Author: Meera Lee Patel
Pub. Date: 10/28/2014
Publisher: Ulysses Press
A YEAR'S WORTH OF “TANGLED DRAWINGS” DESIGNED TO INSPIRE CREATIVITY AND SERENITY
With hand illustrated prompts and thoughtful quotes, Daily Zen Doodles will inspire you to lose yourself in the contemplative act of drawing. Each page is an invitation to sketch, relax, focus and reach toward inner peace.
What a wonderful thing do wine down with at the end of my day. I have a hard time sleeping due to the fact that my mind races off in a million different directions.
When first received this I was like "YEAH!" Thumped thru the pages and just went nuts over all the different things and prompts that can help you focus on just relaxing and finding a way to wined down.
As said above in the synopsis, there is a years worth of prompts. And it is so true with in the 384 pages the creations are just amazing. Author Meera Lee Patel is a wonderful encourager, as well as an inspiration. Putting into a book that has helped me a many a night already, but also when my anxiety or my fibro. fog starts, I know that if I pick this book up it will help me to focus back to something I enjoy and my mind settles back so I can relax. There has not been much that has done that for me in quite awhile.
So for the reasons above I am giving this amazing book and author a Breath of Life Rating Of:
Five Clock Rating!!
Disclosure: I did receive the above book in exchange for my honest opinion and or review. But the Opinions are my own and yours may differ.
About the Authors:
Meera Lee Patel is a self-taught artist raised by the New Jersey shore, where she swam the bright waters and climbed Cherry Blossom trees until she grew old enough to draw them. Her illustrations are inspired by the magical mysteries of nature, the quiet stories that lace through everyday life, and the bold colors of her native India.
In addition to illustration and photography, she produces a line of stationary and textile products that can be found at boutiques and major retailers nationwide, including Anthropologie and Free People. In the Fall of 2013, she will be leading a workshop on paper ephemera at the American Folk Art Museum in New York City.
Meera lives and works from her studio in Brooklyn, NY.