Micro Meetups

Welcome to C3 Micro Meetups: quick, informal, and fun weekly sessions to connect with the creative community and pick up a few tricks along the way.

Thursday, April 15 at 6:30 p.m.

The Zentangle Method is a way of creating beautiful images from structured, repetitive patterns that not only create exquisitely beautiful, abstract art, they are fun and relaxing to create. The process of creating Zentangles is a form of “artistic meditation” as one becomes completely engrossed in making each pattern, and anyone can do it! Starla Snead will walk you through five patterns and a final piece that integrates the five patterns. Please bring pen, pencil and paper to the workshop.

Starla is a mixed media artist from Bolingbrook, Illinois. Her passion is to take her multiple unique art forms and create pieces that unveil a sense of healing, power and comfort, giving you the emotional freedom that words alone cannot.

Starla began studying calligraphy in 2003 as a way to transition into her role as a stay-at-home mom. She became a professional engraver in 2011 and a Certified Zentangle® Teacher (CZT) in 2013.  Her company, Designs by Starla Gallery and Studio, features her bold and magnificent art pieces that span a variety of mediums including: glass, fabric, stone, wood, calf skin vellum and canvas. They all showcase her unique vision: to create, educate and inspire.

Register in advance for this Zoom meeting.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email link to participate in Zentangle.

Past Micro Meetups:

Checkout some of our past Micro Meetups on YouTube!

Word Games with Alicia Dale
Virtual Filmmaking
with Jeff Sweeton
Woodcut-Style Illustrations with Bryan “Breadwig” Ballinger
Snapseed Photo App
with Robert Potter
Comix Jam! Live Drawing
with George Berlin
Hand-Stitched Paper Art with Jenn Ross
iWatermark Photo App
with Robert Potter
Modern Metal Point Art
with Philip Karnezis
Paper Sculpture Design with George Berlin
Creativity Can Be Contagious
with Stephen Starr
Hot Stuff! Lampwork Glass Beads with Cynthia McEwen
Water-Based Painting for Illustration with George Berlin
Drink and Draw! with George Berlin and Bryan “Breadwig” Ballinger

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