We may have all come on different ships, but we’re in the same boat now.” —Martin Luther King, Jr.
If people only knew how hard I work to gain my mastery. It wouldn’t seem so wonderful at all. ― Michelangelo
Intro to Painting – Abstract Acrylic Still Life: CRITIQUE – Let’s have a GREAT conversation and then clean things up.
Narrative artwork tells a story… what story did you have? I had “Rebecca” by Nancy Werth. What was your story about? What were your struggles? What were your successes? What SYMBOLISM did you bring into the piece? Have you gotten it in the SLIDESHOW? I hope so!
Intro to Digital Art and Photography: Advertising and our FINAL CRITIQUE
As we do our final oral critique – aloud in class – where everyone participates, think about the following list of things to talk about (Thank you Ms. Crow for compiling this great list to work from).
- What product did you pick and why?
- What compositional layout did you choose?
- What Adobe program did you use the most of and why?
- What was the most challenging part of learning Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop?
- What did you enjoy most about this project?
- What tools do you find yourself using the most?
- What elements and principles of design did you focus on the most?
Art Foundations – Watercolors, Abstraction, and Critique
As we begin our first run at a final oral critique – aloud in class – where everyone participates, think about the following list of things to talk about (Thank you Ms. Crow for compiling this great list to work from).
- What was the biggest challenge for you as an artist in this project?
- What did you like best about painting using watercolor?
- What were some benefits of painting abstractly instead of realistically?
- What is the focal point of your work (where does your eye get drawn to immediately)? Why?
- What were two watercolor techniques you enjoyed using the most? Why?
- What color scheme did you use?
- What elements and principles did you focus on?