I am a Seattle artist exploring drawing, jewelry design, metalsmithing, collage, mixed media, found object sculpture and fiber arts. I'm currently trying my hand at Zentangle® to get my creative juices flowing after a long 'drought'.
I'm ALWAYS up for a new tangle to try. I haven't incorporated them all into Zentangles®, but I believe I've recorded (drawn) examples of over 1400 tangles I've gathered from all over the internet (Life Imitates Doodles, Zentangle.com, TanglePatterns.com, Zentangle® books by CZTs* Sandy Steen Bartholomew, Suzanne McNeill and Marie Browning, Flickr, etc.).
Is that obsessive? My kid sister, Bob (pet name), thinks so. But I'm hoping that this summer we'll have time to tackle some of those tangles together! Hmmm, perhaps "tackle" isn't a very Zen way of going about drawing tangles. I do like a good alliterative phrase now and zen, however. And to use a pun or two, too, I'm afraid. And I wouldn't shy away from a homophone or so. But, I digress . . . .