This week’s Diva Zentangle Challenge, by Carole Ohl, is to use 4 tangles: Pais (by Mikee Huber), Zedbra (by Laura Harms and Margaret Bremner), Keenees (by Donna Hornsby), and Baton (by Carole Ohl), in any string you choose. She asks that we then send the tile to her and she will use it in a Zentangle “art is for everyone” show.
Are we ever totally satisfied with the art we do? Can we ever silence the inner critic?
I may send this one to Carole, or I may do another one… we’ll see.
I am very, very excited to be attending the CZT training in Providence in October with my sister. We were on the waiting list and learned last week that we are in! Wahoo!!
Thanks to this week’s guest challenge-creator, Carol Bailey Floyd, who gave the assignment of creating a Zentangle “where fairies would feel at home.” So I had fun with the light and fanciful tangles, and also included a self-made one at the bottom patterned after a little fence my sister had in her “fairy garden” collection. So I named it “Gail’s Fence.” Thank you again, Carol, for the delightful challenge.
This week’s Zentangle Challenge from the guest Diva, Sue Jacobs, was to use some sort of physical “string” and a weight to make the starting string for the Zentangle. I used a piece of yarn and small plastic ring I had hanging around, dropped it on the tile and took what I got. I am especially challenged, being a beginner, with complicated strings, so well of course that is what I ended up with, but I just jumped in. I’m not entirely pleased with the results, but every tile is a learning experience for me and I enjoyed playing with some different tangles. Thanks for the challenge, Sue.