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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Gloria J Zucaro's "Of The Earth"

The ZIA(Zentangle In Art) I made for Earth Day. Done on a 4 x 6 card, using 17 different patterns with names of plants, animals, weather conditions, and the sun and moon.  The prompt is from Laura Harms over at I am the Diva website.  Great site to see her wonderful family photos, and many artists' creative versions of the prompt each week.


Patterns used
Seedlings, Woods, Jelly Fish, Tuffed Leaves, Partly Cloudy, Octopus, Milkweed, Dogbane, Aloe Vera, Dandlion Seeds, Bales, Sunray, Flying Geese, Cresent Moon,
Lightning Bolt, Mooka, Poke Root, Fescue

See Ya Later, Alligator! :>)  Gloria

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    1. Thank you, Beth. The Diva's site is great! I love all the choices of patterns.

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  2. Amazing amount of tangles representing every part of earth. And they fit together so well. You did a great job! Sarah

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    1. Thanks so much, Sarah. It was a lot of fun.

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  4. Brilliant idea for your Earth Day tile. I've never even heard of some of these tangles. I see the globes too. Bravo.

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    1. Thanks, Suzanne. I got some of them from a book about using Zentangles in "Zendelas"!

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  5. What an amazing tile for Earth Day, Gloria!! I am in awe of all your patterns and will need to look some up - what fun!!

    ~ Diane Clancy
    http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2015/04/my-diva-amanda-day-earth-day-4-challenge-entry/

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    1. Thank you Diane. I am so glad you left a comment. I was amazed at the array of product on your various sites. You are not only an artist but a supreme marketer.

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  6. Nice design, great choice of tangles!!!

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    1. Thank you Annemarie. I really "got into it" this week.

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  7. Love how the circles interlock and give the opportunity to do several tangles. Beautiful!

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  8. Thank you Lynell. I was in the mood for a more complicated tangle that night.

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  9. A lot of work went into this tile, very pretty.

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  10. I just love seeing how others choose to approach each challenge! Such a wonderful tile and a great idea to use patterns named after natural elements... truly inspired!

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