And another Zentangle Inspired Video… Using a compass to draw a simple string WinterZendala from Jean Theurkauf on Vimeo. Using just a simple compass, a basic string is drawn. Filling the string are many tangles, including the official tangles: Zinger, … Continue reading
At long last! Another Zentangle Inspired Video… Zentangle(r) Inspired Art for the Holidays from Jean Theurkauf on Vimeo. Using simple shapes, create a Holiday inspired Zentangle(r) piece. Created by Jean Theurkauf, www.ArtoftheTangle.com
Its so nice to see spring coming along! The forsythia in Massachusetts are in full bloom, and little green things are poking up everywhere! I ordered a batch of the new Zendala tiles from Zentangle, and just had to try … Continue reading
While image use without regard to copyright and proper attribution has been a problem for a long time, the sudden popularity of Pinterest seems to have brought the issue to the fore recently. I have been using a great little … Continue reading
Bleeding Hearts, a beautiful early spring bloomer, and a great valentine tangle.
One of my recent students shared these beautiful Zentangle Inspired Valentines with me. I’m constantly amazed at the talents that people discover that they have and that they share Thank you Connie! Your work is so beautiful
I am always blown away by beginning students’ Zentangles. Such a variety in drawing style! Each one so different from the next, and each one so beautiful.. A recent “Taste of Zentangle” beginning Zentangle class really reminded me of how … Continue reading
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Last weekend, I demoed Zentangle for 5 hours in beautiful (but a bit windy) weather at Worcester’s Annual StArt on the Street Art festival. I hear the crowd attendance was around 35,000 people! 250 artisans, numerous musical and other kinds … Continue reading
I’ve been doing a lot of messing around with my watercolor pencils and Zentangles® lately. Would like to share a few discoveries. Limiting a pallette to just a few colors that work well together Sometimes less is more. A … Continue reading
Because I am who I am, I always want to put as much into each class as will possibly fit into the alloted time frame. We get going and going, and going, and sometimes we get a little overwhelmed, and … Continue reading