Originally from Toronto, Rich Elohssa migrated to the United States in 1963. Nestled in a small cabin just west of the Rockies in a small township called Maniquata, he whittles the day away by literally whittling wooden trains for local children. In his spare time, he creates coloring books for others to be able to leave the stress of their mundane lives behind. A philosopher, a visionary and Doctor of Life Psychiatry who teaches life through art. He spends his days with his wife, son and dog. The dog has a bone.