Over 30 designs, Coloring Octangles offer a twist on the classic eight-sided shape! Assembled here is a collection of octagonal outline illustrations – both ancient, like the “Elephant’s foot” motif, to more modern, contemporary designs -- that you will enjoy to personalize and create into your own. Use the templates in this book to produce your own creative Octangle artwork with colored pencils, ink markers or pastels, to name a few, while improving your artistic skills. Specially designed for people of all ages, Coloring Octangles offers a journey through the mystical world of geometry and artistic fulfillment, with page after page of unique and highly intricate designs. Endorsed by a Board-certified art therapist, Coloring Octangles offers countless opportunities to explore and enhance your creativity. And remember, it is only through our creative eyes that we can imagine infinity. Use this coloring book as a tool for meditation, relaxation and artistic well-being.
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Chandra Davis is a Board-certified Registered Art Therapist and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Maryland, providing psychotherapy, art therapy, and supervision services in the Greater Washington DC area. Mrs. Davis has always had a love and interest in the arts. She pursued her Bachelors of Fine Arts from the historical Howard University. Both professionally and personally, she used art as a means of communicating her thoughts and feelings and as a safe creative outlet, which lead her to the field of art therapy. In 2007, she earned a Master of Arts in Art Therapy at the George Washington University, while studying art therapy and counseling, She has had a variety of experience, from working with children with the Autism Spectrum Disorder at an art camp, to adolescents in a level-five therapeutic school, to adults receiving short-term and long-term psychiatric services at a state hospital in northern Virginia. In 2007, Mrs. Davis began working professionally at The Center for Trauma and Dissociation, outpatient and inpatient program. There she specialized in trauma-focused art therapy groups with adults, while facilitating educational groups in both inpatient and outpatient programs and providing individual educational and symptom management services to patients. In 2010, she began private practice, offering psychotherapy and art therapy as a primary, group or adjunctive therapeutic modality. During this time, she co-facilitated an educational and symptom management group for early intervention of adolescent girls (ages 9-14), who were physically and sexually abuse or neglected. In addition, she co-facilitates a 12-week trauma-focused group centered around women of color, and regularly holds workshops and groups on trauma-based art therapy. Currently, Mrs. Davis is committed full-time to her private practice, Mind Body Art Therapy LLC, and continues to contract periodically at a local hospital specializing in trauma and dissociation disorders. In addition, she enjoys collaborating with other clinicians in providing lectures, workshops and seminars in the field of art therapy and trauma. Her philosophy is that art making can be a way to gain insight, improve the quality of life and promote healing in the mind and body. She is a native of Tampa, Florida, but currently resides in Silver Spring, Maryland with her husband and two sons.
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