Here are some Waldorf student paintings that display more control
than is possible in wet-on-wet work using only wide brushes.
All of these were created by a single, talented student,
but they are representative of a distinctive Waldorf style.
The content is also significant. Many of these images represent the relationship
of the small to the large — what Steiner often called
the relationship between microcosm and macrocosm.
Like the drawings done by Waldorf students,
the paintings are often copies of work created by the teachers.