, Newburyport, MA


January 30, 2014

Untangling Zentangle

Salisbury instructor teaches a relaxing form of art


Each class level introduces new “tangles,” increasing in complexity.

“The magic happens when shading makes your designs pop into 3-D,” Scott said. “It isn’t difficult. I’ll show you how. And you’ll be surprised at the results. Even those who think they cannot draw are astonished at how beautiful their creations become.”


What: Zentangle classes with Donna Scott

When: Tuesdays from 6 to 8 p.m. and Sundays from 2 to 4 p.m.

Where: 134 Beach Road, Salisbury

How much: $35 per two-hour class; all materials are included

More information: 978-499-9280

The 11 steps of Zentangle

1. Relax

2. Breathe

3. Admire the paper and tools

4. Appreciate the opportunity

5. Draw the border

6. Draw the string within it

7. With the pen, draw the tangles

8. With the pencil, shade in the tangles

9. With the pen, initial the front, sign, date and comment on the back

10. Reflect and appreciate

11. Admire close-up and at arm’s length

— Beckah Krahula, certified Zentangle teacher

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