We’ve just finished the 6 week Beyond the Basics class at St George & Sutherland Community College. Zentangle really does attract lovely groups of like-minded people (I know I keep saying it – but it’s true!). We went out for lunch after the last class which topped off the 6 weeks!
What’s next? I’ve just updated the Workshops page with the latest Class Schedule so have a look at what’s available for the rest of the year and January 2020. Labyrinths, 3Z Stars & Klimt inspired tiles to name a few.
I will be sending out an email by Monday 23/9/19 so if you don’t receive one and would like to, then please contact me on the Contact/Bookings page
There were a lot of laughs, fun and friendships made this week at both the Zendala Classes. We didn’t quite finish the all tiles but you could post them here in the comments when they are finished, if you want. The tiles look amazing and each have their own individual style. I love them all!
The little succulent plant photo was taken on Saturday morning just outside my studio before the class started. When you look closely you can see some beautiful little dewdrops on the leaves. And the leaves are the perfect shape to add to mandalas. Nature is so perfect.
There are spots available for the advanced class this Thursday. We’re going to explore a special string which will create a ‘circle in a Square’. I hope it will be a spring board to inspire you to take your creativity further.
Looking forward to seeing those who are booked in. If you’d like to join us or find out more information then contact me on the ‘bookings’ page of Artoftangling.com.
As promised here is the demonstration tile from class – all finished! I spent quite some time ‘tweaking’ it. I followed Maria’s example and filled in all the spaces with little orbs. I’d love to see everyone’s tiles when they are finished. I had a lot of fun with this tile Rumpus is a really relaxing tangle
We started today with open hearts and thoughts for our dear fellow student Bev who passed away suddenly this week. Bev was booked in to join us for the class today and I believe she was there with us in spirit.
I had the pleasure of knowing Bev through our Zentangle classes on about 10 occasions. Bev was a lovely, kind and wonderfully creative person. We will miss you Bev.