Mindful Moments

by Yen Ha

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Artist Statement

With 25 unique designs featuring eclectic combinations of shapes and patterns, no two pages of this coloring book are alike. Yen's intricate mandalas were borne of a practice she created in the earliest days of the pandemic. She describes the process of drawing them as a "meditative form of making" that allows her to be present in the moment of doing, where the objective is to just keep going for a set amount of time, without the pressure to get things right.

Why We Love It

We first shared this mesmerizing practice with Zen with Yen—a weekly Instagram series created in collaboration with 20x200—featured 30 second videos of Yen’s mandalas in the making, along with completed designs for our readers to download and color in themselves. Very much in line with our Art for Everyone ethos, the series was a celebration of Yen's talent, a mesmerizing meditation and a starting point for a low-stakes creative reprieve that anyone could try at home. It was also a big hit, and blossomed into the collection of Mindful Moments in this brand new book!


+ Coloring book measures 8.5"x5.5"
+ All orders for this item are final sale and not eligible for discount or return.


Saddle-stitch bound paper with kraft paper cover

Yen Ha

Yen is an architect, artist and writer. Born in Saigon, she lives in New York City, where she co-founded an architecture firm, Front Studio. She has an architectural degree from Carnegie Mellon University and a graduate degree from L’École d’Architecture in Paris. Her short stories appear in Waxwing, Crack the Spine and Hypertext. Yen has been awarded residencies by the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, MASS MoCA, the Arctic Circle and Trestle Art Space.  Her sold out series She Is, an original collection of drawings, debuted with 20x200 in 2019 and most recently Yen’s work was featured on a... Read More
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