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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
Workbook, by: Phillip March Jones, courtesy of the artist In the Classroom: Daily Workbook Collages
Workbook, by: Phillip March Jones, courtesy of the artist
In the Classroom: Daily Workbook Collages Workbook, by: Phillip March Jones, courtesy of the artist
AMERICAN ART : Installation photo of the Armory Show, New York National Guard's 69th Regiment, New York, The Armory Show in 1913.
Day 47 Bell stART Elements of Design Write in your sketch book: Use your photo-copied collage as a source to draw a new composition that will be painted.
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Photo Transfer Natural Ideas for the Classroom
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NAME CLASS. Create an image board of your identity by collecting a range of images which you think represent you....e.g. A football, dancing shoes, music.
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ART can be defined as the expression of creativity and imagination through various techniques and media producing works to fulfill a variety of purposes.
Welcome to Art!. Freshman Art Appreciation In Freshman Art Appreciation, students will be working with a range of media and our projects will include:
STUDIO THINKING Or Thinking with Your Hands. Studio Thinking Develop your Craft Engage and Persist Envision Express Observe Reflect Stretch and Explore.
How To Copy and Paste Pictures From the Internet.
PhotographyPhotography Gordon Parks. Was a Photographer.
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Year 11 Art 2009 Theme FOOD. Standards Achievement Standards 1.2 (5 credits – workbook – internal assessment) Achievement Standard 1.3 (12 credits – folio.
Official symbols of Bulgaria The national flag of the Republic of Bulgaria is in three colours: white, green and red bands The coat-of-arms of the.
Ways of Seeing Narrative medicine. Today’s session Focus on observation & description How do we describe images? How do images tell stories? Task:
Looking at Nature Close Up By Ken Schwager. Nature Paintings When painting from nature, it is important to look carefully at the objects you will paint.
From last session….Screen printing:
KB Research & Development Presentation for representatives of the National Diet Library 3 December 2003 Hans Jansen Head Research & Development Division.
OPTIC PHOTO ANALYSIS. OPTIC Its an acronym and a method for analyzing images! Overview Parts Title Images/Interrelationships Conclusion.
My Creative Work Common Sense Media Unit 1 – Lesson 3 Category: Creative Credit & Copyright; Information Literacy.
Day 42 Bell stART ELEMENTS of DESIGN Write in your sketch book: Collage--An artistic composition of materials and objects pasted over a surface, often.
Photography. Posed/Unposed MoMA Photography Theme.
Tools of Composition in Photography. The photographers many choices… The photographers many choices… point of view focus placement background.
CREATIVITY AND ART: USING PROCESS ART WITH YOUNG CHILDREN MNAEYC-MNSACA 2013 Open Ended Art.
ME. Final Piece For your final piece you will be producing a large scale self portrait. The media and way you approach the subject is up to you. You should.
QUESTION 6. CLOSE UP Viewing subjects close up has provided inspiration for many artists, designers and craftspeople. The Boyle Family are known for their.
1st-2nd. This is called a monitor or screen. This is like a TV screen for the computer. You should not touch the screen, or you will leave smudges and.
Letizia Jaccheri Norwegian University of Science and Technology Electronic art chair XP2010
George Seurat is a very famous artist because he invented a new style of painting called pointillism. Pointillism is a style were you put tiny dots down.
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