Presentation on theme: "Be an Art Detective What shapes do you see? Do you see any lines in these artworks? What kinds? What colours did the artist use? What is the biggest thing."— Presentation transcript:
Be an Art Detective What shapes do you see? Do you see any lines in these artworks? What kinds? What colours did the artist use? What is the biggest thing in this painting? Why do you think the artist makes pictures of hearts?
Jim Dine at the Galerie de Bellefeuille, Westmount (Montreal), Canada, in 2009 -Retrieved from Wikipedia, Jan. 2011, at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Dine Jim Dine Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on June 16, 1935 Pop Art = he takes a popular thing and uses it in his art A painter and a sculptor Retrieved Jan 2011 from http://www.georgetownframeshoppe.c om/jim_dine_biography.html
Blackheart by Jim Dine; lithography; 1983 The Earth by Jim Dine
Artwork by Jim Dine retrieved January 2011 from Google; “Jim Dine Images” Artwork by Jim Dine…
Two Big Black Hearts by Jim Dine (bronze) At the DeCordova Sculpture park Twin Hearts by Jim Dine Sculptures by Jim Dine
Kinds of Lines that Artists Use…. Straight Line Zigzag Line Wavy or Curvy Line Loopy Line Thin Line Thick Line Broken Line
Creating “Heart” Work… Start by folding the paper in half. Draw a heart on each half of the paper. Use Oil Pastels to create interesting lines, shapes, colours or patterns to fill your hearts. Make thoughtful choices to create an interesting design.