Tangled Lines

Zentangle drawing is a process that utilizes paper, pencil and pen. No mistakes, just right! This method of doodling helps to build confidence, improve focus and develop dexterity.  It can also reduce stress!  By creating zentangles, you will build a repertoire of patterns and designs from which to start future art projects or more intricate zentangles.

Come learn to zentangle.  Saturday, February 9th, 10 am – 12 pm, Marvin Auditorium.  Stop in and spend some time tangling.  No previous experience necessary.  Ages 9-Adult.

Check out these books from the stacks:

Zentangles Untangled

              

One Zentangle a Day       

 

Betsy Roe

Betsy is the associate curator and museum educator at the Sabatini Gallery. She has an MFA from the University of Missouri with a major in Fibers. Betsy has taught art classes at UMKC, Kansas City Art Institute and Washburn University. As an artist, her work is sculptural fibers and focuses on ecological concerns such as the preservation of Kansas prairies in the Flint Hills.

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