Margaret Bremner – Enthusiastic Artist

I mention Margaret Bremner’s blog, Enthusiastic Artist, often to my students and last week I had the pleasure of teaching a young woman from Saskatoon where Margaret teaches, so her name came up several times.  As a fellow Canadian, I follow Margaret’s...

Get the kids tangling, too!

How old do kids have to be to learn Zentangle?  Well, how old are they now? You can tangle with kids as soon as they are old enough to hold a pencil.  Kids of all ages love it!  Children as young as three have tangled with parents and grandparents. They just love to...

‘Muster Quelle’ is a great ‘Pattern Source’

I’ve recently discovered patternsource.eu, and what a find! This website is called ‘Muster quelle’ in German, which translates to “Sample source for you” and is from Tom & Ele Rieger (CZT) and Annette Plaga-capelin (CZT) with Anya Ipsen (CZT) and Ludmila Blum....

The Creator’s Leaf – Alice Hendon, CZT

As soon as I became hooked on Zentangle (which was a week into my journey back in 2015) I started looking around for other tanglers. I wanted to see what they did and just drink in all the wonderful images I could find. One of my earliest sources of inspiration was...

Tangling to Go

Have you got a few minutes?  Sure! When it comes to tangling I’ll take any few minutes that come my way.  The nice thing about Zentangle is that while most tiles are small enough to complete in a short time it doesn’t mean they HAVE to be completed in one sitting. I...

Book Review: Tips for Tangling

Tips for Tangling by Maureen Stott CZT Do you remember your first lesson with a Certified Zentangle Teacher? Do you remember talking about breathing, appreciation, materials, and all those things that make Zentangle so special? If you are looking for a way to...