Drawing: Kandinsky and your ideas
7.2Ac: Evaluate the effectiveness of an image or images to influence ideas, feelings, and behaviors of specific audiences.
As this develops, how are your ideas and Kandinsky’s similar and how are they different? What might you take away from this experience? How can you share that idea with the world?
As this work develops, how are your ideas and Kandinsky’s similar and how are they different? WRITE this out from the beginning of the hour. Has it Changed?
Studio Art 360: Sketchbook Tuesday
2.1P: Engage in making a work of art or design without having a preconceived plan. What STRUGGLES do you have with OBSERVATION? How about VALUE?
Sketchbook Assignment Page We are working on the SKETCHBOOKS today (Page 20) – Sketchbook Tuesday. WORK! Help your neighbor as you go along. ONE COLOR SCHEME – Let’s Look at Page 29 and REVIEW them all.
Grab a hammer, screwdriver, wrench, some sort of toolbox type of tool and draw it based on careful observation. Make sure that you spend some quality time looking at the object and then also consider the space in the background. What are you doing to fill that space? Please look at Jim Dine’s artworks about tools: https://goo.gl/xYYksN – Focus on the tool drawings.
How are you considering the ideas about COMPOSITION as you create your artwork? How does the imagery we saw from Jim Dine give you permission to do NEW things and NEW ideas for your composition?
Advanced Drawing: Skeletons and the TORSO
2.1Ad: Experiment, plan, and make multiple works of art and design that explore a personally meaningful theme, idea, or concept.
What do you think will be most difficult about the TORSO portion of the body to draw? Why is this so?
How are you able to make reference to the SKULL as you are drawing the torso / ribs and abdomen?
AP Studio Art: Critique – Let’s Talk
Reflect: Learning to think and talk with others about an aspect of one’s work or working process, and learning to judge one’s own work and working process and the work of others.
We began yesterday with a few presentations – you are now on your own. Take the period to do your presentations with one another – One of you will keep track of comments / suggestions / another will keep track of time. This is all on you – real AP Level conversations that are FOCUSED and ATTENTIVE to the tasks at hand. GO!
Nothing – reflected on work that was produced