Local Vancouver artists Carrie Wong and Witek Radomski are bringing a splash of colour to B.C. Family Day, inviting the public to take part an outdoor interactive colouring mural. Legendary Landscapes founder Carrie Wong is being interviewed by CBC. Read more here.
Vancouver, BC, Canada / News Talk 980 CKNW | Vancouver's News. Vancouver's Talk Claire Allen Sitting a child down with a coloring book can often help calm and focus them — but did you know it could do the same for grown-ups? CKNW’s Claire Allen investigates the health benefits of the adult colouring book craze… Listen to this segment here: http://www.cknw.com/2016/02/08/cknw-health-series-adult-colouring-books/
Witek Radomski and Carrie Wong were hiking along a forested mountainside in the Kootenays,looking for gemstones, when they came up with the idea to create their adult colouring bookLegendary Landscapes. “This book was conceived in the Kootenays,” said Radomski. “Carrie and I staked some land therelast year and tried our hand at prospecting. We’d always be perched on the edge of some clifflooking at these amazing views, and the real treasure we found was the beauty of thoselandscapes.” The project, which eventually spawned a successful crowdfunding campaign, features work by Wongand Radomski, who now live in Vancouver, along with five other artists including Selkirk Collegedigital arts graduate Kamala Melzack. The pair wanted it to be a collaboration and hope to...
Vancouver artists Carrie Wong and Witek Radomski are part of this growing list of trend-setters. After a successful Kickstarter campaign that wrapped up this past August, the couple unveiled their book, Legendary Landscapes, at the beginning of November. http://www.capilanocourier.com/features/going-with-the-flow/