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Zentangle Posts Moving…

Some of you have been following this blog for reasons other than blogging. Some of you seem to enjoy the posts involving the art and meditation (and sometimes critique) of Zentangle┬«. For the tanglers among you, I would like to … Continue reading

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What is Zentangle?

Lately, as I view Zentangle tiles and artwork shared on the Zentangle Mosaic app, I find myself once again asking, What is Zentangle?  Is Zentangle an art form? Is it a meditative process? Is it a creative process? Is it a … Continue reading

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Anniversary: A Meditation on Blogging

As I was preparing to Zentangle yesterday, I thought about a message posted to my notices by WordPress.  According to WordPress, I first registered my blog six years ago yesterday. That doesn’t sound like very long. In fact, I can’t … Continue reading

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A Post about Zentangle from My Other Blog

Today, I posted on my  other blog site. The post isn’t about writing, unless you count an example of poor writing. Instead, it is sort of about how I got into Zentangling. If you have followed my blog for a while, … Continue reading

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The Fix Is In!

Yesterday I wrote about correction as part of any artistic endeavor. One thing I don’t like is being told I can’t erase or fix. For example, with Zentangle, the philosophy of “There are no mistakes” is a bit hard to … Continue reading

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A Tuesday Tangle

Today, I spent a lot of time waiting for people to show up–propane delivery, air conditioning repair person… Propane didn’t show, and bad news from the A/C man. But lots of time to calm down with Zentangling.  Meditation is good … Continue reading

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The Eye and the Camera

Often, the lens of a camera captures what the lens of the eye ignores. For example, in this tangle, I did not blend the shading. To the naked eye, the 3.5 inch square of paper is small enough where, at … Continue reading

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New Zentangle Pattern

Today was one of those Hurry Up and Wait days. You know the type– you have to rush to get somewhere at a specific time, you’re on time or even (gasp!) early. And then you get to play the waiting … Continue reading

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And So, I Sketched

Friday was slipping by so quickly that I felt as though I were in a whirlwind vortex of time, fast-forwarding to a nebulous future. And so, to slow the progression to a pace I could comprehend, I picked up a … Continue reading

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Improving…

So I drew what I call a “coloring book” drawing of a pansy on a artist tile. Next, I stared at it for several minutes, waiting for inspiration to come–which patterns to select for which part of the flower. Nothing. … Continue reading

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