ART IN YOUR WORLD Lets get to know each other a little bit Click here to start slideshow
Now let’s explore Art In Your World With a 2-B pencil PRINT * your first and last name * today’s date * art period: 1,2,3 or 4 * your grade level: 9 th, 10 th, 11 th, 12th
This is not a test. As we go through the slideshow answer each question honestly and to the best of you knowledge. It is worth 30 points so be complete in your answers and make sure I can read your writing or printing. If you don’t know what something means… ASK ME !
I took art class in high school because I would watch my Dad draw and build things. I always liked to draw, paint and construct 3-D pieces. Also, I had plans to go to college and become an interior designer, which I did. You are all very lucky that art is part of your learning experience. I hope you enjoy our class. 1. Why are you taking Art?
2. What do you hope to learn from this class? When I was in high school art class I wanted to learn about drawing and painting techniques and how to use colors effectively I also liked the fact that we had a cool art teacher that let us pipe in 69-70’s rock and roll music over the intercom
I also like to explore famous artists and the work they produced Some of the artists I was interested in during the 60’s were:
We are going to learn about famous works of art and the artists who created them… …and then we will create artwork inspired by the famous artist and their work…. …the artists and artwork we will look at and create are…
personal functions (express feelings) Edvard Munch The Scream 1895 lithograph
social functions (family, community, or civilization) Diego Rivera En el Arsenal 1928 fresco. located on the second floor, south wall, Ministry of Education, Mexico City, Mexico.
spiritual functions (express beliefs) Michelangelo Pietà 1499 marble sculpture 68.5 × 76.8 in. St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City, Rome, Italy a depiction of the body of Jesus on the lap of his mother Mary after the Crucifixion. It was carved when the sculptor was only 24 years old.
physical functions (baskets, pottery, furniture, architecture) The ‘Leaning’ Tower of Pisa Pisa, Italy constructed in 1173
education functions (record history visually) Hans Holbein Anne of Cleves 1539 tempera and oil on parchment 25 5/8 x 18 7/8 in. The Louvre, Paris, France.
6. Forms of Art Art can come in both 2-D and 3-D form…
Drawing Drawing, Pencil The Hague: September - October, 1882 Kröller-Müller Museum Otterlo, The Netherlands, Europe Van Gogh: Orphan Man with Top Hat and Umbrella Looking at his Watch Kröller-Müller Museum Van Gogh: Orphan Man with Top Hat and Umbrella Looking at his Watch
Painting "The Mona Lisa" by Leonardo da Vinci. Painted c.1503-6. Oil paint on wood. Size: 30x20" (77x53cm). This famous painting is now in the collection of the Louvre in Paris. * Is Da Vinci's Mona Lisa a Self-Portrait?Is Da Vinci's Mona Lisa a Self-Portrait? * Click here to see Leonardo superimposed over Mona Lisa BREAKTHROUGH The Da Vinci Dress CodeBREAKTHROUGH The Da Vinci Dress Code * Mona Lisa Comes to LifeMona Lisa Comes to Life *
Painting "The Mona Lisa" by Leonardo da Vinci. Painted c.1503-6. Oil paint on wood. Size: 30x20" (77x53cm). This famous painting is now in the collection of the Louvre in Paris. * Is Da Vinci's Mona Lisa a Self-Portrait?Is Da Vinci's Mona Lisa a Self-Portrait? * BREAKTHROUGH The Da Vinci Dress CodeBREAKTHROUGH The Da Vinci Dress Code * Mona Lisa Comes to LifeMona Lisa Comes to Life *
Printmaking Waterfall. Original work by M. C. Escher, 1961. Lithograph.M. C. Escher
Photography Ansel AdamsAnsel Adams The Tetons and the Snake River (1942) Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. National Archives and Records Administration, Records of the National Park Service.
Body Art Complex Kadakali makeup is a form of body art.Kadakali Kathakali (Malayalam: കഥകളി ) is a highly stylized classical Indian dance- drama noted for the attractive make-up of characters, elaborate costumes, detailed gestures and well-defined body movements presented in tune with the anchor playback music and complementary percussion.MalayalamIndiandance drama
Architecture The Walter Gale House (1893) is Queen Anne in style yet features window bands and a cantilevered porch roof which hint at Wright's developing aestheticsWalter Gale House Queen Anne
Sculpture Statue by Frederic Remington(October 4, 1861 - December 26, 1909) - The Bronco Buster. This bronze sculpture was created by Frederic Remington in 1909. It is number 17. It was given to the Lyndon B. Johnson Library and Museum by Dr. Armand Hammer. The sculpture measures 31-1/8" x 13" x 17-1/2".Frederic Remington
Glass Girl with Cherry Blossoms illustrates many types of glass employed by Tiffany including elaborate polychrome painting of the face, drapery glass for the dress, opalescent glass for the blossoms, streaky glass in the border, fracture-streamer glass in the background and what may be iridescent glass in the beadspolychrome
Kinetic Art Mobiles Red Mobile, by Alexander Calder. 1956. Painted sheet metal and metal rods. Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.Alexander Calder
5. Name as many styles of art you know of. My favorite style and the style of art I usually create in is… Impressionism is a style of painting started in France in the 1860’s. It featured everyday subjects and emphasized the momentary effects of light on color.
Abstract is twentieth-century art containing shapes that simplify shapes of real objects to emphasize form instead of subject matter. Wassily Kandinsky On White II 1923 oil on canvas 105 x 98cm Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
Baroque is a style that emphasized dramatic lighting, movement and emotional intensity. Developed in the late 17 th century. Peter Paul Rubens Christ on the Cross 1620 oil on canvas Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp, Belgium
Byzantine is a style that developed around Constantinople (now Istanbul, Turkey) in the eastern Roman Empire. It featured very rich colors and heavily outline figures that appeared flat and stiff. The most famous of the surviving Byzantine mosaics of the Hagia Sophia in Constantinople – the image of Christ Pantocrator on the walls of the upper southern gallery. The mosaics were made in the 12th century.
Cubism is a twentieth-century art movement that emphasizes structure and design. Three-dimensional objects are pictured from many different points of view at the same time. Pablo Picasso Three Musicians 1921, oil on canvas, 200.7 x 222.9 cm. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Expressionism is a twentieth-century art style that emphasized the expression of innermost feelings. Marc Chagall I and the Village 1911 oil on canvas 63 5/8 x 59 5/8 in. Guggenheim Museum of Art, New York, NY
Gothic is an artistic style developed in western Europe between the twelfth and sixteenth centuries. Featured churches that seemed to soar upward, pointed arches, and stained-glass windows. Chartres Cathedral Chartres, France
Pop is an artistic style used in the early 1960’s in the United States that portrayed images of popular culture (mass media, commercial art, comic strips, advertising. Andy Warhol Campbell's Soup Cans 1962 synthetic polymer paint on canvas each 20 × 16 in. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Prehistoric style used before written records were kept. The objects made by people during this period are all that remain to tell us about the people who lived long ago. cave paintings Lascaux, France
Realism is a min-nineteenth-century artistic style in which familiar scenes are presented as they actually appeared. Edouard Manet The Railway 1873 oil on canvas 36 ¾ x 43 7/8 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
Surrealism Emphasized art in which dreams, fantasy, and the subconscious served as inspiration for artists. To just name a few Art Styles and Movements! Salvador Dali The Persistence of Memory 1931 oil on canvas 9.4 × 13 in. Museum of Modern Art, New York City
6. Name 3 famous artists. My 3 favorite famous artists are…
Vincent van Gogh was born March 30, 1853 in Zundert, The Netherlands and died July 29, 1890 in Auvers-sur-Oise, France. His nationality was Dutch. His art field was painting. The movement (style) of art was Impressionism. The time span in which he created art was 1880 until the day before he died in 1890. Drawbridge with Lady with Parasol. May 1888. Oil on canvas. Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne, Germany.
Claude Monet was born November 14, 1890 and died December 5, 1926. His nationality was French. His art field was painting. The movement (style) of art was Impressionism. The time span in which he created art was around 1860 until his death in 1926. Bridge over a Pond of Water Lilies 1899 oil on canvas 36 1/2 x 29 in. Metropolitan Museum of Art
Georgia O’Keeffe was born November 15, 1887 in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin and died March 6, 1986 in New Mexico. Her nationality was American. Her art field was painting. The movement (style) of art was Impressionism. The time span in which she created art was 1916 until 1965. Red Poppy 1927 oil on canvas 7 x 9 in. collection of Daniel Catton Rich
7. Name at least one piece of artwork found in your home. I have many, pieces of art in my home.
Some works are by me, such as this oil painting.
Some are by my family such as this quilt created by my mother.
Some are by artist friends, such as this stoneware vase by Anne & McDonald Crosby of Joppa Potters, right here in Rutledge.
8. What is your favorite color and why? My favorite color is green because it is the color of nature and I love nature. It has a clean, refreshing feeling to me. “Green” (700AD) is an ancient color name, from the same Indo-European root as “grow” and “grass”. Not surprisingly, many shades of green are named for specific plants. Willow Green (1672), Apple Green (1648), Avocado Green (1947), Cedar Green (1600), Cypress Green (1905), Emerald (1598), Fern Green (1902), Fir Green (1884), Forest Green (1810), Grape Green (1893), and Grass Green (700) are just a few.
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