewan.
Award winning author Mark Allard-Will describes the book this way: "Saskatchewan is a place that has charmed my heart with its intrigue, oddity and communal warmth since I first arrived. Jason masterfully captures these sentiments and more with his art in Colour Saskatchewan.
Hayley Wickenheiser, Patricia Katz, Andrew Salgado, Owen Geni, Alex Runions among many others will be colouring their favourite image in the book to be put up for auction for Creative Kids, a charitable giving program that helps enable low-income children and youth participate in arts and culture activities. A portion of the proceeds from each book will also go to support Creative Kids.
Introducing Colour Nova Scotia by Julie Anne Babin
Ms. Babin, a graduate of NSCAD, is the artist behind the book. Her art show at 21st Century Billiards Club was extraordinary for its diversity and range and introduced her as an important new Canadian talent. Ms. Babin is also the illustrator behind the bestselling book Strange Nova Scotia.
Award winning author S.B. Borgersen, says, "Julie Anne Babin captures the province's visual essence in this book, giving others the chance to complete the images in their own way."
Film critic and broadcaster Richard Crouse says "Colour Nova Scotia is a special book, a reminder of the history and sense of fun that makes the province such a unique and wonderful place."
The book is 70 pages of beautiful and brilliant scenes from throughout the province; so get out your coloured pencils and get to work.
"Becoming completely engrossed in Where the Rivers Meet is easier than one may anticipate, so don't be surprised when you find yourself in your comfy chair only to realize that hours have gone by..." -Ryan Gallant, The Chronicle Herald