Presentation on theme: "Day 2 Bell stART ELEMENTS of DESIGN"— Presentation transcript:
1Day 2 Bell stART ELEMENTS of DESIGN Write in your sketch book:The seven Elements are the “things” that the artist or designer works with: Line, Line Direction, Shape, Size, Texture, Value, and Color. The system also considers the concept of Composition, which is defined as the total effect of the use of the Elements.*Please print a copy of the Elements and Principles of Design, you will find it on the website. Keep the copy in your sketch book.
2VINCENT VAN GOGH, Starry Night, 1889. Oil on canvas, 2’ 5” x 3’ 1/4” VINCENT VAN GOGH, Starry Night, Oil on canvas, 2’ 5” x 3’ 1/4”. Museum of Modern Art, New York (acquired through the Lillie P. Bliss Bequest).
3Master Study- Starry Night Interpretation Goals for Students:To develop an understanding of Vincent van Gogh’s style. Demonstrate skills in creating a balanced composition. Gain an understanding of what artistic interpretation is and apply that knowledge to create a work of art that has the following elements:Expressive lineTextureMovementPersonal interests and elements.
5Continue Day 2 Bell stART ELEMENTS of DESIGN Write in your sketch book: Pattern is the repeating of an object or symbol all over the artwork. Repetition works with pattern to make the artwork seem active. The repetition of elements of design creates unity within the artwork. Discuss with your tablemates: Did Vincent Van Gogh use pattern in his painting Starry Night?
6The natural world abounds in eye-catching patterns The natural world abounds in eye-catching patterns. Our relationship with nature's patterns yields both an infinitely rich display of beautiful things and a manifestation of the underlying order in our world. For Example:
17Day 3 Bell stART ELEMENTS of DESIGN Today’s goals:Use a sharpie marker to write your name on the front cover of your sketch bookUse the paper provided to tape a “pocket” to hold loose papers in your sketch book.Use crayon to render the “Work of a Master”.
18Jasper Johns’s “Between the Clock and the Bed” (1982-83), encaustic on canvas,was partly inspired by a late self-portrait by Munch.
19Day 4 Bell StART Elements of Design Write in your sketch book the terms and their definitions then draw the three motifs that will be used in your pattern compositionEmphasis is the part of the design that catches the viewer’s attention. Usually the artist will make one area stand out by contrasting it with other areas. The area will be different in size, color, texture, shape, etc. Motif a distinctive feature or dominant idea in an artistic or literary composition.
20Continue: Day 4 Bell StART Elements of Design Today’s goals:As a class analyze the work of Jasper Johns.Use pencil or crayon in your sketch book to create/develop three motifs. Use nature or man-made objects to inspire your image.After you have created the three motifs, incorporate them into a patterned design that has one area emphasized with change in size, value or texture.
21Day Bell StART Elements of Design Criteria for linear pattern composition (write the criteria in your sketch book with a pencil)Due Friday 8/16Create a border 1/2” from the paper edge with your black crayonUse the crayon as your medium to develop a pattern with a variety of different lines that has a strong focal pointChoose two colors to enhance the design,watercolor will be the medium*Hand-in your sketch book at the end of class today for evaluation.Stack it on the assigned cart.