51: Learn the basic principles of color. There are three primary colors: red, blue, and yellow. They are the building blocks of all other colors. The secondary colors are violet (blue and red), green (blue and yellow), and orange (red and yellow). They are composed by the equal mixture of two primaries. All other colors are referred to as tertiary, because they are mixtures of a primary and a secondary color. Kit White 101 Things to Learn in Art School
ASSIGNMEMT OVER BREAK – 3 OBJECTS AND ONE PATTERNED FABRIC. Check out your Google Classroom for more information.
3.1Ac: Engage in constructive critique with peers, then reflect on, re-engage, revise, and refine works of art and design in response to personal artistic vision.
What do you feel about talking aloud when it comes to other’s works? What are your thoughts about why you may be apprehensive or confident when discussing other individual’s work?
What were 3 things that you took away from today’s critique?
Studio art 360: Sketchbook Tuesday
2.1P: Engage in making a work of art or design without having a preconceived plan. A: What do you feel is the value of practicing in a sketchbook? How can you see this as being a place that others (engineers, designers, architects, artists) might need as a valuable tool?
Please grab hold of a piece of candy from the pile in the classroom. Open the candy and eat it. Keep the wrapper and STAPLE it into your sketchbook – folds and all. Look at how the 2 contemporary artists Stephen Shanabrook and Veronika Georgieva worked together. Fold, crease, wrinkle it a few times and overlap a bit of it. Use a VIEWFINDER (provided) trace out the empty space on a page in your sketchbook (you’ll be drawing in that space later). Choose a PORTION of the folded candy bar image and, using the VIEWFINDERS (look at the new compositions and simplify it), and draw it out to the best of your ability (HB – Hard Pencil to start, colored pencil to finish). The ideas are all up to you.
What are your thoughts about how you can draw this object? Stephen Shanabrook:
AP Studio Art: Concentration and Protest Art – Judy Chicago
2.1Ad: Experiment, plan, and make multiple works of art and design that explore a personally meaningful theme, idea, or concept.
What are you thinking about carrying forward as you begin your next three works? Write your ideas out in your sketchbook as you work.
What are two things that you would judge as successful as you look at the 3 works together? Consider these FIRST three works as beginnings. Judy Chicago: Banners for the Dinner Party: