Uplifting Coloring Activity for Women - Fun and Easy Oil Pastel Tutorial * Pause and Paint

Uplifting Coloring Activity for Women – Fun and Easy Oil Pastel Tutorial

I love sharing uplifting coloring activity for women. In this fun and easy oil pastel tutorial, I share simple ways to be creative. Sometimes we just need to regroup and find some alone time so that we can continue to be productive. I don’t know about you but when I just go go go in my day, at one point I start spinning…lol, and that’s never a good sign.

I find that when I take a little pause, even for 20 to 30, I am rejuvenated and ready to go on with the rest of my day! Painting, coloring or journaling while sipping a cup of tea is my ultimate relaxing “Me Time”. You don’t have to color for 3 hours to experience the benefits of art therapy…who has that kind of time anyway!

Try giving yourself a little pampering time a few times a week. Download the coloring pages I have prepared for you or purchase a coloring book! It’s a very cost effective investment. The key actually getting your coloring book and tools out and doing it! I talk to a lot of people who admit never finishing a coloring page. I can relate. If something takes too long to complete, I get board and do not return to it. That’s why I use oil pastels for my coloring and creative time. Try it! I know you’ll love it!

Grab Our Coloring Book is on Amazon and add find the wonderful devotionals my friend and co-author Leila Grandemange wrote in our book! It truly makes the experience complete.




Nathalie Villeneuve is a Canadian-born visual artist. Her paintings are best described as Expressionist meets Parisian chic. Villeneuve’s, strong influence of Franz Marc, a German printmaker considered a pioneer of the German Expressionist movement, creates a series of heavy lines contrasting bright colors fading into soft brush strokes on canvas. Her body of work depicts women in dance, cinema, photography and even the mundane such as sitting at a Cafe or by the beach. The scenes she creates on canvas consists of elegant, long-legged feminine figures gracefully perched and seem frozen in time during moments of peaceful reflections. Villeneuve, a Meriden resident has shown her artwork at various galleries and venues in Connecticut and Canada. She now has a growing body of collectors throughout the U.S. Northeast. Ms. Villeneuve studied at the Dicksen Art Center/UCLA under Professor Roger Herman towards receiving her Bachelor’s of Interdisciplinary Art. For more information: www.NathalieVilleneuve.com

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