Paul Glenshaw's lifelong passions over several disciplines all fuel the same goal: storytelling. In addition to being an instructor and lecturer for the Smithsonian Associates, Paul is co-director, writer, and producer of the just completed documentary The Lafayette Escadrille. He is a frequent contributor to the Smithsonian’s Air & Space magazine, and recent drawing projects in crude work with the Folger Shakespeare Library and the National Museum of Health and Medicine. He is also a writer and producer for the theater, radio, museum exhibits, interactive media, and STEM education. He lives in Silver Spring, Maryland and is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis.
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Learning to draw should be as rigorous as it is fun. Building skill invariably leads to greater joy in both creating and appreciating art. Drawing is about learning to trust one's eyes as the incredible instruments they are, discovering a new kind of eye-hand coordination, and to never worry about making a mistake or a bad picture. Erasers help us correct mistakes, and paper can be recycled.