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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...

Ten to Zen(tangle)

Julie Willand

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 go of comparing Let go of competing Let go of judgements Let go of anger Let go of regrets Let go of worrying Let go of blame Let go of guilt Let go of fear Have a proper belly laugh at least once a day. - Author Unknown   Zentangle is not Zen. They are for sure two very different things. However there are some overlaps I...

How Many Mosaics?

Rick Roberts

Rick writes: I want your advice. This post contains math. I think it’s right, but I’m not sure. To all you math wizards (or friends of math wizards), please tell me how I did. It’s a good story even without the math. I’d love to read your thoughts. Thank you!                                 -----+----- About a year after our Zentangle adventure began, a friend and CEO of a regional corporation invited Maria and me to give a Zentangle workshop at his company’s annual meeting for executives and managers. We gave our workshop after their lunch and before their meeting. About 40 people were there. The tables were arranged in...