On Campus Program

A Zentangle Weekend Exploring Beyond the Basics with Shades of Gray

For everyone.

Explore the Zentangle Method—a relaxing, easy-to-learn method of creating non-representational, unplanned images by drawing structured patterns called tangles—from experts Molly Hollibaugh and Martha Huggins, daughters of Zentangle founders Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas. In this program, you

  • Focus on adding shades of gray to your Zentangle art to make it come alive in a new way
  • Work with white, tan, and gray tiles to add depth and illusion, while making your two-dimensional drawings pop
  • Learn tangles that have unique shading opportunities and see how they transform and elevate your art
  • Explore the advanced tangling techniques of working in layers, to further instill your trust with the process.

Return home with new inspiration to continue your own meditative tangling practice.

Note Tuition includes all supplies.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Suitable For
Program Theme
Drawing and Painting


Molly Hollibaugh has worked in both furniture and jewelry design and has pursued an intense practice of the Zentangle Method.

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Martha Huggins taps into her yoga experience to guide students through their own natural process of finding their creativity.

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Rick Roberts was a musician, photographer, and printer before cofounding Zentangle with Maria Thomas. He lived as a monk for 17 years.

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Maria Thomas worked as a lettering artist and operated a stationery design and production company before cofounding Zentangle.

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