Introduction to Zentangle
This program will be held indoors in one of our well-ventilated classrooms. Group size will not exceed current state restrictions.
Sunday, December 6, 2020 1:15 - 4:45PM
Max Participants: 10
Instructor: Karen Keefe
Zentangle is an easy-to-learn method of creating beautiful images from repetitive patterns, many of them inspired by nature. It is a fascinating new art form that is a fun relaxing way to practice mindfulness. This 3 ½ hour class introduces the basic Zentangle principles and methodology. It is intended for those who are not yet acquainted with the Zentangle process or for those who want to review the basics and learn new tangles; come learn these patterns and variations: Navaho, Arukas, Eyelet Ribbon, Log Jam, Organic and Viaduct. Participants will be provided a concept overview along with instruction for 6 different patterns and produce 2 pieces of original art. The Introduction to Zentangle class includes fun instruction, engaging demonstrations and an art kit for practicing in class and enough supplies for producing additional art work at home. This is a prerequisite for any of the Zentangle Advanced Programs.
Along with being a Certified Zentangle Trainer (CZT), Karen Keefe is an organization development consultant specializing in coaching high performance teams, management training and leadership development. She holds a MA in Human Resource Development and PhD in Naturology (psychology and natural healing) and is certified as a holistic educator and master trainer. Karen has been an educator for over 40 years and has taught thousands of people dozens of different programs but she says the most fun she's ever had training is delivering Zentangle classes.
Single class scheduled on 12/6/2020 at 1:15PM