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Hundertwasser Students explore the work of an artistEngage with ideas and identify how meaning is conveyed Develop their own views Create their own art work
Research Hundertwasser research
Research Hundertwasser research
Colour walk exercise… Mixing primaries to create secondary and tertiary colours inspired by Hundertwassers bold use of colour.
Water colour techniques…Experimenting with the water colour techniques wet on wet, wet on dry and blending.
Hundertwasser copies – colour mixing…
Drawing natural objects…As Hundertwasser was inspired by nature- observational studies of leaves.
Observation in colour of gardens…
Gardens in the style of HundertwasserHere students focussed on Hundertwassers pattern and colour ….
Hundertwasser style garden…Here the students reproduced their garden observations in the style of Hundertwasser adding bold colour…
Hundertwasser final outcomes…Here students focussed on colour and line to produce an A3 watercolour study of their garden in the style of Hundertwasser.
Final outcomes…. Examples of watercolour 3d frames in the style of Hundertwasser focussing on the water colour techniques…
Hundertwasser architecture- 3d net houses
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3-D Name. Create A 3-D Design Using Your Name You can use Cut Paper, or Cardboard You will need to research artist in this PP as well as find new artist.
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.
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