We had yet another great class last Saturday. A small one but a fun one. I keep having problems with my document camera, but once we got it going . . . we got going. Here are some pictures of our Zentangle 202- Beyond the Basics, and Bijou, too,
our first monotangle: Purk
Monotangle: Flux, tipple, aura, fescue
Monotangle in frame
It’s always amazing to see how everyone does a different version of their tangle. All with the same instruction, same tools, etc. I love the variations and learn something from each class. Beautiful! We especially enjoy having a mom and son ‘team’ with us.
So, we’re looking forward to planning our next classes. We are attending Tangle U next month in Santa Fe. Over 100 Zentangle teachers will be there. . . and we expect to come home with some amazing new ideas filling our heads. These people are so inspiring, I just hope we can narrow it down to a few classes, there will be so many possibilities. Plus we will need to have some 101 classes, too in order to get some new people interested in this wonderful art form.
See you in April after Tangle U. I should have a lot to post about then, along with a new class schedule. Thanks for being patient, it should be worth it!
It’s been kind of exciting around here the past couple of days because of the strong winter storm we’ve had. It’s not anywhere near what they’ve had in the northeast or other places, but a few inches of snow around here is pretty amazing. It took me more than an hour to get home last night, only a few miles. And it was scary! So. . . wasn’t sure if we would be able to get out this morning to go hang my first ever Zentangle show. But the county did a great job and was out on our road plowing and sanding, so we made it. It’s called the Placitas Artist Series and the artwork of 4 artists hangs for one month. The third Sunday there’s a concert and beforehand, the artists reception. I was able to pick out 22 pieces of my art and have them professionally framed, or I framed them, and this is what it looks like with the panorama view on my iPhone:
Of course the wall is not curved, the panorama view makes it looks fish-eyed. Cool effect tho. If you click on the picture you get a full screen view.
All of the art at the show is for sale with a percentage going to the Artist Series. A great cause. They bring wonderful local art and beautiful music to our rural area. My husband helped with the layout, naming the pieces and hanging them today! He’s a great roadie. My sister made my beautiful flyers, business cards and also helped with the layout. I’m so lucky to have such a wonderful, supportive and talented family!
Thanks for checking in!
We had a small but very fun ZT101 class on Feb 7. Despite equipment malfunctions, we got thru 2 tiles! What a great couple of ladies! We thank them for being patient with us and our lack of a working document camera. Here are their beautiful tiles:
Zentangle 101 tile 1
Zentangle 101 tile 2
Well finally a new post. It’s been a while. My sister, Karin, and I taught 2 wonderful classes on Saturday in Albuquerque. The morning was Zentangle 101 to a very creative group. It was such fun to see what they did with the tangles. And in the afternoon we taught our first Zentangle 601 class to our special group of ladies who have taken all or almost all of our classes. We have such a good time with them. And we even had time at the end to take a group picture! So here are the tiles from 101, 601 and the class photo.
Zentangle 101 on Jan 31, 2015 Tile 1
Zentangle 101 on Jan 31, 2015 Tile 2
Zentangle 601 on Jan 31,2015 – Tile 1
Zentangle 601 on Jan 31, 2015 Tile 2
Zentangle 601 Jan 31, 2015 Our Group!
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Please check out the Classes page and see all the new classes we have scheduled in January and February. If you live in the Albuquerque, NM area, we’d love to have you come and join us for a whole lot of fun. Start with the Basics class and continue all the way through our newest class: Zentangle 601: Renaissance Tiles. If you have taken at least the ZT101 class, you can join our classes in any order at any time. We have classes in Santa Fe and Albuquerque westside so far. Look for classes on the east side coming soon!
The PayPal button has been fixed so that you can now change the quantity if you want to sign up more than one person for a class.
Here’s a tile I did last month. Happy New Year!!