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ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Dillon Henry Keefe

Twenty-five-year-old Dillon Henry Keefe learned to Zentangle after Thanksgiving dinner 2010. Since then, he’s been Tangling whenever he has spare time between his pharmaceutical studies at Southern Illinois University, playing ice hockey, working at the golf course and hanging out with his friends.

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RESULTS: Yes, You CAN!

When I teach Zentangle classes, I am always delighted in the transformation that occurs in so many people… Nearly every person in these classes walk into the room questioning whether they really are creative, unsure if they really can do this. And just like that, they discovered that they could do it!

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COLLECTIONS: Tangling at Tower Hill

Here are the collective results from a recent Zentangle class with a wonderful group of women back in in June. Aren’t they beautiful? Marvel at this co-creativity! Zentangle is soooo easy to learn!  Go ahead: give yourself permission to explore, enjoy and embellish.

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RESULTS: Different, Yet the Same!

Zentangle is a delightfully easy and fun way to discover the artist within you that you never knew existed.  And while you are learning patterns, there’s still lots of room for creative interpretation. Read more

CREATE: Ten Tips for Terrific Tangling!

As Always, my hope and wish is that everyone who came to an Intro class will continue to Zentangle,  finding new and create ways to let your inner artist evolve.

In keeping with that, here are Ten Tips for Terrific Tangling: Read more

BEING HAPPY…

Zentangle is an easy to learn method of creating beautiful images from repetitive patterns. It is a fascinating new art form that is fun and relaxing, inspiring a feeling of happiness and zen. 

BEING CREATIVE…

Don’t think you’re creative? Think again!  Zentangle is an easy-to-learn method of creating beautiful images from repetitive patterns.  Click HERE to see a calendar of upcoming classes and events!

Finding Tangle Ideas in Nature

Patterns are everywhere, in both nature and man-made design.

Look around.  What do you see?

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