Friday, March 11, 2011

Zentangle Challenge: Something Blue

Here is my entry for Laura Harms "I Am The Diva CZT" Blog Challenges for 
So I have not been drawing much recently.
A lot of the things that I had time to do in Jan & Feb have gone by the wayside now that March has arrived…
I knew it was coming if I got accepted into the Master Gardener program (which I did).
Classes are so great.
And I'm not saying that to be a kiss up. I really mean it…
I was a bit worried that it would be super intense and study, study, study (it may still come - I'm just waiting for it). But really, I think that because I am at such a different place in my life and very into observing how insects and plants and nature all rely on each other - that I am starting to actually understand what I learned so many years ago in college and things are coming naturally.

And there is so much more that I am learning about for a "behind the scenes" look at this MG program - it is just awesome! The people are so laid back and have a lot of the same interests. We love our plants and digging in the dirt! It's interactive education about something I adore.

And dang - my soil is SO neglected here in my garden.
I am going to start composting ASAP and we thankfully learn about soils this week, so I can consider getting mine into shape.

Well, I'm exhausted, but wanted to post...
Can you tell by my picture that we studied plant cells and how they form tissues and provide various functions for the overall plants survival?
And if this were some sort of plant leaf - I would be seeing more green than blue.
But blue works…
Thanks Laura for this challenge! Make sure to swing by her blog to check the other entries.


  1. Very cool! Good luck with your classes.

  2. I love your tangle - very strong design. Your class sounds great. I've thought of taking one like that some time. I'll be looking forward to pictures of your gardening too.

  3. Lovin' your artwork but DELIGHTED to hear the course is going well and absorbing your energies in such a positive fashion.

  4. I really enjoy your tangle, the pattern is very graphic and strong. Good luck with your Master Gardener course. I think gardening and love of nature meld beautifully with the Zentangle process. I'm so looking forward to spring and getting back into my garden.

  5. Thank you for visiting my blog today and leaving a comment! One of the best things about taking a curse like your Master Gardeners course is all the fascinating people you meet. Looking forward to seeing future garden pics and more drawings.


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