Decorative Window

•June 28, 2015 • Leave a Comment

Shading with the pencil can add a lot of depth and dimension.Decorative Window pp

The Struggle

•June 27, 2015 • 1 Comment

A little different approach to an abstract.The Struggle pp

Twists and Turns

•June 24, 2015 • Leave a Comment
Continue to enjoy the Zentangle creative process.

Continue to enjoy the Zentangle creative process.

Good Thoughts

•June 21, 2015 • 1 Comment

Continue to try to work lettering and words into my Zentangle Inspired Art.  Definitely a challenge.

Another alphabet work

Another alphabet work

The Alphabet

•June 19, 2015 • 1 Comment

ZIA = Zentangle Influenced Art

Working on bringing words and lettering into my work.  Having to practice my once done calligraphy, as it has been a while.The Alphabet

Petals in the Rain

•June 16, 2015 • 1 Comment

ZIA – Zentangle Inspired Art

“words have wings to speak good things”

-Nancy V. Revelle

A Zentangle Influenced Art

A Zentangle Influenced Art

Corner of the Garden

•June 15, 2015 • 1 Comment

“Geometric shapes – like triangles and circles – are great ‘building blocks for patterns, and can be used to create horizontal, vertical and overall fill patterns without needing to consider their orientation.  In other words they can be placed without worrying if they are upside down or right side up.”

-Zenspirations, Letters and Patterning, Joanne FinkCorner of the Garden ppp

Surrounded

•June 13, 2015 • 2 Comments

“I never really begin a work with a plan in mind.  I like to start with a circle or string and let the work develop as it goes.  Often work on image from several different directions.  It can begin in one direction and end up looking better in a totally different one.”

_June Crawford, Zen Doodle, edited by Tonia Jenny and Amy Jones

ZIA, Zentangle Inspired Art

ZIA, Zentangle Inspired Art

A Park Like Place

•June 11, 2015 • 1 Comment

Favorites Favorites pp

More Patterns

•June 10, 2015 • Leave a Comment

“Look for the positive in all situations.  Perfection isn’t all its cracked up to be!”

-Lynnita K. Knoch