Inspiration, rationale, and detailed instructions on technique in water color painting are the gifts of this unique book. Written by two experienced Waldorf teachers the text gives careful explanation as to why painting in elementary grades is so formative and important for a child's development and for the development of the teacher as well. You will be empowered to take on painting in ways you never imagined! You will find the steps towards experiencing color so that you, too, can paint effectively with children of elementary and middle school age. Creativity, technique, and accomplishment are the inevitable results of this important book's mission. The warmth, enthusiasm and expertise of the authors is apparent in every page. Start now with this good book on your own painting journey!
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Dick Bruin was trained as a Waldorf teacher in Zeist, Holland, and took two classes, grades one through eight and now teaches art history in the Adrian Roland Hoist School in Bergen, Holland. Co-author Attie Lichthart was trained in art education and has been teaching in grades one through twelve over forty years in Holland. Experienced in Waldorf Education, art education, art history teaching and painting throughout the Waldorf curriculum, Attie teaches now at the Free School Zutphen in Holland.
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Book Description AWSNA, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1888365501
Book Description AWSNA, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111888365501