Grab your colored pencils, markers, or crayons, and get ready to create.
Pittsburgh-area artist and Incline reader Erica Isaac turned her artwork into coloring sheets to help us all relax while staying home during the pandemic.
“For me,” she said, “making these doodles and mandalas is a form of meditation. I’m able to focus on what I’m creating and block everything else out. During this quarantine, it has been especially helpful for me, and I hope others are able to do the same and enjoy!”
Adult coloring books are having a moment, and if you haven’t embraced the trend yet, now might be the perfect time.
Here are eight PDFs of Erica’s work. Just download them, print them out, and get creative. And if you do color one, we’d love to see your work! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tag us on social media at @theinclinepgh.
🎨 Easy now
🌺 Flower power
🧀 The cheese stands alone
Really into coloring? Also check out these coloring sheets of Pittsburgh places, like the Aviary, the Incline, Idlewild, and Dippy the Dinosaur.
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