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CZT Family Tree: Julie Allison

CZT Family Tree: Julie Allison

Bijou

We always say that the Zentangle Method attracts really awesome people. We have had the pleasure of working with wonderful Certified Zentangle Teachers (CZT) all over the world and we are excited to share these wonderful people with the entire Zentangle Community. Through our series, CZT Family Tree, we will introduce individual CZTs. Today, we are excited to introduce Julie Allison! Julie writes... At school, art was not much fun as I just could not capture my teacher’s vision and always struggled through classes. My art rarely fell within the parameters of his course and we constantly debated the fact....

Tangled Up in the Weeds.. again

Tangled Up in the Weeds.. 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! ---+--- Molly writes... According to Wikipedia; A weed is a plant considered undesirable in a particular situation, "a plant in the wrong place". The term "weed" has no botanical significance, because a plant that is...

What's the Right Answer?

What's the Right Answer?

Rick Roberts

This email just came in: “Hi there. I’m from the UK and obsessed with watching Zentangle videos, but I don’t know where to start. I see you do lettering and would love to have some done for my friends. [She lists five names.]“Could you please make these as I'm too scared I’ll make mistakes.” Thank you so much for writing that email! Coincidentally, Maria and I were just talking about “right” answers. I appreciate your question because it brings out some core ideas behind the Zentangle Method. My upbringing included the idea that there are predetermined proper and improper ways...