Art 1 Painting Unit Work Place Skills Policy and Procedures Art 1 Painting Unit Work Place Skills Policy and Procedures
The teacher will distribute work. Do no look on drying rack. You work has been placed in your folder once the paint dries. Obtain only the colors you will need for the day by spooning the color into your paint tray. Return the spoon to the appropriate container. Work place skill points will be deducted for not following proper cleanup procedures. If you throw dirty trays and/or brushes in the sink, you may lose painting privileges.
Cleaning of common area. Tables and floors in your common area are your responsibility. If you spill paint or leave paint on the table, counter or floors clean it up or you will forfeit points. All common areas should be sponged off before you leave the class. Clean brushes in cold water The last ten minutes are for clean up. The teacher will inform students when to begin clean up. Clean up procedures.
In an orderly fashion clean supplies in the sink. Supplies need cleaned well but students need to perform this task expeditiously. Brushes, water cans, and trays should be clean and returned to your table. Trays belong cleaned and placed on your table. Brushes belong in the your water can bristles up! All tables will be checked at the end of the period for the following; Paint containers should have the handles sshowing and the lids should be sealed. A clean brush, bristles up. A clean paint tray. A clean table. A clean paint can. Projects with wet paint belong on the drying rack. Work or materials left on your table will result in the loss of 10 points. I forgot is not a valid excuse!
Daily Sink Duty Two students will have sink duty each day. One student per sink. Each student will perform a daily sink duty. This duty is on a daily rotating basis and is based on alphabetical order. Students are to sponge any loose paint from the surface of the sink. Students are not required to clean any paint trays. In the event there is a paint tray left on the sink or counter, the student is to report this infraction immediately to the teacher. A list of the duty dates and personnel responsible for daily sink detail will be posted on the wall above the paper towel dispenser.
Objectives and Assessment Components Using a protractor, understand the concept of dividing a shape into six equal parts (mathematics). What are geometric, organic, biomorphic, and amorphic shapes? What happens when we consciously and correctly mix colors What is the spectrum as color as it relates to a color wheel?
Color demonstrates a strong spectrum (colors of the rainbow). Spectrum demonstrates gradation in color. Strong gradation moving from the center out. Values are the same around the spectrum. Color and Value
Strong, unique design. Apparent that time and thought was taken during the design process. Design
Effort and Participation Student never needed to be reminded to stay on task. Made good use of class time and really put forth enormous effort and thought in the creation of the work. Always prepared for class. Clear evidence of planning and budgeting time in order to complete a quality project on time
Artwork demonstrates a high quality and attention to details. Neatness was of primary concern. Careful brush strokes, straight edges. Apparent care taken during the painting process. Craftsmanshipp
18 x 24 tag board. Place a dot in the center. Place a protractor on the dot and mark off every 30 degrees.
There should be 6 lines when you are finished. This will give you 12 separate sections Using a ruler, line up the center dot with each dot you created at the 30 degree intervals.
The final design should have 6 radial lines, making 12 separate sections. You should also have six repeated designs for your color wheel. Next label each section (made from the radial lines) P,I,S,I. P-Primary I-Intermediate S-Secondary I-Intermediate Next label the primary colors in the sections marked P. Label the appropriate secondary colors in the sections labeled S. Finally label the 6 remaining Intermediate colors in the sections labeled I.
Primary (P) Secondary (S) Intermediate (I) Red Yellow Blue Violet Green Orange RV BV BG YG YO RO
Do several thumbnail sketches (6) on a shape you wish to do your color wheel. Choose the most appropriate. Geometric Shapes – the shapes known by names: circle, square, triangle, etc.
Do several thumbnail sketches (6) on a shape you wish to do your color wheel. Choose the most appropriate. Organic Shape (also known as Free form or Biomorphic Shapes) – the shapes without names, frequently from nature. Biomorphic shapes are found in nature. These shapes may look like leaves, flowers, cloudsthings that grow, flow, and move.
Do several thumbnail sketches (6) on a shape you wish to do your color wheel. Choose the most appropriate. Amorphous- having no particular shape, lacking definite form; also called amorphous
Place your shape around the center. Repeat this shape 6 times. You should have a total of six sections from the center to the edge.
How do you divide a circle into six equal parts (mathematics). What are geometric, organic, biomorphic, and amorphic shapes? What happens when we consciously and correctly mix colors What is the spectrum as color as it relates to a color wheel?
The painting procedure for completing the color wheel should be done in the following manner; 2. Then shade the color (add black) and paint the next section toward the middle of the wheel. 3. Add more black and paint the very middle section. 4. Have fresh color of the primary you just completed and tint the color (add white). 5. Add more white and paint the last section on the very outside end of the color wheel. 1. Paint a primary (Red, Yellow or Blue). Begin by painting the middle portion of the primary section. Painting Procedures
Paint the purest hue first Shade the hue (add black) And paint the next section toward the center Shade the hue some more (add more black) And paint the center section. Add more white and paint the outer section Then, begin with the purest hue and tint the hue (add white). After completing the first primary section (blue), follow the same procedure for painting the other two primary sections (red and yellow).
The second section you should paint is another primary. Paint the shades and tints of the color in the same manner that you painted the first primary section. Now you have completed two of three primary sections. The third section you should paint is last primary. Paint the shades and tints of the color in the same manner that you painted the first two primary sections. Now you have completed all three of the primary sections..
Now begin on a secondary section. The secondary color is obtained by mixing equal amounts of the two primary colors the secondary color is between. Paint the shades and tints of the color in the same manner that you painted the primary sections. Now begin the second secondary section. The secondary color is obtained by mixing equal amounts of the two primary colors the secondary color is between. Paint the shades and tints of the color in the same manner that you painted the primary sections. Now you have completed two of three secondary sections.
Now begin on the last secondary section. Paint the shades and tints of the color in the same manner that you painted the previous sections. Now you have completed all three secondary sections. Now begin on a intermediate section. The intermediate color is obtained by mixing un-equal amounts of the two primary colors the intermediate color is between. The closer the intermediate color is to a primary color, the more of that primary will be used when mixing that intermediate color. Example; If the color you want is blue-green. The intermediate is located between the primary colors of blue and yellow. Since the intermediate blue-green is closer to the primary blue, the mixture for the intermediate blue-green would be a mixture of more blue and less yellow. Make sure to save some of the mixture for tinting as you do not want to add white to color that has already been shaded with black. Paint the shades and tints of the color in the same manner that you painted the primary sections
Paint the remaining intermediate colors in the same fashion as mentioned in step 11.