At Play in God's Creation: An illuminating coloring book show

New Work by Dan Sorensen

Opening Reception Friday, March 10, 7-10pm - 1400 Dallas - Aurora, Colorado

At Play in God's Creation: An illuminating coloring book show showcases the wildly popular coloring book for adults written by Tara M. Owens and illustrated by Daniel Sorensen. Daniel will feature illustrations that reflect the gamut of human response to the natural world, from abstract contemplation and rumination to sheer joy and ecstasy. For the exhibition, Daniel has created an 8 by 4 foot colorable wall mural from At Play. He invites everyone to come and experience the exuberance of coloring together.

Daniel, a long-time resident of Aurora, has been making art since before he can remember. His paintings and illustrations range from fun, colorful dragons and robots to intricately drawn coloring books. He is an award-winning children’s book illustrator and a graduate of Columbus College of Art and Design. A member of Rocky Mountain SCBWI and guildmate at St. Anselm Society in Colorado Springs, Daniel is busy creating art for a follow-up to At Play in God’s Creation. Playing and having fun is at the center of just about everything Daniel does.

Aurora Cultural Arts District Gallery and Studios (ACAD) is an art and performance space located at 1400 Dallas Street near East Colfax Avenue.




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