It's not what you gather, but what you scatter that tells what kind of life you have lived. Helen Walton

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Diva Challenge #90

I know that I am not alone when it comes to drawing a string.
I sit at the table and think, and think, and overthink just what it is I would like to accomplish.
Sometimes, the string never gets drawn.  Life gets in the way and I move on to something else I have lying around, half done.  So Linda Farmer's selection on  has been a
perfect place to go when I get stuck.
Our challenge this week was to use string #1.  Because I am brain dead today, I turned to my favorite
Zentangle reference, Yoga for the Brain by Sandy Bartholomew, and with a few ooops, I 
completed the challenge.  (For some reason, I see the Statue of Liberty in the center.  Too much election news, I guess.)


  1. Love it! Especially the middle flower!

  2. So simple and beautiful! The center does look like the crown on the Statue of Liberty.

  3. love the Statue of Liberty reference ;).... I still have a lot to learn and when I find myself over thinking I just draw shapes and then it all begins to evolve.

  4. Lovely! I think tou did a great job with this string.

  5. This is very pretty. Lady liberty looks great too! Nice work!

  6. This is really interesting..your art work always makes me think so much..

    It's fantastic


  7. So simple and so delicate. Great work :)

  8. Very nice! Beautiful clean lines in this tile, Susan.

  9. At first I could see a sunflower peeping through, until I read your post and now it's definitely the Statue of Liberty!
    I love the tangles you've used... I think I need to get my hands on a copy of Yoga for the Brain.


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