Laurel Hill Cemetery is one of the jewels of Philadelphia. Founded in 1836, it is the second oldest rural cemetery in the United States and home to some of the most beautiful artwork I've ever seen. AND I AM GETTING TO DO A ZENTANGLE CLASS THERE! Class participants will learn some traditional patterns, but I plan to introduce some patterns based on the stone work that can be found there. The Patterson Lion, shown here, has some lovely tangles on the base. The date of the class is November 6, and the session starts at 10:00 a.m. The workshop will wrap up at lunch time, leaving ample time for folks to take the cell phone tour of the oldest section of the cemetery.
I am a lover of words and language and the ways in which I can endlessly amuse myself with them. I am a writer, a self-taught artist, an eager listener, and a lifelong learner and now, a Certified Zentangle Teacher. Is that cool, or what?
If you are interested in learning more about my classes and want to reach me by email, send a message to TeeZeeTee@comcast.net!