Donna Frasca of Charlotte is in the color business. The 53-year-old interior designer prints her own coloring books from line art images on her computer. Coloring is “freedom and a break from adulthood we all need,” Frasca said. 
She has a long desk in her office with colored pens and coloring pages and enjoys taking coloring breaks during her work day. She plans to eventually have her drawings bound into a book.
Donna Frasca of Charlotte is in the color business. The 53-year-old interior designer prints her own coloring books from line art images on her computer. Coloring is “freedom and a break from adulthood we all need,” Frasca said. She has a long desk in her office with colored pens and coloring pages and enjoys taking coloring breaks during her work day. She plans to eventually have her drawings bound into a book. Deborah Triplett.
Donna Frasca of Charlotte is in the color business. The 53-year-old interior designer prints her own coloring books from line art images on her computer. Coloring is “freedom and a break from adulthood we all need,” Frasca said. She has a long desk in her office with colored pens and coloring pages and enjoys taking coloring breaks during her work day. She plans to eventually have her drawings bound into a book. Deborah Triplett.

Coloring books outside the lines

September 03, 2015 10:28 AM