In Zentangle Project Pack No. 10, we learned there are many stories that lie beneath the surface and history of the Zentangle Method. Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas, the founders of Zentangle, share many of these stories through their own artwork, teachings, travels and interactions.
One particular story we often tell is Rick and Maria’s shared fascination with geometry and the divine proportion or phi ratio, which is related to the Fibonacci sequence. Discovering and studying how patterns in nature, art, architecture and even behavior resonate with geometric proportions continues to be a significant part of their journey together.
We welcome you to join us as we continue this journey in a Zentangle way.
Don't panic though! Just as the sunflower and the nautilus did not consult a calculator to grow, the lessons within this project pack require no mathematical planning or skills. We will explore yet another framework within which tangles can grow, live and thrive. We will dig deep into the concept of Reticula and Fragments and take pleasure in the delicate techniques of shading with both graphite and color.
And then we will sit back and admire it all with gratitude and appreciation.
This Zentangle Project Pack includes a brand-new member of the Zentangle family. Currently it will only be available in Zentangle Project Pack No. 11. (We challenge you not to peek until the videos are released on September 20, 2020!)
We will release the Zentangle Project Pack No. 11 videos beginning Sunday, September 20, 2020, via our newsletter and website.