Saturday, May 16, 2015

Quirky Street

I am always inspired by Margaret Bremner's sensational style of art. Her blog Enthusiastic Artist is full of exquisite tangling. I love her quirky houses and have wanted to try and tangle a street scene for quite a while.
When I started the 1st house it looked a bit like a child's drawing and I nearly tossed it but I kept thinking of what I say to anyone who feels critical in my Zentangle classes....don't be hard on yourself, keep going, have fun, it will turn out to be a lovely surprise! Then I relaxed and became quite amused with the roofs, the little paths leading through the gardens up to the front doors and the arukas sun. I also enjoyed tangling the diva dance tree with the falling autumn leaves, now it's finished I am happy to share my quirky little street scene.  Hope it makes you smile too!!

Thank you Margaret!


59 cm x 42 cm
Pens - Micron 01 and 05


9 comments:

  1. This certainly bring a smile to my face. Thanks.Tracey

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  2. This really is so beautiful. Love it very much.

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  3. This really is so beautiful. Love it very much.

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  4. Wow, this is really awesome!! Personally I like it a bit more than Margaret's. Simply because it's easier to figure out. I love what you've done with the tree -the leaves are beautiful and also the sun!!!!! It almost looks like a steampunk sun! 😀. Congratulations for a wonderful creation!!!

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  5. Cette rue nous conduit dans un beau pays féerique !!!
    it's a beautiful land to dream!!! bravo

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  6. I also am very impressed by Margareths houses, and have tried it several times, but without succes. I know how difficult it is.
    You did a great job, Love the houses and gardens, your Diva Dance tree is gorgeous!
    (I have to try it again)

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  7. Thanks for reminding us that yes, just keep going and see what happens... love these little houses!

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  8. This is very cool, you must have had so much fun creating it. I know that when I do Zen-tangle I get lost in the spirit of creativity. I guess that's how it got it's name, right :)

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