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Meeting a new friend

This past weekend I was in The Newport News Fall Festival of Folklife in Newport News, VA.  This is a huge show and the only one I do a year (we just moved and I'm exploring other festivals).  I mainly sell my art quilts, coiled fabric bowls and whimsical painted furniture.  But this past summer I got back into my zendoodles mainly because my boys and I were at the pool every day and I needed something that I could just pick up and go... my drawing pad!
For this year's festival, I made zendoodle notecards (see my last post).  And although they didn't do too well, they got the attention of a high school student.  Normally kids that age don't approach adults, especially carry on lengthy conversations, but not Gabby.  She was the most delightful young lady I'd ever met.  She first asked me if they were zentangles.  My mouth dropped open because most kids don't know that word, what it means, or are even interested in learning about it, "You actually know what …

A new idea

#32, 33, 34 (missing #31, 35 and 36)

#27, #28, #29, #30

#21, #24, #25, #26 (missing #22 and #23)

#17, #18, #19, #20

#13, #14, #15, #16

#10, #11, #12

#9 Adding color

#6, #7, #8

#2, #3, #4

My first Zentangle (#1)

March 1991