Zentangle on Renaissance tiles on November 12

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NOTE:  The Sunday class on Black Tiles has been cancelled. 

The Hoffman Center for the Arts is pleased to present another Zentangle class with Deb Thompson on the weekend of November 12-13. Tuition is $35 per day, $70 for both days, plus a $6 materials fee for each day (paid directly to the instructor).

This class will build upon Zentangle: The Basics/Beyond The Basics class, though beginners will find success with the easy to follow instruction, supportive environment, and reinforcement that “There are no mistakes in Zentangle.” Instructor Deb Thompson will highlight the eight steps of the Zentangle Method, and teach students Zentangle patterns that can build a Zentangle foundation. No prior knowledge of or practice of Zentangle is necessary.

Saturday, November 12 9:30 a.m. to Noon:  This lesson plan will introduce the Zentangle Method on Renaissance tiles. Students will become familiar with the techniques that will give their work that recognizable Renaissance look and feel. They will explore tangles from a new angle. Working on Zentangle Renaissance Tiles, students will use brown, black and white pens to work the surface, and continue to create shadow and highlight with graphite and and white charcoal pencils.

Sunday, November   13, 9:30 a.m. to Noon:Black Zentangle Tiles provide a new medium for students to explore. Very basic, yet dramatic tangles will be the focus of our work on black tiles.  CANCELLED.

Deb has been practicing the art of Zentangle for several years. I have completed the Certified Zentangle Teacher (CZT) seminar in Providence, Rhode Island with Zentangle founders, Rick Roberts, and Maria Thomas. Since becoming a CZT, I have been actively teaching group and individual Zentangle classes in the Eugene, Oregon area. I have a shared family vacation home in Manzanita, and visit as frequently as possible.

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She can be reached at:  DebThompson@CreationUnplugged.com

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