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Space http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-paint-an-amazing-space- scene/step5/Reveal-your-planets/ Medium - spray painting Artist - Brandon McConnel
Dark city http://sueoca.blogspot.co.uk/2010/11/research-max-ernst-1891-1976-and.html Artist – Max Ernst Medium - frottage www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQJD7inost4
Bright City Medium - Pastels http://www.wonderslist.com/10-most-colourful-cities-world/ Artist - Hiroshige 1856
Rainforest http://www.rainforestartists.com/html/b.html http://www.henrirousseau. org Medium - Acrylic paint Artist – Henri Rousseau
Fairy Tales Silhouettes with beanstalk tale http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topi c/1240864/Kara-Walker Medium – silhouettes Artist – Kara Walker
Mad Machines http://radicalart.info/kinetics/Turn/GearsBelts/ting uely/index.html Medium - Printing with cogs/lego /tubes etc Artist – Jean Tinguely
Work House Cross section of workhouse with rooms Medium - Felt pen and colour wash Artist - Lowry
Victorian City Medium- black Ink Artist - various Victorian Artists
Timetable Week 1 Wed 12 th Nov – Yr 3 – practice technique in sketch books 3S - Dark City – 9.20 – 10.30 3J - Bright City – 10.45 – 12.00 Thursday 13 th Nov – Yr 6 – practice technique in sketchbooks 6G - Rainforest– 9.20– 10.30 6Y – Space – 10.45 – 12.00 Week 2 Wed 17 th Nov – begin setting image 3s - Dark City - 9.20 – 10.30 3J – Bright City - 11.10 – 12.00 Thursday 18 th Nov – Yr 6 – begin setting image 6G - Rainforest– 9.20– 10.30 6Y – Space – 10.45 – 12.00
Week 3 Wed 26 th Nov – Yr 3 – continue setting 3s - Dark City - 9.20 – 10.30 3J – Bright City - 11.10 – 12.00 Thursday 27 th Nov – Yr 6 – continue setting 6G - Rainforest– 9.20– 10.30 6Y – Space – 10.45 – 12.00 Week 4 Wed 3 rd Dec – same Yr 3 finish setting 3s - Dark City - 9.20 – 10.30 3J – Bright City - 11.10 – 12.00 Thursday 4 th Dec – Yr 6 – finish setting 6G - Rainforest– 9.20– 10.30 6Y – Space – 10.45 – 12.00 Week 5 Wed 12 th Dec – combine setting and words 3s - Dark City - 9.20 – 10.30 3J – Bright City - 11.10 – 12.00 Thursday 13 th Dec – Yr 6 – combine setting and words 6G - Rainforest– 9.20– 10.30 6Y – Space – 10.45 – 12.00
Art Media Drawing. An Art Medium In art a medium is a material that an artist uses to create his or her artwork. Medium is the singular form and media.
Workers and the workhouse during Victorian Times A series of interactive lessons and instructions for teachers to create a art project: Years 5 a 6 Lesson.
CAN I USE MIXED MEDIA TO PRODUCE ARTWORK BASED ON THE PLANETS?
MixedMixed -Definition of Mixed Media -Examples -Project Requirements and important dates Media.
VCE Art Unit 1 Folio Leah. Mind map Identity Sketches.
Year 10 Mock Exam Preparation Summer Holiday Work All work MUST be handed in to me on Friday 6 th September- NO EXCUSES! 1. Your John Piper pages MUST.
November Art 1- 2,4,6,7 Some sketchbooks are not graded today- they will be by tomorrow- Your weekly is due Friday – Theme – things you are thankful.
Sketchbook Project. How do artists use sketchbooks? As a journal To record observations To collect ideas To make thumbnail sketches To make rough drafts.
Make three columns Color An Element of Art made up of three properties—hue, value and intensity.
Artist studies. Choose an artist. (Lowry in this case) Use their work to inspire ideas. Use their work to study techniques. You could copy small sections.
Warm Up: Take one sheet of blue paper from the front of the room, write down the definitions and draw at least two ideas for personal symbols. Symbol:
LAURIE STEINHORST Images of Student Work Painting I. Drawing I. Figure Drawing.
“Cutting Trees” Romero Britto 1992 Acrylic on canvas Images retrieved Nov from
LIVING CREATURE PRINT LINOLEUM SCREEN PRINT. BRAINSTORM IDEAS FOR LINOLEUM PRINT Drill: 1.Which ‘living creature’ do you want to use as your print? People,
SHADING TECHNIQUES. Hatching This is the basis for much of the rendering and shading in pencil and pen. It's as simple as that! If you are unfamiliar.
Watercolour and ink pens. You can mix colours just like acrylics but to get lighter colours you just add more water To get darker bolder colours you.
Oil Pastels. Explain oil pastels-still life image Pointillism landscape due by this Thursday 4 sketchbook due by 3/22/2012 SSR Wednesday Incentive Thursday.
Thumbnail Sketches Objective: You will define and create thumbnail sketches in order to brainstorm ideas for your animal mandala. DRILL: (Page layout
Title Slide Name Art II/ Intermediate Art Date Any original design/cover that you design.
Making a Wood Block Relief Print The work of Ryusei Okamoto.
Digital Design Daily Plans Nov 6-8, 2013 Ms. Livoti.
Colour Theory, Looking at Art & Printmaking. Colour Wheel warm cool.
Negative space, in art, is the space around and between the subject(s) of an image. The use of negative space is a key element of artistic composition.
Edward Weston What has Edward Weston done to his photographs and the way he has positioned his shells to make them look like something different? Why.
Good Morning Grade 4’s SES Mrs. Stoddart. What is a landscape? An outdoor scene What is a cityscape? A city scene What is a horizon line? Where the sky.
Drill (Step 1) – Read the article on Chagall (found in Scholastic ART magazine) Answer these questions in your sketchbook as your read. You do not have.
You need: Your exam timetable booklet A black pen A green pen A pen of a different colour A hi-lighter.
Enhancing AMB Rachel VanHoy. My Work Bar Top Proposal.
AQA GCSE Art & Design – Externally Set Task % of your final mark for your GCSE 10 hour exam after Easter 2016 AO1 (Develop) - ideally 3+ artists/areas.
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.
Ms. Livoti Drawing and Painting 2/9-2/14. Monday 2-9 Aim: How can you critique and assess your foreshortened figure drawing? Do Now: Reflect on your process.
10/1/12 – 10/5/12 Lesson Plans You are responsible for all Warm ups, Closing questions, Projects & daily activities. Scroll down and find the day & class.
Upcoming Classes Tuesday, Dec. 4 th Third set of Oral Presentations Assignment due: * Last term paper or oral presentation Thursday, Dec. 6 th (Last day.
11/12/12 – 11/16/12 Lesson Plans You are responsible for all information when you are absent.
AS Design and present a solution for an Architectural design brief Sample 1 – Not Achieved.
Line Objective: You will identify various types of lines in order to combine them in a design. DRILL: Turn to page 1 in book. 1.Make the page 1 layout.
Watercolour Leaf Design…. Try sketching some Organic Shapes… Leaves! Look at real leaves to observe the shape or outline; Think about what kind of line.
Berthe Morisot Megan Henry & Chelsea McCormack. Painting Techniques Berthe Morisot is mostly a portrait painter & landscapes. Most of her portraits are.
MIXED MEDIA. WHAT MEDIA CAN YOU USE? Almost anything! Acrylic Paint Pastels Charcoal Watercolours Pencils Pencil crayons China marker
Note Set 6. Pop Art is art based on subjects found in Popular Culture.
Drawing and Painting Ms. Livoti Aim: How can you apply a variety of line weights to your drawing? Tues 12-1 HW: last november sketchbooks.
Who spilled the Paint? Dripped, Dragged and Drizzled Paint Drawing.
Drawing and Painting Livoti Oct Monday Aim: How can you complete your gridded portrait drawing and prepare your surface for charcoal? Homework:
Media Study Daniel OHS Dillon OHS 1995.
Year 10 African Vessels You need to follow the links provided and research the suggested artists in preparation for building your own African Vessel. #
Introduction to Art By Ms. Vijini. Protection Newspaper or transparent plastic covering for tables APRONS Cloth for wiping brushes, hand etc.
Drawing and Painting Ms. Livoti Monday 1/19 School Closed.
Line: the path of a point made by a drawing utensil: also the quality of a line (thick, thin, mechanical, or whimsical) Students will complete 3 exercises,
Making + Using Sketchbooks. What a sketchbook is for Most artists keep sketchbooks in which they experiment with ideas. Start carrying a sketchbook around.
Three dimensional quality What is Form in Art? illusion that objects, whether sculpted, drawn, painted or printed are solid, not flat. sense of volume.
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