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First Day of Zentangle 2017

Rick Roberts

"On the First Day of Zentangle . . ." On the first stroke of Zentangle R and M began,  With white squares and simple black lines In the fall of 2003, Rick and Maria developed the Zentangle Method. In these early days of its conception they decided that the method would use a 3.5" square white piece of high quality artist paper.  In the photo above, Alfie holds an example of the first Zentangle tile design. This is the first tile that Molly tangled. They knew right away that they wanted to work small. The idea behind this was to help...

CZT Family Tree: Ela Rieger

Julie Willand

CZT Family Tree 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 Ela Rieger  -----+----- Name: Ela Rieger                                                                              CZT#:19Hometown: Kirchberg an der Murr near Stuttgart, Germany Favorite place to tangle: In the summer I love to draw a breath of fresh air with the noise and the chirping of...

A European 3Z Frenzy!

Julie Willand

Julie writes: When I pick up a tile to start tangling, I usually just reach for a blank tile.  I have nothing against the pre-strung tiles but I always savor the act of putting down 4 dots, a border and then my own string. I feel like it is an extension of me. The only exception is when I am tangling on the 3Z tiles. I love the pre-strung 3Z tiles. There are six different strings, and my favorite thing about them is that they all fit together. It was for this reason that I chose the pre strung 3Z tiles...