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A Bug’s Life in a Zentangle World

Zentangle inspired bug by Certified Zentangle Teacher Samantha Taylor Sakura Color Products just released this fun, new video showing how you can create Zentangle-inspired art using their pens.   CZT Samantha Taylor of Marsh Harbor Studio in NC made this Sakura of America. It’s a stop motion video featuring colorful tangled beetles that she creates during her Zentangle workshops. In the video she tangles her tile and a beetle with Pigma Graphic,...

Unexpected Results

One of the unique and beautiful things about Zentangle® is that you never know what your end result is going to look like. It’s like getting a special present when you are finished. Today when I completed a Zentangle-inspired piece, I was pleasantly surprised with my finished work. And, it is the gift that keeps on giving. With each turn of the work, I get a new present each time. This is the first time that the unknown outcome has delivered such a...

Zentangle® in Practice

A fellow Certified Zentangle Teacher’s (CZT) husband is a therapist who recently began a public blog, sharing some of his observations ‘from his chair‘. What’s the significance? Among his missives are several excellent posts on Zentangle and how they relate outside the work of art box. Zentangle is truly a gift that can adapt to so many uses. It’s benefits are many. Once more I find myself expressing my gratitude by sharing...

Zentangle®-Inspired ATC Project

I recently joined a group of individuals who share Zentangle-inspired art through the mail. Similar in concept to the chain letters of the past, when the mood strikes you, you send out a piece of art to someone on the ‘official’ list. Unlike a chain letter, you get to pick and choose the person you send your art to, and there is no obligation to ever send anything. However, I feel compelled to participate (as I should, after all I did sign...