Saturday, June 29, 2013

Ready To Roll in Red

Circles, triangles, squares and spirals all mixed up into a Zentangle Inspired Art tangle of liquorice  allsorts.

Paper: 74cm x 59cm (29" x 23") Stonehenge cotton.
Pens: Microns 01, 05 in black and red.



A couple of close ups.


19 comments:

  1. This one is so festive.

    I love the way you use the negative space - sometimes you add an element or two but it gives such a lovely airy feel to the piece.

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  2. Michele, Absolutely jaw dropping beautiful!!!! You are truly my favorite zentangler followed closely by Helen Williams. You both truly inspire me and thumble me with both of your creative expressionisms! Thank you todays work has made me shed some tears Julie.

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    1. Oh Julie, thank you so much for stopping by and your sensational comments. Our inspiration flows from me to you and back to me again.

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  3. Oh, oh and OH! This is so beautiful and special! I am sitting here my moth open. How somebody can do somEthing like this?? But You can. It is amaising.
    I love the desing and creative in this artwork.
    I thinK You can these tangles Your eys chat, You don't need to look model. You are really artist.

    I have been artist all my life and work and teach art, but this is something new to me. Your artworks have given a new vision to me. I though that I have paint all already but now I notice that I have much to do. That is fantastic, THANK YOU VERY MUCH :-)

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    1. Thank you, our passion for Zentangle flows around touching us in so many ways.

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  4. So beautifully intricate and totally exquisite!! I am so inspired by your work. Thank you.

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    1. Thank you, I love that we can share our art.

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  5. Your work is always so amazing...I could get lost for hours drinking in all the glorious detail!! Beautiful!

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  6. Another stunning piece, Shelly! So many small details, and all of them a feast for our eyes. Thanks for the close-up shots.

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  7. I love love love to see your work! Can you tell me the name of the pattern in the bottom right corner? I've tried to do it a few time and it just doesn't come out like yours. Do you have a step out for it? Thanks for sharing your art, it's so very inspiring.
    Blessings!
    Traci

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    1. Thank you Traci, do you mean Sandy's cruffle on the bottom right?
      http://tanglebucket.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/cruffle-order-vs-chaos.html

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  8. Beautiful, Shelly :) Love the touches of red. Wonderful!

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  9. Shelly -- This is just amazing! You really WOW me!

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  10. Your work always leaves me open mouthed and overwhelmed....Im always out of words of expression when I c your work.....Awesome would be so insignificant a word to describe this...:) Thank you for being such an inspiration...:)

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    1. Thank you so much for your encouragement, I truly appreciate your super comment.

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  11. So beautiful! I'm speechless.

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  12. You are, hands-down, my favorite artist in this genre. Would you mind sharing how long it took you to complete your pieces when you post them? I look at your larger works and am just lost in every element - but I draw soooo slowly that it would take me a month to finish one of this size! Also, your use of color splashes are always so perfect - you have an incredible eye!!

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