Saturdays, November 11, January 20, February 17 10:00 - 11:30 am Suggested donation: $25-45 for each session Register for the ones you can attend - all three or only one. Facilitator: Sylvie Gudin
Zentangle-inspired Art is the practice of mindfully drawing images from repetitive and structured patterns. It becomes a form of artistic meditation as one becomes completely engrossed in making each pattern, deliberately focusing on one stroke at a time. The “tangles” are stylized or abstract, non-representative images created by drawing a series of dots, lines, simple curves and circles. The creativity options and pattern combinations are boundless. There are no mistakes, only opportunities in Meditative Zentangle-inspired Art!
This art form:
Increases focus and creativity;
Provides artistic satisfaction;
Increases a sense of personal well-being;
Teaches you to slow down and pay attention to details; and
Is easy to learn, fun, and relaxing!
Anyone can do Zentangle-inspired art! No artistic training or natural gifts are needed. These classes are for those ages 16+ Limit of 8 participants.
When: Saturdays, November 11, January 20, & February 17 10:00 - 11:30 am Register for all or one Registration deadlines: November 8, January 17, & February 14 Cost: Suggested donation: $25-45. If this amount would keep you from attending, please donate what you are able to. All art supplies are included. Facilitator: Sylvie Gudin
Sylvie Gudin is an artist, spiritual director, and graduate of Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary who began experimenting with Zentangle Art about two years ago. She finds it to be a meditative practice that helps quiet her mind, focus thoughts, and bring her to the present moment . An accomplished water color painter, she also enjoys laughing, reading in bed, walking in the countryside and anything that involves creativity. She is married to Brent Koehn and lives in Elkhart, IN.