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Gratitude and Zentangle

Zentangle in Cala

Zentangle in Cala at Fort Worth Japanese Festival

I became a Certified Zentangle (CZT) Teacher in May 2010. My journey since then has been nothing less than amazing to me. I recently volunteered in a booth for the Texas Lettering Arts Council featuring Zentangle at one of the Great American Scrapbook Convention venues. I relayed my story to one of my co-volunteers. She seemed to hang on every word, then shared with me her observation: the Zentangle had opened my mind and space to new possibilities. I couldn’t agree more with her.

I had felt something was missing from my life for a very long time.Each time I would call Zentangle headquarters, I always shared how grateful I was for them bringing art back into my life. Amazing doors have opened to me ever since. For that, I am forever grateful.

Come, let’s tangle together!

Zentangle in Cala

Zentangle in Cala at Fort Worth Japanese Festival

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  2. Right on Donna! I feel that the type/style of artwork I love to do, and am good at, has finally been validated after years of feeling that it was too pretty, too decorative, too non-painty (despite appreciation and sales).
    –Margaret

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