1.02.2007

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Art as a Healer: A Recommendation
As I perused my daily reading this morning, I happened upon the ArtRx website and have purchased the coloring book for my own amusement. Certainly a good cause and a reminder of the curative influence contained in the everyday creative activities of all art makers. It is well worth the effort to visit this URL and perhaps it is even a good excuse to break out a nice new set of crayons, should you be so inclined.

Bonne Année 2007!

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15 comments:

art tiste said...

i want a new coloring book too

art lover all-ways said...

i like this and want to be a paprt of it too... what a beautiful idea!

pattie said...

cool... i am buying one

betty b. said...

where did i put my crayons?
ready for this one!
:)
thx for the clue.
xox

david said...

Wow! All my faves contributed to this cool book.

tippi sue q. said...

Art is a healing medium. We need to incorporate it more often in our culture. This is a wonderful project and I love it. Everybody should check it out.

the artsy fartsy bunch said...

we like this

judith paige said...

what a wonderful way to make art function in the culture... kudos to Art RX!

nancy rossmeier said...

I think I will get one of these coloring books for my kids. Maybe one for each? Good stuff.

levita markel said...

awesome

Anthony W said...

Art can be a healing influence and this coloring book can just be for fun/

William BabyBoy said...

I bought this book and it is great to play in... with my crayons of course.

NancyGirlJacksonetta said...

I am especially interseted in knowing who these contributing artists are. Are they people we should know about?

scribblerboy said...

Great reference...am going to see where I might be able to buy something like that... I love reading your Blog. Sending some hugs to you from afar.

rasta said...

cool