Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Fall Zentangle Classes


Zentangle 101
Learn the basics of Zentangle - a relaxing form of meditation that uses pattern-making to focus your mind. No drawing experience necessary (Really!)
Wed. Oct. 14, 5:30-7:30pm
or Wed. Dec. 16, 10:30am-12:30pm ... $45

Zentangle 102
Need more? More Zentangle patterns.
Zentangle 101 required. Bring your kit.
Wed. Oct. 21, 5:30-7:30pm ... $35

Tangled Art
Yes, Art! If you can create Zentangles, you can create art. In this class we will work with Panpastels, stencils, printmaking, colored pencils and Zentangle patterns to make beautiful little treasures. You’ll learn some techniques to make multiples of your tangles that you can share with friends. Never thought you’d be giving your own artwork as GIFTS? Find out how good it feels! (Yes, YOU, really!) Zentangle 101 is required. All materials provided. Zentangle 101 required.
Sat. Nov.14, 1:00-3:30pm ... $55

Zendalas - Tangling Outside the Box
What do you get when you combine a Zentangle and a Mandala? A Zendala! (or a “Mantangle”?) Learn some new patterns and tangle in a circle.
Wed. Nov. 18, 11:00am-1:00pm
or Sat. Dec. 5, 10:00am-noon ... $45

Location
Workshops are held at The Belfry studio above Wingdoodle, in Warner. The building is #19 on Main Street, in the center of town. For directions to Warner, please email Sandy at beezink@tds.net or call Wingdoodle at 603-456-3515. Please be aware that the studio is on the second floor and there is no elevator available.

Teacher
Sandy Steen Bartholomew is a Certified Zentangle Teacher, an illustrator, and a mixed-media artist. To learn more, or see examples of her work, visit Beez Ink Studio online at www.BeezInkStudio.com. Information on workshops and other happenings in The Belfry can be followed on her blog: http://beezinthebelfry.blogspot.com/
If you would like to arrange a Zentangle class for yourself or your organization, please email Sandy at beezink@tds.net. A minimum of 4 people is required.
For a list of certified Zentangle teachers available outside of the NH area, visit www.zentangle.com

6 comments:

  1. Hello, I have doing Zentangles for about a year now and find them fun and meditative to do. I could not believe it when I saw your post on the Art and Soul group. I live in Portland and would love to do take some classes in the art of Zentangles. Does anyone teach workshops on the west coast? Do YOU ever come and teach on the west coast???? I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to take one. I am going to become a regular reader of your blog. How great to have found you....
    Blessings,
    diane

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  2. COOL! :-D
    Maybe I should apply to teach at Portland?
    There is one CZT listed on the zentangle website who lives in Oregon:

    Amy Pfleiger
    amyszentangles@gmail.com

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  3. YES you definately should apply to Portland....I would love to take anything you might teach. I have emailed Amy a couple of times but have never gotten a reply. I guess I will look in Washington as well...

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  4. I just finished reading your article in CPS and I love this idea. I make a small Zentangle earlier today and found it to be so calming - no right or wrong. I am in Portland as well and would love to have you teach here. Is this a class that could be taught on line or is it really better to be done in person.
    Hugs.

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  5. I live in Maine an would love a fall 2010 class. Got any coming?

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  6. I'd like to do a class in Bar Harbor (my sister lives there). Are you nearby?

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