New Record for painting… 179 million dollars. Picasso’s Women of Algiers. HERE
Women of Algiers CNBC May 11, 2015
“Never tell a young person that anything cannot be done. God may have been waiting centuries for someone ignorant enough of the impossible to do that very thing.” — John Andrew Holmes
SUMMER COURSES: Painting (Korb) Printing (Robert’s / Dukowitz) registration ends THIS FRIDAY!
AP Studio Art and Advanced Drawing: RELAX and FIGURE DRAW (ERASE ONE MORE DAY)
- 2.1Ad: Experiment, plan, and make multiple works of art and design that explore a personally meaningful theme, idea, or concept.
- Richard Diebenkorn Drawing. LAYERS and PROCESS
Larger Drawing Goals:
- Observation (80% – 92% time looking), Guidelines, Concentration, Slow Drawing
- Focus on the figure, Proportions, Scale, Sighting In
- Full Page, Composition
- AP and AdDraw: How angry were you MONDAY when you were asked to erase the drawing you spent time on Friday? How do you feel NOW knowing that… it is time to erase? Yes – I said it – Erase the Drawing.
AP and AdDraw: What was the PROGRESS that you made in the drawing today? How did the third erasing help you move it forward today?
Drawing: Get BACK to the Drawing – This last day! CHECK OUT THE CRIT WAY DOWN ON THE PAGE – TOMORROW in class!
- 1.1Ac: Individually or collaboratively formulate new creative problems based on student’s existing artwork.
- How does this painting by Matisse look different than the previous work we saw? What are aspects of the FAUVISTS that you are REALLY getting your brain around in this drawing?
What was the most challenging aspect of this drawing for you to draw? Why was this most difficult way to go? What is most important about drawing when it comes to observation?
Studio Art 360: Let’s look at COMPOSITIONS and Photographs
POP Art Paintings! Nicely Done! – HERE
Compositional Examples in Photography
- 7.2P: Analyze how one’s understanding of the world is affected by experiencing visual imagery.
- Of the images you collected YESTERDAY, what do you think the photographers from National Geographic were trying to explain to the readers that looked at and read about the photograph? What is a STORY that you could make up about the guy in the picture above? Interpretation?
Of all the images you have collected, and all the work you have EVER CREATED, what type of composition do you feel that you have used the most? Why has this been your approach?