Zentangle Art Show

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Welcome! Please enjoy our third Zentangle Art Show. Our show features Zentangles created by those who currently care and those who cared for a family member or friend. (Feel free to view our first Zentangle Art Show and second Zentangle Art Show.)

According to Zentangle.com, the Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. Because Zentangle draws you in to the patterns you create, the art form is a great way to relax.

To learn more about our artists and to vote for your favorite piece, scroll down below our Art Show. The winner will receive a $25 Amazon.com gift card.

Voting ends at midnight (whenever midnight happens for you) on January 24.



About the Artists

Colleen: I am a long time caregiver for my chronicly ill husband.

Gail: I am a retired sales representative who took care of my parents long distance and then my mother for four years in my home. Mom passed away in July of 2014 at age 94. I live in Massachusetts with my hubby and our animals -- a Springer Spaniel puppy, Calista, my mom's cat, Molly, and our African Grey parrot, Penelope.

Jean: I'm a former caregiver. I love to do Zentangle inspired art for distressing. It works!

Mar: I am a spouse caregiver for my husband Tom, who has a diagnosis of fronto temporal degeneration. I like to experiment with Zentangles in the form of bookmarks. I can try a technique without having to fill a full piece of paper. If I like one, I "laminate" it to a piece of cardstock with a strip of packing tape. This has been a fun gramma-granddaughter activity as well because any kind of doodle turns out looking great as a bookmark in our opinion!


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