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Artists of all ages can express themselves with this joyful coloring book that brings out all that Roger Williams Park has to offer.  From the native people who call this land home, to childhood memories of the Carousel, the 12 pages of images hand-drawn illustrations evoke the Park’s culture and nature: you provide the color! The book is available to download via a PDF. A limited series of pre-printed and bound coloring books are also available.

About the Artist:

Brett Day Windham was raised in Providence, Rhode Island. After being a Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary artist working with sculpture, installation and collage for decades she has. returned to Providence to live and work. She received a BA from Hampshire College and an MFA in Sculpture from RISD. Her work has been included in shows around the US, including 2017 exhibitions at The Barnes Foundation (Pennsylvania) and The Bristol Art Museum (Rhode Island). Other venues include Smack Mellon Brooklyn (New York), The Chace Center at the RISD Museum (Providence), Tompkins Projects West (Los Angeles), Cave (Detroit), Lu Magnus (NY), Brooklyn Fireproof (NY), Gallery Project (Ann Arbor), 808 Gallery (Boston), Samsøn Projects(Boston), University of Maine Museum of Art (Bangor), and RMCAD (Denver). Windham received a Dean’s fellowship at RISD, and was nominated for the Joan Mitchell MFA Grant that same year. Residencies she has attended include The Georgia Fee/ArtSlant Residency in 2015 (Paris, France), The Select Fair Residency in 2014 (Brooklyn, New York), The Chrysler Museum Glass Studio in 2013 (Norfolk, Virginia), TSKW in 2010 (Key West, Florida), Cascina Remondenca in 2009 (Chiaverano, Italy), and Penland in 2005 (Penland, North Carolina). Her work has been discussed in Hyperallergic, The New York Times, V Magazine, ArtBlog, Whitewall Magazine, Her Royal Majesty, The Newport Mercury and The Bangor Daily News. This is her second coloring book.