Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Zentangle Classes for Spring 2011

Finally! I haven't taught a class since January, but I think I am recovered enough to get back in the swing of things. The hardest part is choosing days without other commitments... so, we'll see how this goes. To download a PDF of the class schedule, click here to go to my website.

If you would like a class and none of these dates and times work for you, email me with dates and times that DO work for you. To schedule your own classes you need four people minimum. If you have lots of friends (lucky you!) you might like to host a class/party and get free stuff (yes, like a Tupperware party!)

You can now sign up for classes using PayPal. There is a Shopping Cart button on the upper right margin of the blog. If you are reading this post in an email, you will need to click through to the blog page.

And lastly, if you were signed up for my classes at Art & Soul in Virginia, in April - those classes will be taught by Suzanne McNeill. I had to back out due to problems from the eye surgery - I could go into detail if you really want to know! But Suzanne was kind enough (brave?) to offer to do the classes. If you don't know her - she is my publisher at Design Originals and she teaches all over the country. She's from Texas, too. Y'all will be talkin' tangles with a twang by the time class is over!


  1. wish i lived closer so i can take your class...wondering if any traveling teachers will be teaching a class in northern NJ/Bergen county any time soon? (Suzanne McNeill possibly???)

  2. Ok, Short of Commendering a Bus by force, There does not seem to be anyway for me to get there.
    ok, What did they have to do to your eyes? My Aunt had to have surgery years ago, after going through a car windshield.

    I hope yours did not start so dramatic. But eyes are always Dramatic and Sensitive issue for me.

    Sherrie Roberts

  3. To find teachers in your area, go to and click on the "Learn" link - there is a list of CZTs by state.

    As for my eye... I had radiation for a tumor in my sinus when I was twelve. The radiation has caused all sorts of domino reaction problems over the years. The latest was that the soft tissue in my eye had atrophied and my eye was sinking. (Ick) So they put a wedge under my eye to lift it up again. (Double ick). There was A LOT of nerve damage, bleeding and a bit of paralysis. The stitches are all healed up, but stuff still hurts quite a bit and I still can't feel half my face (the parts that don't hurt?) Hey - bet you wish you hadn't asked, eh? ;-D


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