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November 2007
Zentangle baseball Greetings!

We just had a great online Zentangle seminar. Big thanks to Jacqui Graham and Artists of the Roundtable for inviting us. Everyone was patient with our technical bumps. So many joined our meeting that we overloaded Yahoo!'s bandwidth!

We look forward to more online meetings and will get some Zentangle video up on YouTube.

At our seminar we showed some Zentangles from our home (like this baseball). Below is some of what we showed and more.

And . . . We just had a wedding (our daughter!). That's why you haven't heard from us in a while. Lot's of wedding Zentangle images to show in our next newsletter.
Zentangles in ActionGnome with Zentangles

It's easy and fun to find Zentangles in our home.

On our baseball (above) Maria and I each did one intertwined half -- nice symbolism mixed with a bit of romance.
Here, a gnome dangles a Zentangle mobile from our ceiling.

On my desk are three Zentangles in one of our custom frames. Our daughter Molly's Zentangle is on the right. Nick's Zentangle is on the left. And in the middle is one they did together. As they said in their wedding invitations, they were "drawn together."

We offer several formats of these leaded glass frames  that are custom made just for Zentangles here.

Nick and Molly's in frame
Maria drew a Zentangle on her step stool . . .

Step Stool

. . . on our bathroom wall . . .

Bathroom Wall
. . . and when a roof repair left a hole in our wall, around the hole!

Plater Hole
We drew Zentangles on our teapot, using a Chalk Ink Marker. Next to our teapot is one of Nick's Zentangles in another of our custom frames.

I took these pictures with my camera that has Zentangles drawn on it with a Sakura Gelly Roll Glaze pen.

Porch PillarWe even have Zentangles on our front entryway porch pillar!

Even though we drew Zentangles on different surfaces with different tools, they are all based on our system of string and tangle that we teach in our Zentangle kit.

Thank you for joining us on this brief visit to our home.

We hope this inspires you to take your own Zentangle journeys to new, surprising and fun destinations.

See you soon!

Best regards,

Rick and Maria
About Zentangle
Zentangle is an easy to learn and relaxing method of creating beautiful images from repetitive patterns.

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