Adulting can be fun when artist Amanda Laurel Atkins shares her work in the form of a coloring book. Bedrooms, Atkins illustrated book is filled with detailed scenes of bedrooms. Her quirky fascination with bedrooms has been with her since she was a child. Atkins revels with the notion that a bedroom is more than just a place to sleep, its your very own sanctum. I was lucky enough to interview Atkins about her art background, inspiration and a couple of other things.
When I first came across Atkins work I was attracted to the use of rich hues and artsy vintage flair. Dreamy scenes of women lost in thought with coolsville hairdos and feminine vintage fashion are pleasing to the eye. Read on to find out more about Atkins love of blues, Frida Kahlo and where she would go if she could time travel.
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