52 Every color has an opposite, called a complement. Complementary colors sit opposite one another in the color wheel. Additionally, all colors are affected by the presence of other colors. Even the smallest presence of a complement will enhance the intensity of a color when it is present in the same visual field. The presence of red, for instance, will cause the retina to “seek” green in the other colors present, hereby enhancing all parts of the green spectrum. If you wish to intensify a color in a composition, place some of its complement nearby. This applies to all media. The effective use of color is one of the greatest tools at an artist’s disposal. – Kit White 101 Things to Learn in Art School
Drawing: Color and the Colored Pencil
1Ac: Through experimentation, practice, and persistence, demonstrate acquisition of skills and knowledge in a chosen art form.
How are your compositions beginnings? What are you thinking about as you work the positive and negative space? N: Mark making and process over product. Emphasize the ideas of the mark making and observation.
As you look at your beginning drawings what are the strengths of the drawings are moving forward? Light Bulb Fred Bell:
Studio Art 360: Color Schemes and the Sketchbook
What STRUGGLES do you have with OBSERVATION? How about VALUE?
Cut out the head, glue it to the sketchbook page, and then give it to a friend. Using the photograph that has been glued down – resolve the rest of the picture with a friend. Let them begin the background and encourage them to DISREGARD to what was in the original background. HAVE FUN with this.
Check out Mica Angela Hendrick’s website – see what her and her daughter can come up with. http://goo.gl/Xiihh1
What was the FUN part of this assignment? What was the CHALLENGE you had with it?
AP Studio Art: Concentration #s4, 6, and 6
G: NETS: Use digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively
What are your FEARS as you begin to come to the end of the first three works? What are your FEARS about the AP Process? N:Concentration and SELF DIRECTED WORKS!
Website about Robert Arneson’s Work.
Ask 2 probing questions about the work of one of your classmates.