I really enjoyed your posting of the beautiful art you created and every now and then I find myself peeking at it again. Since there's no rhyme or reason to how my brain works, let's just say I had an idea today that ties in with this. My 20 yr old daughter is...shall we say, "psychologically challenged" as she prefers to be called. A friend of mine recently moved away, & I recv'd an e-mail from her and she reminded me to put out my daughter's crayons and colorbooks. (We've had a very rough few months lately. Anyway, perhaps you can see the tie in by now....Some of her docs have almost prescribed coloring as a way to focus on something peaceful and relaxing. I agree...now I started thinking of getting her a set of the prismacolor pencils. Since I live in Germany, I thought I'd use E-bay to find some for her. Are there any special brands? Any special type of paper that's best for coloring? Do blank canvases work? I really like this idea (and would appreciate your thoughts on the matter) but I think the detailed work needed for this would also be good for her. I know she sometimes feels silly when I buy her Spongebob coloring books, although she loves them too. This is a very adult endeavor that I think she might really enjoy, and I'll show her your beautiful artwork so she can see the beauty of it. (She'll love the art!!) Thanks in advance for any suggestions you could give me. Hugs, Nancy B.