#MrKorb is back in the #ArtStudio – 4 days until #SpringBreak

Skeleton Isolation Drawing - Look at the GUIDELINES that this artist has started using. https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/07/a4/fa/07a4fa086f136d458ea1ccfc06fb53e3.jpg

“Imagination is everyting… it is a preview for life’s coming attractions.” Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/3f/17/61/3f176185b7269a1576868f47e85bac7c.jpg
Albert Einstein: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/3f/17/61/3f176185b7269a1576868f47e85bac7c.jpg

DRAWING: Kandinsky and YOUR DRAWING

1.2Ac: Choose from a range of materials and methods of traditional and contemporary artistic practices to plan works of art and design.

Take your art out – DON’T look at it. Hang it up, step back – WRITE OUT THE FIRST THINGS THAT COME TO MIND. 3 things!

Impression from the mind of Wassily Kandinsky: http://www.invisiblebooks.com/KandinskyComposition%20VIISketch913.jpg
Impression from the mind of Wassily Kandinsky: http://www.invisiblebooks.com/KandinskyComposition%20VIISketch913.jpg

How does this work relate to 1) Kandinsky and his movements? 2) Your song? We are going to be WRITING an ARTIST STATEMENT (over break) and PHOTOGRAPHING this work (DURING CRITIQUES) and OVER SPRING BREAK make some time to work on your GOOGLE SLIDESHOW PAGE (I’ll explain that over the next couple of days). BTW – FIND YOUR SONG ON YouTube! Wednesday we begin with a final critique reflection – then onto the ORAL CRITIQUE – BE READY TO TALK – FAST and FURIOUS!


Studio Art 360: Grids and Your Skills

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 were the challenges you had with the process of drawing out a grid using a 1:1 ratio? Talk FIRST to your classmates about the process and then let’s chat aloud.

Andy Warhol and Color Schemes: http://www.moma.org/wp/moma_learning/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Warhol.-Self-Portrait-393x395.jpg
Andy Warhol and Color Schemes: http://www.moma.org/wp/moma_learning/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Warhol.-Self-Portrait-393×395.jpg

Assignment – FOR WEDNESDAY make sure you have your SELFIE made for the SELF-PORTRAIT in the style of Andy Warhol.


Advanced Drawing: Let’s Draw some SKELETON Isolation ideas – Open Composition, Conte, on Brown Craft Paper. GO!

2.1Ad: Experiment, plan, and make multiple works of art and design that explore a personally meaningful theme, idea, or concept.

What is it about the skeleton / figure that you are still uncertain about? The Drawings are ALL ABOUT LOOKING and I expect you to be working and FOCUSED 100% of the time.

Skeleton Isolation Drawing - Look at the GUIDELINES that this artist has started using. https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/07/a4/fa/07a4fa086f136d458ea1ccfc06fb53e3.jpg
Skeleton Isolation Drawing – Look at the GUIDELINES that this artist has started using. https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/07/a4/fa/07a4fa086f136d458ea1ccfc06fb53e3.jpg

What aspect of the first day of the drawing do you find successful OR UNSUCCESSFUL? Why?


AP Studio Art: PORTFOLIO WEEK – Get to it!

NETS: Use digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively

What is the central idea behind your concentration?  Yellow Sticky Note – NOW and then hand it in.

Alice Neel: Drawing - What does YOUR body of work look like? All YOURS? https://methodtwomadness.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/neel-figure-1-comp.jpg
Alice Neel: Drawing – What does YOUR body of work look like? All YOURS? https://methodtwomadness.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/neel-figure-1-comp.jpg

Alice Neel at David Zwirmer – Drawings and Paintings: http://www.davidzwirner.com/exhibitions/drawings-and-watercolors-1927-1978

Share with your AP Classmates the work you have accomplished up to this point.

#Chicago and #VanGogh – #FieldTrip – #Grid #Ratio in the #ArtStudio

“If you don’t like change, you’ll like irrelevance even less”

General Eric Shinseki

Taliesin – Frank LLoyd Wright’s Home and School. A look at my weekend HERE!

Drawing: FAUVISM and CONTEMPORARY PORTRAITS!

Hello Lola! Alexi Jawlensky: http://en.wahooart.com/Art.nsf/O/8YDE4Y/$File/Alexei-Jawlensky-Lola.JPG

Goals:

  • G: 1.1Ac: Individually or collaboratively formulate new creative problems based on student’s existing artwork.
  • This is it folks – last day – Every square inch needs pastel. What’s holding you back? What has propelled you forward in the process?   Alex von Jawlensky: 
    • TOMORROW! We are going to 1) make photographs of the work we have RIGHT NOW and 2) go to the COMPUTER LAB (Laptops). Fill out the Google Form http://goo.gl/forms/3q3rPakz8m and then 3) insert images from today into the GOOGLE DOCUMENT.

Reflection: Are you taking pastels home? Where are you going to work on the drawing? What has been the HARDEST PART of the drawing?

Studio Art 360: COLOR and YOU!

Roy Lichtenstein – He actually USED other peoples cartoons to create his works that were, in some cases, about the Vietnam War – POP Art: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/b/b7/Roy_Lichtenstein_Whaam.jpg

  •   7.1Ac: Recognize and describe personal aesthetic and empathetic responses to the natural world and constructed environments.
  • What do you think the CHALLENGES FOR YOU are going to be in how we DUPLICATE the image over to the canvas? 

Reflection: As you worked on the GRID and the TRACINGS – What WERE the most challenging parts for you to create?

HERE’s where were headed with this! Andy Warhol at MoMA.

AP Studio Art: Senior Exhibition Time!

Houghton EDU – Not HIGH SCHOOL – but COOL SCHOOL – What’s OUR show going to be like? http://www.houghton.edu/am-site/media/ortlip-gallery-header-3.jpg

Goals:

  • 2.1Ad: Experiment, plan, and make multiple works of art and design that explore a personally meaningful theme, idea, or concept.
  • Now that we are done with the AP Testing – time to move forward. Looking over the past year and the development of the works you created… what 2 skills did you develop and put into your Art Toolbox over the course of the year?

Reflection: What FOUR works have you chosen for the AP / SENIOR Exhibition? Have you been able to get your works mounted yet? What do you need to demonstrate to others to help them along in the process? 

Advanced Drawing: Critique? Draw?

How can you use the idea of the PORTRAIT to work up a new idea that has political or social implications? I don’t know if Alice Neel is trying that here but… it’s great figurative work: http://www.aliceneel.com/images/gallery/alice-self-portrait.jpg

Goals:

  • 1.2Ad: Choose from a range of materials and methods of traditional and contemporary artistic practices, following or breaking established conventions, to plan the making of multiple works of art and design based on a theme, idea, or concept.
  • What do you have to do to complete today? What did you accomplish YESTERDAY that makes you pleased with your work and effort?

Reflection: What did you accomplish today in your work? Please take the time to write out three things that you are pleased with OR that you are struggling with – these should be things that you can or could share with Mr. Korb or your classmates.

#Dapper #Tuesday at #WUHS – What’s dapper about #you?

10 Things Creative People Do By: Randy Taran

8. Surround Yourself With Interesting People and Things: Spend time with diverse friends, listen to new music, see new exhibitions to broaden your horizons. Having unusual objects around you also helps you develop original ideas.

AP Studio Art: Concentration!

IDEAS? Are you running against a deadline? How did sharing your ideas yesterday help?

Goals:

  •  2.6 create multiple solutions to visual challenges that show understanding in relationships between composition and meaning of artwork
  • While looking at your classmates work, how do  you see the works needing to GROW? Do you see  yours growing?

What have you come up with? What materials are you planning on using? How does it fit into your current body of work?

Advanced Drawing: Composition and Meaning of a PAPER BAG.

Goals:

  •  1.1 Ad: Visualize and hypothesize to generate plans for ideas and directions for creating art and design that can affect social change.
  • What did you do last week to prepare yourself for in the design and execution of this still life / commentary work? What are you communicating in the work and how are you communicating that work?

What did you take away from the drawing today? What are you succeeding with?. (1, 3, 5).  

Drawing: Color, Shape, Meaning, and MUSIC!

By The Way… Share your STILL LIFE DRAWINGS by visiting them HERE.

What’s the MAP of Kandinsky’s ideas talk about? http://img2.mappio.com/ewant/kandinsky-color-theory-4170-Large.jpg

Kandinsky at MAM – HERE

Goals:

  • 3.1 reflect on how art differs and describe how it relates to history and cultures 3.2 apply subjects, symbols, and ideas in art and use skill to solve visual challenges.
  • What color scheme are you considering using n this work? How do you see that as helping communicate your message?

What composition do you feel is working best for you to communicate the messages you are hoping? Why?

Studio Art 360: Drawing of the Still Life

Georgio Morandi’s space – how’s your work coming along?

Goals:

  • 10.1P: Document the process of developing ideas from early stages to fully elaborated ideas.
  • Step back from your artwork and LOOK at it. What skill have you NEWLY developed as this drawing has come along? Is it VALUE? FORM? SHADING? OBSERVATION? Please explain the ideas in your new skills.

Of ALL the  work on your drawing you created today, what has been the most successful thing that you’ve accomplished? EXPLAIN! 

How about COMPSITIONS? Looking for ideas? Let’s Look HERE!

#FridayThe13th in the #Studio – #GreatWork this week! Hope all goes well today! Muhahahahaha

What is Art? Agnes Martin “Art is the concrete representation of our most subtle feelings.” Art In America (p.124, 1996) 

1. 7:25 – 8:05
2. 8:10 – 8:50
3. 8:55 – 9:30
4. 9:35 – 10:15
6. 10:20 – 11:00
5A. 11:05 – 11:35
5B. 11:35 – 12:05
5C. 12:05 – 12:35
7. 12:40 – 1:20
8. 1:25 – 2:00
Assembly 2:05 – 2:46

AP Studio Art: Concentration!

How is the work coming along? Working hard? Working Well? http://www.lvc.edu/art/images/4_studio_art_concentration.jpg

Goals:

  • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making (Students use critical thinking skills to plan and conduct research, manage projects, solve problems, and make informed decisions using appropriate digital tools and resources.)
  • As you look at the CURRENT images you are making, what is NEW and INNOVATIVE about them that we HAVEN’T SEEN in the past works? Give 3 examples with explanations.

How did the hour go? Anything come from the one – on – one conversations with Mr. Korb?

Advanced Drawing:Discussion of Composition and Meaning.

What’s happening with your paper bag? How’s the colored pencil drawing coming along? Anything you think about as the colors from the watercolor show through? http://images.fineartamerica.com/images-medium-large/apples-in-a-paper-bag-jubamo.jpg

Goals:

  • 1.2Ad: Choose from a range of materials and methods of traditional and contemporary artistic practices, following or breaking established conventions, to plan the making of multiple works of art and design based on a theme, idea, or concept.

    A: How are you doing in the process? Where are you pleased? Where are you still struggling? BE SPECIFIC HERE!

Reflect and WORK! One more class day – MAKE PHOTOGRAPHS.

Drawing: Color and Shape and MEANING!

By The Way… Share your STILL LIFE DRAWINGS by visiting them HERE.

Improvisation #30 (Cannons) Vasily Kandinsky French, born Russia, 1866–1944 Improvisation No. 30 (Cannons), 1913 © 2015 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

Goals:

  • 1.2Ac: Choose from a range of materials and methods of traditional and contemporary artistic practices to plan works of art and design.
  • What ONE bit of theory has stuck with you as we have talked about the works and ideas of Wassily Kandinsky? Can you use any of his ideas on color and shape in your work as it is developed?

What NEW ideas do you have about COLOR and Shape in the art you are creating now that we have had some conversation and learning about the ideas of Wassily Kandinsky?

Studio Art 360: Develop Compositions for Final Drawing.

How are you doing in comparison to the image above? http://fc02.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2012/083/6/0/still_life__basic_shapes_by_sundown-d4tqs12.jpg

Goals:

  • 7.1P: Hypothesize ways in which art influences perception and understanding of human experiences.
  • What are THREE areas in your still life drawing that are in need of Attention today?

Look back on the THREE areas of improvement, how did you do? Choose one and write 3 sentences about the success or failure! 

How about COMPSITIONS? Looking for ideas? Let’s Look HERE!

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.

February 11, 2013 – Monday

“The best way out is always through.” Robert Frost

SETTING GOALS:

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Art Foundations 2D – Pattern, Contour Line, Marker Work to finish portraits – REVIEW PATTERN AND LINE

REMEMBER ME?! Today we choose our BEST! GO SLOW! Keep your big open spaces – BIG AND OPEN. No Shading, Closed Shapes!
What sort of PATTERN are you? Are you a bunch of ALTERNATING elephants? Maybe you are abstract? Maybe a wavy pattern is more your style… Thanks Lotta Bruhn for the Elephants – Check out the site for INSPIRATION!

GOALS:

  1. 1.4 create, define, and solve visual challenges using 1.4.2 synthesis (how are we going to use LINE to create a successful portrait?)
  2. 4.4 evaluate and interpret art for relationships in 4.4.1 form

What was the most fun part of dealing with contours? If you were to describe yourself in terms of lines, what lines would you use? Where are you successful in the contour drawings? Share the images with your classmates and discuss the success and failures.

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Drawing – We are going to be looking at collaborative use of technology to self-evaluate and help others reflect on their own work.

Google Drive – Here we GO!

CNet How to use Google Drive

GOALS:

  1. 1.4 solve charcoal grid drawing challenges  using 1.4.1 analysis and 1.4.2 synthesis
  2. 1.4.3 evaluation (formative and summative reflections about your artwork) of your artwork through digital media. (Technology Operations and Concepts and Communication and Collaboration)

Pair / Share – self – evaluation of the day – back of the goal sheet.

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AP Studio Art: Technology and your artwork. Editing and  uploading to the AP Studio Site.

Remember this 6/6 from last week?

GOALS:

  1. 1.3 communicate ideas clearly
  2. 2.2 evaluate the effectiveness of artworks

What were the biggest impressions you had from the classmate’s works? What were the most difficult things you felt as you presented your work? Conversation between classmates about the 2 questions for your exam. How does this work relate to your concentration?

February 8, 2013 – FRIDAY!

WELCOME TO THE DRAWING STUDIO - ALL THE ARTISTS HARD AT WORK.
WELCOME TO THE DRAWING STUDIO – ALL THE ARTISTS HARD AT WORK.

It takes a long time for a man to look like his portrait.

 – James McNeill Whistler

To all of our Drawing and Art Foundations Students… I think Whistler’s message will be comforting to you.

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Art Foundations: Continuous Line MARKER Drawings… (maybe one more pencil drawing), Pattern conversation and introduction to watercolor.

Marker and Pencil Continuous Line Contour Portraits - Frank Korb.
Marker and Pencil Continuous Line Contour Portraits – Frank Korb.

Goals:

  1. Work on (1.1.1, 3) applying media and techniques with skill and awareness (of HOW you are using line).
  2. (2.2) Evaluate the effectiveness of how line is working to define your portrait.

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-portraits.

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Drawing: Value and Portrait. Charcoal and tools. Reflect and Evaluate the work of your and your classmates.

Jamie Treadwell’s Student’s Drawing – How does this compare to what you might be doing today?

Goals: 

  1. (1.4.1) Create and solve visual problems using analysis of the shape and form of the face.
  2. (1.2.3) Create art that demonstrates an understanding of how your ideas relate to process (grid and value generalization)

Set a sheet of paper next to your drawing and go around to comment on other artists works. What do you enjoy? What is challenging? Where are they challenged? How can you help by adding suggestions?

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AP Studio Art: Reflect on your statements and make critical decisions about the movement of your next work forward in your concentration.

AP Studio Artist’s Work – Felicia Alcaide, Design and Architecture Senior High School, Miami, Fla. 6/6. Click to see the entire portfolio.

GOALS:

  1. (4.2) Describe the purposes and meaning of art within your culture and time.
  2. (4.4.1,2) Evaluate and interpret art for relationships in form and context.

What bit of advice did you get from your classmates that you will be able to put to use? What bit of advice did you give that might be used elsewhere? What are your goals for the next work(s) that will show your development?