Saturday, March 14, 2009

Destressing Zents



12 comments:

studio lolo said...

The top one seems very happy and organic to me. Like sprouts!

In the second one I see an incompete heart which is broken.

The third one might be Oliver with funny pointy things growing out of his head, probably sad for what has happened.

Zentangle psychotherapy brought to you by Auntie Mim ;)

Teri C said...

I still find it amazing to do a zentangle and looking at it later I can tell what my mood was when I did it.

The one thing I immediately picked up was the broken heart. Keep doing them Mim and get destressed.

Lynn said...

Oh Zentangle psychology! Does my license cover that? Probably not.
Okay, I won't use my license which is only good in California anyway.
I"ll just say the truth, the tangles are terrific all...
hoping they mean all is mending well in your neck of the woods, as you work through it all.

Mim said...

you got it ladies....

soulbrush said...

if art is therapy, then zentangles are just perfect to get all the emotions down on paper.you find them easy to do, i have to really 'work' at them. so i say, do more and more and more and get it all out and on to the paper. i really hope your mom is okay.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Art makes you feel better and is such a good way to work through your stress. Your zents are wonderful.

Artist Unplugged said...

Wonderful and powerful zentangles. I hope your mom is doing well and that you can get some release through your art. The heart one is obviously poignant.

MuseSwings said...

Beautiful!

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katie jane said...

Mim, I'm just catching up on everyone's weekend posts, and I'm so sorry to hear about your mom. I do hope she's OK. You surely don't need something more to worry about now. They said she was allright, so try not to stress.

Cute zentangles.

kj said...

that's it! i'm getting a micron pen and starting to doodle and zentangle. it's therapy--i can tell. you know bella sinclair's blog actually explained a research project that found that doodling helps the brain be creative and attentive.

i'm glad you're doing okay, mim. oh, and breakfast at one of my local places sounds terrific. how shall we make that happen?

:)

studio lolo said...

You okay down there in Sarasota?
How's mom?

xo

Debra Kay said...

Hugs. I like how the broken heart is just part of things, and not the end of things.