Fall Zentangle classes are in full swing: tangle club on Tuesday mornings, seniors on Wednesday afternoons, and homeschool kids on Thursday morning. This is the 4th week, and I love seeing how the students’ art evolves every week. Everyone is supportive, and the creative energy is outstanding. Here is a small sampling of some of the beautiful work being produced in class:
Pure Zentangle classes are open to all, whether you want to try something new in a supportive environment or enjoy the fellowship and creativity of fellow tanglers. Limited seats are still available in all classes. (See the class page for course catalog and registration information.)
Have I told you lately how much I love these little tiles? My students agree. Check out how cute their work is.
To help you organize your tangles or protect your mini masterpieces, I now have Bijou PocketZ in the shop. For a limited time, shipping is FREE on all Bijou pocketZ pages & tiles. Here are the swap pieces in their new “home”.
I would like to fill the page. Does anyone want to swap with me?
After almost 11 months of struggle, I think this still life that was supposed to be my Mom’s (last year) Christmas present is almost done. I think just a few more shadow corrections and extra details in the crystal glasses and it will be ready to get out of my house! Yay.
And, last, but not least, my Diva challenge for this week.
I had a few minutes to draw, but no extra tiles, so I tangled an actual leaf. A tip: if you want to shade, use the softest pencil you can find. I used a 6B and still had to be careful not to poke holes. You can see the leaf bits on the table where I accidentally poked a hole with my white Gelly Roll. I would have liked some more white, but neither the Zenstone nor the white charcoal pencil was soft enough.
Thanks for visiting. Have a fun and artful weekend.