Another great reminder is the Tangle-A-Day calendar from CZT Carole Ohl. I have used these calendars for a few years. They are nicely made with daily spots for art. The calendar illustrates a few patterns as well as sharing some of Carole's beautiful artwork for inspiration. I usually start off in January and tangle in the calendar daily, but then I lose track of it. I continue to tangle but usually do so in other journals, tiles, and projects.
I have two unfinished calendars that I would like to complete. I've decided to treat them like a new, blank calendar disregarding the dates. Here are a few pages I've created lately:
This calendar page was inspired by the amazing M.C. Escher exhibit I was fortunate enough to see at the Currier Museum of Art. I have always loved Escher and was thrilled to be able to see so much of his original work up close. I was infinitely inspired by his line work, shading, and complex yet often simple strokes. I created these three pieces and a sample of his chop after seeing the exhibit.