This week's Diva challenge is to give just a tiny taste of tangle leaving most of your tile blank.
When I got home I watercolored a tile trying to replicate that color variation. (Mine isn't as neon as the plant) Then I put the tile aside to dry. Before I knew it, it was October and I needed to pack my art supplies for a road trip vacation. (It takes me longer to decide what art supplies to take than it takes to pack clothes). This tile came along with lots of other stuff.
Our "vacation" was a whirlwind of miles driven from Washington to Texas to Illinois and back to Washington all in 2 weeks. And we had lots of family to see along the way. We knew we would be stretched by the miles, but we really weren't prepared for the weather. Thunder, lightening and rain caught up to us at Cathedral Gorge Nevada and stayed with us through Texas. Did I mention that we travel with our dog and cat? Did I mention our dog is scared to death of loud noises? Yes, like thunder! So on one night when I wasn't gonna sleep anyway, Molly the dog, sat in our camper's dinette with me (ok I had her pinned in there so she couldn't pace, spin and dig). She sat next to me panting and I drew the green Skwim tile, pausing from time to time to mop up her slobber dripping on the table next to my tile, envisioning a much calmer time lazily enjoying Sequim. This tile is definitely a visual journal for me!
The Yorkshire Tortoise' entry at her blog Creative Madness where she tangled just a tiny taste on the envelopes and I decided that would suit here.
Zendala Dare #114.