Move over, adult coloring books! Scratch and create is the newest art therapy trend for adults. Reconnect with your creativity, reduce stress, and increase confidence while you scratch and explore folk art flowers.
With the included stylus, you can embark immediately on your scratch and create journey. When your scratch and create meditation is complete, you will have charming, postcard-sized floral artwork to display and share—to post on the fridge, frame, or send in the mail.
Take some time to relax and unwind with Scratch & Create Folk Art Flowers.
Chilean illustrator and children’s book author Maya Hanisch paints in colorful details that charm and enchant. Her folkloric illustrations give life to beautiful animals, stunning flowers, all carefully embellished with tiny leaves, cute dots, and graceful flourishes.
Maya studied graphic design at Universidad Diego Portales in Santiago, Chile, and painting at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts.
In 2015, Maya received the Purple Island Award in the Nami Island International Picture Book Illustration Concours in South Korea for her book Color Animal, in which she brings to life a series of animals using collage. Also in 2015, she was selected to represent Chile in the Biennial of Illustration Bratislava, one of the oldest international honors for children's book illustrators. Color Animal was selected among the twenty best children’s books of 2015 by the Chilean institution, Fundación La Fuente.
Her latest book, So Many Things, was published in its first edition in Chile, France, and the U.S.
Maya has taught classes and workshops at universities and book fairs around the world. Her paintings and collages have been exhibited both in Chile and abroad.