Color the Pacific Northwest: A Timber Press Coloring Book

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Price
$12.95  $12.04
Publisher
Timber Press (OR)
Publish Date
Pages
104
Dimensions
9.0 X 9.0 X 0.4 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781604697377

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About the Author

Zoe Keller is a studio illustrator based in Portland, OR. Using graphite and ink, she blends narrative with traditional scientific illustration to create highly detailed imagery exploring the natural world. Since graduating from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Keller's artistic practice has taken her to studio spaces on the Maine coast, on the shores of Lake Michigan, and at the foothills of the Catskill and Wallowa mountains.

Reviews

"Portlander Zoe Keller's Pacific Northwest-themed coloring book will help you reimagine your favorite icons from all corners of Cascadia, in the colors of your choice." --Portland Monthly

"The latest coloring book to pop to the front of Northwest bookstore displays and vie for your leisure time. . . . The flora, the fauna, the food carts--it's all here. Natural themes run from mushrooms to Yakima Valley apples to conifer cones to common camp robbers. History and culture are covered via Lewis and Clark, totem poles and coffee culture. Mosaics of Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver capture the cities with contemporary and classic crest-like pride." --The Register-Guard

"Move over, kiddos. This is grown-up time. Timber Press's new Color the Pacific Northwest book for adults offers detailed Zoe Keller illustrations of endangered white-tailed deer, a grumpy Sasquatch amid wildflowers, and Oregon mushrooms with long Latin names." --Portland Monthly

"Color the Pacific Northwest is an inky exploration of the people, places, plants, and popular culture that define Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia, traveling through old growth forests, mountain meadows and quirky cities. Readers can color their own Sasquatch, ink their own latte art, and fill in the details of an intricate family of salmon. They'll take a journey on the Oregon Trail, catch a flying fish from Seattle's Pike Place Market, and go whale watching in Vancouver using only their colored pencils." --San Diego Family