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Sand Tangling in Wales

Sand Tangling in Wales

Rick Roberts

We received this treasure from Lesley Roberts, CZT in the UK. Her letter explains it all. Enjoy! ______  Hello Rick, Maria and everyone at Zentangle, I hope all is well.  I thought you might enjoy seeing these photos and videos of a beautiful sand circle created by some UK CZTs on Tenby North Beach (Pembrokeshire, Wales) last Wednesday.   I was leading a workshop there for some CZTs and had organised for us to create a sand circle with local sand artist Marc Treanor who I had met up with on a previous trip.  It was all weather permitting – as heavy...

Elegance of Limits

Elegance of Limits

Molly Hollibaugh

Molly writes... In Project Pack 06, we brought forward the discussion and intention of one of the most profound philosophies of the Zentangle Method, “No Mistakes.” We told a story of an experience that Maria had years ago as a platform to discuss the No Mistakes philosophy. You can learn more about this story through project pack 06, but the gist of the story is that she encountered an unfortunate scenario with a very much-treasured journal. She was put into a situation where she had choices about how she could look at the situation. Some might call this perspective. We...

No Mistakes, Only Mistangle...

No Mistakes, Only Mistangle...

Bijou

Not too long ago, I was browsing through the Zentangle Mosaic app, and saw a tile that caught my eye. It was by Eva Wu, a CZT from Taiwan. I was mesmerized by this tile, not sure if I could say why exactly. Then I read what she wrote about it. "It was a mistake, a beautiful one." I messaged her and asked to hear how this tile came to be. Eva replied, with a lovely account of her journey. She agreed to let us post it on our Zentangle Blog.  And the rest, as they say. . .  is...