Presentation on theme: "Drawing Class. A still-life is an arrangement of inanimate items (items that are not alive) A still-life is arranged for the purpose of creating art."— Presentation transcript:
A still-life is an arrangement of inanimate items (items that are not alive) A still-life is arranged for the purpose of creating art
Van Goghs Shoes Vincent Van Gogh created this still-life of his shoes. What makes the shoes interesting as a piece of art? What might we need to think about if we created our own still-life?
With your group mates, carefully go through the cool items Ms. Stephenson brought to class (or use some of your own!) Choose 4-5 objects for your table Arrange the items in an interesting way Draw them on your paper using any technique weve used in class so far (contour line, varying quality of line, value – hatch, crosshatch, scumble, stipple) Make your drawing look interesting
Fill in the background with a pattern You may keep your piece black and white, or add color with colored pencils You may also choose to go over your lines with Sharpie (its your decision) This project is due TODAY at the end of class Keep your drawing neat, interesting, and most of all – HAVE FUN!