The Zen of Paradox- a Zentangle® Adventure Class ONLINE
Saturday, December 5,1-3pm MDT
Instructor: Annie Reiser
Limit: 12 students. Includes class kit + shipping
This intricate mandala stars the tangle pattern Paradox, which was created by Rick Roberts, co-founder of the worldwide Zentangle® art movement. It’s hard to believe that the mandala is made using just that one pattern! But pure magic happens when the same tangle is drawn in different directions and linked together. The first step in making your own mandala is to “step out” the Paradox pattern on a Tangle Tag provided by instructor Annie Reiser, a certified Zentangle® teacher and an art instructor at the Denver Botanic Gardens. (“Step out” means to build up the pattern one line at a time.) Annie will then show you how to form the mandala’s distinctive star shape by manipulating and connecting individual tangles. She’ll also demonstrate how to create visual depth by layering color and shading the mandala with a colored pencil. A quick burnishing and you’re done! Join Annie to enjoy creating beautiful art the Zentangle® way – one step at a time. The class is for both beginning and experienced tanglers.
To receive your class kit in time for class, register by Nov 21 if outside Colorado or Nov 28 if in Colorado. We ship the kits via USPS Priority Mail and will email you the tracking number. If you are a Boulder local, you have the option to pick up your kit from our Pearl Street location by choosing “curbside pick-up” when registering. Kits can only be shipped within the USA. If you’re outside the USA and would like to take the class, please contact us for information.
Class Kit Includes: soft graphite pencil, royal blue Micron pen, red Micron pen, kneaded eraser, white charcoal pencil, colorless blending pencil, colored pencils (cobalt blue, delft blue, cobalt green), Zentangle® mandala tile with pre-drawn pattern, plain Zendalas, 3z tile,Tangle Tag, class handout and links to Zentangle® patterns. Kits will begin shipping at least 3 weeks before the class date or earlier.
Please bring the following materials:
-Optional- sketch pad or notebook
Be sure to look for an email approximately one week before the class, which will have all the details: Zoom link to login, class agenda, materials list, and pre-class prep. If you don’t see the class email from us check your spam folder. No email? Double check the email address you entered when you registered. It's on your order confirmation. If there's still an issue, contact us: email@example.com.
Cancellations made 2 weeks before class can either be refunded or used to pay for another class. (Note that if the class kit has already been shipped at the time of cancellation, the price of the kit will be deducted from the refund amount.) Two Hands Paperie retains a $10 processing fee for EACH class cancelled by a participant. For cancellations made after the cancellation deadline, there is no refund or credit.In addition, the fee cannot be transferred to pay for another class. These policies are to ensure that THP and teachers are compensated for their investment in materials and in time spent preparing for the class. We reserve the right to cancel a class if fewer than 4 students are enrolled one week before the class. If for any reason Two Hands Paperie cancels a class, students will be contacted and refunded the FULL class fee.
Annie Reiser has returned to what feeds her soul - art. Years ago she earned degrees in both German and art. Family and career took her down other pathways, but art has always been a lifetime companion. A potter, spinner, knitter, weaver, and painter, Annie now devotes more of her creative time to illustrating nature. She's a graduate of the Denver Botanic Gardens School of Botanical Art and Illustration, where she teaches part-time. She's also an active member of the Rocky Mountain Society of Botanical Artists and the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators. Annie is a certified Zentangle(R) teacher (CZT) and "zentangles" daily. Her artwork has been displayed in juried shows and published in books. See more at http://www.botangle.net.