TangleU 2020 Class Listing
Core Teachers - Classes Monday - Wednesday - daytime
Amanda is making her debut with the TangleU Faculty this year. She is the woman behind Forget-me-not Tangles and joins us from Alaska. Amanda is best known for her feathers and will teach us her secrets while we create a unique colorful feather. Zentangle® has been a lifeline for Amanda as she overcame incredible challenges. Amanda is a dynamic and lovely woman and you won’t want to miss the opportunity to learn from her. You can get to know her better at Www.ForgetmenotTangles.com
This is Brian’s third year on the TangleU Faculty and we’re so happy to have him in our Core teacher line up this year! You know Brian as the author of “Zentangle® Dingbatz: Patterns & Projects for Dynamic Tangled Ornaments & Decorations”, Brian introduced the Dingbatz craze to the TangleU community in 2018 and we have proudly watched his success in publishing! This year Brian will take us on and adventure with Mooka! With the Zentangle® principles as his guide Brian will take us to Paris 1920 with Mooka inspired lettering and tangled creations!
I have been following Romi on social media and was honored to meet her and see her fabulous work at TangleU last year. Romi will debut her TangleU Faculty teaching position this year! Romi will teach us her fabulous colored pencil tangling techniques with a lovely tangled project on a wooden surface! You can get to know Romi’s on her website at http://tangledyogi.com .
This is Lynn’s third year teaching at Tangle U. Lynn is known for her Tangled Decks which show us tangle step outs in a professional, beautiful and portable way! This year Lynn will teach a most creative class on fragments! The process reminds me of quilting and will open your eyes to the design possibilities available to us when we flip, rotate and think out of the box and 4 dots! Visit with Lynn at https://atanglersmind.com
Mary Beth Schoonover
Mary Beth attended the first ever Tangle U and all but one since then! Mary Beth was a “Pop-Up” artist last year and we all loved her tangling on everything from paper to teabags and on fabric! This year Mary Beth joins the Faculty for the first time teach a colorful rose mandala on an apron! You will love this project and it’s perfect to bring back to your students!