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Early Zentangle Thoughts

Early Zentangle Thoughts

Maria Thomas

This week in our Back to Basics series, Maria reflects on some early ideas they had about the Zentangle Method.  Enjoy! --- + --- Maria writes:In the early days, when Zentangle was just a smile in our hearts, Rick and I knew that this new thing we happened upon, would be totally and inexplicably magical.  We were obsessed with sharing this drawing system with whoever would dare to listen.  I had dreams about how it would grow, by leaps and bounds. But my initial thoughts about who would love this new artform was …  wait, wait, get this … children. ...

Through our conversations about mental health this past month, we were thrilled to learn about the work that Gale Sherman is doing at the Sister José Women’s Center and are pleased that we can share her story with the Zentangle Community!   --- + --- Gale Writes... Mental Health Awareness Month & Sister José Women’s Center: Sisters Helping Sisters    Many of those currently without homes (usually referred to as “homeless”) have mental health issues. They range from severe and chronic issues to those brought on by their current living situation. Homelessness not only robs the victims of dignity but also...

Zentangle Apprentice Project Pack No. A1

Zentangle Apprentice Project Pack No. A1

Molly Hollibaugh

Molly writes...  To say that is has been one of the greatest pleasures in my life to have had many opportunities to tangle along with children is an understatement. It truly has been a gift. Many years ago, when I started teaching The Zentangle Method I assumed I would only teach adults. After only a few classes I was approached by a woman in my town and asked if I would teach a group of kids. Initially, I thought that I was not trained to teach children and that I wouldn’t be very good at it. I am not sure...