#Friday is full of #Poetry, #Collage, #Portraits, and #ArtED:00

“Power will accomplish much, but perseverance more.”  —William Scott Downey

NPR – Listen Radio Lab Story of Perseverence HERE!

#WiArtChat is on TWITTER NEEDS your INPUT! Please visit goo.gl/UvXgQM

Painting and Advanced Painting: PORTRAITS and CANVAS Building

Do you need to add your painting to your the critique? HERE THEY ARE!

Elizabeth Peyton http://www.whitechapelgallery.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Image-22-1170×655.jpg

Goals: 

  • 7.1Ac: Recognize and describe personal aesthetic and empathetic responses to the natural world and constructed environments.
  • Consider the techniques in the application of paint you used in your acrylic paintings. Layering MANY layers versus one flat color. Thin layers upon layers or one solid thick color. Smooth and flat versus textured. What does this visually do for you, the painter? What does it do visually for the audience?
  • Portraits that Aren’t

Reflection / Evaluation: As some of you will be SEARCHING for ideas, others may be Researching for them (appropriation and making it your own). What is one struggle you are having in the idea of the portrait so that it is NOT JUST a mug shot, but rather an investigation of the PERSON – a portrait with MEANING?

Studio Art 360: Collage – Self Assessment and POETRY! (Photographs too).

Let’s Look at another by Writer and Collage Artist Erica Beebe – HERE!

MVC-002S

Goals

  • NETS: Students use digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively, including at a distance, to support individual learning and to the learning of others.
  • As you WROTE about your artwork – and thought about it from the idea of POETRY – what are 2 or 3 NEW IDEAS you had about your work? BE specific!
    • Slide Show HERE
    • Images to PLACE – HERE
    • COLLAGE and POETRY LESSON – HERE

Reflection / Evaluation: What challenges did you have in the process of writing poetry for your artwork?

AP Studio Art: Concentration to work on!

Have you looked at the AP Studio Art Portfolio for Inspiration? Here are the AP Studio Art Portfolio Example Pages.

Michael Berryhill: http://www.brooklynrail.org/article_image/image/13232/berryhill-web5.jpg

Goals:

  • 2.3Ad: Demonstrate in works of art or design how visual and material culture defines, shapes, enhances, inhibits, and/or empowers people’s lives.
  • How will your audience be MOVED by the work you are presenting? Remember that one of the CRITERIA is all about creating work that is moving and engaging? ALSO – how do you see your CULTURE / SOCIETY / ENVIRONMENT as being IMPORTANT in the work you are creating?

Reflection / Evaluation: What work are you planning for this weekend? Be specific… What are you going to set time aside for and work on? Friday Night…  Saturday… Sunday…

Drawing: Google Slideshow

YUM! http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/04/29/article-2316509-198A16F8000005DC-186_468x286.jpg

Goals:

  • 1.1Ac: Individually or collaboratively formulate new creative problems based on student’s existing artwork.
  • How is the NOSE such a different facial feature to draw than say the MOUTH or the EYES?
  • Self-Portraits – Then and Now 

Reflection / Evaluation: What mistakes did YOU make – how bad were they when it came to nose?

#Thursday and #BackToNormal (whatever that is) in the #ArtStudio


“Goals are the fuel in the furnace of achievement.” Brian Tracy

Painting and Advanced Painting: PAINTING

Goals:

  • 2.1Ac: Through experimentation, practice, and persistence, demonstrate acquisition of skills and knowledge in a chosen art form.
  • As you have been working on your watercolors – what skills do you feel you have developed in your body of work?

Reflection / Evaluation: How have you used persistence and grit to continue and work through the issues you are having?

Studio Art 360: Boxes/ Sculpture / Paper Mache

What can YOU build using the techniques we have LEARNED in StArt360?

Goals:

  • G: 9.1P: Establish relevant criteria in order to evaluate a work of art or collection of works.
  • What are are some of the PERSONAL criteria that you might set up for yourself as you work on an artwork (if you were to SELF-EVALUATE along the way)?

Reflection / Evaluation: Based on your initial thoughts about personal criteria, are you matching, exceeding, or just barely hitting the standards you would set up for yourself? WHY?

AP Studio Art: ENGLISH Computer Lab – Website

Wordpress Dashboard AP Studio Art

Goals:

  • 2.1Ad: Experiment, plan, and make multiple works of art and design that explore a personally meaningful theme, idea, or concept.
  • What skills do you have in the realm of TECHNOLOGY that you see as being HELPFUL TO OTHERS in the class?

Reflection / Evaluation: Now that we’ve been in the lab… What challenges did you have using TECHNOLOGY today? Give 3 specifics.

DID YOU MAKE 2 PHOTOGRAPHS OF YOUR ARTWORK AND EMAIL OR PUT THEM ON YOUR GOOGLE DRIVE? Get it DONE! Computer Lab AND… Assignment ONLINE – Google Document – SHARE WITH ME at fkorb@waterforduhs.k12.wi.us! DUE ON FRIDAY. CLICK HERE FOR A GOOD EXAMPLE. READ THE BRIEF BLOG POST! Where do you see yourself artistically now, where in 5 Years?  WE ARE USING THIS NEXT MONDAY ON THE AP WEBSITE!

Drawing: CRIT – Let’s Review the PROCESS!

Hanging our work up for a crit is SCARY – but SO WORTHWHILE!

Goals:

  • 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.
  • Looking at the still life in front of you, what is the one aspect of it that you are most pleased with? Why are you so pleased with how you handled the materials and composition?

Reflection: What was it that you took away from today’s critique? How did you contribute to the success of the conversation?

Reflection and Learning about your Artwork!

What you fail with, using GRIT and DETERMINATION, success can develop! http://lawyerkm.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Success-Failure-crop-Depositphotos_3425083_original.jpg

“Perseverance is failing nineteen times and succeeding the twentieth.” — Julie Andrews

REMEMBER – Goals are a Changing – JUST A SMIDGE – It is becoming a lot more thoughtful and less VERBATIM! Read the Goal – Read my questions – Write your thoughts and reflections – Let’s  take a moment to visit the CHANGES!

Art Foundations: Let’s Finish, Hand In, Photograph, and CRITIQUE your artwork

What are you doing to make your work (and yourself) look its best? http://alistapart.com/d/topic-illustrations/industry_2.jpg

View Your Pastel Drawings HERE

Critique Sheet / Questions HERE

Oil Pastel Drawing - Thanks Breanna!
Oil Pastel Drawing – Thanks Breanna!

Goals:

  1. 4.4 evaluate and interpret your art for relationships in 4.4.1 form 4.4.2 context and 4.4.3 meanings showing understanding of the work of various art professionals*  Looking at your artwork – judgement time – what are the successful aspects of the work and what are the unsuccessful aspects of the work. Time for self evaluation and artist statement.

REREAD the work you have done for today. What do you need to make more concise for tomorrow? What do you need to expand on? Share the ideas / challenges with your neighbors.

Drawing: What did you do and how did you do it? Working with a pair – let’s critique and WRITE!

What do I MEAN when I color a triangle yellow? http://www.jorgeramses.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/kandinsky.jpg

Remember the Neue Gallerie in NYC and the Degenerate Art Exhibition! Very Cool Site and Show!

Paul Klee – Degenerate Art? http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2014/3/13/1394725009303/Paul-Klee-1879-1940-The-A-001.jpg

Goals:

  1. 4.4 evaluate and interpret your art for relationships in 4.4.1 form 4.4.2 context and 4.4.3 meanings showing understanding –   What are the similarities and differences in your ideas and Kandinsky’s IDEAS / TECHNIQUES?

How does your art compare with the work of “professionals” and how can you work to create a better understanding of your approach / intent / ideas?)  

LINKS TO WORK WITH TODAY and TOMORROW!

AP Studio Art: Time to begin PRESENTING your 5 Best Works! Welcome back Carmel.

CAN YOU use a ruler? Are you going to be able to cut a / draw a straight line? https://korbartwuhs.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/ma6.jpg

Goals:

  1. 6.3 use techniques of art with those from other disciplines and present your work 5.2 stand behind your criticism of art in which works you choose as “Quality” What are the QUALITIES that you are going to be looking at as you select your 5 best works of art for the QUALITY portion of your portfolio?

What did you struggle with in the process of mounting your artwork today? How do you need to improve your techniques? What ONE thing do you need to do better or practice on?

What can you do? ANYTHING! (Except fly and turn into a robot.)

“Never tell a young person that anything cannot be done. God may have been waiting centuries for someone ignorant enough of the impossible to do that very thing.” — John Andrew Holmes

You CAN do anything… you just have to DO IT!

Art Foundations: Color Scheme Drawing and CHUCK CLOSE Video.

Goals:

  1. 1.4 Initiate, define, and solve challenging visual arts problems using skills of (1.4.1) analysis (.2) synthesis (.3) evaluation.
  2. Identify the intentions and purposes behind making art.

How do you feel that your abilities to make art, based on observation were helped by the process of using the grid? What has held you back… where do you see that you can focus on improving (how do you see that you can focus on improving, in the creation of your artwork?

Advanced Drawing: Interior / Exterior Portrait – Rubric online AND National Gallery of Art

Morning Sun… How can you use this idea to focus on YOUR ideas?

Goals:

  1. 1.4 Create, define, and solve visual challenges using 1.4.1 Analysis and 1.4.3 Evaluation.
  2. 6.1 compare aspects of the visual arts with aspects of other disciplines through Mathematical Ratios and Transferring images / blending colors.

What was the most challenging thing about buyilding your ideas? What drew you into the work by Edward Hopper? What challenges do you fear with this work? What is most important about drawing when it comes to observation and photographic references?

AP Studio Art: Art and Fear – Of Sailors and Whales

Now what do we do with it?

Review the CONCENTRATION works you have developed at this point and answer (online) the two questions for the PORTFOLIO. One on one discussions with me about the works.

Goals:

  1. 5.3 describe rationale of breadth works by analyzing 5.3.1 techniques (WHAT IS THE ELEMENT / PRINCIPLE that you are focused on?).
  2. What are YOUR PERSONAL GOALS?

What did you accomplish today? What was your biggest accomplishment this week

Hey CHUCK… Look CLOSE at your skills and attitude… you CAN do ANYTHING!

“Never tell a young person that anything cannot be done. God may have been waiting centuries for someone ignorant enough of the impossible to do that very thing.” — John Andrew Holmes

Go Puppy – You Can Do IT!

Art Foundations: Grid Drawings and Ratios

How can you use the individual squares to help create interest in the final product? (Student Work).

Goals:

  1. 1.2 Create art that demonstrates an understanding of how your ideas relate to the techniques (colored pencil layering and blending) and process (grid and drawing) you are using.

With one week of drawing for this work, what do you need to do in order to make strong progress in this project? How has your day to day work been helping or hindering your work? Recognize the attitude / effort of the day to day work and how it affects the finished product

Advanced Drawing: Edward Hopper and Portraits Hopper Exhibition at the Whitney AND National Gallery of Art

Edward Hopper, American (1882–1967) Nighthawks, 1942 Friends of American Art Collection, 1942.51 The Art Institute of Chicago Photography © The Art Institute of Chicago (http://www.nga.gov/exhibitions/2007/hopper/hopperinfo-lg.jpg)

Goals:

  1. 1.4 Initiate, define, and solve challenging visual arts problems using skills of evaluation (What’s the imagery? What are you saying about yourself? How are we reading that? Why is it successful?.
  2. Identify the intentions and purposes behind making art.

AP Studio Art: One on One to resolve grades – Of Sailors and Whales /Art and Fear

WOW – What a great image! What’s your image coming along like? Have you listened to the music? (http://cdnimg.visualizeus.com/thumbs/f9/c9/painting,sea,ship,whale,texture,colour-f9c9c79e20a7112c9269778b6f6928ba_h.jpg?ts=93246)

Goals:

  1. 3.1 reflect on how your art differs (from your classmates) and describe how it relates to the BREADTH you have.
  2. 3.3 describe the creation of your images and ideas and how they work with your concentration.

What is the biggest challenge you see in the process of developing and making more than one artwork at a time? What is working to help be productive?

What are the self imposed limits you have?

“Never tell a young person that anything cannot be done. God may have been waiting centuries for someone ignorant enough of the impossible to do that very thing.” — John Andrew Holmes

Remember this. (http://roimediadirect.com/NoLimitsAward/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/no-limits-logo.jpg)

Art Foundations: Color Scheme Drawings in Colored Pencil

Can you see the GRID? (http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5244/5309789988_abfbde9d3b_z.jpg)

Goals:

  1. 4.4 Evaluate and interpret art for its relationship in meanings showing understanding of the work of various art professionals (how different artists make different works).
  2. 6.1 compare aspects of the visual arts with aspects of other disciplines through Mathematical Ratios and Transferring images / blending colors

How do you see the work you are creating now improving or being more successful than the work you have done in the past? Do you REALLY think you are taking the time in drawing (sketchbooks) as being more thought out? Are you using techniques from our class elsewhere in your day-to-day making  of objects?.

Advanced Drawing: Self – Portrait Preliminary Drawings

Where might you want to be located? (http://cdn.dailypainters.com/paintings/self_portrait___magritte__interior_painting_by_k_m_interiors__still_life__0ba270a35bf03ee131073dc704debad5.jpg)

Goals:

  1. Identify the intentions and purposes behind making art.
  2. Create multiple solutions to visual challenges (of your self portrait!)

What was the most challenging way to draw? Why was this most difficult way to go? How OFF were you from the original that you drew from your memory? What is most important about drawing when it comes to observation?

AP Studio Art: Art and Fear / Of Sailors and Whales / Body of Work

One on One discussions with Mr. Korb about the past 6 weeks of works please. Let’s get caught up and share our ideas.

Oh No… a real big fish! (http://www.todayifoundout.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Moby-Dick-3.jpg)

Goals:

  1. 3.1 reflect on how your art differs and describe how it relates to the Breadth you have begun.
  2. 3.3 describe the creation of your images and ideas and how they work with your breadth work.

Review the BREADTH works you have developed at this point and compare your thoughts with your classmates.

When Mr. Korb is Away, the Artists Work REALLY hard!

“Never tell a young person that anything cannot be done. God may have been waiting centuries for someone ignorant enough of the impossible to do that very thing.” — John Andrew Holmes

But you CANNOT fly or turn into a ROBOT. (http://fc02.deviantart.net/fs70/i/2010/224/d/1/You_Can_Do_Anything_by_Faceless_Fantasy.png)

Art Foundations: Grids and Math

Drawn from a GRID and a PHOTO (http://th00.deviantart.net/fs29/PRE/f/2008/128/d/0/Grid_Drawing___Headphones_by_vampyremuffin.jpg)

Goals:

  1. 1.2 Create art that demonstrates an understanding of how your ideas relate to the techniques (colored pencil layering) and process (grid and drawing) you are using.
  2. 6.1 compare aspects of the visual arts with aspects of other disciplines through Mathematical Ratios and Transferring images

What are the challenges you have been having with this process? What colors have you begun using and how easy / hard has this been for you?. Did you need or offer help from / to a classmate? Collaboration is ESSENTIAL to solving problems.

Advanced Drawing: One more day to practice the FACE!

Facial Features… but YOU draw the entire face. Watch and Look… Impress me so we aren’t starting back at individual features. (http://fc03.deviantart.net/fs71/f/2011/340/7/a/facial_features_by_arandadill-d4ib357.jpg)

Goals:

  1. 1.4 Initiate, define, and solve challenging visual arts problems using skills of (1.4.1) analysis (.2) synthesis (.3) evaluation.
  2. (5.1) Identify the intentions and purposes behind making art.

What interests you? What sorts of locations are you comfortable in? What sorts of locations make you uncomfortable? What did you do today that brought the work to a place where you can understand what is going to happen?

AP Studio Art: Art and Fear, Website too…

Thar She Blows! (http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/8b/Moby_Dick_final_chase.jpg)

Goals:

  1. 2.6 create multiple solutions to visual challenges that show understanding in relationships between composition and meaning of artwork
  2. 6.1 compare aspects of the visual arts with aspects of other disciplines by being inspired by  music and text.

On your goal sheets…Think about your Art and Fear image and how it is coming. Also please consider the website you have been working on and think about how you are doing. If you need to make changes to your site – make sure you are making the changes. Are you ANY CHAPTERS behind in the Art and Fear Book? Make sure you are up to speed there. Take the last 5 minutes to talk with your neighbors about the meaning of your Art and Fear works – if you are struggling – ASK QUESTIONS and LISTEN to the conversations.

Eat that Frog! I dare you! No, not really, unless it is well seasoned and properly cooked

“Goals are the fuel in the furnace of achievement.” Brian Tracy, Eat that Frog

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Advanced Drawing: Critique in the Computer Lab

What can you SAY about your work?

GOALS:

  1. (3.3) describe the creation of images and ideas and explain why they are of value in written form and participate in the self – evaluation of your drawing.
  2. (4.3) compare relationships in visual art in terms of (4.3.2) aesthetics

What did you learn about the work you have made by looking carefully at it? What are your strengths? what are your weaknesses? What is holding you up in Google Drive?

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Art Foundations: Line – Contour Line Drawings – Lesson 2 Chapter 4

Contour Line… Well… not exactly – but – look at how the face is broken (analyzed) into shaped.

GOALS:

  1. 3.2 Apply subjects, and ideas in art and use skill to solve visual challenges
  2. 1.2 create portraits that demonstrates an understanding of how your ideas relate to the 1.2.2 techniques of CONTOUR Line Drawings

What is the most challenging aspect of the portrait / line? What emotions have you chosen to represent yourself? Why? What variety of lines do you hope to use in the process of creating your self-portrait?

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AP Studio Art: In Class Oral Crit.

What can you SAY about your work?

GOALS:

  1. (3.3) describe the creation of images and ideas and explain why they are of value Orally participate in the discussion of your classmates drawing.
  2. (4.3) compare relationships in visual art in terms of (4.3.2) aesthetics

What did you take away from the critique today? Write down what you have taken from the crit.

February 21, 2013 – Thursday – LAST DAY OF THE WEEK… for you.

Is your LATE work in? What is your excuse? What do you have to do to get it done? What are you at?

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LATE WORK IS DUE TODAY! IF YOU HAVE ANY LATE SKETCHBOOKS OR PROJECTS THAT HAVE NOT BEEN TURNED IN… THEY ARE NOT GOING TO BE ACCEPTED AFTER 3:00 TODAY!

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Are YOU following the site? Keep up with all that is happening in the art room and stay ahead of the rest of the crew!

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Art Foundations: Final day for PORTRAITS. Cut the faces out, finish the backgrounds, adhesive the portraits to the painting.

Is there pattern in this drawing? Did the artist use any contour lines in the artwork? Is there a sense of form? Have you gained any in your artwork?

GOALS:

  1. 3.2 apply subjects, symbols, and ideas in art and use skill to solve visual challenges

 How can you successfully or with failure, use pattern in your daily life? What are the safety techniques we discussed regarding the X-Acto Knives?

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Drawing: Continue with the value grid drawing, evaluate the process, make photographs of the image (this weekend when it is done) and write your self-critique… seems like a lot.

So… let’s imagine what it might be like of we were able to gather in a GALLERY space to talk about our art. What are your biggest concerns about the discussion of the works you have completed?

GOALS:

  1. 2.1 form criticism about artworks that work to accomplish 2.1.2 personal or 2.1.4 other meanings

What do you feel was the MAJOR aspect of the written crit. that YOU NEED TO WORK ON? What are the challenges you think you are facing when it comes to the written portion. What do you see as the benefit of the Crit. What do you see as a downfall / challenge?

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AP Studio Art: What ideas are you getting regarding your “Outside of the classroom” project? What are your challenges that come up? What do you want to do? What are you afraid of?

What can you do to continue your concentration ideas moving forward? What is it about the work that you are currently making? What is it about the work that is causing you STRESS?

GOALS:

  1. Technology Operations and Concepts – Introduction to  the AP Studio site.
  2. 1.3 communicate ideas clearly with your NEW ideas for the BREADTH work and the CONCENTRATION work.
What has been happening in your work that FITS with your statements? How can you continue to think about the statement you have written and refresh your ideas?

February 20, 2013 – Wednesday

ALL LATE WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED THROUGH THURSDAY! ANYTHING AFTER THAT WILL BE A ZERO IN THE GRADE BOOK. PERIOD.

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Drawing: Finish Patterns, Cut out Continuous Line Portraits, Assemble parts into FINAL Artwork (time allowing)

What kind of pattern best describes YOU? Why?

GOALS:

  1. 1.1 apply media, techniques, and processes with (1.1.1) skill so your ideas are executed well
  2. (1.2) create art that demonstrates how your ideas relate to the 1.2.1 materials and 1.2.2 techniques

What forced you to think about the medium of watercolor and what it could and could not do? Where did you find challenges in the process? What was COOL about the use of the material? What was UNCOOL about it? (1, 2, 3, 5, 9).

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DRAWING: Interpretation and  Judgement in your critique

When choosing an outfit… what are some of the INTERPRETATIONS and JUDGEMENT you use to determine what you will wear?

GOALS:

(2.1.4) form criticism about artwork that work to accomplish an understanding of generalized value, ratios, portrait (Interpretation and Judgement)

What have you taken from the crit. written by your classmate? What do you need to finish up for Monday’s critique? (2, 5) Computer Lab – 2 Days. Use the 4 step process and really examine the others drawings. What is Formalism, what is Imitationalism? How are we using it to critique what we are doing at this point?

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AP STUDIO ART: Final Minutes of Work of Art… Who will be voted off? Start at 27:00 Mr. Korb… Work of Art: The Next Great Artist Season 1

What materials did these artists use to create their works of art?

GOALS:

  1. 2.3 create artworks that solve visual challenges
  2. 2.6 create multiple solutions to visual challenges that show understanding in relationships between composition and meaning of artwork.

This is a very challenging, out of the box exercise in creating artwork. What can you do to really get yourself thinking about the work at hand and how you can work to “not get voted off” unlike someone whom we shall not mention. (Second from right…)