My name is Aishwarya Darbha. I live in New Delhi, India. I am a Stay AT Home Mum, a Certified Zentangle Teacher and also an Artist in Making. I presently work from my home studio and daily practice this New Age Meditative Zentangle(TM) Artform to find purpose, joy and artistic satisfaction.
Zentangle(TM), is a relaxed way to create beautiful abstract artform. I am a qualified Zentangle Teacher, who has undertaken personal training under the direct Zentangle(TM) Art founders Maria Thomas & RickRoberts.
I conduct regular classes and plan to conduct future group workshops introducing this beautiful Zentangle(TM) Artform in and around Delhi.
Have you always wanted to create beautiful art for yourself?
Want to know more about Zentangle(TM)?
Feel free to email me at cztaishATtangleandinspireDOTcom or fill up the contact form.
No Prior Art Experience is required!!!
If you can write a name, you can draw a Zentangle!
So today I picked up a tile that I did about 10 days ago. The more I looked at it, I felt that it needed something more! So then after a heart-full cooking, I sat over my desk (sacredspace),
Zentangle is a beautiful ceremony and tradition. It acts like sugar - melts and mixes into anything it dissolves.
… it is fun to see how using few colors and mixes, one cannot come up with beautiful washes. These kinds of experiments remind me to tangle, paint, explore more and more. After all, that’s what creative minds do. The whole joy is to allow oneself to process their maximum best!
This week's prompt pattern is M-Line , in Zentangle India Facebook Group. This is my try on the tile, few hours of me with just some interesting color pencils, graphite and my all time favorite Sakura Micron Pens.
I finished my tan tile and excitedly showed it to my mom and asked her what it resembles to, and in an instant, she said, that it looks like Oil Floating over water and we both agreed on how some patterns appear over our Indian Curries, when oil mixes with the water. So, that inspired me to keep this tangle named as OFloat for “Oil Float”.
So calming to slowly add details!
I did this piece in two parts; on two different days. One day I chose to tangle, other day I chose to add details as many as I want to! 💖💖💖
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