Thousands and thousands of readers have embraced artwork instructor Betty Edwards’s Drawing on the Proper Facet of the Mind, from artwork college students and lecturers to established artists, company trainers, and extra–all discovering a daring new means of drawing and problem-solving based mostly on what we see, not what we expect we see.
On this extremely anticipated follow-up, Edwards illuminates one other piece of the creativity puzzle, revealing the function our dominant eye performs in how we understand, create, and are seen by these round us. Analysis exhibits that very like being right-handed or left-handed, every of us has a dominant eye, similar to the dominant aspect of our mind–both verbal or perceptual. When you study the distinction and take a look at your hand on the easy drawing workout routines, you’ll acquire recent insights into how you understand, assume, and create. You’ll learn to not simply look however the way to really see.
Generously illustrated with visible examples, this exceptional guided tour by way of artwork historical past, psychology, and the artistic course of is a must-read for anybody in search of a richer understanding of our artwork, our minds, and ourselves.