B4080. Zentangle 12, Workbook: Techniques in Black and White / McNeill & Shepard B4080. Zentangle 12: Techniques in Black and White (Workbook Edition) by Suzanne McNeill and Cindy Shepard. 2015. 32pp. 8.5"x11". Paper
Explore the latest and coolest tangle techniques in Zentangle 12! Inside you'll discover 30 original new tangle designs and a host of innovative ways to expand your black-and-white horizons. Start by creating unforgettable artworks with the exciting "dark-light" Japanese design concept of Notan. Add to your tangling repertoire with punched shapes, torn paper, stencils, inkblots, clayboard, straw blowing, and more. Then practice all the fun new methods you've learned in a bonus 16-page workbook.
B4051. 500 Tangled Artworks / Krahula B4051. 500 Tangled Artworks: A Showcase of Inspired Illustrated Designs by Beckah Krahula. 2014. 176pp. 8.75"x9". Paper
This curated collection of tiles from skilled tanglers delivers exciting, beautiful, and experimental tangle art, sure to inspire you as you create your own designs. Includes basic instruction. Krahula is the author of One Zentangle a Day.
B3893. One Zentangle a Day / Krahula One Zentangle A Day: A 6-Week Course in Creative Drawing for Relaxation, Inspiration, and Fun (One A Day series) by Beckah Krahula. 2012. 128pp. 8.5"x9". Paper
One Zentangle A Day is a beautiful interactive book teaching the principles of Zentangles as well as offering fun, related drawing exercises. This step-by-step book is divided into 6 chapters, each with 7 daily exercises. Each exercise includes new tangles to draw, teaches daily tile design, and offers tips on related art principles. Also contains an inspirational "ZIA" (Zentangle Inspired Art) project on a tile that incorporates patterns, art principals, and new techniques.
B3443. All Tangled Up / Moote B3443. All Tangled Up by Cherryl Moote. 2012. 128pp. 10."x8.5". Paper.
Delivers a wide array of options for displaying and organizing your Zentangle tiles and Artist Trading Cards. Filled with projects to showcase and celebrate your artistic work: note cards, frames, cubes, and books. Each project is perfectly sized for Zen-tiles or ATCs. The detailed, studio-tested instructions with clear diagrams are easy-to-follow. You can cut, fold, and assemble in an immediate and stress-free way. Cherryl is a Certified Zentangle Teacher and has richly illustrated this book with her tangles and Z'tangle-inspired artwork. Full color.
B3868. Joy of Zentangle / McNeill & Barholomew Joy of Zentangle by Suzanne McNeill and Sandy Steen Bartholomew. 2012. 144pp. 7.5"x9". Paper
A thorough introduction to Zentangle, an easy-to-learn method of pattern drawing that reduces stress while promoting creativity. Provides instructions for drawing over 100 tangle patterns from such Certified Zentangle Teachers as Suzanne McNeill, Sandy Steen Bartholomew, and Marie Browning. Filled with Zentangle drawings and projects and includes compelling stories from those who have improved their well-being through Zentangle.
B3439. Zentangle 2, Workbook Edition / McNeill B3439. Zentangle 2 (Expanded Workbook Edition) by Suzanne McNeill. 2014. 32pp. 8.5"x11". Paper
Expand your exploration of the Zentangle process. With 25 new tangles, you will discover the possibilities of decorating words and turning simple line drawings such as butterflies and animals into exquisite art. Tantalizing color brings your art to life as the calming and reflective process of Zentangle brings your life into your art. (It reviews the basics, so you can start your zensploration with this book if you wish.)
Note: This expanded workbook edition of Zentangle 2 replaces the out-of-print edition of Zentangle 2 pictured in our 2014 print catalogs.There has been no increase in the price.
B3438. Zenspirations / Fink Zenspirations by Joanne Fink. 2011. 52pp. 8.5"x8.5". Paper
Well-known calligrapher and author Joanne Fink has developed a love for pattern. In this book she shows you how to turn simple lines into attractive designs through exercises that build on each other. Her passion is contagious, and her doodled shapes will inspire you to have fun with the process. You will find intriguing ideas for filling borders, edges and spaces with creative flourishes. You will be on your way to creating decorative borders, frames, and shapes - some using letters and words. Calligraphy skills not required! "Patterning is fun, easy and relaxing - and it is a great way to add interest and texture to any design." - Joanne Fink