Far more easily than most adults, children pick up a pencil or crayon and start drawing, unconcerned about the finished artwork. Looking to the art of children and outsider artists for inspiration, Peter Jenny advocates a return to carefree, untrained drawing and a renewed focus on the joys of making rather than on the end result. Suggesting that art doesn't need to be realistic, Jenny presents 22 exercises to help you lay aside your desire to criticize your work or to seek artistic perfection, and enjoy the relaxing process of drawing.
Unlearning To Draw: Learning to See
Author: Peter Jenny.