Z is for Zentangle, of course! Rather than give a summary, I thought I’d end with a testimonial. This is from my friend and fellow CZT, Brenda Shaver. Yesterday I was asked by a new CZT, how I became so passionate aboutZentangle and teaching. I often reflect on this and really cannot believe just how… Continue reading Z is for Zentangle, Day 26 of the A to Z of Zentangle Challenge #atozchallenge
Zentangle art is non-representational, meaning that a Zentangle is not meant to look like anything other than a Zentangle. And it will always look like a Zentangle. When you start a traditional piece of art, you usually have the outcome in mind. You begin with a sketch, and during the process of creation, you continually… Continue reading N is for Non-representational, Day 14 of the A to Z of Zentangle Challenge#atozchallenge
Glossy, swirly, and tangly. Mmm. Love my new alcohol inks as a background for Zentangle.