Musings on the creative forces and the things that bloom from them
This is very lovely. You chose the most wonderful patterns for a holiday card! Bravo!
Beautiful. I love your use of negative space for the text.
Beautiful! So simple, yet so elegant-love it!
Thanks, Genevieve. The other day in a class, we all decided we would now light-heartedly refer to negative space as 'open space.' I'm liking that idea!
I've been doing Zentangles now for about six months but have never done a word such as your Peace. Can you give me a tip on how to start that. Do you just freehand the outline of the word and then zentangle around it? Appreciate your help.Marywww.primitiveseasons.blogspot.com
Hi Mary, I traced (in light pencil) cardboard letters from a set I found in a scrapbook section of an art store. You could also freehand the letters. Then I used the pencil lines as my string. Have fun!
love it, love it, LOVE IT!
Ditto! Your work is very inspirational! Thanks for sharing.
Yes, VERY nice! And a great choice of tangle patterns. It makes quite a difference sometimes, doesn't it?
Carole that is just wonderful, I love the idea of open space, I will use that in my next class. My you have a all the Peace the seasons brings. Thank You again for all your Zentangle inspired work.
It is beautiful. I love the effect and how the letters in the "open space" pop out. Having read the other comments, I love the idea of saying "OPEN SPACE" rather than negative space, it's sooooo much more positive which is sooooo important don't you think. Thank you for sharing your gorgeous creation with us all.
THis looks GREAT!!!
I just listed this design as a greeting card on Etsy:)http://www.etsy.com/listing/63937352/peace-greeting-cards
Carole- just stunning. Every member of the US Senate & Congress should have one on their desk & just get going with their job to help our country!Just love your watercolor & Word Tangles.....best wishes for tangle- busy 2011'Holy H., CZT-4
Carole-I just saw your art on instagram and had to tell you it's beautiful. Also I wanted to tell you its being used as a sign of hope for everyone currently suffering through tragedies. Soccer player Paul Pogba posted the picture, and people from all over the world are feeling the peace you created. Thank you and beautiful job.