I started tangling about three years ago, and was certified in October of 2010 in Whitinsville, MA – about 15 minutes from where I grew up.
A 9-block I created a few years ago for an art teacher show.
How can I get a password to see all your work..I just love it.
Hi Patricia – I post my work here periodically – no password required!!
Thanks for sending me the info…I love the shading and combinations that result.
I love your book. Improve Wisdom really has a great coilrrateon with the process of Zentangle. For example, page 106: The more precise my vision of an outcome, the more likely I am to be disappointed. Things don’t turn out as planned. There are no mistakes in Zentangle. Just new opportunities or the birth of a new pattern or tangle.Even with the weekly challenges, it is very easy for everyone to find their own interpretation of the directions, which are more like guidelines, so there is no right or wrong. Only growth and discovery.Creating Zentangles are very much improv so keep on with your approach.
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