We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byLucy Hanes
Modified over 2 years ago
Currents: Teacher Resource Packet Images This Women’s Work, Aurora Parrish, wax cake molds, 2013, courtesy of the artist
Left: Selections from Cultural Memorabilia Archive Project By: Louis Z. Bickett Right: Photographs from Paris, Lexington & New York by: Louis Z. Bickett Courtesy of the artist
This Women’s Work, thread on paper, 2013 by: Aurora Parrish, courtesy of the artist
To Fill a Vacancy by Neva Geoffrey, antique case, watercolors, scotch tape, wire and headphones wrapped in string, 2010, by: Aurora Parrish, courtesy of the Artist
Jackie O II, ink on paper, 2012, by: Aaron Skolnick, courtesy of the artist
Gautcuff Series, acrylic, ink and collage on paper by: Clint Colburn, courtesy or the artist
Kiavs' Voice, mixed media, by: R Clint Colburn, courtesy of the artist
Cow Rags above Marble Creek, silver gelatin print, by: Guy Mendes, courtesy of the artist
Jimberly's Ride, silver gelatin print, by: Guy Mendes, courtesy of the artist
Untitled, Roadside Memorial Composite, n.d. by: Phillip March Jones, courtesy of the artist
Installation by: Haviland Argo Courtesy of the Artist
In the Classroom: Dogwood from Rock Bridge by: Guy Mendes, silver gelatin print, courtesy of the artist
The Body, ink and paint on paper, by: R Clint Colburn, courtesy of the artist In the Classroom: Hidden Image Paintings
Jefferson Street & Vicinity, June 18th, 2013, by: Louis Z. Bickett, 2013, courtesy of the artist In the Classroom: Capturing People & Place Photography Project
Georgia Henkel, silver gelatin print, by: Guy Mendes, courtesy of the artist In the Classroom: Capturing People & Place Photography Project
2003-2005 Workbook, by: Phillip March Jones, courtesy of the artist In the Classroom: Daily Workbook Collages
2003-2005 Workbook, by: Phillip March Jones, courtesy of the artist
In the Classroom: Daily Workbook Collages 2003-2005 Workbook, by: Phillip March Jones, courtesy of the artist
Virtual Gallery Exhibit Entrants to be juried. Ceramics 1.
Shirin Neshat. Biography Born March 26 th 1957 in Qazvin, Iran Currently lives in New York City Contemporary Visual Artist Became know for ‘Women of Allah’
Affirmations of Identity Recollections and Experiences.
Remain in Light: Photography from the MCA Collections Suitable for Years 7-10 Visual Arts.
Affirmations of Identity Photography and Digital Media.
Japanese Art. Cultural Influences The Japanese have been influenced by many different cultures including the Chinese, Koreans and Europeans. However these.
Some contemporary American Artists utilizing text: Ed Ruscha b. 1937, Omaha, NE Jenny Holzer b. 1950, Gallipolis, OH Barbara Kruger b. 1945, Newark, NJ.
Testing the Edges of the Breathable wax, paint, hand cut and laser cut yupo paper, chains, pins, dimensions variable, 2011.
Trading Cards 3 cards due 3/28 3 cards due 4/18 3 cards due 5/23.
LAURIE STEINHORST Images of Student Work Painting I. Drawing I. Figure Drawing.
Self-Analysis/Self- Perception Exploration of the Self Storytelling Elements: Retell, Listening and telling, creating and reflecting of the retell.
Pop Art was an art movement in the late 1950s and 1960s that reflected everyday life and common objects. Pop artists blurred the line between fine art.
ART I OPHS ART DEPARTMENT Media and Techniques of Visual Art.
Creative terminology. Formal elements These are the elements that are used within a picture either in painting or photography line tone shape space Colour.
Mixed Media Painting. Romare Bearden – Patchwork Quilt - cut- and-pasted cloth and paper with synthetic polymer paint on composition board, 1970.
Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks Key Images February 28- May 29, 2016 Tseng Kwong Chi (Chinese-Canadian-American, born Hong Kong, ), Jean Michel.
Rosa Murillo Mixed Media and Collage Journal Cover
Elizabeth Church Digital Portfolio. Artist Bio Education: - Bachelor of Science in Art Marketing, concentration in photography Cum Laude graduate, August.
Pop Art Once you “got” Pop, you could never see a sign the same way again. And once you thought Pop, you could never see America the same way again. --Andy.
What are dreams? Does everyone dream? Do dreams have meaning?
DIGITAL IMAGES. What kinds of art do you think of?
COMBINING MEDIACOMBINING MEDIA. Robert Rauschenberg American ( ) Interested in the iconography of American popular culture. Emotional style of.
Chuck Close Chuck Close Living artist Photo-realism Portraits Self Portrait 1997, Oil on canvas.
Portfolio Site Kelly Packett. My goals Experimentation. That is what best describes me as an artist. As a student, I began my artistic career going to.
Stephanie Hagens, UNCW Alumna “Memories of Summertime” acrylic on canvas 20”x36” Funded by the Friends of UNCW in 2007.
NARRATIVE IMAGES Relating Painting, Film and Photography.
Pop Art - Movement Pop Art Once you “got” Pop, you could never see a sign the same way again. And once you thought Pop, you could never see America.
Saul Leiter. Bio Saul Leiter (December 3, 1923 – November 26, 2013) was an American photographer and painter whose early work in the 1940s and 1950s was.
Grade 6. 1. Choose American artist for inspiration 2. Create and print a word document that includes- Artists Name
FOUNDATIONS OF ART JESSICA DAVIS AHS What is Art?.
San Diego County Fair Student Showcase. San Diego County Fair Registration Deadline – Friday, May 4 Must be submitted ONLINEONLINE Entry.
Marlene Dumas ARTE344 Rachel Noteboom Sarah Ortinau Liz Gardona.
Pictures with Signs William V. Ganis. Cindy Sherman Untitled # gelatin-silver print 10 x 8 in.
MixedMixed -Definition of Mixed Media -Examples -Project Requirements and important dates Media.
Collage Artist Study: Vik Muniz. What is “Collage”? An artwork created out of an arrangement of paper The paper images can be “found” or “created” Paper.
The Floral Park Art Department Presents:. Develop your artistic skills; strong portfolio ready artwork Explore charcoal, graphite, acrylic, watercolor,
Abstract Painting Professor Erica Flores. Differentiating abstract and representational paintings Representational Abstract Leonardo Da Vinci Wassily.
Forms and Media Part 1: Two-Dimensional Artwork. Week 3 Vocabulary Art Forms: A technique or method that is used to create an artwork. Craft: Works of.
Ambivalence and Parody
Aesthetics Part 2. Definition Two: Aesthetics Function: noun 2. A branch of philosophy dealing with the nature of art and beauty.
You have 25 minutes to get your artwork ready for the critique. Today is the last day to work on your artwork. Grades today: 20 points- Hang your art on.
Art Unit 2 Folio Britt Westaway. Mind Map What is Culture?
Art Elements TEXTURE.
Teacher’s Guide for Legal Use of Copyrighted Materials Dan, Kwa, Luke, Nathan EDL325- Spring 2009.
“I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order to learn how to do it.” - Pablo Picasso.
Be [Identity] Each one of us is unique due to our different backgrounds. Many artists explore their identities, asking us to explore our own unique identities.
Illustrate: Social Issues. What are “Social Issues”? Wikipedia Definitions: Matters that can be explained only by factors outside an individual's control.
Exploring Modern Portraiture Images for educators from The Alexandria Museum of Art Spring 2013 Exhibitions Ray Turner: Population and An Adventure in.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.