I have a Zentangle inspired window display at the downtown Lansing library this month–at the corner of Capitol Avenue & Kalamazoo. Many thanks to librarian Sean Lyons and Mark Buzzitta for encouraging me to mount a display. CADL is looking for artists to show off their goodies this year–it’s a fun and free opportunity to promote your event or organization!
I am so excited that one of my mandala designs is published in Presence magazine this month. WOW!!–makes me feel special.
I enjoyed a fantastic evening of art supporters AND Zentangle last night at Absolute Gallery! Many thanks to everyone who checked out the Gallery and the Zentangle fun during the first ever “Arts Night Night”! Thank you to my guest tangle artist who brought along wonderful examples to show–in addition to tangling all evening. Looking forward to doing it again in July at the Gallery.
Tangling on two inch squares—2 2 FUN!
I loved having the opportunity to show folks Zentangle at the Williamston Senior Center on the 23rd. We had a grand morning sharing lots of creativity and a few laughs–what a great group of students! Living through art and sharing moments of discovery. Thanks to my gracious hostess Ann!
This idea could be translated into your tangleations too! What fun…Mark’s Dishes
It was a wonderful experience last night introducing four new students to the fundamentals of Zentangle. They all did a great job and were totally delightful! Many thanks to Holt Community Education HOLT for being our host.
I found my Zentangle inspired billboard (again) on north 127, 3.6 miles north of exit 99. If you are driving by St. John’s, please check it out. It looked beautiful in the wonderful sunshine today!
I am so appreciative that Laura, the power behind “I Am the Diva,” let me participate in her weekly challenge–what an honor and a delight!! I contributed the Stacked Bijou Challenge and it is as follows:
I began with a Bijou tile as a centerpiece to stacked tiles—my tangling inspiration comes from Sandy Steen Bartholomew’s online book, Tangles of Santa Fe (Inspiration Sketchbook #2). I use mat board scraps frequently for tangling—collected from a friend’s framing business. At least in Michigan, mat board cannot be recycled so there are always lots of scrap pieces available for art making.
The nicho stack includes white and I used an Elmer’s white painters pen with an ultra-fine size tip. This stack uses my tangleations along with “Squiggle” and “Little One.”
I had a grand time last night being hosted by the Mount Clemens Art Association! I introduced the members to Zentangle and they did a fantastic job–there was a creative, yet peaceful, hum in the air! What an interesting group with varied talents and pursuits. Many thanks to our other gracious host, the Mount Clemens Public Library. Tangle On! (and have fun…)