#Tuesday and #TooMuchToDo in the #ArtStudio

#90 “You can condense, but you cannot simplify.” —Ann Lauterbach, personal conversation: The world is infinitely complex, and any attempt to simplify, which means the elimination of contradictory elements, will fail to capture that complexity. One can, however, attempt to compress or condense those elements into a more abbreviated or altered form. That is the role of metaphor. Kit White 101 Things to Learn in Art School


Studio Art 360: Grids on the Canvas and the Drawing and Transfer it up to the Canvas

THE RULER GAME!

inch-ruler-standard-lifetime-46567091

http://www.markgreenbergphotography.com/images/warhol/andy_warhol_01.jpg

OUR MEASUREMENTS for the GRID on CANVAS!

1 3/8″, 2 3/4″, 4 1/8″, 5 1/2″, 6 7/8″, 8 1/4″, 9 5/8″, 11″, 12 3/8″

PORTRAITS are HERE!

SKETCHBOOK TUESDAY

FOR NEXT TUESDAY: Using a camera ON YOUR OWN TIME THIS WEEK RECREATE a famous painting, sculpture, drawing… Print out the photograph that you have created and also include the famous work of art that you were inspired by. Here are a few examples: Student Examples: https://goo.gl/Tvwv4X

get done today to make REALLY GOOD PROGRESS so you are either DONE transferring the image or you have VERY LITTLE to do over the next two days at home or in study hall?

How many squares did you get transferred up to the canvas today? What are 2 things that make this an exciting for you or scary for you artwork? 


PAINTING: Making Plans? Got your Photo?

ASSIGNED DATES ON THE SAW – You’re ALL getting a day! Canvas BUILT by Friday!

What is one question you have about the process of building a canvas? Ask around and see if your classmates can help you resolve those questions before you begin to build.

What stage are you at in the process of building the canvas? How can you offer assistance in the process with your classmates.  http://ruthshively.com/

ASSIGNMENT Here

http://www.nancydusenberry.com/paintings.html


DRAWING: Fauvists and YOU!

What’s holding you back? What has propelled you forward in the process?

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


AP STUDIO ART: Concentration 3rd of 3

While looking at your studiomates 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? 

 

#Critique, #Photography, #Drawing, #FigureDrawing in the #ArtStudio

1 Billion Dollars in 1 week… Go Christies. http://nyti.ms/1Hi1PAf

“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

SUMMER COURSES: Painting (Korb) Printing (Robert’s / Dukowitz) registration ends THIS FRIDAY!

AP Studio Art and Advanced Drawing: RELAX and WE ARE DRAWING TODAY – No Erasing!

Drawing of Chuck Close by Jim Dine http://web.carteret.edu/keoughp/AFA%20images/Drawing/Jim%20Dine/jimDine-portrait%20of%20Chuch%20Close.jpg

Goals

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

Larger Drawing Goals:

  • Observation (80% – 92% time looking), Guidelines, Concentration, Slow Drawing
  • Focus on the figure, Proportions, Scale, Sighting In
  • Full Page, Composition
  • AP and AdDraw: How did looking at the video yesterday give you a new insight / appreciation for the process of drawing?Today – a FULL period on the work and NOT having to erase it may help you move the process forward. Are you still afraid of erasing as you progress through your drawing?

AP and AdDraw: What are you struggling with in the drawing today? What HELD YOU BACK? 

Drawing: Get Work Out, Sit Down, and Log in

Matisse and the simplification of the form. http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/matisse/matisse.mme-matisse-madras.jpg

Goals

  • Form http://goo.gl/forms/3q3rPakz8m 
  • Critiquing HELPER sheet HERE
  • 6.1Ac: Make, explain, and justify connections between artists or artwork and social, cultural, and political history.
  • Finished Fauvist Drawings HERE

What did you take away from completing a WRITTEN CRITIQUE? Tomorrow – the ORAL CRITIQUES BEGIN! 

Studio Art 360: Let’s look at COMPOSITIONS and Photographs

POP Art Paintings! Nicely Done! – HERE

Compositional Examples in Photography

Photography Lesson Instructions: HERE

Photography RUBRIC HERE

July 4th Camper, Yosemite Valley copyright Ted Orland. My Friend Ted Orland’s Photograph – Great guy!

GOALS:

  • 1.2P: Shape an artistic investigation of an aspect of present-day life using a contemporary practice of art or design.
  • What stories could you tell using a camera that documents your present-day life? What could you do to make an everyday “boring” part of the day interesting and inviting? Let’s use today in the hallway to “Document” some of what you might do in the hallway.

What did you do with the camera to make the BORING interesting? Remember – it is not the subject that makes an interesting image, it is the composition. July 4th Camper, Yosemite Valley copyright Ted Orland.

#MidWeek #Critique – Time to #REFLECT! Time to #learn from the #Master

“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

SUMMER COURSES: Painting (Korb) Printing (Robert’s / Dukowitz) registration ends THIS FRIDAY!

AP Studio Art and Advanced Drawing: RELAX and WE ARE WATCHING “All About  Looking!”

Self Portrait – Jim Dine: http://prod-images.exhibit-e.com/www_richardgraygallery_com/32012f6a.jpg

Goals

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

Larger Drawing Goals:

  • Observation (80% – 92% time looking), Guidelines, Concentration, Slow Drawing
  • Focus on the figure, Proportions, Scale, Sighting In
  • Full Page, Composition
  • AP and AdDraw:  
    • SMILE — NO ERASING TODAY! How relieved (and WHY) are you feeling about that? What is ONE STRONG DRAWING LESSON you learned from the process we went through over the past three days?

AP and AdDraw: What lesson did you learn from Jim Dine that Mr. Korb hadn’t taught you or told you? New information? Mr. Korb wants to know so he can teach it later! Stickynote on the chalk board before you leave!

Drawing: Get Work Out, Sit Down, and Log in

Andre Derain – Self Portrait with Cap: http://uploads7.wikipaintings.org/images/andre-derain/self-portrait-with-a-cap.jpg

Goals

  • Communication and Collaboration – 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.
  • What is successful in your artwork? What is the color scheme you are using? Share this with your neighbor. NOTE: We are going to
    • 1) make photographs of the work we have RIGHT NOW
    • 2) go to the COMPUTER LAB (Laptops) and fill out the Google Form http://goo.gl/forms/3q3rPakz8m and then
    • 3) insert images from today into the GOOGLE DOCUMENT

How did the use of the GOOGLE FORM help you in the critiquing of your work?. Andre Derain: Self-Portrait with a Cap: 

Studio Art 360: Let’s look at COMPOSITIONS and Photographs

POP Art Paintings! Nicely Done! – HERE

Compositional Examples in Photography

Walker Evansm Tenant Farmer Wife (Allie Mae Burroughs) 1936. http://collection.mam.org/vmedia/tms768/r_m2006_6.jpg

GOALS:

  • 1.1P: Use multiple approaches to begin creative endeavors.
  • What do you think about making visual choices as you make photographs versus taking pictures? Does this mean anything to you?

What is, in your mind, the difference in MAKING a photograph versus TAKING a picture? Please explain your thoughts.

#Photo #Tuesday – But we have LOTS of other things to do too.

New Record for painting… 179 million dollars. Picasso’s Women of Algiers. HERE
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Women of Algiers CNBC May 11, 2015

“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

SUMMER COURSES: Painting (Korb) Printing (Robert’s / Dukowitz) registration ends THIS FRIDAY!

AP Studio Art and Advanced Drawing: RELAX and FIGURE DRAW (ERASE ONE MORE DAY)

Whose looks like THIS? Richard Diebenkorn Drawing. LAYERS and PROCESS. http://diebenkorn.org/bio/figure/files/page17-1000-full.jpg

Goals

  • 2.1Ad: Experiment, plan, and make multiple works of art and design that explore a personally meaningful theme, idea, or concept.
  •  Richard Diebenkorn Drawing. LAYERS and PROCESS

Larger Drawing Goals:

  • Observation (80% – 92% time looking), Guidelines, Concentration, Slow Drawing
  • Focus on the figure, Proportions, Scale, Sighting In
  • Full Page, Composition
  • AP and AdDraw:  How angry were you MONDAY when you were asked to erase the drawing you spent time on Friday? How do you feel NOW knowing that… it is time to erase? Yes – I said it – Erase the Drawing. 

AP and AdDraw: What was the PROGRESS that you made in the drawing today? How did the third erasing help you move it forward today? 

Drawing: Get BACK to the Drawing – This last day! CHECK OUT THE CRIT WAY DOWN ON THE PAGE – TOMORROW in class!

What’s going on in this MATISSE that you are ALSO dealing with? http://www.daydaypaint.com/images/Commerical-Painting/Henri-Matisse-Painting-027.jpg

Goals

  • 1.1Ac: Individually or collaboratively formulate new creative problems based on student’s existing artwork.
  • How does this painting by Matisse look different than the previous work we saw? What are aspects of the FAUVISTS that you are REALLY getting your brain around in this drawing?

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

Studio Art 360: Let’s look at COMPOSITIONS and Photographs

POP Art Paintings! Nicely Done! – HERE

Compositional Examples in Photography

William Eggleston (American, b. 1939). Huntsville, Alabama, 1978. What is the STORY that is happening in this photograph? Let’s make up a story about this guy. http://collection.mam.org/vmedia/tms768/r_m1991_198.jpg

GOALS:

  • 7.2P: Analyze how one’s understanding of the world is affected by experiencing visual imagery.
  • Of the images you collected YESTERDAY, what do you think the photographers from National Geographic were trying to explain to the readers that looked at and read about the photograph? What is a STORY that you could make up about the guy in the picture above? Interpretation?

Of all the images you have collected, and all the work you have EVER CREATED, what type of composition do you feel that you have used the most? Why has this been your approach?

#Monday is a good day to #Draw and talk about #Photography

“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

AP Studio Art and Advanced Drawing: RELAX and FIGURE DRAW

Jim Dine – Reverse – Subtractive Drawing – Fill the space – erase out your drawing! http://haleypatterson.weebly.com/uploads/1/6/4/0/16400668/2824977_orig.jpg

Goals

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

Larger Drawing Goals:

  • Observation (80% – 92% time looking), Guidelines, Concentration, Slow Drawing
  • Focus on the figure, Proportions, Scale, Sighting In
  • Full Page, Composition
  • AP and AdDraw:  How angry were you last Friday when you were asked to erase the drawing you spent time on Thursday? How did you feel AFTER you were told the rationale for the erasing?

AP and AdDraw: How does your drawing look in your own eyes? What did the process of ERASING the image in the beginning do for you?

Drawing: Get BACK to the Drawing – These last two days! CHECK OUT THE CRIT WAY DOWN ON THE PAGE – End of TODAY!

Back to where we started. A good place to revisit. http://cdn.bartongalleries.com/paintings/800/050242_Matisse_Madame%20Matisse.jpg

Goals

  • 1.1Ac: Individually or collaboratively formulate new creative problems based on student’s existing artwork.
  • Take a look at your previous day’s work – where did you struggle the most with the idea of the portrait? Where did you succeed the most? How do you use the ideas of chiaroscuro to better define the ideas of form (in the face especially)?

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

Studio Art 360: Let’s look at COMPOSITIONS and Photographs

POP Art Paintings! Nicely Done! – HERE

Bernd and Hilla Becher (German, established 1959 (partnership); 1931–2007 (Bernd); b. 1934 (Hilla). Water Towers (Cylindrical), 1978. Photography and you! We’re going to be working on photography soon. http://collection.mam.org/vmedia/tms768/r_m1984_117.jpg

Compositional Examples in Photography

GOALS:

  • 7.1P: Hypothesize ways in which art influences perception and understanding of human experiences.
  • What are THREE types of COMPOSITION that you REMEMBER from our conversations / lecture earlier in the year?

Which of the compositional approaches do YOU enjoy most? WHY?

Drawing Crit BELOW!

#Friday and the #Figure – Let’s #DRAW!

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

AP Studio Art and Advanced Drawing: RELAX and FIGURE DRAW

Drawing and OBSERVING! http://www.marylandhall.org/sites/default/files/images/7-22-13%201.jpg

Goals:

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

Larger Drawing Goals:

  • Observation (80% – 92% time looking), Guidelines, Concentration, Slow Drawing
  • Focus on the figure, Proportions, Scale, Sighting In
  • Full Page, Composition
  • AP and AdDraw:  What do you think the skills that you currently have will help you in the process of the figure drawing?

AP and AdDraw: How does your drawing look in your own eyes? What did the process of ERASING the image in the beginning do for you?

Drawing: Get BACK to the Drawing – This week is IT!

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

GOALS:

  •  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?

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

Studio Art 360: Turn and and ORGANIZE

Bernd and Hilla Becher (German, established 1959 (partnership); 1931–2007 (Bernd); b. 1934 (Hilla)). Water Towers (Cylindrical), 1978. Photography and you! We’re going to be working on photography soon. http://collection.mam.org/vmedia/tms768/r_m1984_117.jpg

GOALS:

  • 7.1P: Hypothesize ways in which art influences perception and understanding of human experiences.
  • What do you KNOW about Photography? List 3 things that you are CERTAIN about.

Which of the compositional approaches do YOU enjoy most? WHY?

#Bullies the #Bullied – How to #StopTheBully through #Art

“When you do nothing, you feel overwhelmed and powerless. But when you get involved, you feel the sense of hope and accomplishment that comes from knowing you are working to make things better.” — Zig Ziglar

Feeling overwhelmed? I can relate!

Studio Art 360 – BAS RELIEF SCULPTURE (Collage, Frottage, Grattage, and Decalcomania)

LARGE GROUP Slide Show Project – Let’s SEE it HERE!

Bas Relief or a head… https://korbartwuhs.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/2e0f2-blogkelly27s1hour_basrelief_of_eloiesekrabbenhoft_2003mar19.jpg

Goals:

  • 1.1P: Use multiple approaches to begin creative endeavors.
  • How do you feel about the subject matter of BULLYING that we are going to be working on? Do you have any personal experiences with the topic (as the bullied or the bully?) Explain your thoughts (remember – this is JUST YOU reading this.

What progress as a team have you made in the development of the collage idea? What TEXTURES are you developing in the work? How have you used the ideas of GRATTAGE, FROTTAGE, and DECALCOMANIA in the progress? 

Painting – Build your CANVASES! Consider the Continuous Line Contour Drawings for the PAINTING!

NEW PAINTINGS by the WUHS Painting Class – HERE!

Pablo Picasso – How are YOU going to use the ideas of a CONTINUOUS LINE CONTOUR DRAWING in your FIRST EVER Oil PAINTING? http://watercolorjournal.files.wordpress.com/2011/11/inverted-drawing-of-portrait-of-igor-stravinsky-pablo-picasso.jpg

Goals:

  • 5.1Ac: Evaluate, select, and apply methods or processes appropriate to display artwork in a specific place.
  • Knowing you have the options of REALISM in colors or going out on your own in choices of colors… what do you see as advantages of the direction you are NOT planning on going?

How do you see the plans you are developing as being successful? What ELEMENT are you focusing on? Line, Color, Texture, Value?

AP Studio Art – ONLINE!

TUESDAY at MIDNIGHT CHAPTER 4 was due in Art and Fear Blog.

What is the difference in the KEYSTONED image and the CORRECTED one? How can you use this idea in your photography of YOUR art? http://www.photographymad.com/files/images/lens-correction-keystone-6.jpg

Goals:

  • Research and Information Fluency – Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information.  
  • In 3 minutes – tell me EVERYTHING you know about making photographs for use ONLINE.

What are the differences you see in the PHOTOGRAPH and the ORIGINAL WORK? How do you feel you can make adjustments (minor) that will make the work more EXACT to the original? 

***ASSIGNMENT in TWO WEEKS (Two Mondays from LAST Monday: Adventure Image and Still Life FOCUSING ON and being able to SPEAK ABOUT an ELEMENT and PRINCIPLE Specifically.***

This American Life: http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/448/adventure

#Overwhelmed? #Bullied? #Art can #MakeADifference in the #World!

“When you do nothing, you feel overwhelmed and powerless. But when you get involved, you feel the sense of hope and accomplishment that comes from knowing you are working to make things better.” — Zig Ziglar

Feeling overwhelmed? I can relate!

Studio Art 360 – BAS RELIEF SCULPTURE, Collage, Frottage, Grattage, and Decalcomania

What do you think this BAS RELIEF sculpture might be talking about – social topic – social commentary – historical ideas wise?

If you are NOT done with your Photography CRITIQUE – Get it FINISHED!

LARGE GROUP Slide Show Project – Let’s SEE it HERE!

FINAL PHOTO CRITIQUE DUE DATE… Tuesday, December 2. I will be grading the critiques before then (2nd hour has been worked through) but NOTHING is in the books until AFTER December 2. If you have made changes to your document AFTER I have commented but BEFORE I enter the grades – NOTIFY COLLABORATORS through your Google Document (under File: EMail Collaborators…).

Goals:

  • 1.1P: Use multiple approaches to begin creative endeavors.Looking at this BAS RELIEF SCULPTURE – (Chapter on SPACE)
  • What do you think this sculpture is about? WHY? Please work with your neighbor on answering this question.

What is the most challenging aspect to creating a collaborative work of art? What did you feel will be helpful in working with a classmate? What did you feel will be a challenge? 

 NON-OBJECTIVE (Focus on BULLYING but use this to demonstrate the GATHERING of the textures – MUST BE “realistic” in nature): https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1ltLnZB4N8wTwxcqF-aepyAdAjKsBYjrYzYP1HgDASvU/edit?usp=sharing

Painting – Demo on SAW and TEST!

Here I am as a continuous line drawing – Where might it lead you to draw yourself again as a continuous line drawing?

NEW PAINTINGS by the WUHS Painting Class – HERE!

Goals:

  • 5.1Ac: Evaluate, select, and apply methods or processes appropriate to display artwork in a specific place.
  • What do you remember about the PROCESS of cutting wood on the Miter Saw? List EVERYTHING you can think of.

What challenges do you see with the idea of a SELF PORTRAIT in OILS BASED on the idea of a CONTINUOUS LINE CONTOUR DRAWING?

AP Studio Art – the hallway and HANG YOUR WORK in the CASES and CRITIQUE!

Tomorrow at MIDNIGHT CHAPTER 4 is due in Art and Fear Blog.

ADVENTURE! What might YOUR interpretation of an ADVENTURE be – as told by someone else? BREADTH WORK! HERE!

This American Life: http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/448/adventure

Goals:

  • 10.1Ad: Synthesize knowledge of social, cultural, historical, and personal life with art-making approaches to create meaningful works of art or design.
  • When you think of ADVENTURES… what are 3 things that come to mind? Give yourself a moment to THINK and RESPOND to this. N: Working from NPR – Adventures! Work Narratively. Tell a story with your image.

What is your plan for accomplishing this amount of work in the short time allowed? What was the struggle you had in the past 2 weeks? What struggled? What soared? What will you have to do to adjust your working schedule?

#Critique Day in #APStudioArt and #Painting, #StudioArt360 – #Photography and a WRAP UP!

Studio Art 360 – Organizing Photography in the Halls…

Ansel Adams – one of America’s GREATEST Photographers. Here’s his BIO!

Log-In to your GOOGLE DRIVE and Let’s look a the CRITIQUE form AS WELL AS THE GROUP PROJECT!

LARGE GROUP Slide Show Project – Let’s Build it HERE!

Goals:

  • 9.1P: Establish relevant criteria in order to evaluate a work of art or collection of works.
  • What do you hope to learn about your work when you get your critiques back from me? What can you do to make the self-critique more worthwhile for yourself?

Self – evaluation of the writing for the day – What did you find NEW in your work that you forgot you did well or struggled with?

POP ART GALLERY IMAGES HERE.

Painting – CRITIQUE Today!

Let’s eat cookies! The Cookie Critique – Let’s review first.

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.
  • As an individual, what do you think you are going to struggle with the most in today’s (and tomorrow – and maybe Wednesday’s) Critique.

What one thing did you add to the critique that nobody else did?

AP Studio Art – Concentration! REVIEW the COOKIE with the painters. Then onto the hallway and HANG YOUR WORK in the CASES and CRITIQUE!

Tuesday at MIDNIGHT CHAPTER 3 is due in Art and Fear Blog.

Goals:

  • 4.2Ad: Critique, justify, and present choices in the process of analyzing, selecting, curating, and presenting artwork for a specific exhibit or event.
  • As an individual, what do you think you are going to struggle with the most in today’s (and tomorrow – and maybe Wednesday’s) Critique

What one thing did you add to the critique that nobody else did?

How can #Photography and #Art help #Change the #World?

“Go and make interesting mistakes, make amazing mistakes, make glorious and fantastic mistakes. Break rules. Leave the world more interesting for your being here. Make. Good. Art.” ~ Neil Gaiman

Studio Art 360 – Organizing Photography in the Halls…

UPLOAD YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS INTO YOUR CLASS PERIOD FOLDER. Log-In IS required to upload. Rename the image like this: LastNameHourCompositionalStyle (ie: Korb7Closed)

Imogene Cunningham BIO HERE

Goals:

  • NETS: 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.
  • What did you ENJOY about going into the hallway to make photographs over the past 3 days? What did you STRUGGLE with?
  • Looking through your images with your partner – talk about the 5 different compositions you came up with and use the RUBRIC that has been given to SELF EVALUATE and GRADE your work… Choose 2 images to upload to morrow.

What is it about your BEST PHOTOGRAPH that will keep an audience member in front of your work versus moving along after just a few moments (3 seconds)? Share these thoughts AND IMAGE with your neighbor.

POP ART GALLERY IMAGES HERE.

Painting – DUE MONDAY of next week!Building a NEW CANVAS?! This is the week to do it! DO NOT WAIT!!!

Sean Scully in front of his exhibition at Alhambra Patronato.

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.
  • Take FIVE MINUTES – NO PAINTING… Look at your painting. Really look at it. Sketchbook in hand, write out a 5 minute response to your work. Then… GET TO PAINTING!

What did taking the 5 minutes do for you today? What do you think looking back at / reflecting on your efforts has done for you?

AP Studio Art – Concentration!

Yesterday at MIDNIGHT! CHAPTER 2 in Art and Fear Responses DUE on the BLOG.

“Self Portrait against a Blue Sky” Edvard Munch

Goals:

  • 2.1Ad: Experiment, plan, and make multiple works of art and design that explore a personally meaningful theme, idea, or concept.
  • What are you thinking about carrying forward in the NEXT three images from these second three images? Write your ideas out in your sketchbook as you work.

Short Period – What is successful as you look at the 3 works together? Consider the FIRST three works also… Next week – PHOTOGRAPHY and WEB – Discussion on Friday!