New Zentangle workshop starting June 29th  
Tuesdays 10.30 to 12. - small group with maximum of 8 people via zoom. £40 for all four sessions or £50 including starter pack (uk postage included)
The Zentangle© Method is about slowing down, focussing and putting one stroke at a time on the paper, not worrying or thinking what the next line is going to be. No expectations, just taking in the moment and enjoying what you are doing. It's finding a sanctuary in a little piece of paper, at the end of which you are rewarded with a beautiful drawing and feeling so calm and relaxed.

Result of one of the Facebook Live Glass sessions in the March 2020  Lockdown

Some of the fused glass flowers I have created including some commission prototypes

I love creating without limits as it is my happy place. I use fused glass as my main mediums All my pieces are one of a kind and I love challenging myself so commissions are my speciality.

 

I also create art using the Zentangle© Method of drawing. This is my mindful meditation and my zen creative space.  

 

I am also passionate about sharing the process of creativity with others which is why I also love running workshops. 

As a Certified Zentangle© teacher I have increased the number of Zentangle workshops as so many people young and old are finding them so helpful.

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What you are saying.....

Loved the session this morning, The timing was just right not rushed and neither too slow. You explained everything clearly so we could tangle without having to interrupt you.I love the session and it, for me, is a perfect start to the week. Thank you once again Mary.

Thank you very much indeed for what was a most enjoyable and inspiring first session. The links with mindfulness, meditation and gratitude are particularly apt for the present moment. It is so lovely to be able to create a small haven of calm amid the current 'perfect storm' 

Thank you for Friday's session. The gentle pace and time for slowing down whilst still moving hands to draw is so therapeutic. It seems such a beautiful practice and I look forward to the next session