Perspective Drawing at Pasadena Waldorf School
In the 7th grade, Pasadena Waldorf School (PWS) students are introduced to perspective drawing. The challenge of creating two-dimensional drawings from three-dimensional shapes enables students to learn the application of geometric laws and accompanying artistic skill to draw what they see in a scientific and precise way. Geometry has immediate practical value. To make an accurate drawing of a house or an interior space of a room, for example, requires perspective constructions. At PWS, 7th graders began this school year learning this important skill.
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