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Student Work Includes examples from Ceramics 1, Advanced Ceramics, Sculpture 1, and 3-Dimensional Design
The Neptune Center: Muskingum University’s home for 3-D art classes
Stef Shirer, Sculpture 1
Stef Shirer, Birdhouse, Sculpture 1, 2009
Abby Sheppard, Sculpture 1
Calla Powers, Sculpture 1, 2009
Chelsea Cellar, Sculpture 1, 2009
Alissa Wells, Sculpture 1, 2009
Alissa Wells, Birdhouse, Sculpture 1, 2009
Cami Petre, Sculpture 1, 2009
Cami Petre, Birdhouse, Sculpture 1, 2009
Seth Barrett, 3 Dogs, Sculpture 2, 2009
Seth Barrett, 5 Altered Bowling Pins cast in Hydrostone, Life Size
Eric Turner, Sculpture 3, Wooden Cross and Cast Heart
Student Birdhouses Kathryn Schumacher Andrea Stephens
April Heady James Thouvenin
Student Relief Panels
Kyle Higdon-Ceramic Jamie Seich-Wood Relief
Ken White Figurative Sculpture
Project 1-Organic-stems from blind contour drawings Aarica Gray Eliza Porter
Ceramics 1-Slab Project Joe Smith Liz Strauss
Ceramics 1 Hidden Lid Box Form and slab platter with study of cone 5 glaze surfaces using cone 5 roseville clay Val Weaver Kristin Shaffer
Ceramics 2 Assignment: Design place setting Heather Rutter-B Mix Cone 5-Art Deco Nicole Whiteman-Glazes and brushed stains with red clay
Sculpture 1 Project: Combine Bird House with Architecture April Heady-Parthenon Brandon Battaglia-Denver Airport
Sculpture 1 Bird House Project June Henderson-Dome of the Rock Kristen Crilow-Modern Design
Sculpture 1 Jamie Seich Bird House as Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Height 32”
Sculpture 1 Ashley Rex: Repetition Form in Wood Caitlyn Dick Wood and Paint with Sand
Sculpture 1 Bird Houses Hanna Welch-Mirror and Wood Miranda Liley-Influence from Russian Architecture
Ceramics 1 Eliza Porter- Lidded Form June Henderson-Tile
Ceramics 1 Ann Seibt
Ceramics 1 Left: Aurora Gill-Ceramic Right-Holly Galligher-Ceramic Mugs
Sculpture 1 Brian Faoulous-Steel and Stone Melissa Coleman-Plaster Tile
Sculpture 1 Conrad-Wood and Glass Williams-Organic Clay Form
Diana Santay Ceramic Form Wood and Glass
Ceramics 1-E.Porter-Box Ceramics 2-J. Nicholson-Figure
Ceramics 1 Joanna Baumert Jessica Swann
Kathy Miller Kristin Schaffer Ceramics 2
Matt Long Nicole Whiteman Sculpture 1
Ceramic Pagoda Yovine Nayekh Ceramics 1
Scott Ringhauser Sculpture 1
Sculpture 1 Amanda Sommer-Wood Design Hat Design
Sculpture 1-Curtis Sculpture 2-Table:Messerschmidt
Laura Taylor Sculpture 1 Wire 4’ h x 3”8”W x 12” D
Beth Hatch Hot Dog Trays Ceramic
Sam Miller Ceramic Vase Forms 12” H
Ashlee Lamb Ceramic Figurative Sculpture
Mona by Ashlee Lamb
The Sphere by Ashlee Lamb
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Food Container Ceramic project. Food Container The objective is to design a container out of clay that looks like some type of food item. This might.
OVHS ART DEPARTMENT COURSES: Drawing Advanced Drawing Portfolio Stained Glass Art History Ceramics 1 Ceramics 2 Fiber Arts Intro to 2D Art Intro to 3D.
My Birdhouse Step 1 First I sanded my wood so I would not get slivers and so the birds would not get slivers when they had babies.
Clay Vocabulary Clay –A mixture of sand, dirt, water and minerals. Ceramics –Clay that has been fired to create products such as pottery, bricks,
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Art in Ancient Greece Study of Paintings, Sculptures, and Mosaics.
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Clay Heart 1st Grade April Art Project West Mercer Elementary Art Enrichment Program.
An Introduction to Clay. What is clay? Clay = earth + water Silica - an essential ingredient in clay and glazes. When melted, becomes glass. Clay can.
First major project: Slab Slab Mugs (Basic Students) Independent Slab Project (Advanced Students)
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Intro to Clay. Ancient Greek Pottery – 400 BC What’s CLAY?! Clay is a decomposed granite type rock with fine, flat shaped particles which make it plastic.
Clay Homes. Sandy Version by Phillip Phillips Watch the video, really pay attention to the words of the song and the people……
Element of Art: Form Physical characteristics Varieties of Form Form in relations to other Elements of Art.
Stiff Slab Project Mrs. Asker-Chipman Ceramics 1B.
Low-Relief Tile Sculpture. Vocabulary for this unit: Slab Sculpture Additive Subtractive Incision Low-relief High-relief.
2 Dimensional to 3 Dimensional Shape to Form to Value.
1. 2 LESSON FIVE Integrated Concepts Visual Art and Social Studies: use of materials or resources Visual Art and Geometry: two and three dimensional shapes.
2-D (two-dimensional) - Having height and width, but no depth; flat. SHAPE- A 2-dimensional enclosed space defined by line. i.e. squares, circles,
HAN ART AND MATERIAL CULTURE HIST Han Art and Material Culture Principal Materials Bronze Ceramics – glazed and gray (unglazed) Jade Lacquerware.
SHAPE A two-dimensional area that can be Organic or Geometric FORM A three dimensional object that can be measured by height, width, and depth. POSITIVE.
Look at the painting and think about it in relation to the 10 principles and 7 elements we have studied Gustave Courbet The Stonebreakers , Oil.
Introduction to ceramics What you need to know to get started…
The Elements of Art Seven Building Blocks Seven Building Blocks.
Chapter 6 Unit What are the various containers used for floral arrangements? 2. What are basic mechanics and supplies used in floral design?
STUDIO CERAMICS CLAY SLAB TECHNIQUES. SOFT SLAB.
sculpture : Three-dimensional artwork three-dimensional: Artwork that has height, width and depth additive sculpture : Technique of adding.
Mixed Media Sculpture *Anything in red must be added to your notes for sketchbook research.
Clay Terms To Know. Clay a natural substance that is wet and feels like dough.
Clay Cup. Clay Vocabulary Wedge: To knead to remove air bubbles Kiln: An furnace made for firing clay. Score: Making cross hatched marks on clay.
Best Works Portfolio Using Microsoft Publisher. Lesson Plan.
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CHAPTER 12 ART TRADITIONS FROM AROUND THE WORLD PALEOLITHIC PERIOD Old Stone Age 2 million years ago Ended with the close of the last ice age about.
5 Forms x 5 Materials Ring, Vase, Cookie Cutter, Door Knob, Text Stone, Glass, Plastic, Metal, Edible.
ANCIENT GREECE 900 B.C. – 31 B.C. The Philosophy that the Greeks work around: “Man is the measure of all things” – Protagoras Considered them selves: “The.
Intro to CLAY Unit Mr. Wilson Middle School Art. Needle Tool Sponge Ribbon ToolLoop Tool Wire Cutter Metal Rib/Scraper Wooden Rib Wood Modeling Tool.
Non-objective Ceramic Sculpture. Vocabulary Sculpture ~ The art or practice of shaping figures or designs or in-the- round or in relief, as by chiseling.
Why Learn about Form? Learning about types of Form is an important part of learning about Art. When we talk about Form, we are talking about three-dimensional.
ART FUNDAMENTALS USAD Line, Shape and Form Line Most basic element of art Can have different visual characteristics- thin, thick, dark,
Line-a mark made by a pointed tool—a moving dot Has length and width (very small) Created by the movement of a tool and pigment.
Cones – Small triangles of ceramic material that bend or melt at specific temperatures. Bending means the clay has reached maturity. Dry footed ware –
Slab Construction Ceramics I. What is a Slab? A slab is a flat piece of clay that is dried to a leather hard state and then constructed We will be using.
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