The Enchanted Tarot: Coloring Experiences for the Mystical and Magical

The Enchanted Tarot: Coloring Experiences for the Mystical and Magical

by Monte Farber, Amy Zerner


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Part of the "Coloring Books for the Soul" series, a dazzlingly beautiful adult coloring book, filled with magical, mystical imagery that celebrates the major and minor arcana of the tarot—a creative and inspiring invitation to nourish our souls and reconnect with our spirit.

The Enchanted Tarot coloring book features the award-winning illustrations from Amy Zerner and Monte Farber's bestselling, classic tarot deck. Drawn in Amy's iconic tapestry collage art style, each illustration is a work of art that takes reads on a soothing, meditative journey to a world of myth and majesty, beauty and illumination.

The forty line drawings are accompanied by text that guides colorists through each suit of the deck, introducing all the key players of the major and minor arcana, from The Fool to The Magician to The Empress.

Gorgeously packaged with a vibrant four-color cover by the artist and filled with fresh, modern illustrations suitable for framing, The Enchanted Tarot is an ideal way to unwind and create beauty in our lives.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780062564832
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 11/01/2016
Pages: 80
Sales rank: 962,953
Product dimensions: 8.30(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

AMY ZERNER is a U.S. National Endowment for the Arts award-winning fine artist. Since 1988, she and her husband, author MONTE FARBER, have created what they call their family of “spiritual power tools,” including The Enchanted Tarot, The Instant Tarot, Sun Sign Secrets, Karma Cards, Chakra Meditation Kit, The Truth Fairy Pendulum Kit, The Soulmate Path, and Quantum Affirmations. There are over two million copies of their works in print in sixteen languages. They live in East Hampton, NY.

JOHN OKAS, under the pen name John Penza, is the author of Sicilian-American Pasta and Sicilian Vegetarian Cooking. He lives in Bridgehampton, New York, and is associated with the Highway Restaurant.


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NatalieZaman More than 1 year ago
I was very excited when I heard that Amy Zerner and Monte Farber would be publishing some coloring books. I love Amy’s artwork and Monte’s words; they are the dynamic duo of interactive spiritual tools (toys!). The Enchanted Worlds Coloring Book and The Enchanted Tarot: Coloring Experiences for the Mystical and Magical—seemed to be a natural addition to their offerings. Once again, they exceeded expectations. The images in both books are filled with Amy’s flair for symbolic pattern making. Accompanied by Monte’s words, sometimes simple key words and phrases, each coloring page becomes an invitation to become a part of their creative process… Or a meditative experience. Or an exercise in self exploration—IF you want it to be any of these at all. These pictures are a pleasure to color (and I was coloring Amy’s Tapestries!). The Enchanted Tarot will appeal to folks who LOVE detail to color. The images of Enchanted Worlds offer broader spaces. I love coloring with Sharpies—and as you can see, even the super detailed images of the Enchanted Tarot (similar to, but not *exactly* the same as the cards!) can be filled with that super bright, super saturating ink. A future project (because it’s such a great exercise to color your Tarot Cards—it enhances your relationship with and understanding of the imagery): The Enchanted Tarot: Coloring Experiences for the Mystical and Magical contains the entirety of the Major Arcana (with which one can do readings) as well as all of the court cards of the Enchanted Tarot. I want to color the majors, remove them from the book and back them with thin cardboard and decorative paper for card backs to do special readings with them (For the record, the paper is great quality for coloring, but I want to be able to shuffle, albeit carefully!). Highly recommended!!!