Week 3: Art is the Product of Process: Art is the product of process: Whether conceptual, experimental, emotional, or formal, the process you develop yields the image you produce. The materials you choose, the methods of production, and the sources of the images should all reflect the interests that command your attention. The process does not stop with each work completed. It is ongoing. The cumulative result of that process is a body of work. 101 Things to Learn in Art School Kit White © 2011 Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Kit White
Art Foundations: Painting and Mounting Copper to Bases – RUBRIC TIME!
G: 3.1P: Apply relevant criteria from traditional and contemporary cultural contexts to examine, reflect on, and plan revisions for works of art and design in progress.
What colors are working BEST for you with your painting and how can you improve the rest of the idea?
Work on finishing up the Sol LeWitt paintings and hammering the copper to the wood. IF you are all done with the painting and the tacking in of the work – get out your sketchbooks and grab a shoe to practice drawing.
Let’s take a GOOD look at the critique… Rubrics everyone.
Copper Plate Final Projects HERE
Introduction to Painting: Let’s talk COLLAGE and then to the OUTSIDE!
G: 2.3Ac: Redesign an object, system, place, or design in response to contemporary issues
How has the gathering of images HELPED or CHALLENGED you in the creation of a composition visually and / or telling a story – about yourself?
Cut and Paste: the Art of Collage: UWM Gallery
Images of 3 watercolor artists – storytelling? What would YOU say is happening in the images? Work on the collages OR stretching of paper OR research of the artists.
What does your composition say about you? How might others read the images you have gathered and assembled?
What are 5 images / ideas you gathered today / begun to think about that say something about you? How do they? What are your initial thoughts about the idea of the collage and social commentary?
Introduction to Digital Art: Modernism and Font Types
G: 7.1Ac: Recognize and describe personal aesthetic and empathetic responses to the natural world and constructed environments.
How are YOUR feelings towards fonts and images affecting those who look at your LOGO? What response might someone ELSE get as they look at your image?
Demo of LETTERING, Outlines, Cutting, Joining, Positive / Negative, Exclude tools.
Practice these tools / Add color to the designs this week. Symbol, Lettermark, Combination Mark, Word Mark, Emblem.
Thumbnail Article on Logo Design
What challenges did you have today with the program. Are you working full screen size? Go Big so it can go small. What did you come up with today? Share these ideas with your neighbor and explain what you enjoy about the work you have created.
Font Homework (and in Google Classroom) HERE.