Just a quick post. . . my sister and I spent last Friday in Santa Fe at the Artisan’s Expo at Buffalo Thunder resort. We took two wonderful classes with Suzanne McNeill, one on Zentangle of course, and one on patina finishes on different medium. As always, her classes are so much fun.
We made a cute little patina sampler book in the second class:
We didn’t have time to finish these little sample books, the class was only 3 hours. . . but we learned a lot about how patina works on cloth, papers, floor cloth, copper. Think we’ll be incorporating some of these finishes in our artwork.
We had lunch before we came home from Santa Fe at Tia Sophias, just off the plaza. I had purchased a clear glitter gelly roll pen and some end cut card stock at Guadaloupe Fun Rubber Stamps store around the corner and just had to play with them at lunch. I left it there as my first Random Act of Zentangle. Hope someone found it and enjoys it. . .
NEW CLASSES SCHEDULED:
We visited with Lee Kellogg at Guadalupe’s Fun Rubber Stamps in Santa Fe and it looks like we’ll be teaching some Zentangle classes there! We’re very excited about this. The first will probably be on December 6, a ZT101class in the morning and ZT201 in the afternoon.
The great people at Bob’s Sewing and Vacuum is again letting us use their wonderful classroom for our ZT501-Organic Tangle Garden class on Saturday Dec. 13.
We’ll be sending out an email update on this and more very soon.