Off to Sante Fe

     View a YouTube, join Marisa Pawelko, author of Crazy-Cool Duct Tape Projects, as she shows you how to make her Petal Point bracelet from colorful duct tape.

Marissa Pawelko with Duct Tape

     May is my month for a little R&R… I am resting up to get in gear for my next class schedule and art adventure. Sante Fe, New Mexico is one of my favorite art stops. I go out to visit my sister Amy every year – and this year I am teaching a few classes.
   
    
      Artisan is a fantastic art store full of every type of art material you could want or need. The Artisan store is BIG – and has a wonderful selection of decorative papers, canvas by the foot, paints, supplies and brushes for every art form.  They will be hosting a mini-workshop for me in their Artisan Art Spot in June.
Zentangle® and Mini Journals             Saturday            June 8  1:30-3:00
      If you love art journaling and want to explore Zentangle, come along and join the fun. We’ll create a few Tangles and we’ll make a mini  journal with watercolors, markers, and shading. This is a great introduction for you. I’ll have all the supplies so come tangle with me! 
Mini Art Journals for Friendship traces and gifts.
     I also adore the local stamp store in Sante Fe, Guadalupe’s StampaFe Art Stamps. Every time I visit their store, I come away so enthused. When I use their fun stamps in a project or book I get many requests for how to purchase them. I am thrilled to be teaching workshops at their store in June. 
Zentangle 102 – Zendalas, Colors & Beads Friday       June 14  9:00-3:00
     Learn new tangles and explore tangle variations.
Day by Day Journals Saturday        June 15   8:00-1:00
     Record your life’s journey, design day-by-day pages.
Intuitive Art Journal Sunday         June 16   9:00-3:00
    Mixed media and creativity with color, paints, images and more. 
  
Intuitive art journal – this class is so colorful, fun and creative!
Zentangle pattern, enjoy and create!!

              Zentangle #120



Twister


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One thought on “Off to Sante Fe”

  1. Hi Suzanne, Not sure if it’s just me or another problem. …your tangle pattern #120 just shows a blank…. this hsppened again recently when I wss directed to a tangle on your blog…hopefully this can be fixed as I love following your work!
    Kind regards
    Suzanne

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