Monart is more than a method that
teaches people how to draw. Leading educators recognize Monart as a way students
can use several learning modalities by teaching them how to focus and
concentrate, make decisions, solve problems, plan sequence, and develop hand-eye
coordination. Just as we learn the ABC's so that we can read, and musical notes
and scales so that we can play an instrument, Monart students learn to perceive
what they want to draw in terms of five basic elements of shape, and to develop
the skills they need to translate that information onto paper.
All classes at the Monart Drawing Schools are based on the methods described in the best-selling books, Drawing with Children and Drawing for Older Children & Teens by Mona Brookes, founder of the Monart Institute.
Visit Monart's Website: http://www.monart.com for more information and locations of other Monart Schools around the world, or call the Monart Institute at 310.337.0107.