Tuesday in the #Studio – Let’s keep moving #Forward with our #art.

#13 Each generation gets to reinvent art in its own image. Because art is an act of description, it is inevitable that what it describes will reflect every generation’s bias of the moment. It is not a strict reflection of a time but an interpretation rendered in a language that is always in a state of transformation. Kit White 101 Things I Learned in Art School


Drawing: Portraits and Photography and the German Expressionists (@MoMA)

2.1Ac: Through experimentation, practice, and persistence, demonstrate acquisition of skills and knowledge in a chosen art form.

Take a look at your previous week’s works – where did you struggle? How do you use the ideas of chiaroscuro to better define the ideas of form?

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Kathe Kollwitz and the German Expressionists: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-sKe3mO1RZT8/VCLVKgGrxcI/AAAAAAAAd74/SdWR1kvZlUo/s1600/kollwitz%2Bself-portrait%2Bat%2Bwork.jpg

What was the most challenging aspect for you to draw today? Why was this most difficult way to go? What is most important about drawing when it comes to observation?


Studio Art 360: Sketchbook TUESDAY is ON YOUR OWN – Here’s the rules…

ON YOUR OWN! FOR NEXT TUESDAY! CONSIDER A ROOM – A BUILDING – Something with a sense of DEPTH and Space: Using all of the knowledge you have gained from the first batch of sketches, create a drawing that emphasizes the idea of space, depth, form, perhaps perspective. Consider your understanding of Line, Shape, Form, Texture, and Color to complete this assignment.

10.1P: Document the process of developing ideas from early stages to fully elaborated ideas.

Look at your current still life drawing… Choose an element or principle and describe how you are using it in your still life. Also describe how it is being used successfully or not so much.

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SHOE Drawings – Look at the subtleties: https://themarblecollection.org/site/assets/files/2250/1425.jpg

Step back and admire the strengths and weaknesses of the work you are completing – Mid Crit on Thursday.


AP Studio Art: Last Crit Days – Peregrine Honig

Reflect: Learning to think and talk with others about an aspect of one’s work or working process, and learning to judge one’s own work and working process and the work of others.

Day 2 of final crit with Peregrine Honig. Are you READY to share your work and ideas? I hope so.

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Peregrine Honig and Molly talking about the work Molly created.

Seriously – What did you take away from the critique?

#MidWeek – NOPE, already past it. No School on Friday! BUT… #P/TConferences tonight.

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Twyla Tharp: https://businessinrhyme.files.wordpress.com/2015/12/tharp.jpg

Drawing: Faces and GALLERY TIME

1.1Ac: Individually or collaboratively formulate new creative problems based on student’s existing artwork.

What is it about the EYES that makes it EASIEST or most DIFFICULT to draw?

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What mistakes did YOU make – how bad were they when it came to eyes?

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2017 Drawing Book Project! Way to go 2nd Hour!

Studio Art 360: Shoes and Thumbnails – Pencils and Shadows

2.1P: Engage in making a work of art or design without having a preconceived plan.

What skills do you see in yourself that are coming out in the drawing SO FAR? What strengths do you see in your drawing?

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GReat Show Drawing – What Element is EMPHASIZED here? LINE! https://i.pinimg.com/736x/f7/81/17/f781178c0a471942b732ea22fd92992f–drawing-sketches-drawings.jpg

What are 2 skills you have already that are going to make your experiences in Studio Art 360 easier?


AP Studio Art: Nature

1.1 Ad: Visualize and hypothesize to generate plans for ideas and directions for creating art and design that can affect social change.

What have you learned from working outside of the box? Outside of your comfort zone? 

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Peregrine Honig – Tree – “Work of Art” http://artfcity.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/peregrine-tree.jpg

What were the biggest impressions you had from going outside for ideas? 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?


<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/145451643″>Peregrine Honig – &quot;Suites&quot;</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/scenicroad”>Scenic Road</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

#Critique and #Poetry in the #Art #Studio

“Remember, all the answers you need are inside of you; you only have to become quiet enough to hear them.” — Debbie Ford

Mr Korb’s Spring Break Photographs HERE!

Drawing: PORTRAITS! Let’s get BACK to it!

Lets look into the EAR! GROSS! http://orig10.deviantart.net/0187/f/2007/132/7/4/ear_piercings_by_d_mc.jpg

Goals:

  • 1.1Ac: Individually or collaboratively formulate new creative problems based on student’s existing artwork.
  • How is the EAR a different feature to draw than any other feature of the face? Please explain your ideas here.

Reflection: What successes did YOU have in the ear today? What made the ear an easier feature to draw? Or WAS it? 

Studio Art 360: TEXTURE – COLLAGE POEMS

Goals:

  • 6.1P: Analyze and describe the impact that an exhibition or collection has on personal awareness of social, cultural, or political beliefs and understandings.
  • What are three things that you wrote about that really stand out from your collage now that you have begun writing your poem. THESE ARE THINGS THAT YOU CAN USE IN YOUR FINAL POEM.
    • Slide Show Link Here 
    • Photos of Collages HERE

Reflection: You have TONIGHT to finish the ONLINE SLIDESHOW – What is the BIGGEST Message in your Collage and Poem? Explain the way your collage and poem CLEARLY communicate that

AP Studio Art: Online Uploads and PHOTOS

Peregrine Honig RESCHEDULE! Hope you feel better soon! http://mediad.publicbroadcasting.net/p/kcur/files/styles/medium/public/201412/peregrine.JPG

Goals:

  • 7.2Ad: Determine the commonalities within a group of artists or visual images attributed to a particular type of art, time frame, or culture.
  • What are you missing in your collection of artworks? 12 Breadth? 12 Concentration? We are going to be getting SERIOUS about mounting and uploading works of art this next few weeks.

Reflection: As you look at the entire body of work you have developed, what are 3 things that you have seen grow and develop as an artist? Be specific.

Advanced Drawing: FIGURE DRAWING / CRITIQUE

Gesture Drawing: http://spssailors.org/pschulz/Sites/Gesture%20Drawing_files/image006.jpg

Goals:

  • 2.1Ad: Experiment, plan, and make multiple works of art and design that explore a personally meaningful theme, idea, or concept.
  • Beginning with a general idea of the figure and a reference with the mannequin – students will draw out the proportions and stance of the models for a few minutes and then transition to the human form. ? GESTURE DRAWING:  AND  https://youtu.be/CMRMLutJvxE

Reflection: What is most important about drawing when it comes to observation?

#MidWeek #Wednesday – I’m BACK!

Special Thanks to ALL the #NAEA16 Leaders for the 2016 Conference in #Chicago. This was a great experience! Thank you all.

Drawing: PORTRAITS! Eyes!

EYES: http://www.bhorg.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/eyes-29-1.jpg

Goals:

  • 1.1Ac: Individually or collaboratively formulate new creative problems based on student’s existing artwork.
  • What is it about the EYES that makes it EASIEST or most DIFFICULT to draw?

Reflection: What 3 mistakes did YOU make – how bad were they when it came to eyes?

Studio Art 360: TEXTURE – COLLAGE it BEARDEN style

John Steazaker: http://cdn.gestalten.com/media/catalog/product/cache/3/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/t/h/theageofcollage_web_1.jpeg

Goals:

  • 10.1P: Document the process of developing ideas from early stages to fully elaborated ideas.
  • What are you doing to SUCCESSFULLY create a REAL sense of SPACE in your COMPOSITION?
  •  BOOK: http://usshop.gestalten.com/age-of-collage.html
    • Let’s Look at Romare Bearden for a bit to give you a better understanding… HERE

Reflection: How have you been able to think about your artwork being something that CAN affect how someone who looks at your work and their ideas about your subject matter?

AP Studio Art: Figurative Art –  Richard Diebenkorn

Richard Diebenkorn: http://www.reproduction-gallery.com/catalogue/uploads/1141454024_large-image_1065180426_largeimage.jpg

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Goals:

  • Observe: Learning to attend to visual contexts more closely than ordinary “looking” requires, and thereby to see things that otherwise might not be seen.
  • What is the ONE thing you are learning about the figure at this point? Maybe it is an OBSERVATIONAL thing… Maybe it is something else entirely (look at page 30 in your folder…).

Reflection: Have you explored a new medium? Have you attempted to work with and through a new (or familiar) material in your work? EXPLAIN in THREE SENTENCES. What has it done for your drawing? DUE END OF CLASS TOMORROW – CRIT IS DUE TOO. Last 10 minutes of class.

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Guess what happens on April 4? We are going to revisit our outdoor projects with another outdide artist – Peregrine Honig – from Work Of Art!

Advanced Drawing: 50 Sheets of Paper – FINAL DAYS THIS WEEK!

Habits of Mind: https://korbartwuhs.files.wordpress.com/2016/03/artists-studio-habits-of-mind.jpg?w=620

Goals:

  • 4.2Ac: Analyze, select, and critique personal artwork for a collection or portfolio presentation.
  • What ONE ARTISTIC SKILL from PAGE 30 of Artist Habits of Mind did you take away from the 50 Sheets of Paper? 

Reflection: What is one thing you added to today’s critique that made the conversation truly move forward? If nothing – what is ONE THING YOU THOUGHT ABOUT!