Each year in San Diego, some of the libraries have a HOW-TO-FESTIVAL. Throughout the library there are centers to learn different subjects. I was asked to do a demonstration at the Mira Mesa Library on How-to-Zentangle. This wasn't an Introduction to Zentangle, but just a hint of what would be in store for you when you take the "basic" class.
The class turned out to be one of my favorite class, multi-generations. Dad's and daughters, brother's and sister's, and Mom's and kids, ten in all were lucky to learn about Zentangle - a secret gem.
We created a bookmark on 2x4 cardstock using The Zentangle Method. Tangles taught were:
Zentangle is a meditative art method. During the process of drawing, you relax, focus and get into a state of well-being - healing art.
Below is the multi-hat Mira Mesa Library Manager, Ina Gibson. She taught the How-to-play the ukulele. Great job Ina.
Some of the other classes were:
How to make slime
How to grow your organic urban garden in a tiny space
How to be on time
How to make paper beads
How to make S/more pops
How to do Yoga for children
This was my thank you card from Mira Mesa Library for sharing Zentangle with the library.