Sunday, February 20, 2011

Back to Back Fun

Friday night I taught Zentangle to a group of nine new students. The weather is finally giving us a little break, and people want to GET OUT! Zentangle is a perfect way to begin a new chapter of weather! The class was held at Gallery 510 in Dayton's Oregon District. A big thanks to gallery owner, Loretta Puncer, for hosting this every month. It's a wonderful, eclectic gallery, a great space for a class. She also makes one of the coziest cups of coffee ever!


On Saturday, Daved and I drove a couple hours to Westerville, Ohio to teach an Intro to Zentangle class to a group of 16 quilters. We held the class at a Panera Bread, which worked out quite nicely! They did two sets of tiles, the second being a string that, when the tiles were laid next to each other, was really quilt-like. Thanks, Karen and the Westerville quilters! I had a great time.




7 comments:

  1. I love seeing how zentangle works with a group. Each ZT is unique, so many styles, yet you get a sense of communication. I wonder if we'd have a better world if politicians started their meetings with a zentangle session!

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  2. Love seeing the work of your students and all the different variations or styles! TFS

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  3. The quilt-like one is a great idea. It's very effective and fits the tradition of quilting well.

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  4. What great fun to create a ZT 'quilt' with a group ;-0

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  5. Carole, it is so cool that one can continually get excited teaching a Zentangle class. It still happens to us, after all these years. Such fun to see and hear people's reaction to such a simple thing as putting pen to (a very small) paper.! GOOD JOB!!!! (I feel like I am always "yelling" in these comment sections...... but really, these tiles are fabulous. (!!!) Maria

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  6. The class was really fun
    thanks Carol.

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