Presentation on theme: "White on Black How to create a work of art that illustrates transparency used to unify a work of art that demonstrates how light advances and darks recede."— Presentation transcript:
White on Black How to create a work of art that illustrates transparency used to unify a work of art that demonstrates how light advances and darks recede.
Winter Window by Charles Sheeler
Shoes by Andy Warhol
Diptych From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A diptych is any object with two flat plates attached at a hinge. Devices of this form were quite popular in the ancient world, wax tablets being coated with wax on inner faces, for recording notes and for measuring time and direction. Ivory consular diptych of Areobindus, Byzantium, 506 AD, Louvre.
Marilyn Diptych (1962) by Andy Warhol
Drawing Transparent Objects
Critique Composition: is it Balanced? – Distribution of visual weight of objects – Does it feel stable? – Can be: Symmetrical Asymmetrical Radial
Critique Value and Shading – How light or dark it is – Middle grays, the haze of transparency Contrast – The relative difference between light and dark areas
Critique Craftsmanship – Neat and clean – Did not rush – Did not take shortcuts Time Management – Is class time used efficiently