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FAA hosts potluck and Zentangle class in July


Last updated 7/14/2018 at 2:42pm

Examples of Zentangle by Linda Doll. Zentangle is an easy-to-learn method of creating beautiful images from repetitive patterns.

FALLBROOK – There will be no general meeting for the Fallbrook Art Association in July, but a potluck will be held July 21 at the Fallbrook Women's Club, 238 W. Mission Road. Members are asked to bring their favorite dish, along with its recipe.

Paints and canvasses will be provided for a fun activity – members can contribute their artistic skills to collaboratively create two abstract, free-form paintings in primary colors.

Usually the months of July and August are dark for FAA. This year, however, a special workshop has been added for July 28. "Zentangle" will be taught by artist Linda A. Doll from 1 to 4 p.m. July 28 at the Fallbrook Women's Club. Zentangle is a relaxing, fun and easy-to-learn method of creating images by drawing structured patterns.

Doll is a painter, digital photographer, graphic artist, instructor and juror. A teacher of workshops and seminars throughout the U.S., Mexico, Canada, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Ireland and Bali, Doll is a past-president and life member of the National Watercolor Society; a past board member and juror of the American Watercolor Society, and a past board member of Watercolor West.

Doll is a life honorary member of the Federation of Canadian Artists and an elected life member of the San Diego Watercolor Society. Her paintings and drawings are included in many books and have been used by several magazines for their covers. Doll is included in many of the "Who's Who" publications including Who's Who in American Art and Who's Who of American Women.

The workshop is open to both beginners and advanced painters, members and non-members. The cost for members is $40 ($35 to the artist, $5 to FAA), and the cost for non-members is $50 ($45 to the artist, $5 to FAA). To register, call Carol Reardon at (760) 731-6677. Participants need to register in advance by sending in checks to reserve a spot. Reardon will then email a list of supplies to bring, and the class agenda.


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