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AQA GCSE Art & Design Set Task (Exam) Starting Point 3: Effects of Light Development Work Planning PowerPoint
How to use this PowerPoint Use this PP to plan and produce development work for your exam project. You can always access it via the art website: www.lbsart.weebly.com Green slides signal the start of a new stage in your planning or sketchbook
Planning stages (green slides) (Tip: Use these stages as titles in your sketchbook to help planning) ( You may decide to do some stages in a different order) (Think about how long each stage will take and plan your time carefully) 1.AO3 - Brainstorm the starting point 2.AO1 – Artist and cultural investigations 3.AO3 - Early intentions and ideas 4.AO3 - Primary & Secondary recording 5.AO1 – Investigations from other sources 6.AO2 – Using materials to refine ideas 7.AO4 – Final design 8.AO4 – Final outcome (in 10 hour exam)
1. AO3 - Brainstorm the starting point EFFECTS OF LIGHT Impressionist painters were inspired by how the effects of light changed the appearance of their subjects. More recently, artists Susan Derges and Garry Fabian Miller have exploited the effects of light to create camera-less photographs, and filmmaker Tacita Dean has explored the unique effects of projected light. Research appropriate sources and create your own work in response to Effects of Light Produce a brainstorm for the theme that uses word association to generate ideas. Use the images on the next slide to inspire you... (GRADE A / A*) A highly developed ability to fluently and skilfully record ideas and insights relevant to intentions (GRADE B) A consistent ability to skilfully record ideas and insights relevant to intentions (GRADE C) A generally consistent ability to effectively record ideas and insights relevant to intentions
2. AO1 - Artist investigations Investigate and analyse at least 2 of the artists given in the exam starting points. Use reliable internet sources and if possible books and other sources Use quality images, drawings and annotations using the 4 headings TOP TIP: Take care with presentation and the spelling, punctuation and grammar of written work. Use the annotation help sheets to extend your vocabulary (GRADE A / A*) A confident and highly developed ability to demonstrate analytical and cultural understanding (GRADE B) A consistent ability to demonstrate analytical and cultural understanding (GRADE C) A generally consistent ability to demonstrate analytical and cultural understanding
Lisa Milroy www.lisamilroy.net www.lisamilroy.net Lisa Milroy is a Anglo-Canadian painter who lives and works in the UK. Lisa Milroy was born in 1959 and raised in Vancouver, Canada. She moved to London in 1979 to study at Goldsmiths College Lisa Milroy Shoes 1985
Impressionism Taking their name from Claude Monet's 'Impression, Sunrise', the Impressionists were established in Paris during the 1870's. A diverse group of painters, rejected by the art establishment, defiantly set up their own exhibition. They included Monet, Renoir, Pissarro and Degas. Landscapes, and scenes from modern urban and suburban life painted in bright, pure colours are typical. Impressionists often began (and sometimes completed) their paintings outdoors rather in a studio. Their rapidly applied brushstrokes are often visible. Claude Monet, The Water-Lily Pond, 1899 click here for a useful link!
Impressionsim Renoir, At the Theatre (La Première Sortie), 1876-7 Renoir, The Skiff (La Yole), 1875
Susan Derges http://www.susanderges.com/ click here for a useful video! Camera-less photography
3. AO3 - Early intentions and ideas Process Content Meaning Purpose CLOSE -UP TOP TIP: You could include some small thumbnail drawings to show your idea visually -Choose an area of your brainstorm to focus on - Make written notes about your early intentions for the project and what you hope to achieve by the end. (This plan may change!) - Use the 4 headings and also include: -Objects you want to record visually -Artists and other sources you want to investigate
4. AO3 - Primary and Secondary Recording You must now find appropriate objects and items to record from. The main ways you will do this will be through observational drawing and photography. Record from primary sources first and move onto secondary sources if necessary… (GRADE A / A*) A highly developed ability to fluently and skilfully record observations relevant to intentions (GRADE B) A consistent ability to skilfully record observations relevant to intentions (GRADE C) A generally consistent ability to effectively record observations relevant to intentions
Observational drawing Success Criteria: -Quality tonal shading -High contrast - Interesting and unusual compositions - Zooming in and cropping -Dramatic lighting
Photography Success Criteria: -Interesting and unusual compositions -Appropriate themes - Zooming in and cropping - dramatic lighting
5. AO1 - Investigations from other sources You must extend your investigations by using other sources of information This could include other artists, a visit to a gallery or a local place of interest related to your theme Record your investigations using photography, drawings, collected items and written notes. TOP TIP: Always refer to your intentions, state why you have investigated a source, how will it help with your final piece?
6. AO2 - Using materials to refine ideas Choose appropriate materials to develop your ideas See the next slide for ideas about materials Re-visit and refine your experimental pieces up to the highest standard possible. (GRADE A / A*) A highly developed ability to thoughtfully refine ideas through purposeful and discriminating selection of appropriate materials and techniques (GRADE B) A consistent ability to thoughtfully refine ideas through purposeful selection of appropriate materials and techniques (GRADE C) A generally consistent ability to effectively refine ideas through experimenting and selecting appropriate materials and techniques TOP TIP: Use materials that you have used before and are confident with! Never spend more time writing about your practical work than doing it!
Using materials 2D Pencil Fineliner / Pen Watercolours Acrylic Paints Collage Polystyrene Printing Lino Printing 3D Card Relief Wire / card sculpture Clay slab Clay coil / pinch pot Glazing techniques http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/art /video/ TOP TIP: The link below takes you to GCSE Bitesize and useful practical videos for 2D and 3D techniques The list below shows what you should have covered in your GCSE Art Remember to use materials that you are confident with already...
7. AO4 – Final Design CONTENTPROCESS MEANING PURPOSE Final Design Produce a quality final design for your final piece This should be a refined drawing of how your 2D / 3D piece will look Make notes using the 4 headings TOP TIPS: Highlight how your final piece will realise your intentions Highlight links and connections to artist work that you have looked at.. (GRADE A / A*) A highly developed ability to present an imaginative, personal, informed and meaningful response when realising intentions. (GRADE B) A consistent ability to present an personal, informed and meaningful response when realising intentions. (GRADE C) A generally consistent ability to effectively present an personal, informed and meaningful response when realising intentions.