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1 TROMPE L’OEIL- MEANS “TO TRICK THE EYE” technique involving extremely realistic imagery in order to create an optical illusion

2 Usually done 2 dimensionally

3 Richard Shaw, Stack of Books Jar #2, (1978). Glazed porcelain with overglaze transfers.  aystudio.org/gall ery/index.php?g allery=trompe&i d=13 aystudio.org/gall ery/index.php?g allery=trompe&i d=13

4 Objective: Students will create an original clay trompe l’oeil of a familiar object using various construction and decorative techniques learned during the semester

5 Steps  Choose a familiar object that you feel you can construct successfully. The object should appear real and not made out of clay.  Talk with Mrs. Madray about ideas and create a sketch  Begin construction. You can use any of the techniques we have used this semester such a pinching, coil, or slabs. The sculpture should be in the round, not flat.  It should be life size. Therefore, it will most likely need to be hollowed out!

6 What works well…  Everyday objects such as…  Trash  Board games  Clothing items  Food or candy  Accessories

7 What doesn’t work  Anything glass  Large items  Items that are already made out of clay…duh. No mugs or bowls.

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