(New to Zentangle, start here.)
I’m very grateful I learned about Zentangle before Donald Trump became the president elect of the United States. It’s a place I can go when the real world just seems to be too much.
This week, Laura Harms (the Zentangle Diva) asked us to use the tangle Keeko. Keeko is one of the first tangles I learned. It looks like a basket weave and relies only on lines. I’ve done this monotangle just to show the uninitiated what Keeko looks like. It is particularly useful as a background tangle.
I also used Keeko in this Zentangle Inspired Art. Can you find it?
To add some color to your day, I thought I’d share these photos of Philadelphia fall window boxes adorning 19th century homes in the Rittenhouse Square area of the city. We’ve had some lovely warmish days even this late into the fall. We walk through this neighborhood on our way to the dog park.
And, finally, here’s a photo of charming little Fitler Square, in the neighborhood adjacent to the Schuylkill River.