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Ten to Zen(tangle).. Again.

Ten to Zen(tangle).. Again.

Molly Hollibaugh

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! In 2018, Molly writes... I recently came across this list. I was intrigued by it and searched around a bit for an author but kept coming up as Author Unknown.   10 to Zen Let...

My Zentangle Tool Box

My Zentangle Tool Box

Julie Willand

Julie writes... As Zentangle artists, we have more tools in our toolbox (pencil pouch?) than just our pens and paper. It has become abundantly clear over the past few months, that our most valuable tools are the philosophies and lessons we learn practicing the Zentangle Method. Sometimes when you start a tile, you have no idea where it is headed. You just tangle away, taking things one stroke at a time, free to move this way and that. Other times, when you start a tile, you have a plan. Maybe you were inspired by another tile or had a vision of...

Our Zentangle Logo

Our Zentangle Logo

Rick Roberts

From an email: “One of my students asked about the Zentangle logo. Where does it come from? What does the logo mean?  “I heard from one of my CZT [Certified Zentangle Teacher] friends that it was inspired by a Chinese character "口" which means "mouth", but it means also "enter". And Rick and Maria wanted to show "the enter of Zentangle" with the logo...? Sounds really beautiful but I'm not sure if this is correct or not. "I want to tell my students the correct information and would greatly appreciated it if you could help me with this question." Thank...