#FullWeekOfSchool in the #ArtStudio


“Goals are the fuel in the furnace of achievement.” Brian Tracy, Eat that Frog

Class Reflections: As you look back on week one, what are two things that you are pleased with or struggling with as we have moved forward in the artmaking process?

Studio Art 360: Collaborative Site Specific Sculpture

Richard Serra Tilted Arc (removed) http://aliceblogs.epfl.ch/assets/files/000/020/135/original/54aah122.slidequiz4.review1304909131244.jpg


Q: What is the biggest challenge you see in the process of cutting out the SHAPES in order to build up the FORM? Working with your team? Thinking about the space that you are working from?

Painting: Encaustics – Let’s get rolling!

This is a GREAT movie to watch in its entirety. I’ll leave the link up for your viewing pleasure.

Jasper Johns Encaustic – Let’s get started!

Q: What are you ready to do today. OUT LOUD TO STUDENTS – Take a look and have a conversation with your classmates to discuss the next steps in the process.

Drawing: Charcoal, Pastels: Oil and Soft Still Life / Collage

Anselm Kiefer – Books are inspiration! https://italianintransito.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/anselm-kiefer-naglfar.jpg

Q:  What have you learned today about how to push / pull / develop space using perspective? What have you accomplished with pencil? Pastel? Charcoal?

AP Studio Art: Critique – Let’s look at the RUBRIC! Then talk about your works.


Robert Chabet uses apples as a concentration. Let’s eat ours (if they are still good) while we talk about the rubric and develop some conversation.


Q: As a body / concentration of works, what do you see as interesting, worthwhile for 1) YOU to create and 2) the audience to sit and look at? 3) Holding it together as an intense study of the topic?

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