Have you seen this darling coloring book called Difficult Chickens? I have had the pleasure of knowing Sarah Rosedahl, a very talented artist from Vermont, for the pleasure of several years. I first met Sarah after she had just written Chickens Illustrated Chicken Breeds A to Z. We discovered one another through the powers of social media and we had the chance to connect in person years ago at the Poultry Congress chicken show in Massachusetts.
Sarah has a beautiful relaxed style of art and has a gift for combining colors. My favorite creations are her watercolors and ink. In fact, folks love her chickens so much that Sloggers invited her to design the artwork for those chicken muck boots that are ever so popular and showing up on chicken and non-chicken lovers’ feet alike.
Given the recent trend of adult coloring books, it was no surprise that Sarah was the first artist to bring a chicken coloring book to us. The book is fun, cheery and makes you feel good. Throughout the book, Sarah has created artistic renditions of chickens complete with spirals, curley qs, hearts, curved lines and what I call rainbows to inspire the artist in all of us.
Coloring is actually very therapeutic and a great way to unwind. I love to color with my kids and I am so glad that Sarah created something just for grown-ups like me! I can’t wait to see what her next project is. In the meantime, one of you is going to win a copy of Difficult Chickens. Good Luck!
I received a free copy of Difficult Chickens. The opinions in this post are all my own. I have not been compensated in anyway to write a positive post. I enjoy supporting small businesses and spreading the chicken love.