2 Minute Tuesdays - Hand game

Welcome to 2 Minute Tuesdays! This free series airs on (many) Tuesdays, and we share quick tips to help you make the best use of your Waldorf art supplies!


In this week’s episode, we have a special appearance from Waldorfish teacher Amanda Mercer! She’s sharing a sweet hand game with us - It’s perfect for circle time, the beginning of a painting lesson, a handwork session, or a maths lesson! You could also use it during transitions, as a classroom management tool. This game is shared with permission by its original creator, Thea Blair, of Peaceful Hands.

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Amanda Mercer, Waldorfish

TODAY’S 2 MINUTE TUESDAY TEACHER IS Amanda Mercer!

Amanda Ziadeh Mercer is a dynamic Waldorf Teacher! She has had the pleasure of working with children in varying stages of development, ranging from infants in Parent-Child programs to the more mature students of the eighth grade. This wide range of experiences has gifted her a full picture of the developmental stages of childhood.

Amanda is the incredible teacher behind our Grade One Painting course!


2 Minute Tuesdays - Mountains

Welcome to 2 Minute Tuesdays! This free series airs on (many) Tuesdays, and we share quick tips to help you make the best use of your Waldorf art supplies!


In this week’s episode, Brian is sharing some strategies for shading mountains with a variety of mediums. Please comment below if you have any requests for future episodes!

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Brian Wolfe - Waldorfish

TODAY’S 2 MINUTE TUESDAY TEACHER IS BRIAN WOLFE.

Brian has spent his entire adult life playing music, teaching, drawing & coaching his Waldorf kids.  So basically, creating a generation of grounded families with beautiful memories ;) He grew up in a musical-theater family, where he spent his childhood painting backdrops for plays & musicals, as well as playing guitar in the house-band. Nowadays, when he's not teaching & coaching Waldorf students, Brian loves performing a wide range of musical styles (blues, jazz, rock, pop, etc). He has played in various blues and rock bands over the past 15 years and 8 years ago began performing as a solo, instrumental acoustic act at events such as weddings, wine tastings, gallery openings, and private parties. He is teaching Art to teacher trainees, and also teaches (as well as coaches Varsity basketball) at the Sacramento Waldorf School. Summers often see Brian in China, Utah and California where he works with teachers, parents and students at various training centers.

Introducing... 2 Minute Tuesdays!

Welcome to the inaugural episode of 2 Minute Tuesdays! This free series will air on (many) Tuesdays, and we’ll be sharing quick tips to help you make the best use of your Waldorf art supplies!


In this week’s episode, Brian is sharing some strategies for drawing the human figure. We’d love to hear what you think. Please comment below if you have any requests for future episodes!

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Brian Wolfe - Waldorfish

Today’s 2 Minute Tuesday teacher is Brian Wolfe.

Brian has spent his entire adult life playing music, teaching, drawing & coaching his Waldorf kids.  So basically, creating a generation of grounded families with beautiful memories ;) He grew up in a musical-theater family, where he spent his childhood painting backdrops for plays & musicals, as well as playing guitar in the house-band. Nowadays, when he's not teaching & coaching Waldorf students, Brian loves performing a wide range of musical styles (blues, jazz, rock, pop, etc). He has played in various blues and rock bands over the past 15 years and 8 years ago began performing as a solo, instrumental acoustic act at events such as weddings, wine tastings, gallery openings, and private parties. He is teaching Art to teacher trainees, and also teaches (as well as coaches Varsity basketball) at the Sacramento Waldorf School. Summers often see Brian in China, Utah and California where he works with teachers, parents and students at various training centers.