Last month's challenge was:Create a Zentangle using just one tangle.
Here are a few samples of what we received. All we can say is, "Wow!"
These first two are from VM who is coming to our training seminar. She wrote:
". . . Zentangles have been a wonderful solution for me. They were
wanting to put me on high-blood pressure meds and I don't do meds...
now my blood pressure is absolutely normal or almost low and the only thing I
can possible attribute it to is doing the Zentangles! It certainly hasn't
been due to a stress-fee life the last two months.
". . . I'm so looking forward to meeting you and coming back
to New England - I lived in Vermont/New Hampshire for seven years."
VM's tangle cadent
VM's tangle paradox
This month's challenge:
These next two are from MASD, striping
And here's HW's flux
These images are so beautiful. Even though their styles are so different, they all originate from the same Zentangle principles of string and tangle.
Thank you so much for all who sent in their Zentagles. We only wish we could have posted all of them in this newsletter.
OK all you tanglers around the world, this month's challenge is to
Create a Zentangle using
only your non-dominant hand.
This is very exciting . . . when you realize how those shaky lines rather add to the overall beauty of your finished Zentangle. Taken out of context, each stroke might be a bit iffy. But put them all together in pattern form and they look totally different.
This is said to be a great exercise for right-brain, left-brain integration. Be easy with yourself. Complete a few tiles. This can be a neat experience, so have fun!
We look forward to seeing what you do and include them in our next newsletter.