This unique book, Living Lines Form Drawing Inspiration For Steiner-Waldorf Teachers, explains form drawing, its role and importance in Steiner-Waldorf schools as well as tackling practicalities such as advice on suitable paper and pencils.
It also offers a wide selection of exercises for Classes 2 to 5, with step-by-step instructions on how they can be taught, arranged by class and by theme. Exercises draw on both exapmles of pupils' work and images of forms from nature and cultural heritage. Teachers can use these lessons as an inspiring starting point.
This fascinating and beautiful book will allow Steiner-Wardorf educators, at school and home, to confidently teach form drawing to their pupils.
Henrik Thaulow has taught in Steiner-Waldorf schools in Norway for more than 25 years, as both a class and art-and-crafts teacher, and is a pedagogical advisor for the Steiner School Association. He trained at the Granum Painting School in Oslo, the Goetheanist Study Centre in Vienna, and has a master's degree in form drawing from Rudolf Steiner University College in Oslo, where he also now lectures.
Full colour illustrations
Made in the UK