Well my goodness...it sure took a long time to finish this journal page. I started it back in August. Just goes to show the my life is pretty eclectic these days and with the pandemic, the holiday, and lots of activities to partake of here at University Oaks...I am not in the studio all that much!
This was the wreath that decorated our apartment door for the holidays. Nothing like a little Zentangle for keeping calm.
One afternoon I helped make some gingerbread houses to decorate the common rooms. THAT was messy but fun.
These two little books were gifts to my first two great grandchildren who live in CA. More about them another day. They were wrapped and sent back with their grandmother, my daughter Beth, earlier this week. I covered them with my hand painted Gelli-print papers.
Just a note about my new "set up" for teaching Zentangle here at Oakwood...I wear a head set mike, and have a document camera attached to my computer and am able to project on the TV screen. That makes it pretty easy to follow instructions! I've taught two classes and have another scheduled for February.
I am taking an on-line art class from Pat Southern-Pearce in January. Really looking forward to it. Look her up. She works almost exclusive on toned paper in multi media.
We were able to see many of our family over the holidays...We hosted two parties here at our apartment and that was great fun. And we attended some parties with our families. We are triple vaccinated but at our age we know we are vulnerable. Our church is meeting in person again at least for now, masked and distanced. We are so praying that everyone will be vaccinated soon so we can maybe get this under control. Everyone is so weary of the pandemic.
Please everyone stay safe in the New Year.