i can… can you?

“One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self-confidence is preparation.”— Arthur Ashe

YES… YOU… CAN! (http://www.wisdomtimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Limiting-Beliefs1.jpg)

Art Foundations: Last Day to work on the Colored Pencil Drawings

We are talking about the work you have completed TOMORROW. Let’s preview the thought process… (http://www.heromachine.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/Critique_poster_low_res.jpg)


  1. 2.6 Work on creating multiple solutions to solve visual challenges.
  2. 2.2 evaluate the effectiveness of artworks.

hat are the most interesting aspects of the artwork that you have created? What do you think you might be able to do in the future with the skills you have developed with the colored pencils? How can you further use those skills in your artwork?

Advanced Drawing: What are you doing? What do you need to take home tomorrow?

“Office at Night” What are the relationships in the figures you see? what about the work is interesting to you? Click on the image for a brief read about the work. (http://www.edwardhopper.net/office-at-night.jsp)


  1. 3.4 evaluate and defend the validity of sources for ideas
  2. 3.2 apply subjects, symbols, and ideas in art and use skill to solve visual challenges

What do you hope to accomplish in the creation of this work? What messages are you communicating in this drawing? What are the requirements we have talked about and how are you fulfilling them?

AP Studio Art: Of Sailors and Whales

Van Gogh can create multiple solutions to a single problem… how about you? (https://blog.klm.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Van-Goghs-sketchbook-1.jpg)


  1. 1.2 create art that demonstrates an understanding of how your ideas relate to the 1.2.1 materials 1.2.2 techniques 1.2.3 and processes you use.
  2. 2.6 Work on creating multiple solutions to solve visual challenges.

What are the works that need work? What are you doing with the time you are in here? Should I be writing you passes for your study halls? If I am, should I continue?

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