Here are some typical wet-on-wet paintings done by Waldorf school students.
There is some slight distortion in a few; the originals from which I worked were small, 
and some were dark or had glare-spots. I cropped the images slightly and heightened the colors
to more accurately convey the effect of fresh paint on paper.
Other samples of such paintings can be found elsewhere here at Waldorf Watch.

Although the students are usually not told this,
paintings of this sort can be taken as representing
spiritual realms and conditions as described by Rudolf Steiner.
And, like all Waldorf art, the paintings are meant to invoke spiritual powers.

[Paintings courtesy of PLANS.]