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Another Side of Opus

Another Side of Opus

Bijou

In 2007, we started BLOG Zentangle and began our enjoyable series of conversations within our Zentangle community. In reading through these blog posts with their insightful comments, we decided to bring a few of them to your attention from time to time. It is easy, for me anyway, to sometimes think of old information as stale information. But these insights and conversations are anything BUT stale! We invite you to enjoy this post from 2015...   Begin previous post . . . Rick begins: This morning at breakfast I heard Maria laugh. "You have to read this," she said. And...

DingsplatZ to the Rescue!

DingsplatZ to the Rescue!

Maria Thomas

Maria writes... Another ordinary day in the life of a clumsy artist who is always spilling something on themselves. But, today I decided to embrace my clumsiness because the alternative would lead me to anxiety every time I go out, eat, paint, cook, clean, or whenever else I could possibly spill something. Unfortunately (or fortunately) a few days prior I endured a mishap at a lovely restaurant that my beloved and I had visited. In the midst of an interesting conversation, a notably tasty piece of gnocchi sprung from my fork, performing a perfect double somersault, and of course landing...

Reticula and Fragments

Reticula and Fragments

Bijou

Maria writes... Hi everyone. We thought we would take a more in-depth look at the Zentangle Collection of Reticula and Fragments book that we first offered last November at ZenAgain. We feel like this book deserves to have a more formal introduction. So, without further ado, here it is! Two years in the making. A “handbook”  to inspire us all in the subject of fragments, and of course reticula. A Zentangle Collection of Reticula and Fragments  At our Certified Zentangle Teacher (CZT) reunion in 2016, we asked our CZTs if they would be willing to contribute to a book we were...