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mi2 Resonance

mi2 Resonance

Rick Roberts

The other day I was reading Living Water by Olog Alexandersson. It is a book about Victor Schauberger and his discoveries about water.  When I got to this image on page 35, I saw the tangle mi2 in it. The text under the image reads, "Water Disturbance Pattern. A thin brush has been drawn in a straight line through a shallow tray of glycerine treated water, whose surface has been dusted with powder. (Schwenk method, photo by A.J. Wilkes)." I took this tile that was hanging on our porch wall and put it beside the picture. Sure enough . . . that's mi2, a...

Top Five Blogs of 2021!

Top Five Blogs of 2021!

Julie Willand

It is hard to believe another year has come and gone. As we look back on 2021, we are filled with gratitude for the Zentangle Community and the peace, calm and camaraderie that you bring, especially during difficult times. One of our favorite ways to connect with the Zentangle Community is here, through our Zentangle Blog. Over the years, you have helped us create a place for Zentangle ideas, problem solving and thought provoking conversations. At the end of each year, we like to take a look back at all of those conversations. This year, we shared 59 blog posts...

Forgiving

Forgiving

Maria Thomas

Maria writes: The other day, Rick and I were on our porch, enjoying talking with a friend. Of course, we ended up talking Zentangle. This gentleman was telling us about how his Zentangle practice was progressing. He was proud of what he had accomplished so far, and rightly so.  We got on the subject of how forgiving Zentangle art is, always giving us opportunities to create beyond what we had expected was possible that day.   The Zentangle "no mistakes" philosophy is a gift that keeps on giving. We all can make so-called "mistakes" in our art (and in the art of life)....