I could probably count this tile as my #268 "A Bit O'Black tile as well as Ellish, but I won't! This is my Ellish tile (actually not a tile, I worked it in my book) with some Molygon accents. I enjoy the layering while working Ellish, and it is actually easier on a tile when you can turn it. I'm still experimenting with how to join multiple Ellish.
Sunday, May 15, 2016
Saturday, March 5, 2016
I have had lots of weirdness in my life lately. That's okay, that's what life can be, and IS. What I found though is that as life gets crazy, Zentangle brings it all back into perspective. I enjoy meditation and prayer, both very helpful practices, but Zentangle pulls me together when I feel fractured in a way that meditation can't. I don't know exactly why, but I believe that is the addition of the senses of touch and sight, as well as action of repetitive drawing. All I really know is that it WORKS!
After a confusing day, I sat and tangled this Zendala start to finish. It is a prestrung white tile (#8) and black micron.
Friday, January 29, 2016
For some reason, my phone is not running Blogger well. I can't seem to post anything from it. I'm on my tablet and will reinstall on my phone. I need it! Lol!
So, here we have my Back to the Old School tile #250, and my Tangle within a Tangle tile #252. I stuck with old school tangles on both of them. I'm teaching a couple of basic classes over the next couple of weeks and felt it was a good practice for that. What I found is that it was good PRACTICE. As A practice that I need to return to more often. Zentangle has opened up a whole new world of inspired art that I love, but Zentangle is a mindfulness practice when it's done in its purest form. I am so thankful for the gift that Maria and Rick have shared. And thank you Diva Laura for bringing me back!