Friday, June 28, 2013

Holes in the Landscape


When I did this zendala challenge for the week I started to think about the Diva's Challenge regarding the flooding in Calgary. I thought how each of the disasters we face may leave holes in the landscape and in our hearts, but underlying  it all are the threads, the ties, and the memories that connect us all. There is more good, more love in the world than the bad. I choose to celebrate that.

This is Erin's Zendala Dare # 62. http://thebrightowl.blogspot.com/
I used a zendala tile that I had hand colored with pink watercolors. The tangles were done with a red Micron  pen and shaded with a few different shades of Prismacolor colored pencils.

11 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! I like you prefer to focus on the positive, in terms of helping hands, thoughtful prayers, and new beginnings.

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  2. I love the way 'hurry' made a star in the centre. Wonderful shading.

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  3. Love it. The shading of the pink with the patterns drawn in red is just beautiful.

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  4. Wow, beautiful! Wonderful tangles, brilliant use of my favorite colors!

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  5. Lovely, it seems to vibrate! And it does look like holes through.

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  6. Beautiful Zendala, I love the choice of color and tangles.
    The effect of the holes is perfect!

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  7. I absolutely love the way this looks! Beautiful and well balanced.

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  8. Totally awesome Sue. I always just love your coloured zendalas and zentangles. You are an inspiration to me. Thanks.

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