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Sometimes our tangles have stories or tales behind the pen strokes and sometimes our pen strokes inspire stories or tales. When Maria posts a tile on the Zentangle Mosaic App she almost always shares with us some sort of creative narrative. Her words range from inspiring thoughts to fanciful tales. We thought we would share with you some of these parings in a blog series we are calling Maria’s Meanderings. --- + --- Maria writes... The huggins appeared first. Nice enough. But it needed some. . . drama to make you look twice. I love the “curvitudes” of gourdgeous, and...

Bijou Speaks: Deliberate Strokes

Bijou Speaks: Deliberate Strokes

Julie Willand

 In 2014, we were thrilled to announce a new member of the Zentangle Community. It was a celebratory time when Bijou the snail slowly and lovingly glided his way into our hearts and lives. We immediately fell in love with the unique character Bijou shared with us, and most of all we all, we embraced the stories and messages Bijou has told us that align with the Zentangle Method. As we move along on this tangled journey we have learned, when Bijou speaks, we listen.In this Blog series we explore some of our favorite thoughts, quotes, stories and Bijou-isms. Enjoy! ---+---...

mi2 Resonance

mi2 Resonance

Rick Roberts

The other day I was reading Living Water by Olog Alexandersson. It is a book about Victor Schauberger and his discoveries about water.  When I got to this image on page 35, I saw the tangle mi2 in it. The text under the image reads, "Water Disturbance Pattern. A thin brush has been drawn in a straight line through a shallow tray of glycerine treated water, whose surface has been dusted with powder. (Schwenk method, photo by A.J. Wilkes)." I took this tile that was hanging on our porch wall and put it beside the picture. Sure enough . . . that's mi2, a...