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Our Zentangle Logo

Our Zentangle Logo

Rick Roberts

From an email: “One of my students asked about the Zentangle logo. Where does it come from? What does the logo mean?  “I heard from one of my CZT [Certified Zentangle Teacher] friends that it was inspired by a Chinese character "口" which means "mouth", but it means also "enter". And Rick and Maria wanted to show "the enter of Zentangle" with the logo...? Sounds really beautiful but I'm not sure if this is correct or not. "I want to tell my students the correct information and would greatly appreciated it if you could help me with this question." Thank...

Zentangle Apprentice™ brings the Zentangle Method and experience to our youngest generation.   Children around the world are creating amazing pieces of art using the Zentangle Method. What is fascinating about the Zentangle Method is that it stretches across cultures, religions, media and ages without having to alter the content of the method. Though the Zentangle Method itself changes very little whether you're working with children or adults, we thought it would be fun to create some lessons and materials for children (of all ages) to create with the Zentangle Method.   During these unprecedented times, we at Zentangle HQ are...

Beauty in All Things

Beauty in All Things

Rick Roberts

"Beauty in all things." That’s what Maria said this morning when she saw the patterns of light and dark in the foam of the coffee I brought to her. When we teach a Zentangle class we remind students to relax and sit comfortably. We encourage them to notice their posture and their breathing. We suggest that they do not need to hold their pen with a tight grip. When you are comfortable and relaxed, when you have a nice posture and your breath flows easily, when the grip on your pen is gentle; then, your strokes flow more easily. It...