Monday, May 27, 2013

Challenge 120, quote

"No pleasure endures unseasoned by variety." ~Publilius Syrus


Doodling has become the art of Zentangle because of the pleasure of using a variety of combinations of pattern.  

 The challenge this week by The diva is to use only the pattern "bales".   This was a fun challenge - using a single pattern in a variety of ways.  

15 comments:

Helen in the UK said...

Great tangle. Love the flower you created in the centre :)

tanglewithlinda.wordpress.com said...

I like what you did with bales. I like the double bales flower in the center.

Ronnie said...

Love how you made Bales look like flowers. Lovely tile!

Cathy said...

I love your treatment of bales - it is so different.

Traci F said...

So light and airy! I love what you did here. Very nice!

Uuna said...

Oh, so beautiful! The flower in the center is good idea. The hole xentangle lets me thinking summer.

ledenzer said...

Like a kite it floats on the gentle breeze. I love the gracefulness of your challenge piece!

katydidsworld said...

This is a fun tile. Light and whimsical.

Sue said...

Like a garden trellis - lovely.

Efie van Rekum said...

its a nice little tingy ! I love it

Donald Wilka said...

Like the openness and airy nature of this piece. Does make it look like it is floating.

Mrs Wibbs said...

Love your bale flowers! This is very pretty :)

Katalyst said...

Beautiful! Looks very delicate.

Johanna Darbyson said...

Gorgeous and fun! I like it!

Anne's tangle blog said...

I love the way you make Bales organic.