At some point in our lives, we have all had thoughts about our current situation. In some cases we want to change for the better, learn new things and become successful people in all areas of our lives. Do we really do it? It is important to act and look for opportunities for that growth or goal that we want to achieve.
I decided this weekend to take the drawing workshop: the art of observing and drawing the natural world – taught by Thomas Wildgruber. It took place at @escuelacaracol
Thomas taught us to really observe, not just look at things and especially at nature. We learned to observe, in this case a leaf from a tree and other natural objects with an incredible technique of contemplation by Georg Kühlewind, in order to later be able to capture images on a sheet of paper.
Thomas trained as a Waldorf teacher in Mannheim, Germany. And since 1979 he is a teacher of classroom, arts and crafts.
He created drawing guidelines for the classroom teacher: Painting and drawing fromr 1st to 8th grade in a Waldorf school.
Painting with watercolors using the “wet on wet” technique
Painting, drawing, modelling,... are activities that children should be able to do every day, as they are very powerful experiences to enhance the...