Sunday, February 24, 2019

Kensington/Normal Heights Library finds Zendala

We went off the grid today at Kensington/Normal Heights Library in San Diego, California. Changing the standard white paper to draw on... we choose gray Kraft paper, added a black sharpie and white Gelly Roll pen and completed a Zendala. Zendala is Zentangle version of a Mandala. I love the contrast of the white with the black on gray background.  

Using patterns Rainking, Diva Dance, Vitruvius, Tipple, Hurry and some embellishments, nine folks went a little father with their Zentangle journey.

Terry and Allison were new to
The Zentangle Method today.
Their art work turned out excellent.
Aren't they adorable? 

Mimi's Zentangle art piece today.

The best part about Zentangle is if you are a beginner or a seasoned artist - the art work looks similar.  Zentangle takes the difficulty out of art and creates beautiful images by drawing structured patterns.  Anyone can do it and the results are fantastic.  Zentangle is a secret gem.

Stephanie goes back as a tangler - she also teaches watercolor classes.  Beautiful work.  Love the Tipple in small form on the outline tangle.

The white pen replaces shading giving highlights here and there to add drama.

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