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Ammon Embry-Pelrine creates artistic coloring book

A Boston massage therapist uses kaleidoscopic shapes and interpretative intentions to create a coloring book that inspires creativity and imagination.

Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA – WEBWIRE

Dabble into a kaleidoscopic world through Embry-Pelrine’s adult coloring book.

Adult coloring books are all the rage these days, and why not? Besides making the intended users unwind and de-stress from the daily grind and unravel their creativity, coloring books take the adults away from the screen. Moreover, they are just plain fun; the fun is multiplied with “A Book to Inspire,” a coloring book by Ammon Embry-Pelrine.
“Many of my clients know I tend to have a bit of an art/music background,” said Embry-Pelrine. “I wanted to share with everyone my latest project. My very own coloring book.”
As the creator puts it, “A Book to Inspire” is “a coloring book for the adventurous spirit;…a coloring book based on interpretive kaleidoscopic design.”
Embry-Pelrine, who juggles between being a massage therapist, music producer, artist, and clothing designer, his works of art featured by the holistic mind/body collective The Meeting Point and displayed on the walls of the electronic music school Mmmmaven.
A different artistic experience awaits everyone who purchases a copy of “A Book to Inspire.”
“Each page offers unique imaginative opportunities for creativity,” said the creator. “Everyone will see and create their own patterns from these footprints.”

Watch out for the public display of this coloring book at the upcoming Miami Book Fair on November 11 to 18, 2018 at Miami Dade College.
A Book to Inspire

Created by Ammon Embry-Pelrine
Publication date: November 29, 2017
Book retail price: $9.23
About the Author
Having been a wood finisher, DJ/producer, dance instructor, classically trained musician, massage therapist and all around creative person.  Ammon has a few experiences to draw from when opening the doors of creativity.  His interest in shape and pattern design has been an ongoing evolution which really began to take root in 2012 as he was recovering from brain cancer and epilepsy.  Having to make the transition away from his prior profession as a custom wood finisher meant he was no longer able to create objects with his hands in the way he had grown accustomed to.  The answer to that problem lay in kaleidoscopic design, which requires a good eye and a controlled touch.  For years he would make these designs while riding the train, eventually bringing those concepts to clothing, coloring books and eye catching online promotion.  The latest ongoing design process is taking the coloring books even farther, with an intention to release a sequel in the future.

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