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Laura Wolff''s Drawings

   This page shows some of the drawings I have done since I was as a child and as an adult. I originally learned drawing in my private Waldorf school then went onto study more in high school and college. In my private school we had to not just draw images for books we created for ever subject we studied, main lessons usually lasted a month, we had to write the books all in caligraphy. I've always applied these skills in every aspect of my artwork. It's incredible how often you need to draw something in order to just conceive the outline of a project.  If you look at my page with artwork from many masters you will see some sketches. These to me are a gift too! Beautiful pieces of art. I love them just as much as the finished porduct. I don't know that I could pick one or two favorite artists who drew. They all seem to be really good at it which makes sense. Though Degas, da Vinci and Michelangelo are the great! I could name many more, but I hope you will just enjoy their sketches. Feel free to look into more of their artwork online. Goole is a great tool to find almost anything! I use it all the time. If you do some research you will discover Leonardo da Vinci didn't just draw and paint beautiful master pieces. He also was an inventor. Even inventors need to know how to draw with skill. He drew images in the 1500's. He was an engineer, sculptor, architect, musician, mathmetician, inventor, geologist, cartographer, botanist, and writer. He was a polymath - a person whose expertise spans a significant number of different applied subject areas; such a person is known to draw on complex bodies of knowledge to solve specific problems. He amazed me with his drawings of helicopters and other complex machines not even invented yet! My private school encoraged this technique called interdisciplinary anthroposophy and their founder was Rudolf Steiner. His education will always be my muse!

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