Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Diva Challenge #140

Pointillism was an art movement in France prior to Post Impressionism. It consisted of applying small dots rather than brush strokes. From a distance the colours and dots merged in together giving a light atmosphere to the image. We have been challenged to use this technique to create a zentangle. I have used this method before and find it really relaxing. Before I post my tile I'd like to show you a rhodadendron tree outside my doctor's clinic, I think it is glorious.

I wanted to get this done quickly and thus missed the word "monotangle". Duh! Now I will have to do another one!


9 comments:

  1. Wat is dat mooi geworden..

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  2. It's lovely! (And I totally missed the 'monotangle' too...)

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  3. Your tile is wonderful! This rhodadendron tree is gigantic and beautiful!

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  4. Your tile is lovely and I also missed the monotangle - doh!! So tied up with drawing the dots I didn't read the title properly.

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  5. This is lovely! And ..... I missed the monotangle too.

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  6. This is so well done, really nice! I took the 'montangle' to mean just using dots, no lines or shading. I think most of us used more than one tangle. I'm enjoying seeing what everyone has done with this.

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  7. Nice tile! You did a great job!

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