Tuesday, February 18, 2014
At my first class taught at the Wayne County Arts Council here in Goldsboro, NC, we were joined by Casey Mozingo, photographer and Becky Barclay, writer for our local newspaper, the News-Argus. They did a very nice article in the Life & Family section last Sunday. I'm sharing with you here:
Thursday, February 13, 2014
Thought I'd share some valentines tangled on tiles. The pink backgrounds were made by scribbling Tombow markers onto a blending board, then soaking up the color with the tiles. When dried, they were tangled with a micron pen. Hoping your Valentine's Day is spent in peace with friends and/or family.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
The first snow postponed my Zentangle® class at the Wayne County Arts Council, but we rescheduled and five out of the six original signed students came. It was fun, but I was a little nervous at the same time. The Arts Council had been asked by the local newspaper, the News Argus, to be allowed to come to the class to take pictures and interview me. They did come and took a ton of pictures. I was interviewed later by Becky Barclay, who writes for the Family/Lifestyle pages. The article comes out this Sunday, so I'll be sure to post the article. My students were very gracious to have their time with me shared for this.
I did manage to get my Zentangle apron finished using my Fabrico black and gray markers as well as some Tulip colored fabric pens. Since I was taking some of Sandy Steen Bartholomew's products, I decided to use several of her tangles. I love her whimsical style and her tangles cards and books are so easy to follow. It came together just in time for class. I've also finally tangled the small muslin bag I received at seminar with Rick and Maria. For now, I'm leaving it black and white. Tangling on fabric was a very different experience, but I loved it. The Tulip markers were not my favorite to use. They're a little on the dry side, but they do come in a lot of really bright colors and they didn't run at all. Fabrico pens tend to be a little more moist and I have to watch to not overdo. The gray pen is fabulous to use for shading, not only on fabric, but also on paper.
Right now, there are no classes scheduled, but life seems to be frozen, literally, here for a few more days. No one seems to want to plan anything in advance due to weather, but I do hope to do another class with the Arts Council for adults as well as one for children. We haven't met for clubs at school for a while because of testing and now WEATHER, so I haven't been able to meet with my Zentangle Club members since November. I see some of my students tangling in class when they have free time. In the meantime, Henry and I are hunkered down here at the house with the dog and cats. More time for tangling!
For those of you also experiencing this crazy weather, be safe and warm!
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