It always seems to happen in the fall. School starts along with paper grading, appointments need to happen after school, Zentangle® classes, bible study, coursework and. . . oh yeah, doing all the stuff that has to get done every week. I'm stretched a little thin. Ah hem, I mean my time is stretched a bit thin. :)
I've had three awesome Zentangle classes that I need to report on. We had a fantastic Organic Garden class on September 20 at the Brewer Public Library. Eight lovely ladies attended. The work you all did was fabulous.
We had another Zentangle 101 class at Bangor Adult Ed on October 9 with 7 new Zentangle students. It was a historical event too. Daniel is my very first gentleman Zentangle student. He held up pretty well, surrounded by 6 other enthusiastic tanglers. Speaking of enthusiasm my new friend Jeanne Curran might also make history one of these days, as my first student to go onto becoming a CZT.
|Daniel - my first gentleman student.|
FYI - The tangle that slipped my mind was Maryhill. You can find the step outs by the CZT Betsy Wilson.
Square One: Purely Zentangle®. They focus on the original Zentangle tiles and every week they focus on a different tangle. Last week it was aquafleur and these are the two tiles I posted.
The tangles (patterns) on these tiles will be taught at the Organics: Under the Sea class at Brewer Public Library on November 22. Email me to reserve your spot.
|Zentangle-like artwork done by 2nd graders at my school.|
One of the best things about my journey with Zentangle is the new friends I have made.
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