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1 Georgia O’Keeffe O’Keeffe Thematic Unit: Landscapes Fourth Grade Rhonda K. Wadsworth

2 Georgia O’Keeffe

3 Introduction You are about to enter the Art World of Georgia O’Keeffe. You are about to enter the Art World of Georgia O’Keeffe. You will view images of her landscapes and a few other artists landscapes. You will view images of her landscapes and a few other artists landscapes. There are slides that will ask you to think and to do some writing. There are slides that will ask you to think and to do some writing. Get your imagination cap on and lets go! Get your imagination cap on and lets go!

4 O’Keeffe Video on New Mexico and Landscapes gw gw gw gw

5 Georgia O’Keeffe Video Link in New Mexico e=related&search= e=related&search= e=related&search e=related&search

6 Landscape landscape - A painting, photograph or other work of art which depicts scenery such as mountains, valleys, trees, rivers and forests. There is invariably some sky in the scene. landscape - A painting, photograph or other work of art which depicts scenery such as mountains, valleys, trees, rivers and forests. There is invariably some sky in the scene.

7 Think about art work Look carefully at the art work and think about the following questions. Look carefully at the art work and think about the following questions. Can you see all of the flowers in O’Keeffe’s work? Can you see all of the flowers in O’Keeffe’s work? Do all of the images look like flowers or could they be something else? Do all of the images look like flowers or could they be something else? How is this work different from the floral paintings you are used to viewing? How is this work different from the floral paintings you are used to viewing?

8 Elements and Principles of Design Elements: color, form, shape, line, space and texture Elements: color, form, shape, line, space and texture Principles: balance, contrast, emphasis, proportion, pattern, rhythm, unity, and variety Principles: balance, contrast, emphasis, proportion, pattern, rhythm, unity, and variety Website: Website:

9 Look at the landscape paintings Think about the elements and principles of design. Think about the elements and principles of design. Which elements and principles apply to each floral image? Which elements and principles apply to each floral image?

10 Directions for elements and principles of O’Keeffe’s work Write down your answer on your newsprint. Write down your answer on your newsprint. Put down slide number and then one or two of the elements and principles of design next to the slide number. Put down slide number and then one or two of the elements and principles of design next to the slide number. If you forget what they are look at the posters of elements and principles of design. If you forget what they are look at the posters of elements and principles of design.

11 O’Keeffe Landscapes Out Back of Maries II Out Back of Maries II

12 Landscapes Continued Lake George, Early Moonrise Lake George, Early Moonrise

13 Landscapes Continued Lake George Autumn Lake George Autumn

14 Landscapes Continued Blue River Blue River

15 Landscapes Continued Pedernal Pedernal

16 Landscapes Continued Antelope Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival 1991 Antelope Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival 1991

17 Landscapes Continued Summer Days Summer Days

18 Landscapes Continued Hills and Mesas to the West Hills and Mesas to the West

19 Landscapes Continued Red Hills and Pedernal Red Hills and Pedernal

20 Landscapes Continued In the patio VIII In the patio VIII

21 Landscapes Continued Blue Green Music Blue Green Music

22 Landscapes Continued Winter Cottonwoods Winter Cottonwoods

23 Landscape Work by Other Artists Denise Ivey Telep, Ohio artist Denise Ivey Telep, Ohio artist Paints landscape, still life, portraits, murals, commissioned art work and much more. Paints landscape, still life, portraits, murals, commissioned art work and much more.

24 Think How is this work similar or different to O’Keeffe’s art work? How is this work similar or different to O’Keeffe’s art work? Which do you like better and why? Which do you like better and why?

25 Denise Ivey Telep

26 Denise Ivey Telep Continued

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29 Think about student art work The following slide images were inspired by O’Keeffe’s work. The following slide images were inspired by O’Keeffe’s work. How are they similar? How are they similar? How are they different? How are they different? Would you do your work the same or differently? Would you do your work the same or differently?

30 Examples of Landscape Painting in Microsoft Paintbrush

31 Creating a Landscape in Microsoft Paintbrush Go to start menu. Go to start menu. Click on Accessories Click on Accessories Go to Paint, Click on Paint to open up Paint program. Go to Paint, Click on Paint to open up Paint program. See screen image next slide. Paint program is highlighted. See screen image next slide. Paint program is highlighted.

32 Image of screen and start menu

33 Directions Tools are to the left side of the screen. Chose the one you want by clicking on that tool. Tools are to the left side of the screen. Chose the one you want by clicking on that tool. Try the tools out. See what each one does by clicking on it. When you are finished close that piece and do not save the changes. Try the tools out. See what each one does by clicking on it. When you are finished close that piece and do not save the changes. Next slide has image of tools. Next slide has image of tools.

34 Image of tools

35 Steps Continued Draw the rest of the landscape with the pencil tool. Draw the rest of the landscape with the pencil tool. To add color select brush, bucket, or spray paint can. Select the color at the bottom of the screen you want to fill in your areas with. You can switch each section by selecting a new color. To add color select brush, bucket, or spray paint can. Select the color at the bottom of the screen you want to fill in your areas with. You can switch each section by selecting a new color.

36 Steps Continued Bucket will paint large areas with color. Bucket will paint large areas with color. Brush will fill in smaller areas and look more like actual coloring. Brush will fill in smaller areas and look more like actual coloring. Spray paint can will look more like spray paint. This may blur some of your lines. Spray paint can will look more like spray paint. This may blur some of your lines.

37 Image of Screen when Drawing Landscape

38 Steps continued Finish adding color. Finish adding color. Save image to picture folder. Put your name in the title. Save image to picture folder. Put your name in the title. Print image. Print image. This will be incorporated into your final project and assembled with your flower drawing or painting. This will be incorporated into your final project and assembled with your flower drawing or painting.

39 Image of screen adding color

40 Image of Finished Landscape

41 Image of Save Screen

42 Image of Print Screen

43 You Are Now Done! You are now done with this part of the project. You are now done with this part of the project. Have fun creating your image on the computer and in watercolor. Have fun creating your image on the computer and in watercolor.

44 References Artlex. (2007). Landscape definition. Artlex Art Dictionary. Retrieved on June 18, 2007 from Denise Ivey Telep Designs. (N.D.). Floral Images from Online Galleries. Retrieved on June 14, 2007 from Denise Ivey Telep Designs. (N.D.). Floral Images from Online Galleries. Retrieved on June 14, 2007 from gw&mode=related&search= New Mexico PBS. (July 2006). Georgia O'Keeffe: Notable New Mexican. Retrieved on June 17, 2007 from gw&mode=related&search= gw&mode=related&search gw&mode=related&search

45 References Continued Obrist, K. (Oct. 2006). Georgia O’Keeffe in New Mexico. Retrieved on June 17, 2007 from EA&mode=related&search= EA&mode=related&search Posters of Sante Fe. (2003). Gallery: O’Keeffe landscapes. Retrieved on June 18, 2007 from scapes.cfm scapes.cfm Sanford. (2005). Study Art. Retrieved on March 18, 2007 from artedventures.com/study/study.htmlhttp://www.sanford- artedventures.com/study/study.html


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