Are you timid about combining Zentangle® (ZT) patterns and color? The 1st half of this combo class offers a fun and freeing exercise of wet-in-wet watercolor painting on large sheets of hot-press archival paper, using unique tools to achieve perfect colorful backgrounds for Zentangle tiles or Zentangle®-inspired art. The brushes, watercolor paint, (some shimmering and translucent), wax crayons, rock salt, saran wrap, and alcohol drops create rich and textured backdrops that take on their own shape (befitting of the ZT method).
Tiles, tiles, tiles . . . it’s hard to stop at just one! But what to do with all the Zentangles you’ve drawn? After a short lunch (bring your own) we will make a hardcover portfolio, ideal for displaying your Zentangle® tiles in style. This accordion-style booklet can store up to 24 of your favorite tangled tiles. Or you can intersperse the tiles with other small mementos.
Where: 1754 S. Grant St., Denver, CO
When: March 14, 9:00am-2:30pm
Price: $135 per person (Some materials and refreshments included). See materials list.
Minimum: Six or class will be cancelled and registration refunded in full
Reigster by March 11. If minimum not filled, notification of class cancellation will be sent on March 12.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations made up to 7 days prior to the class will be refunded. Cancellation after 7 days, there is no refund or credit.
• Watercolors (in tubes) of your choice — I prefer Doc Martin Hydrus liquid watercolor paint
• 140-lb hot press watercolor sheet 22x30 of your choice. I will have Arches available for purchase but any hot press sheet will work
• Watercolor brushes - an array of medium to large (50mm) . Fan brushes work well too as do old blush brushes
• Bone folder
• Roll of Saran wrap - can be generic kind
• Roll of paper towels
• Apron or artist smock
• Pencil HB or soft
Annie Will Provide (included in class price)
• Decorative cover papers (or bring your own)
• Ribbon (or bring your own)
• Bookbinding board
And these Materials to share
• Daniel Smith shimmering watercolors
• Rock salt
• Wax paper
• Book press
• Archival glue and brushes
• Pencil HB or soft