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Back to The Twilight [Zen]Zone

Back to The Twilight [Zen]Zone

Julie Willand

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 go back to the Twilight [Zen]Zone with this post from 2013... Begin previous post . . . Maria writes: My thoughts were wandering recently (actually they wander quite often, without...

The Shades of Gray between ZIA and Zentangle

The Shades of Gray between ZIA and Zentangle

Julie Willand

Molly writes: This topic comes up often. We see it discussed through different social media portals. People offer many different answers and often ask us to clarify it. The truth is the definition is a bit gray and we do not get so caught up in finding a fine line to land on. The term ZIA (Zentangle Inspired Art) was organically started to describe artworks that are not drawn on a Zentangle tile but still use the Zentangle Method in the creation of them. For instance a pair of shoes that are tangled, a large canvas covered with Zentangle art,...

Introducing Zentangle in the Early Years

Introducing Zentangle in the Early Years

Rick Roberts

Introducing Zentangle in the Early Years, is a peer reviewed study by Gillian McAuliffe, CZT and Sandra Hesterman. It evaluates five outcomes of a Zentangle practice for children during early development.  We first met Gillian McAuliffe when she travelled from Perth, Austraia to attend a Certified Zentangle Teacher (CZT) seminar. We hold our CZT seminars in the United States in the state of Rhode Island, which is about as far from Perth as you can get. We asked Gillian why she would travel so far to come to seminar. She told us she was school Principal in Perth. She had...