Saturday, April 9, 2011

Zentangle Bloom Where You Are Planted

1 Challenge: 
Order of the Opus Gluei is a new challenge for me, but since I am spreading my wings this year this is a great place for me to have found. Looks like they do lots of cool different challenges, so you couldn't ask for a better place to keep your artistic mojo snapping.
I read Electra's post about her piece she entered and she talked about being anal, by the way she came up with a great entry. So I guess I'm a little that way also. When I found Zentangle in 2009 and read up on it, the purpose seems to be to free yourself from those tendencies and just let out your angst. I have created a few Zentangles since and have been collecting them in a box. After reading this challenge post this is one of the pieces I have pulled out and decided to frame and here comes the anal bit, couldn't resist naming it-Bloom Where You Are Planted, because it kind of reminds me of a funky hydrangea. I have come to the conclusion Zentangles are kind of like looking at the clouds, you can see all kinds of things in them.
Thanks for the great challenge place to play Opus girls and I am looking forward to playing at your place some more.

Thanks for visiting and viewing,
Beverly G ♥

6 comments:

Netty said...

wow its terrific Beverly, enjoy the weekend. Annette x

Linda said...

man, my zentangles look like tangled messes but this is awesome and yes, looks just like blooming flowers! Keep stepping into those new areas of art--your talent is VERY inspirational ;-)

Gerri Herbst said...

Fabulous bev...I really see the flowers and how alive they are!
gerri

Julie Forest said...

Hi, Beverly! What an amazing zentangle!! Love it!! :)

Jana said...

Your zentangle is great. I love that it looks like flowers. AND I LOVE that you framed it. (Great minds and all. LOL) I am so happy that you found us at OPUS GLUEI. Welcome to the crazy that we call challenges.

Rosemary said...

Glad you like Opus Gluei, I love that you've found us and would like to participate with us on our challenges. Your zentangle is wonderful and it looks great framed!