Zentangle® /Anything is possible one stroke at a time…™
What is Z e n t a n g l e®?
- An intuitive art form, especially for people who think they are not artistic,
- A creative experience particularly for those who think they are not creative,
- Yoga for your brain™,
- A technique enjoyed by all ages and skill levels,
- A relaxation and meditative experience.
Zentangle is an easy to learn method of creating beautiful images from repetitive patterns. The Zentangle art form and method was created by Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas. Zentangle is a registered trademark of Zentangle, Inc. Learn more at zentangle.com.
Fun for Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere
Anyone can create a Zentangle. If you can hold a pen and write your name you can create a beautiful piece of art – starting with your very first class.
“People who are sure they are not ‘creative, artistic, or talented’ are always delighted and surprised to see what they can create.” – 80 year old class attendee
Anytime you have a few minutes you can enter a state of quiet and focus and work on a Zentangle tile, which is a 3.5 inches square piece of high quality paper.
Creating this art is an abstract, yet intentional, process where each stroke is done mindfully. There are no mistakes and no expectations to get in the way of being in the moment with your pen and tile.
Anywhere you can find a surface to work on the 3.5 inch square tile you can create your artwork. The portability of the materials offers a wonderful way to use time spent waiting for appointments or transportation, or for embellishing a journal page. It is also a perfect way to transition into the “zone” of focus and flow.
Maureen Stott is a CT Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT), Access Consciousness Bars and Access Consciousness Body Process Facilitator, and a Certified Zentangle Teacher (CZT) in Vernon, CT.
She teaches Zentangle classes in Vernon and is available for retreats, conference breakout sessions, or classes held in your home or office.
“Zentangle® /Anything is possible one stroke at a time…™” by Rick Roberts & Maria Thomas
“Yoga for your brain™” by Sandra Bartholomew