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Fine Arts2 Techniques…...............................Slide 3 Van Gogh ……………………Slide 4 Van Gogh pictures……………slide 5 Eric Carl ………………………Slide 6 Eric.

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3 Fine Arts2 Techniques… Slide 3 Van Gogh ……………………Slide 4 Van Gogh pictures……………slide 5 Eric Carl ………………………Slide 6 Eric Carl pictures………………slide 7 Fine Arts T.V. ……………………Slide 8 Fine Arts T.V. pictures……………slide 9 Fine Arts Books …………………Slide 10 Fine Art Books pictures…………slide 11

4 Fine Arts3 There are many techniques that are used to improve your artwork. 1) View– Draw ideas from observations, imagination, personal experience.... Give good difference to the use of art basics 2) Past or Inspiring Customs– Look at many art pieces to find cultural backgrounds. Recognize careers and different choices in art. 3) Reaction and Evaluation– Judge student’s artwork and your own. Compare relationships of ideas and sense.

5 Fine Arts4 Van Gogh was born in the year of 1853 in the Netherlands and died in Van Gogh had OVER 800 paintings. Van Gogh sold his artwork for 50 million dollars but wasn’t pretty rich. Although they were worth 50 million he only sold one of his paintings called, The Red Vineyard, for Francs or $ Another interesting thing is that Van Gogh cut off his own ear. He got into a fight with his roommate and his friend, he accidentally cut off his lower part of the left ear and gave it as a gift to prostitute.

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7 6 Eric Carle was born in Syracuse, New York; in the year of Eric Carle moved with his parents to Germany when he was still at a young age. Eric Carle wanted to fulfill his dreams in America. So he came back to America in Eric Carle had done great art and brought that back with him. He found a job very soon as a graphic designer. This job promoted him to the New York Times. Later on in his life Eric Carle became an art director for an advertising job. He stayed with that job for many years. One day Eric Carle and Bill Martin wrote a book together. Bill Martin wanted Eric Carle to illustrate the book. So they made a book called Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? It was a big hit. Eric Carle enjoyed writing for children and soon started writing his own books. Eric Carle’s first original book was 1, 2, 3 to the Zoo. The next book was The Very Hungry Caterpillar which was and still is his biggest hit. Eric Carle writes to make children happy and he likes to relate to them. His operating budget is 2.3 million dollars.

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9 8 In January 2005, Fine Arts premiered on T.V. ATN (Art Television Network) is intended to enlarge the sales of fine art prints. A fine arts publisher for around 45 years, Edward Weston along with an advertising marketing executive, Francis Coiro, is the beginning the project. The network lets artists to present and sell their artwork. They make $25,000 plus commission and travel operating expense.

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11 10 o Discovering Great Artists: Hands-On Art for Children in the Styles of the Great Masters By: MaryAnn F. Kohl and Kim Solga o Drawing With Children By: Mona Brookes oChild’s Book of Art By: Lucy Micklethwait oMotion Graphic Design and Fine Art Animation: Principles and Practice By: Jon Krasner oEtchings of James McNeill Whistler By: James McNeill Whistler and Maria Naylor o Usborne The Children’s Book of Art By: Rosie Dickins, Carrie Armstrong, and Joanne Mcconville o Art for the Very Young By: Elizabeth Kelly, and Joanne Mcconville

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