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Zentangle Master Class Video – Part 2

Continuing with our 2-part series of video by Suzanne McNeill from this summer’s Zentangle Master Class for CZTs, here is my summary of the content of Part 2 so you can locate segments quickly (drag the slider button):

0:15 – Mimi Lempart – Florence MA – CAT-KIN (Pussy willow) pattern
1:37  – Tricia Faraone – Warwick, RI – Egyptian-inspired tangle
3:41 – Marion “Mickey” Weitsen – AL – tassle pattern
6:12 – Jeannine Bellarosa – Grafton, MA – tattoo
6:31 – Barbara Jean Rogers – Uniontown OH – BJEAN pattern
7:22 – Janet Smith – Melbourne FL – Zentangle on t-shirts
8:03 – Kim Smith – MN – Zentangle and stencils
8:39 – Angie Vangalis – Coppell TX – ANGIE pattern
8:44 – Patsy Monk – Womauma FL – watercolor and Zentangle

In case you missed it, Part 1 of Suzanne’s video series is located here.

4 comments to Zentangle Master Class Video – Part 2

  • Mimi Lempart

    Linda~Thanks for the great work you’re doing to organize the growing volume of Zentangle patterns. I’m the first presenter on the Master Class video pt. 2 and would like to clarify the name of the pussy willow pattern–it’s called Cat-kin. When I teach Zentangle workshops I always cite as an invaluable resource.

    • Linda Farmer

      Thanks Mimi, correction noted! And a “growing volume of Zentangle patterns” it is, indeed. Thanks too for referring your students to!

  • Danni O'Brien

    Thanks so much for the video. It’s inspirational to see the CZT group in action. I’m looking forward to taking a master’s class in the future. Zentangle on!

  • Sharon

    Loved watching these videos!.
    I was wondering if anyone can tell me what pencils Patsy Monk was using in her Zentangle?

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