Annapolis studio teaches the art of mindfulness in ‘Zentangle’ class

By NAOMI HARRIS | CAPITAL GAZETTE |SEP 27, 2019 | 3:15 PM Kathy Dennin-Meagher opens a recent Zentangle class at her Annapolis studio by letting her students know that despite appearances, the drawing technique is not doodling: The method requires a mindful and purposeful approach. Zentangle calls on students to use shapes and lines to create complicated drawings. Last

“Weather on the Water” Annapolis Arts Alliance Show Celebrates the Elements

by Sandra Olivetti Martin and Kathy Knotts with Krista BougheyAs published in Bay Weekly July 2019 Weather plays out in high drama on the Bay’s big stage. In stormy weather, clouds sweep the sky in roiling 3D Technicolor, complete with sound and light effects. In calmer weather, the blue sky repeats itself in blue water.

Will the real watercolor brush please stand out?

Why is it so hard to find a good watercolor brush? It might be because every brush manufacture makes what they call a “watercolor” brush. In the madness to determine what really is a good tool, I have simplified what to look for when purchasing one. BRISTLES: First, try if you can to sample (yes