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Almost twenty years ago, Rick and Maria were inspired to share a method of drawing to help people rediscover the artist within. This drawing method broke down the creation of beautiful art to simple strokes, creating a very easy to learn art form. Before any stroke is made on paper and upon the completion of a tile, the steps of the Zentangle Method are wrapped with Gratitude and Appreciation. Intertwined with the marks on the paper are the philosophies that travel off the paper and into our lives: No Mistakes, Anything is Possible, Tangle Your Own Conclusions, and Turn your...

Gratitude

Gratitude

Julie Willand

In the spirit of our Thanksgiving holiday later this week, we wanted to express our gratitude for the Zentangle Community and share with you this gourdgeous blog from 2021. --- + --- Gratitude (noun) is the feeling of appreciation or thanks. We talk about gratitude often. It is not a coincidence that it is the first (and last!) step in the Zentangle Method. It is something we strive to practice in everything that we do. One of joys of gratitude is that this feeling is felt all over the world. Much like the Zentangle Method, it transcends borders, cultures, languages and backgrounds....

CZT Family Tree: Ann Baum

CZT Family Tree: Ann Baum

Bijou

We always say that the Zentangle Method attracts really awesome people. We have had the pleasure of working with wonderful Certified Zentangle Teachers (CZT) all over the world and we are excited to share these wonderful people with the entire Zentangle Community. Through our series, CZT Family Tree, we will introduce individual CZTs. Today, we are excited to introduce Ann Baum! --- + ---  Name: Ann Baum. CZT#: 36. Hometown: Sacramento, CA. Favorite tangle: Tipple, any dots or orbs. Favorite place to tangle: My sun room studio. How I use the Zentangle Method in my life: Teaching art to...