#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 to Learn in Art School.
Studio Art 360: Color Wheel and Schemes!
Permission slips are due Monday. If you’re interested, or need a new one, let me know. I will be accepting people until Friday.
What are the PRIMARY colors in the color wheel? What are the SECONDARY colors in the color wheel? How do you MIX the secondary colors? STICKY NOTE QUIZ!
Review with your neighbors the relationships of the colors on the color wheel? QUIZ one another on the names, types and relationships of the colors.
PAINTING: Hallways and Abstraction
How does this work relate to the space / feelings about the space or yourself? What can you do with the VISUAL ARTS that the written or spoken word cannot? Have you begun or finished the written critique? Have you reflected and edited the critique? DUE WHEN YOU WALK IN TOMORROW! Bring in a snack to eat during the CRIT!
What is the strongest aspect of your painting that you feel communicates a message or feeling?
Drawing: Kandinsky- CRITIQUE!
What were the similarities and differences in your ideas and Kandinsky’s
How does your art compare with the work of “professionals” and how can you work to create a better understanding of your approach / intent / ideas?)
AP Studio Art: Concentration
How have you been able to use the NEW skills you’ve developed this year and create a STRONG BODY of CONCENTRATION works? How are you being interested in the CONCENTRATION work that you are creating?
Knowing that you are working on your concentration works and STRONG IDEAS with SKILL Building ideas, how are you advancing the ideas of the ARTIST’S JOB? (Or would you like to draw / make JUST TO MAKE ART TO CHALLENGE YOURSELF)?
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.