Various parts of the country have a history of native, tribal art which influences the decorative choices of that particular area. Recently, my husband traveled to Portland, Oregon for a business conference. While there, he found a book, “Looking at Indian Art of the Northwest Coast” by Hilary Stewart.
I like the graphic effect produced by using black, white and red. So I decided to give it a try on a Zentangle. I don’t know how effective it is here, but it was an interesting exercise.
Zentangle drawn on Stonehenge Kraft using a black and red Micron pen and white Sakura Gelly Roll. Shading done with graphite pencil.