#20 “Clear sight makes clear art.” Observation lies at the heart of the art process. Whether your art derives from mimicking nature or extrapolating a mental construct, your powers of observation are critical. Unless you can see what lies before you, you cannot describe it. Train yourself to eliminate preconceptions and received understandings when observing anything. Try to see what is before you, not what you think you see or want to see. Kit White 101 Things to Learn in Art School
SCHOLASTIC ARTS FOLKS – LISTEN UP! QUICK ANNOUNCEMENT – Artwork Available HERE for upload.
Drawing: Critique and then LINES and PENCIL
9.1Ac: Determine the relevance of criteria used by others to evaluate a work of art or collection of works.
Well… Grab a RUBRIC II – and begin your self evaluation – AFTER you have taken a few 15 – 20 minutes to do written evaluation of 4 works of art – make sure your written critiques use ACTIONABLE / CRITICAL / IMPROVEMENT type statements. Let’s start this critique then. Get the work up in front of us and you lead the way. KORB will sit back and listen… Keep time Korb.
Nothing – The Critique was part of it.
Studio Art 360: PAINT – I’m Critiquing your MUGS
7.1Ac: Recognize and describe personal aesthetic and empathetic responses to the natural world and constructed environments.
What colors are you using in this portrait? What IS your color scheme and what colors are you going to be using?
What struggles are you having with this painting so far? This is DUE at the end of the week – End of Class Thursday. DO NOT RUSH.
AP Studio Art: WORK! Concentration is HUGE and so are your WEBSITES!
7.1Ad: Analyze how responses to art develop over time based on knowledge of and experience with art and life.
How has this last concentration challenged you? Working from OTHER’s work may be a new idea for you. What is challenging?
You had a lot to think about today… What did you take a away from the 1) conversation and then 2) WORK TIME? Strong Student Work.