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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Master Class Video

We thought you might enjoy taking a video peek inside our recent Master Class in Newport, RI. These were taken by Suzanne McNeill, CZT. 

Here's part of what she wrote:
Wow!  I just finished a wonderful week in Newport, Rhode Island with the innovators of Zentangle, Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas.  I didn't want to let another day go by without letting other tanglers know that the ' Zentangle Master Class' was full of excitement.  Rick and Maria created fantastic projects, shared some wonderful techniques, chose a totally awesome setting, planned fascinating  tours to mansions and museums, and most of all  provided the opportunity to get together with fellow tanglers and be truly inspired. 
      If you ever have the opportunity to attend a Zentangle class , or better yet to attend a CZT class  (certified Zentangle teacher) with Rick and Maria, do go.  Your life and relationships will be influenced in a positive manner for the rest of your life.

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5 comments:

Carole Ohl said...

Thanks for posting these. I love love love how all the different participants shared their tangles and processes. It's also nice to see the people whose names I see online. Once again, we get a sneak peek into what had to be a magical week.

Rose said...

Wonderful! Looks like it was a lot of fun! Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

thankyou for this video- it gave a lot of insight into the process.
It inspired me to continue and I especially liked the zentangle a day exercise and the zentangle disc swatch.
This blog is absolutely fantastic for those of us who are geographically challenged (i live in Australia)and I thank all who so generously contributed!

Shelly Beauch said...

Thank you, it was lovely to put faces to names and have a sneek peek at beautiful tangling.

SandyB said...

It was really nice to see the names next to the faces. I realized I didn't know the names of people I had been speaking to all week. (Shame!)It is also funny how stressed some of us got about speaking for 2 minutes or less. I'm grateful that Suzanne was so patient - and persistent!