Quaran-Time

An Adult Coloring and Activity Book

 

This adult coloring book takes a sometimes humorous, always irreverent, look into the personal lives of everyday people during the Coronavirus crisis. Each page was carefully crafted through a collaborative process of sharing ideas, dialogues, and photos - all from a social distance, of course! Have fun coloring in these pages and completing activities as you explore all of the creative ways that our community is coping in this new and crazy quaran-time.

Download your free coloring page here.

A Portrait of Delaware:

A Coloring Book Meet and Greet

 

This coloring book features 30 everyday people just like you. They aren’t famous, but they have unique hobbies, friendly personalities, and lots of charm! Learn more about these people who live, work, and play in Delaware while you have fun coloring them in.

 

Purchase a print or digital copy of A Portrait of Delaware at my etsy shop, GalleryMaia

 

To learn more about the project, visit my blog!

 

Alyssa
Alyssa

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Lis
Lis

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Jackie and Kristina
Jackie and Kristina

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Jenna
Jenna

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Jodi
Jodi

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Jill
Jill

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Marty and Bob
Marty and Bob

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Colin
Colin

Quaran-Time: Colored page by Charlie

Julia
Julia
Jess and Beth Ann
Jess and Beth Ann
Tyler
Tyler
Susan
Susan
Alex
Alex
Frank
Frank
Delaware Doggies
Delaware Doggies
Francine
Francine
Delaware Horses
Delaware Horses
Ellen Durkan
Ellen Durkan
Nancy and George
Nancy and George
Coloring in Progress
Coloring in Progress

Opening night at The Delaware Contemporary

Coloring in Progress 2
Coloring in Progress 2

Kids and adults alike loved coloring in the pages.

Coloring in Progress
Coloring in Progress

The meditative act of coloring in these pages sucked participants in for large stretches of time!

Kristy and Rob
Kristy and Rob

Colored in by a participant at The Delaware Contemporary.

Ashley
Ashley

A beautifully colored image by a visitor to the gallery.

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