Advice from .@JerrySaltz, #Sketchbook #Tuesday in #StudioArt360, the rest #Work!

Jerry Saltz – Advice to Art Students (A NEW ONE EACH DAY!)

7) Be in contact with artists all the time. If you don’t, your work will die because you will wake up one day and think you know it all.

Frank and Jerry
Thank you Jerry for the Visit – I’d love to meet again for the first time.

Drawing: Books and Oil Pastels

1.2Ac: Choose from a range of materials and methods of traditional and contemporary artistic practices to plan works of art and design.

What ideas are you looking to use as the idea of collage, drawing, text, texture, and books are brought together?

Paper BAckground? How are you moving forward?

Have you improved your ART MAKING skills over the first artwork?

Studio Art 360: BALANCE and Organic Objects

2.1P: Engage in making a work of art or design without having a preconceived plan.


Open your Sketchbook! Use a ruler (or not) and demonstrate your understanding of using a VANISHING POINT, HORIZON LINE, and SHAPES to create a sense of SPACE by drawing a CUBE on a horizon line… below or above – however you need to demonstrate what you know. Ok? Ok. Now – GO!

After a 10 minute SELF DRIVEN run through the ideas of perspective… Watch this video and PAUSE as you need. This is a HUGE Skill that you need to learn and become MASTERFUL with.

What are the challenges you have with drawing in perspective?

Advanced Drawing: Fast Food

3.1Ad: Reflect on, re-engage, revise, and refine works of art or design considering relevant traditional and contemporary criteria as well as personal artistic vision. A: What are aspects of your drawing that is successful? What are aspects of the drawing that you?

Paper BAg and VALUE:

What did you see in your neighbor’s drawings that were successful / needed work? Why do you feel the POP artists chose to pursue the EVERYDAY object to base their body of work on? Share your thoughts with the class.

AP Studio Art: Crit – HANDS and Object


4.2Ad: Critique, justify, and present choices in the process of analyzing, selecting, curating, and presenting artwork for a specific exhibit or event.

What do you have to say about the work in front of you? How are you going to look at the experience and learn from it? What have you done to PUSH  yourself in the process of making your art stronger, more successful? A LEVEL 6?


Nothing – we critiqued today. 

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