Art has no boundaries except those imposed by the needs of the maker. Boundaries are a form of definition, nothing more. They are a way to create a hierarchy of concerns, interests and priorities. Boundaries change all the time. That is part of what art does. By defining an area of interest or by stating a new priority, art allows us to create new definitions of ourselves and the context in which we operate. To blur a boundary is to confuse the definition. To move a boundary is to make a new definition. Kit White 101 Things I Learned in Art School
Studio Art 360: CLAY and Cups and Figures and Animals
How will you use the experience of working in 3D change the way you work in 2D in the future?
If you could do something in the beginning differently, what are the three things you might change? Why? Peter Voulkos
PAINTING: Hallways and Abstraction
What do you still not know about the process of using ACRYLIC paints? What are you worried about?
What did you do today with ACRYLICS that taught you something? What was that learning? Julian Schnabel – Texture / additive
And then there is Brice Marden and the Cold Mountain Series
Drawing: Kandinsky and YOU!
What are the BEST things you have come up with in this artwork? N: Peer review of the images and statements
What did your FAVORITE part of this overall DEEP and difficult project?
How can you use Art beyond the classroom that is inspired by music… let’s take a look at Tim Cantor and Imagine Dragons…
AP Studio Art: Concentration – CRIT DAY!
SELF CRITIQUE on Thursday… You will be critiquing your own works – One person will be the comment mark keeper. You will moderate your own work… What is ONE BIG STATEMENT you feel you will make about your own work? EVERYONE speaks about their own work AND about each person’s work.
Of all the Edvard Munch works we have seen this week – What was something that TIED THEM ALL TOGETHER? How do you see this idea as being able to help you tie YOUR works together? Edvard Munch: The Scream:
Beginning on the FIRST set of 3 works… What is the CENTRAL IDEA behind your concentration? Remember that you need to have a common thread / common theme / CENTRAL IDEA that ties your works together. Work on THIS with me – let’s explore our ideas!