Zentangle Inspired Art can take unlimited forms… Boots, clothing, seashells, stones, guitars, cell phones, boxes, aprons, envelopes, picture frames, cars… Anything with a surface!
I’d like to share a video that a fellow Certified Zentangle Teacher posted on her blog about an old upright piano that she and her husband rescued and restored. She wrote about it on her blog and near the end, she posted a video to watch. I suggest that you read and watch both. The video is very good and she talks a lot about Zentangle and how it changed her life.
Please watch this brief YouTube video to learn a bit about me. It was recorded at the CZT 20 training in Providence, Rhode Island in June 2015, and recently made available. I’m so proud to be affiliated with Zentangle, Inc. They are a top quality organization and everything they do is excellent.
I’m so frustrated that a month has passed since I last posted here! I think of the blog daily so I just need to get myself in gear. I really care about my readers and students, so don’t mistake my lack of posting for a lack of caring. I have taught two classes recently and both were so much fun. The first was a FUNdamentals beginner class of 10 students held in the North Tazewell United Methodist Church. Here are some photos from that day…
Please check out the new page (see menu or list across the top) called TESTIMONIALS. If you see two pages, one works and one doesn’t 😟. I’ve tried everything I know to get rid of that bad page nod I give up.
Ah, well. I’ll write more soon, and I mean that!!
PS don’t forget, your comment here means the world to me!
I have some additions to the alphabet. I’d love to know what you think. I appreciate it when you leave a comment so very much! Okay, without further ado, here they are… Continue reading “More Alphabet Fun”