Zentangle Class – this Thursday 2nd May

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.

Borders explored

The Borders class was a relaxing morning of exploring different tangles as borders. We created a ‘border sampler’ which can be used for future reference to create borders.

A tip when deciding on a border for a piece of art would be to reflect some element of the artwork in the border. This can bring the border into harmony with the art rather than competing with it.

The second part of the class was ‘Embedded letters’. This is a technique described by Maria Thomas from Zentangle Inc in which words or letters are aura’d and embellished. The results were amazing! I love embedded letters – they can be used in such a great variety of ways – in journals, snail mail paper and and envelopes and they make a beautiful decorations for cards and gifts.

Zentangle Class – Borders

The first class for the year will be on “Borders”. I’ve had several requests for this class and thought that the new year is a great time to explore this theme. Other requests have been for journals, so I’m combining both themes with a very relaxed start to the year. If you have a journal, 2019 diary or notebook and would like to decorate some pages with borders, then bring it along. If you don’t have a journal, come along and decorate some tiles instead. It is up to you!

If you need any encouragement or motivation to start a journal visit UNESCO SIX exhibition at the State Library of New South Wales. This is an amazing collection of First Fleet Journals, WWI Diaries and notebooks. I visited there today. You can read more about this on the State Library website.

Pocket Diaries
Pocket diaries by Miles Franklin. Stella Maria Sarah Miles Franklin – ‘Stella’ to her family (activist, feminist, writer)
on display at the State Library, New South Wales

To book into the class, go to the bookings page and fill out the form. Looking forward to seeing you!