#It’sTheEndOfTheWeekAsIKnowItAndIFeelFine #Thursday is here! #EdwardHopper Joins Us Today.

“Everything in nature is harmony; a little too much, or else too little, disturbs the scale and makes a false note. One must reach the point of singing true with the pencil or with brush quite as much as with the voice; rightness of forms is like rightness of sounds.” – Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres


Breakfast at MARTY’s this morning at 8:00 – Who is joining me?

Marty's Breakfast Today! https://korbartwuhs.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/03b6f-bacon-and-eggs_img_0822.jpg?w=525&h=404
Marty’s Breakfast Today! https://korbartwuhs.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/03b6f-bacon-and-eggs_img_0822.jpg

Field Trip Information to TALIESIN – NEXT WEEK THURSDAY – Final Numbers Monday to Taliesin. Forms Below.

  • Information Sheet HERE
  • Taliesin Hold Harmless Agreement HERE

Develop Craft: Learning to use tools, materials, artistic conventions; and learning to care for tools, materials, and space.

From neighborhoods to nature and now cityscape – downtown – what kinds of challenges have you had in the making of art on the scale, speed, effort that you have in this experience?

Edward Hopper Drug Store: https://i2.wp.com/www.edwardhopper.net/images/paintings/drugstore.jpg
Edward Hopper Drug Store: http://www.edwardhopper.net/images/paintings/drugstore.jpg

Looking at Edward Hopper and the ideas of the architecture in the area – how are you able to (without a ruler) use the ideas of the buildings and space around it to create successful images? Watercolors. 1 – 2 (maybe 3) paintings. Out and about in the downtown area. From Uncle Harry’s to the Bridge and Waterford Dental and then down to the Bill Czaja Insurance Agency – how can you work and take in the space that is in front of you. We will be back again soon. Watercolor paintings.

We’ve got a lot of artwork made this week… what kinds of thoughts have you had about the skills developed, learned, pushed, challenged?

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