Renee Zarate's Bolton House is still in New England but Renee herself has moved on to South Carolina. The days are a little different now, no garden to take care of means more studio time. Dealing with snow and blizzards will be a thing of the past but there will be new challenges. Challenges like...how will we ever carry these two chairs and this huge umbrella down to the beach? Stay tuned.
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This started as just a warm up sheet of paper using stamps and tangling around them. I usually practice Zentangle patterns early in the morning while I have my coffee. When the paper is filled up it goes into the pile to be photocopied or cut up, whatever I need it for. I used exclusively Stampotique stamps on the paper before adding the Zentangle patterns.
Here it is in black and white. I wish I had used a heavier paper instead of just card stock. I started out with Brushos and water which made the paper twist and warp. I then switched over to Memento markers and colored it in like one of those new-fangled coloring book pages. Fun. Later I can cut it up and make whatever out of it.