#EndOfAssignments and #ArtCritiques – #LetUsSeeWhatWeCanDo

EVERYONE! ALL LATE WORK NEEDS TO BE RESOLVED AND DONE BY FRIDAY (Today or LAST WEEK if this is a MONDAY Viewing of the website). NOTHING ACCEPTED PAST FRIDAY… PERIOD.

“If you don’t like change, you’ll like irrelevance even lessGeneral Eric Shinseki


Art Foundations: LAST DAY TO ASSEMBLE

Talk about AVANT GARDE JEWELRY! 
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  • G: 1.2P: Shape an artistic investigation of an aspect of present-day life using a contemporary practice of art or design.
  • A: This is the LAST DAY to work on the AVANT GARDE sculptural jewelry or sculpture. At what stage of the process are you? What do you need to accomplish today to get this all set and done? We are going to begin the NEXT STUDIO TIME with a rubric and then move on to our final creation – an acrylic painting – a grid portrait in color. SET A GOAL for yourself today and make sure you reflect on it frequently. STAY IN YOUR ASSIGNED SEATS as we work and KEEP THE CONVERSATION at your tables. SO NOT TALK ACROSS THE ROOM.
  • G: Do you need to come in and use ENRICHMENT TIME to get caught up in the process are you all up to speed? This is a challenging process that was new to all of you. What SPECIFICALLY do you need to do? Write that out.

Digital Art: Literature Time – KEEP WORKING – Let’s Share our PROGRESS however…

GREAT book illustration and an PORTFOLIO of Tim O’Brien’s Illustrations
  • G: 1.2Ac: Choose from a range of materials and methods of traditional and contemporary artistic practices to plan works of art and design.
  • A: What progress have you made in the illustrations? Let’s take 10 minutes and share your progress and problems with someone you wouldn’t otherwise speak to.
    • When you LISTEN to others talk about thier work…
      • LISTEN TO EACH PERSON AS THEY GO THROUGH THEIR OWN WORK.
      • OFFER CRITIQUE WHEN THE TIME COMES – AFTER you have listened to their descriptions of their work.
    • When YOU talk about YOUR work…
      • What is the work of LITERATURE that you are using?
      • WHY are you using that work of literature?
      • WHAT from that literature are you trying to express in the illustration?
      • What PROGRAM are you using?
      • What are the CHALLENGES that you are having with the work of art?
      • What are your SUCCESSES?
      • What else can you say about your work?
  • Also – Let’s review the TALKING about the work as a group and then move on. EVERYONE will become better at the talking part of this… I promise it won’t we as difficult as some of you have been struggling worth.
  • G: Accomplishments? Are you on track? One more FULL studio time to get through this. Next period is a full block of solid WORK TIME!

Intro To Painting: Critique! I hope you brought FOOD!

  • 3.1Ac: Engage in constructive critique with peers, then reflect on, re-engage, revise, and refine works of art and design in response to personal artistic vision.
  • A: Thinking about the works that we have completed over the past two weeks or so, what are the struggles you had with the process? What were the successes that you had? What are you most pleased / surprised / struggled with? Take some time and talk with a  friend / buddy / stranger to work through the rubric on your abstractions paintings and then the still life works. We are going to take 20 minutes to work through the rubric so that
    • 1) You have thought about and reflected on your work and are ready to talk about the things / techniques you learned, like, and dislike (and WHY) and
    • 2) I have the SELF-ASSESSMENT rubric to add my thoughts to.
  • G: We critiqued today – that is plenty of time and thought to talk about the work. Write out ONE THING that you took away from the critique.
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#KorbIsGone! #WhatToDo? #Wednesday he is gone… there is #WorkToDo in the #Studio and you are #OnYourOwn

EVERYONE! ALL LATE WORK NEEDS TO BE RESOLVED AND DONE BY FRIDAY. WE MUST MOVE ON AND GET GRADES IN. NOTHING ACCEPTED PAST FRIDAY… PERIOD.

“If you don’t like change, you’ll like irrelevance even lessGeneral Eric Shinseki


Art Foundations: Assemblage and Drawing – 2 days to assemble.

Avant Garde? How are you doing with the process? 
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  • G: 1.2P: Shape an artistic investigation of an aspect of present-day life using a contemporary practice of art or design.
  • A: Today we are looking at the progress that you have made in the planning of the work. Your responsibility is going to be working to assemble the pieces and parts of the etched work into the final compete work.
    • What, specifically, are you doing to join the parts together?
    • How are you using all of the ideas of the etching, jump rings, and rivets to make sure it is all done and executed well?
    • SET A GOAL for yourself today and make sure you reflect on it frequently.
    • STAY IN YOUR ASSIGNED SEATS
    • KEEP THE CONVERSATION at your tables. DO NOT TALK ACROSS THE ROOM.
  • G: What were your goals for the day? Did you meet them? Please keep the larger picture in mind as you move forward in the process.

Digital Art: Literature Time – Are You READY!

Book Illustrations: and a GREAT ARTICLE from the New York Times.
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  • G: 1.2Ac: Choose from a range of materials and methods of traditional and contemporary artistic practices to plan works of art and design.
  • A: What did you think your ARTIST HABITS OF MIND was when we reflected last time. Remember that I am concerned about the idea of looking at the work from a distance – don’t get lose in the small details of the close up and think about the larger picture.
  • G: Accomplishments? Are you on track to have the work done in 2 more full studio times? We are going to talk about the process of the critique next time – this is a skill that you are in need of. Some are stronger than others and we are all going to work on the process of talking about the work you are creating.

Intro To Painting: Friday! Don’t forget to bring FOOD STUFF for the CRIT.

Chuck Close Portrait
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  • G: 1.2Ac: Choose from a range of materials and methods of traditional and contemporary artistic practices to plan works of art and design.
  • A: Today you are RESEARCHING or FINISHING UP your works so that you are ready to critique on Friday. The computers and tablets are in the black cart in Mr. Korb’s office. Please use the computers, your own technology, the tablets, whatever you need. Please make sure that you are researching the artists that are on your list. This is to limit the numbers that you need to choose from – simplification. Talk to me if you are having any issues.
  • This research id NOW DUE, as well as your photographs, on FRIDAY. If you need to talk to me – TALK TO ME!
  • G: How are you doing with the research today? What do you need to do in order to be ready on Friday. The research is important BECAUSE you do not have as wide an understanding OR visual knowledge of art history and contemporary works – yet. 5 works from 3 of the artists… details. Also – make sure you have your photos made.

A #NewWeek in the #ArtStudio… are you #ReadyToWork?

EVERYONE! ALL LATE WORK NEEDS TO BE RESOLVED AND DONE BY FRIDAY. WE MUST MOVE ON AND GET GRADES IN. NOTHING ACCEPTED PAST FRIDAY… PERIOD.

“If you don’t like change, you’ll like irrelevance even lessGeneral Eric Shinseki –


Art Foundations: AVANT GARDE: Are you?

Lots of Jump Rings – What are you doing with your work? 
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  • G: 1.2P: Shape an artistic investigation of an aspect of present-day life using a contemporary practice of art or design.
  • A: We have completed one solid metals work… ready to move forward? The ideas of the etching, jump rings, rivet… they are all a part of your toolboxes now. As you planned the ideas out for the AVANT GARDE metals work… what are they? Explain to your neighbor and let them explain to you the process, the design, and the ideas you have developed in the work. Write out, in your handbook or on a sticky note the feedback that you get from your partner.
  • G: What are your plans for next time? What do you need to do between now and then to make sure you are fully ready to g0?  Also… most importantly, what are you going to do to make it AUTHENTICALLY YOURS?

Digital Art: Literature Time – Are You READY!

Planning for your Illustrations? You are drawing as big or slightly bigger than the final production size. 
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  • G: 1.2Ac: Choose from a range of materials and methods of traditional and contemporary artistic practices to plan works of art and design.
  • A: How are you moving forward with the beginning of the illustration? Let’s take a few minutes to talk with your BFF in here and explain the idea behind your work, the progress you have made SO far, and the directions you are going to be making this week.
    • What is ONE GOAL for today?
    • TAKE NOTE! – You CANNOT use an image of someone else’s without making HUGE changes to it so that it is now your image and no longer theirs.
  • G: Looking at the Artist Habits of Mind today, which of them are you finding that you are utilizing and please explain how. This is a time to reflect. One thing to keep in mind is the BIG PICTURE! It is harder to see the big picture when you are looking at a digital screen that is zoomed in close versus a canvas or sheet of paper as a picture plane.

Intro To Painting: Friday! Don’t forget to bring FOOD STUFF for the CRIT.

  • G: 2.1Ac: Through experimentation, practice, and persistence, demonstrate acquisition of skills and knowledge in a chosen art form.
  • A: Acrylic Painting Techniques. LAST DAY. What struggles / success have you have with the materials in the of Acrylics? Please be specific in the writing of your thoughts. (HANDBOOK PLEASE).
  • Today we are assembling the final bits and pieces of the work. Next time we are going to critique the final abstraction painting and the 3 still life paintings that we have been working on. Think about all of the various skills that we worked through. What, from the MANY techniques that we worked through, are you most comfortable with? What of the techniques did you choose to not work with as much? Me? I am not a big fan of the additive… I appreciate it, bit I am not the biggest fan of it.
  • G: What have you got to do for next time? What are the aspects of the 4 paintings that you are going to need to resolve, continue to work with in order to be finished for the critique/

#End of the Week, what are the plans in the #Studio?

“Nobody tells this to people who are beginners, I wish someone told me. All of us who do creative work, we get into it because we have good taste. But there is this gap. For the first couple years you make stuff, it’s just not that good…” Ira Glass


Art Foundations: Metals: Etching, Riveting, Jump Rings and DESIGN

What are you thinking about that will work MANY LAYERS and LEVELS and COMPONENTS to an interesting and unique work of art? http://thejewelryloupe.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/Oxidized_pieces_2_005.jpg
  • G: 1.2P: Shape an artistic investigation of an aspect of present-day life using a contemporary practice of art or design.
  • A: In your handbook: Looking at the FIRST work of Etching and Cold Joining that you haev completed, what are your thoughts and feelings about the process? How does this work with the plans that you made from the beginning of the process? What are your thoughts about the NEXT ARTWORK that we are going to be making? Avant Garde remember – Out of the box ideas… HERE are some more ideas.
  • G: What have you accomplished today in the PLANNING of the work? What do you need to be doing to make sure that the FINAL IDEAS are READY TO ROLL for the next time we meet? I will be ETCHING your work after the next time we get together – so you HAVE TO get in and get yourself ready to work – be prepared! 

Digital Art: Literature Time – Are You READY!

  • G: 1.2Ac: Choose from a range of materials and methods of traditional and contemporary artistic practices to plan works of art and design.
  • A: DAY 3: What Book / Story / Song have you brought in and thought about to use as your inspiration for this ILLUSTRATION in Photoshop? How did things go last time in the process of the DESIGN and BEGINNING of the illustration? MAKE SURE YOU ARE INVESTED in this work. OFTEN a book illustrator has ZERO investment in the book – one doesn’t have to like or dislike the story – but one does have to be able to be invested in the making of a successful image. Ok?
  • G: Looking over the process you have what have you accomplished today in the process of ILLUSTRATING the work of “LITERATURE.” How are you making strong artistic choices (look at the Artist Habits of Mind to make a reflection on here).
How are you working to move your ideas FORWARD https://www.yorkpress.co.uk/resources/images/3670099/

Intro To Painting: MONDAY! Don’t forget to bring FOOD STUFF!

Next Monday – This is US! https://korbartwuhs.files.wordpress.com/2018/12/2023f-artistinresidencecritique-2.jpg
  • G: 2.1Ac: Through experimentation, practice, and persistence, demonstrate acquisition of skills and knowledge in a chosen art form.
  • A: When it comes to the ideas of the PORTRAIT.. What are you most afraid of? We will be spending a BRIEF amount of time practicing the features of the portrait – reviewing for most I suppose, but if you haven’t had drawing – this will be new to you.
  • G: Prior to next time, you will be responsible for researching a few of the contemporary and historical artists that I have provided you on a list through Google Classroom, this website, and the handout. In Google Classroom / Google Drive – create a SLIDESHOW and make a presentation of the works that you are interested in. You will also need to have a series of PHOTOGRAPHS created of yourself (and they need to be made specifically FOR this assignment).

#Tuesday and #Wednesday in the #ArtStudio! #Working to #BeginArt and #ResolveArt (in some cases…)

“Nobody tells this to people who are beginners, I wish someone told me. All of us who do creative work, we get into it because we have good taste. But there is this gap. For the first couple years you make stuff, it’s just not that good…” Ira Glass


Art Foundations: Metals: Etching, Riveting, Jump Rings and DESIGN

  • G: 1.2P: Shape an artistic investigation of an aspect of present-day life using a contemporary practice of art or design.
  • A: What are your thoughts and feelings about the etching you have been given back? How does this work with the plans that you have made from the beginning of the process? What are your next steps in the process?
  • G: What have you accomplished today? The not heat joining is important in the production of the final artwork.
What are you doing to make this your finished work? Jump Rings? Rivet? Necklace? Keychain? 
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Digital Art: Literature Time – Are You READY!

  • G: 1.2Ac: Choose from a range of materials and methods of traditional and contemporary artistic practices to plan works of art and design.
  • A: DAY 2: What Book / Story / Song have you brought in and thought about to use as your inspiration for this ILLUSTRATION in Photoshop? How did things go last time in the process of the DESIGN and BEGINNING of the illustration? MAKE SURE YOU ARE INVESTED in this work. OFTEN a book illustrator has ZERO investment in the book – one doesn’t have to like or dislike the story – but one does have to be able to be invested in the making of a successful image. Ok?
  • G: Looking over the process you have what have you accomplished today in the process of ILLUSTRATING the work of “LITERATURE.” How are you making strong artistic choices (look at the Artist Habits of Mind to make a reflection on here).
Mo Willems working out his ideas – how are you doing with that? https://cdn.thinglink.me/api/image/613905185541980161/1240/10/scaletowidth

Intro To Painting: PAINTING IN ACRYLICS – WORK TIME and a demo on the next steps…

Next Monday – This is US! https://korbartwuhs.files.wordpress.com/2018/12/2023f-artistinresidencecritique-2.jpg
  • G: 2.1Ac: Through experimentation, practice, and persistence, demonstrate acquisition of skills and knowledge in a chosen art form.
  • Critique in two class periods – MONDAY! Don’t forget to bring FOOD STUFF!
  • A: Acrylic Painting Techniques. DAY 9. Critique Day in ! What
  • We are working the paintings for TECHNIQUES. LEARN THE TECHNIQUES here artists. I have your boards READY to GO! Will you GESSO it? Are you going to COLLAGE? Additive? What’s the next step?
  • G: What have you accomplished in the full range and processes of painting? Be prepared to identify the techniques and processes you went through in each. ALSO – Be prepared to begin the ideas of the next painting in studio using acrylics and all the skills you have learned. It is time for our ACRYLIC PORTRAITS. We are RESEARCHING some artists – I’ll have a list for you the DAY AFTER we critique – but here it is for those who want to do a little leg work ahead of time.

#Friday (and #Monday) and we have things to do to #MakeArt!

52 Every color has an opposite, called a complement. Complementary colors sit opposite one another in the color wheel. Additionally, all colors are affected by the presence of other colors. Even the smallest presence of a complement will enhance the intensity of a color when it is present in the same visual field. The presence of red, for instance, will cause the retina to “seek” green in the other colors present, hereby enhancing all parts of the green spectrum. If you wish to intensify a color in a composition, place some of its complement nearby. This applies to all media. The effective use of color is one of the greatest tools at an artist’s disposal. Kit White 101 Things to Learn in Art School


Art Foundations: Metals: Etching, Riveting, Jump Rings and DESIGN

  • G: 1.2P: Shape an artistic investigation of an aspect of present-day life using a contemporary practice of art or design.
  • A: What designs have you come up with? Take 5 minutes to share your ideas with your neighbors and get some feedback about them. What are 3 things that are strong and successful? What are 3 things that you feel needs work in the design? How are you going to ETCH and how are you going to RIVET? What about JUMP RINGS?
  • G: What are your plans for the metal? We will be etching and riveting to create a work of wearable art. What are your plans? What have you accomplished today in the planning of the work and preparation of the work? Are you ready for the next step?
More cool Ideas in ETCHING! 
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Digital Art: Literature Time – Are You READY!

  • G: 1.2Ac: Choose from a range of materials and methods of traditional and contemporary artistic practices to plan works of art and design.
  • A:DAY 1: What Book / Story / Song have you brought in and thought about to use as your inspiration for this ILLUSTRATION in Photoshop? As you have read, listened to the “literature”, what have you pulled from the “story?” Is it a phrase, an idea and feeling from the ENTIRETY of the story? IS it a character? Is it something entirely different? This is going to be your PERSONAL ILLUSTRATION about the work of literature.
  • G: Looking over the THUMBNAILS and SKETCHES you CAME IN WITH… What have you accomplished today in the process of ILLUSTRATING the work of “LITERATURE.” How are you making strong artistic choices (look at the Artist Habits of Mind to make a reflection on here).
What are you doing to ILLUSTRATE your work of LITERATURE? 
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Intro To Painting: PAINTING IN ACRYLICS – WORK TIME and a demo on the next steps…

  • Critique Next Time. Don’t forget to bring FOOD STUFF!.
  • A: Acrylic Painting Techniques. DAY 9. Critique Day in a few days! What?
  • We are working the paintings for TECHNIQUES. What TECHNIQUES that you have learned and are using in your paintings?
  • G: What have you accomplished in the full range and processes of painting? Be prepared to identify the techniques and processes you went through in each. ALSO – Be prepared to begin the ideas of the next painting in studio using acrylics and all the skills you have learned. It is time for our ACRYLIC PORTRAITS. We are RESEARCHING some artists – I’ll have a list for you the DAY AFTER we critique – but here it is for those who want to do a little leg work ahead of time.

#Wednesday (and #Thursday) is a #GoodDay to #MakeArt

52 Every color has an opposite, called a complement. Complementary colors sit opposite one another in the color wheel. Additionally, all colors are affected by the presence of other colors. Even the smallest presence of a complement will enhance the intensity of a color when it is present in the same visual field. The presence of red, for instance, will cause the retina to “seek” green in the other colors present, hereby enhancing all parts of the green spectrum. If you wish to intensify a color in a composition, place some of its complement nearby. This applies to all media. The effective use of color is one of the greatest tools at an artist’s disposal. Kit White 101 Things to Learn in Art School


Art Foundations: Metals: Etching, Riveting, Jump Rings and DESIGN

  • G: 1.2P: Shape an artistic investigation of an aspect of present-day life using a contemporary practice of art or design.
  • A: When it comes to designs – and the ideas of ONLY positive and Negative space (black and white) what initial thoughts do you have POP into your head. Here are some examples of works in the past for you to begin to plan / be inspired by? Today we will look through the internet for designs and ideas as well as use our sketchbooks to plan out the ideas for our work. You will come in next time with your final ideas planned out and READY TO ROLL. Demonstrations will happen next time on transferring them to the metal.
  • G: What are your plans for the metal? We will be etching and riveting to create a work of wearable art. What are your plans? What do you hope to accomplish that you might not have thought of before today? Also… most importantly, what are you going to do to make it AUTHENTICALLY YOURS?
What are your thoughts about patterns and repetition – line and shape? https://korbartwuhs.files.wordpress.com/2018/11/971c2-img_1290a.jpg

Digital Art: CRITIQUE DAY! 

  • 3.1Ac: Engage in constructive critique with peers, then reflect on, re-engage, revise, and refine works of art and design in response to personal artistic vision.
  • A: Thinking about the work that you have completed over the past two weeks or so, what are the struggles you had with the process? What were the successes that you had with the work? What are you most pleased / surprised / struggled) with? Take a few minutes – 5 – to talk with and make up a list with a friend / buddy / stranger to talk about the work and come up with 3 strong talking points – Process / Tools, Successes, Struggles. Then please come up with a question that you would like to ask another artist about their work.
  • G: We critiqued today – that is plenty of time and thought to talk about the work. Write out ONE THING that you took away from the critique.
Time to CRITIQUE: https://www.kcad.edu/uploads/cache/sized/uploads/images/slideshow/17F_330_MArch_Critique_Space-2-820×450.jpg

Intro To Painting: Continue with Acrylic Techniques

  • Critique coming up soon. Don’t forget to bring FOOD STUFF!
  • A: Acrylic Painting Techniques. DAY 8. What struggles / success have you have with the materials in the of Acrylics? Please be specific in the writing of your thoughts. (HANDBOOK PLEASE).
  • We are working the paintings for TECHNIQUES. LEARN THE TECHNIQUES here artists.
  • G: Well.. What have you accomplished in the full range and processes of painting? Be prepared to identify the techniques and processes you went through in each. ALSO – Be prepared to begin the ideas of the next painting in studio using acrylics and all the skills you have learned. It is time for our ACRYLIC PORTRAITS. We are RESEARCHING some artists – I’ll have a list for you the DAY AFTER we critique.

#WelcomeBack from #ThanksgivingBreak – Time to #MakeArtAgain

52 Every color has an opposite, called a complement. Complementary colors sit opposite one another in the color wheel. Additionally, all colors are affected by the presence of other colors. Even the smallest presence of a complement will enhance the intensity of a color when it is present in the same visual field. The presence of red, for instance, will cause the retina to “seek” green in the other colors present, hereby enhancing all parts of the green spectrum. If you wish to intensify a color in a composition, place some of its complement nearby. This applies to all media. The effective use of color is one of the greatest tools at an artist’s disposal. Kit White 101 Things to Learn in Art School

Color is coming up in the studio for Painting and Art Foundations – Are you ready?

Art Foundations: Continue to work in the Ceramics World ONE MORE DAY

  • G: 7.1P: Hypothesize ways in which art influences perception and understanding of human experiences.
  • A: What are three textures / techniques  you are using to make your work more interesting and successful as you work today to RESOLVE your sculpture / artwork? ALSO – this is a classroom management thing – as we work, it is important to talk and converse with one another but… keep the conversation to the table you are at. It gets WAY too loud in the studio when the conversation happens across the room. If that continues in the studio then we have to go to silent studio until the volumes get lower.
  • G: What techniques are REALLY important to be using to make sure any ADDITIVE clay really HOLD TIGHT to the clay you are adding it to? What ALSO do you need to do to make sure your work doesn’t dry out before the next time we meet?
Ceramic Faces: 
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Digital Art: Portrait Days in Photoshop are coming to an end – This is the LAST DAY.

  • G: 1.1Ac: Individually or collaboratively formulate new creative problems based on student’s existing artwork.
  • A: Last day to work on the self-portraits. We begin last time with a mid critique. In the HANDBOOKS (or sticky notes) what were three things that you took away from the mid crit that you INSTANTLY put to use in the continuation of the process? This is an illustration that you are creating – the final portrait will not belong in the final image. At the end of the period – we will submit through Google Classroom and then do a self – assessment. Think about the tools that you were able to learn and use that were NEW to you and that were SIMILAR from Adobe Illustrator.
  • G: When you come in next time you need to have 5 thumbnails AND the work of “Literature” with you. If you DO NOT HAVE SOMETHING WITH YOU, I will supply you with a work from your English Class (which is fine if you’d like by the way, you are reading it in class). BRING pencils and your sketchbook along with the ideas that you have come up with. What are some of the aspects of the story that you really enjoyed? How are you planning the ideas for the illustration? This will not be a just “wing it” process. Beginning of the FIRST DAY OF WORK on ILLUSTRATION we will see the last 5 minutes of WORK OF ART – TV Show – Season 1 – Episode 3 – Judge a Book by it’s Cover
Portrait in Photoshop – How are you doing?

Intro To Painting: Continue with Acrylic Techniques

  • G: 2.1Ac: Through experimentation, practice, and persistence, demonstrate acquisition of skills and knowledge in a chosen art form.
  • A: Acrylic Painting Techniques. DAY 7. What struggles / success have you have with the materials in the of Acrylics? Please be specific in the writing of your thoughts. (HANDBOOK PLEASE).
  • Today we are going to look at Milwaukee born Abstract Artist Jason Rohlf
  • Jude Rae from Sydney
  • Fred Bell  Milwaukee
    • We are working the paintings for TECHNIQUES. LEARN THE TECHNIQUES here artists.
  • Abstraction:
    • Take your canvas and in LARGE LETTERS – Carefully trace the LARGE BLOCK Letters that we have created from CAREFULLY CUT Squares of paper… your name is an easy word to start with…. But are there other words that are meaningful? If you don’t know now, that’s ok, you will think of something.
    • Now… Using all of the techniques that we have learned – FILL THE NEW SHAPES AND SPACES that you have drawn out.
    • Afterwards we are going to CUT them out and reattach them to MASONITE and create our abstract paintings.
    • Cut the canvas using an X-Acto Knife into 7 or 9 rectangular shapes.
    • We will attach these pieces to masonite and then use the outlines and edges to create a new abstract painting using ALL of the techniques we have learned.
  • Today, Next time, and the weekend to WRAP UP ALL OF THE PAINTINGS.

#HappyThanksgiving – HEY PAINTING ARTISTS!

Intro to Painting: Abstraction and Techniques

Take a look at the slideshow and then don’t forget to work on this idea over break so you are READY TO ROLL when we get back!

#Ceramics will continue, #WrapUp #Photoshop, and keep #Abstracting in #Acrylic.

#69: Color is not Neutral: It has an emotional component. Certain colors have specific associations and induce certain responses. Learn what they are. When you use color, try to determine and understand the accompanying emotional response and how to use it effectively. Color has a visceral impact. Kit White 101 Things I Learned in Art School  


Art Foundations: Continue to work in the Ceramics World

Face and Animals on Ceramic Mugs: https://arts.vcu.edu/arteducation/files/2018/02/1e14fb448517908bdfc0be0b790fd237.jpg
  • G: 7.1P: Hypothesize ways in which art influences perception and understanding of human experiences.
  • A: What are three textures / techniques  you are going to have to interpret into your sculpture from your research?
  • G: What techniques are REALLY important to be using to make sure any ADDITIVE clay really HOLD TIGHT to the clay you are adding it to? What ALSO do you need to do to make sure your work doesn’t dry out before the next time we meet?

Digital Art: Portrait Days in Photoshop are coming to an end.

  • G: 1.1Ac: Individually or collaboratively formulate new creative problems based on student’s existing artwork.
  • A: Last day to work on the self-portraits. We begin last time with a mid critique. In the HANDBOOKS (or sticky notes) what were three things that you took away from the mid crit that you INSTANTLY put to use in the continuation of the process? This is an illustration that you are creating – the final portrait will not belong in the final image. At the end of the period – we will submit through Google Classroom and then do a self – assessment. Think about the tools that you were able to learn and use that were NEW to you and that were SIMILAR from Adobe Illustrator.
  • G: Continue to finalize and resolve your with the self – portrait from last time in Adobe Photoshop. This is the SECOND to LAST DAY! HOMEWORK… When you come in in 2 class periods you need to have 5 thumbnails AND the work of “Literature” with you. If you DO NOT HAVE SOMETHING WITH YOU, I will supply you with a work from your English Class (which is fine if you’d like by the way, you are reading it in class). BRING pencils and your sketchbook along with the ideas that you have come up with. What are some of the aspects of the story that you really enjoyed? How are you planning the ideas for the illustration? This will not be a just “wing it” process. 
  • NEXT TIME 1/2 hour… WORK OF ART – TV Show – Season 1 – Episode 3 – Judge a Book by it’s Cover.

Intro To Painting: Continue with Acrylic Techniques

  • G: 2.1Ac: Through experimentation, practice, and persistence, demonstrate acquisition of skills and knowledge in a chosen art form.
  • A: Acrylic Painting Techniques. DAY 7. What struggles / success have you have with the materials in the of Acrylics? Please be specific in the writing of your thoughts. (HANDBOOK PLEASE).
  • Today we are going to look at Milwaukee born Abstract Artist Jason Rohlf
  • Jude Rae from Sydney
  • Fred Bell  Milwaukee
    • We are working the paintings for TECHNIQUES. LEARN THE TECHNIQUES here artists.
  • Abstraction:
    • Take your canvas and in LARGE LETTERS – Carefully trace the LARGE BLOCK Letters that we have created from CAREFULLY CUT Squares of paper… your name is an easy word to start with…. But are there other words that are meaningful? If you don’t know now, that’s ok, you will think of something.
    • Now… Using all of the techniques that we have learned – FILL THE NEW SHAPES AND SPACES that you have drawn out.
    • Afterwards we are going to CUT them out and reattach them to MASONITE and create our abstract paintings.
    • Cut the canvas using an X-Acto Knife into 7 or 9 rectangular shapes.
    • We will attach these pieces to masonite and then use the outlines and edges to create a new abstract painting using ALL of the techniques we have learned.
  • Today, Next time, and the weekend to WRAP UP ALL OF THE PAINTINGS.