Thursday, May 3, 2018

linen panel from Kim

I've recently returned from Tangle U - a conference for CZTs where we have a variety of classes on Zentangle related subjects. I learned so much! I'll be showing you more pictures and telling you about the classes in the next few days, so stay tuned!

This class, taught by Kim VanZyll, had us tangling on a 10" x 10" linen panel. We were able to incorporate many of the same ideas we used on Renaissance tiles so it was still in my comfort zone. I was thrilled with the way it came out.

I photographed it several times. Usually I set my work on the slate, front walk to my house but this time the neutral tones of the slate looked so blah against the linen background that I looked around for something else. so I went to my garden and found some spring flowers. Perfect! Then I came back in and got a clear shot on the kitchen table so you could see all the detail.

Do you like my zenbutton in the center?


  1. Oh! I love this Sue!! The highlights and shading!! I must try making a zen button! I love yours!

  2. Yes Sue, I LOVE that zen button!!! In fact, I love the whole canvas!!!

  3. Wow! Beautiful! Can't wait to hear more about Tangle U. Was unable to make it this year, so I am going to live vicariously through you! :)

  4. I love that zenbutton and the way it sits against the bigger patterns.


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