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Reticula and Fragments

Reticula and Fragments

Bijou

Maria writes... Hi everyone. We thought we would take a more in-depth look at the Zentangle Collection of Reticula and Fragments book that we first offered last November at ZenAgain. We feel like this book deserves to have a more formal introduction. So, without further ado, here it is! Two years in the making. A “handbook”  to inspire us all in the subject of fragments, and of course reticula. A Zentangle Collection of Reticula and Fragments  At our Certified Zentangle Teacher (CZT) reunion in 2016, we asked our CZTs if they would be willing to contribute to a book we were...

Playtime

Playtime

Bijou

Molly writes... I was driven into thought by my Mom’s recent blog post about childhood play. I ponder the value of play quite often. I have small children and I am enamored and warmed by their practice of constant play. I recently attended a lecture by the author Peter Gray and was very much inspired by his work illuminating the power of play for children. And while I continue to agree passionately with the importance of “play” during childhood, my thoughts today are concerned with us grown up folks.    I looked up the definition of play in the dictionary and found...

Tangling in the Bahamas

Tangling in the Bahamas

Rick Roberts

In November of 2018, The Island School invited Maria, Molly, Martha, and me to give Zentangle workshops on the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas. The Island School is an inspiring combination of outward bound, coming of age, rigorous scholastics, physical exertion, and personal development. Co-founded by Chris and Pam Maxey, and designed for high school sophomores and juniors, "the Island School experience culminates in the beginning of a lifelong educational journey, with more self-confident students leaving as engaged global citizens, empowered to be active leaders of their generation . . . " preparing students for real world problems and challenges by...