Presentation on theme: "FRENCH ARTISTPAINTER PAPER CUT OUTS. HENRY MATISSE 1869-1954 PAINTED BIRGHT PAINTINGS WITH PATTERNS BECAME VERY ILL AND BEDRIDDEN CREATED PICTURES CUT."— Presentation transcript:
FRENCH ARTISTPAINTER PAPER CUT OUTS
HENRY MATISSE PAINTED BIRGHT PAINTINGS WITH PATTERNS BECAME VERY ILL AND BEDRIDDEN CREATED PICTURES CUT IN SIMPLE SHAPES OF BRIGHTLY COLORED PAPER
PAINTINGS BY MATISSE Harmony In Red Goldfish
BEAST OF THE SEA LOOK FOR: LIFE UNDER THE SEA SPIRAL LINE GEOMETRIC SHAPES ORGANIC SHAPES PRIMARY COLORS SECONDARY COLORS REPETITION
LA TRISTESSE DU RUI A musical instrument A figure Complementary colors Geometric shapes LOOK FOR:
THE SNAIL LOOK FOR: GEOMETRIC SHAPES COMPLIMENTARY COLORS SPIRAL LINE
THE CIRCUS LOOK FOR: A FIGURE MOVEMENT PRIMARY COLORS
ICARUS LOOK FOR: PRIMARY COLORS A FIGURE YELLOW SHAPES REPRESENT? RED DOT REPRESENTS. WINGS
" The sea glitters in many colours and the seaweed slowly sinks towards the seabed. Between the, azure-blue fruit is floating around and, for a moment a beautiful mermaid appears, dancing gracefully around the plants"
" At last, night falls on Tahiti. The water of the sea turns a deep dark blue. A black seaweed shape, strange and beautiful, appears for a moment, only to sink slowly down into the endless depths."
CHOOSE A THEME 1. Introduce geometric and organic shapes. 2. Demonstrate cutting free form shapes 3. Introduce primary, secondary, and complementary colors (P=red, yellow, blue; S=green, orange, violet; C=red and green, blue and orange, yellow and violet) 4. When gluing emphasize less is better 5. Emphasize filling the page with shapes rather than grouping them. (Younger tend to group shapes) 6. Encourage running shapes off the page 7. Trade shapes or look for scrapes that will work