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Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain

INTRODUCTION
The power of perception
The true subject of this book is perception. The lessons help people attain the
basic ability to d...
Original publication in 1979, revised three times 1989, 1999, 2012
In 1989 revision, it’s focused on proposing individuals...
Drawing does indeed involve thought, and it is an effective and efficient
method for perceptual

training

“If we also tea...
Seeing skills

How to perceive ?

Edges
Spaces
Relationship
Lights and Shadow
Gestalt
Two vital global skills, reading and drawing
Basic component of reading
•Phonetic awareness (knowing that alphabet letters...
L-mode, R-mode

Verbal, analytical L-mode
skills as a major function
of the left brain

Visual, perceptual R-mode
skills a...
Language dominates
“In order to gain access to the right hemisphere, it is necessary to present
the left hemisphere with a task that it will ...
Make the left hemisphere fade
out by trick, not wanting to do
the task
Ended by interfered and usurped
Elephant had been trained to paint a rough image of an elephant
People who lose language abilities due to left-brain dementia damage ( 智力受損 )
spontaneously develop unusual artistic, musi...
Vase/ Faces (Chapter 4)

Acquaint us with the possibility of conflict between the hemispheres as they
COMPETE for the task...
Upside-Down Drawing (Chapter 4)

This exercise is REJECTED by the left hemisphere because it’s too difficult to
name parts...
Perception of Edges (Chapter 6)

Forces extreme slowness and extreme perception of tiny, inconsequential details,
where ev...
Perception of Spaces (Chapter 7)

Rejected by the left hemisphere because it will not deal with “nothing”. Negative
spaces...
Perception of Relationships (Chapter 8)

Force left hemisphere to confront paradox and ambiguity with the angular and
prop...
Perception of Lights and Shadows (Chapter 10)

Lights and shadows in the 3D are infinitely complex, variable, unnamable, a...
Perception of the Gestalt (Chapter 11)

Through in recognition of the whole that emerges from careful perception and
recor...
Left brain = the great saboteur of endeavors in art
Saboteur
破壞者

fragile
Not to draw! Go to the market,

balance your
checkbook, phone your mother, plan your
vacation, do your work…

Mr. Left bra...
Any strategy?
Present your brain with a job that your left hemisphere
will turn down
Copy an upside-down
photograph
Regard a negative
space and draw it
Simply drawing
Jogging, Meditation, Games,
Music, Cooking, Gardening…

Produce a cognitive shift by giving the great power
to trick out i...
The methods have proven empirically successful by
teaching experiences from students and readers
Begins with the explanation of the component skill to be explored
Demonstration drawing by instructor
Students apply the i...
“Life seems much richer now that I am seeing more.”
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  1. 1. Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain INTRODUCTION
  2. 2. The power of perception The true subject of this book is perception. The lessons help people attain the basic ability to draw, also, bring right hemisphere functions into focus and to teach readers how to see in new ways, with hopes that they would discover how to transfer perceptual skills to thinking and problem solving, called transfer of learning
  3. 3. Original publication in 1979, revised three times 1989, 1999, 2012 In 1989 revision, it’s focused on proposing individuals who had never been able to draw could learn to draw very rapidly. In 1999, the revision is focused on the skills of sighting (proportion and perspective), which is the most difficult component skills to teach in words. In 2012, the revision clarifies the global nature of drawing and links to drawing’s basic component skills to thinking in general
  4. 4. Drawing does indeed involve thought, and it is an effective and efficient method for perceptual training “If we also teach students right-hemisphere perceptual skills, they will help students see things in context, see the whole picture, see things in proportion and in perspective, and observe and apprehend.”
  5. 5. Seeing skills How to perceive ? Edges Spaces Relationship Lights and Shadow Gestalt
  6. 6. Two vital global skills, reading and drawing Basic component of reading •Phonetic awareness (knowing that alphabet letters represent sounds) •Phonics (recognizing letter sounds in words) •Vocabulary (knowing the meanings of words) •Fluency (being able to read quickly and smoothly) •Comprehension (grasping the meaning of what is read) Basic component of drawing •The perception of edges (seeing where one thing ends and another starts) •The perception of spaces (seeing what lies beside and beyond) •The perception of relationships (seeing in perspective and in proportion) •The perception of lights and shadows (seeing things in degree of values) •The perceptions of the gestalt (seeing the whole and its parts)
  7. 7. L-mode, R-mode Verbal, analytical L-mode skills as a major function of the left brain Visual, perceptual R-mode skills as a major function of the right brain
  8. 8. Language dominates
  9. 9. “In order to gain access to the right hemisphere, it is necessary to present the left hemisphere with a task that it will turn down.”
  10. 10. Make the left hemisphere fade out by trick, not wanting to do the task
  11. 11. Ended by interfered and usurped
  12. 12. Elephant had been trained to paint a rough image of an elephant
  13. 13. People who lose language abilities due to left-brain dementia damage ( 智力受損 ) spontaneously develop unusual artistic, musical, and rhyming abilities, including drawing ability- skills attributed to the right hemisphere.
  14. 14. Vase/ Faces (Chapter 4) Acquaint us with the possibility of conflict between the hemispheres as they COMPETE for the task Set up to strongly activate the verbal hemisphere (Lmode) but completion of the exercise requires the ability of the visual hemisphere (R-mode).
  15. 15. Upside-Down Drawing (Chapter 4) This exercise is REJECTED by the left hemisphere because it’s too difficult to name parts of an image when it’s upside down. The rejection enables the right hemisphere to jump into the task without competition from the left hemisphere.
  16. 16. Perception of Edges (Chapter 6) Forces extreme slowness and extreme perception of tiny, inconsequential details, where every detail becomes a fractal-like whole, with details within details. It makes left hemisphere becomes “fed up” because its too slow for words” and drops out, enabling the right hemisphere to take up the task.
  17. 17. Perception of Spaces (Chapter 7) Rejected by the left hemisphere because it will not deal with “nothing”. Negative spaces that are not objects and can’t be named. The right hemisphere with its recognition of the whole (shapes and spaces) then free to pick up the task and seems to take antic delight in drawing negative spaces
  18. 18. Perception of Relationships (Chapter 8) Force left hemisphere to confront paradox and ambiguity with the angular and proportional spatial changes in perspective drawing. Because the right hemisphere is willing to acknowledge perceptual reality, it accepts and will draw what it sees.
  19. 19. Perception of Lights and Shadows (Chapter 10) Lights and shadows in the 3D are infinitely complex, variable, unnamable, and not useful in terms of language. The left hemisphere refuses the task, which the complexity-loving right hemisphere then picks up.
  20. 20. Perception of the Gestalt (Chapter 11) Through in recognition of the whole that emerges from careful perception and recording of the parts (left hemisphere) , all in relationship to each other and to the whole effected by right hemisphere.
  21. 21. Left brain = the great saboteur of endeavors in art
  22. 22. Saboteur 破壞者 fragile
  23. 23. Not to draw! Go to the market, balance your checkbook, phone your mother, plan your vacation, do your work… Mr. Left brain
  24. 24. Any strategy?
  25. 25. Present your brain with a job that your left hemisphere will turn down
  26. 26. Copy an upside-down photograph
  27. 27. Regard a negative space and draw it
  28. 28. Simply drawing
  29. 29. Jogging, Meditation, Games, Music, Cooking, Gardening… Produce a cognitive shift by giving the great power to trick out its dominance
  30. 30. The methods have proven empirically successful by teaching experiences from students and readers
  31. 31. Begins with the explanation of the component skill to be explored Demonstration drawing by instructor Students apply the instructions of their own drawing (XXX-XXXI)
  32. 32. “Life seems much richer now that I am seeing more.”

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