In addition to the classes you see posted here, there were wonderful presentations by Amy Broady (Tangle Tales ~ great information on how many of her tangle came to life), Kate Lamontagne (making a dream catcher , using Prismacolor pencil techniques), Suzanne McNeill (watercolor and tangling with "Beauty in Blue"), and Brenda Shaver (Teaching the Challenging class), and Patricia Carney (Tangled Goddesses). I wish I could have attended them ALL . . . but it's a trick to be three places at once! Needless to say, there was endless inspiration. In upcoming posts, I'll share how I've used all of this new knowledge!
|Elaine Huffman introducing Anne Grasso before |
Anne's class on Mindfulness with Zendalas.
|The birth of a Zendala!|
|Minette Riordan teaching her Zentangle Business class.|
|"It's good to be a Diva!" with Terri Oliver Young|
|Shawn Hayden, myself, Pat Mathes, Sue Clark, and Dorian Eng. |
Zentangle does attract some of the most wonderful people!
|A mosaic of Zentangle tiles inspired by Talavera tiles of the Southwest.|
|Maria Vennekens teaching the Travel book class.|
|This is the travel book we made in Maria's class.|
The hold Zentangle tiles and pens, and
are based on Chinese sewing kits.
|Karen Sandoval having a "WOW" moment .|
Don't you just LOVE those??
|Karin Tarter showing her "Zentangle-inspired" tote.|
|Sharla Hicks teaching her beautiful botanical style|
with "Mooka Blues".
|My first "Mooka blues" tile!|