Supplement your curriculum with Waldorf-inspired art lessons, delivered weekly, online.

Session Two registration opens in August, 2017!

Want one less thing to remember? We're happy to send you a reminder in early August! Fill out the form above and we'll take care of it for you :)



"This Program will enrich any curriculum, INSPIRING seasoned and emerging artists (and teachers!) alike!

Brian & Robyn's instructions are simple and easy to follow." 

~Homeschooling parent, Cristina H.

Program details:

  • Each month we'll share 4 new art lessons in our online classroom over at Ruzuku. The first lesson will post on the 1st day of the month. The rest will follow each week thereafter, for four weeks total. 
  • You can access the lessons whenever it works for your schedule.
  • We have created a new series of lessons just for this program! They are not found in any other courses or curriculum packages we offer.
  • The lessons will be appropriate for BOTH hemispheres (we've got your backs Southern Hemisphere friends!) as well as all grades 1-8. Perfect for multi-child families!

We will post a materials list at the beginning of each lesson, but in general throughout this program we will be using:

  1. liquid watercolor paint
  2. solid watercolor paint
  3. chalkboard and pastel chalks
  4. block & stick crayons
  5. charcoal
  6. watercolor crayons & pencils
  7. watercolor & drawing paper


Your Investment:

We are choosing to keep the cost of the Weekly Art Lessons program very low, because we want to make this valuable content available to as many people as possible! We do hope you’ll join us. Tap into a vast well of artistic inspiration! 

Payment in full- Pay in full and you're all set! 

Monthly Payments- The full program price broken into monthly payments for your convenience.


Try a sample lesson:

Here's a lesson for you to try! This will give you a good feel for how a typical exercise in the Weekly Art Lessons program will flow. 

The lessons in this program are taught "to the adult". We suggest parents/teachers watch through the videos first before sharing with children. You can then determine if you want to teach your students the lesson on your own, or if you want to sit with the video as a group and work through it together. Either approach works perfectly well - every family has it's own dynamic!


  1. watercolor paper (we recommend 140lb for best results)
  2. watercolor paint (solid or liquid will work equally well)
  3. watercolor brushes
  4. tape (for edges of paper)
  5. painting board (or other water-safe surface)
  6. painting rag
  7. rinse jar

*We'd love to see what you create! Tag your creations #waldorfishweeklyart on Instagram so we can gush with excitement ;)

Part One:  

Part Two:

Password (for both videos): slippers


"These videos offer a wonderful option to be brought both as lessons presented yourself as the teacher, or to sit together and enjoy a video tutorial alongside each other- with the inspiring and nurturing Wolfe family as your guides." 

~Homeschooling parent, Elke V.

Your Teachers:

Trained Waldorf teachers Brian & Robyn Wolfe have been involved in art & education for over 20 years. Experienced with both teaching in the classroom as well as homeschooling, they work with children and adults in person and online. Their courses guide soul-filled teachers and families towards confidence in integrating the arts into their (home) school days.


Frequently asked questions:


I missed registration for Session 1, can I join still join the class?

We will re-open registration for this program in August, 2017. In the meantime, some of the lessons from Session 1 are available a la carte in our shop, here.

Is this program appropriate for beginners?

Yes, this program is for all levels. However, if your family is very new to the Waldorf-inspired arts, you may benefit from our short course Waldorf Art for Beginners. Weekly Art Lessons and Waldorf Art for Beginners are complimentary courses, and can be taken at the same time.

I've taken your other courses. Are these lessons different from what is offered there? 

Yes! We have created a new series of lessons just for this program. They are different from those currently found in the Earthschooling curriculum and our other online courses.

Do I need a high-speed internet connection to view the course videos? 

Yes, all videos are high quality, so you will need a fairly high-speed Internet connection to view them. The videos are a vital part of the content of this course, so please do consider this when purchasing. We are not able to provide alternative viewing options for people on dial-up or with limited connections (and we cannot give refunds if you are having issues viewing the videos due to your internet connection). Therefore, please bear this in mind when registering. If you have regular broadband, you should be fine.

Four lessons per month.... what about months with 5 weeks?

This program includes x4 lessons per month. We encourage you to use any 5th weeks that occur as breathing space in the program. Consider repeating a lesson, or adapting a favorite to something specific you've been studying. You may also choose to simply let art "rest" that week and take a break.

What is your return policy for the Weekly Art Lessons program?

 If you are unsatisfied with this program, contact us within the first 30 days after the course begins and we will give you a full refund. Please note: If you cancel your subscription, you will lose access to the Weekly Art Lessons course content. 

How long do I have access to the course?

Forever! Remain enrolled for all 6 months and you will have unlimited access to this course after it ends.

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(Registration is now CLOSED.)

Session Two begins in August, 2017!

The teaching of any subject, from science to history, can be enlivened and enhanced by incorporating art into the instruction....

Jack Petrash - Understanding Waldorf Education