A little while ago, in my Artist Inspiration series, I wrote about a Zentangle artist, DiAnne Ferrer.
If you’re not familiar with the Art of Zentangle, take a look at this webpage which explains what it is, how it started, and how to get started in it yourself.
I’ve read discussions on several Art Forums debating whether Zentangles are considered an Art form or not. To me, there is no need to even consider the question. Of course it is an Art form. It’s still in its infancy, and many established artists may feel threatened by it, and that is only natural, for it’s only human to fear Change.
A similar type of discussion was held only a few years ago, about whether mobile photography should be considered “real” photography, or simply as trick photography for partygoers or for fun.
Today’s post is simply to showcase my favourite Zentangles, that I’ve come across on my travels on Google Images. It just goes to prove how very popular Zentangle is and how many excellent exponents of it there are. Zentangles come in a vast array of variety, from the very simple yet effective to the very complex.
All credit goes to the original Zentangle artists, of which there are too many to name. Enjoy!
And, if you enjoyed looking at Zentangles, why ever not give it a whirl yourself? 😉
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