#MondayMonday – Let’s have an #ARTattack in #Week2

Ten Things You MUST Give Up To Move Forward – Stephen Covey

http://goalhabits.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/ten_things.jpg?w=584&h=826

Drawing: Crit and SELF EVALUATION!

Let’s CRITIQUE some Art. https://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/~/media/ArtsEdge/Images/Articles/Educators/how-tos/tipsheets/art_critique16X9.jpg?

Goals:

  • 4.2Ad: Critique, justify, and present choices in the process of analyzing, selecting, curating, and presenting artwork for a specific exhibit or event.
  • Of all the elements or principles you have illustrated / created a visual representation of, which one do you feel is the most successful and WHY?  

Reflection: What 2 things are you most pleased with regarding the works you made regarding the Visual Art Elements and Principles?

Studio Art 360: Crit and SELF EVALUATION!

Artist Trading Cards SWAP – End of the Semester – So SAVE your cards! http://www.milliande.com/images/atc-swap-artist-trading-card-theme-sticks-and-stones-set-milliande-1.jpg

Goals:

  • 4.2Ad: Critique, justify, and present choices in the process of analyzing, selecting, curating, and presenting artwork for a specific exhibit or event.
  • Of all the elements or principles you have illustrated / created a visual representation of, which one do you feel is the most successful and WHY?  

Reflection: What 2 things are you most pleased with regarding the works you made regarding the Visual Art Elements and Principles?

AP Studio Art: Art and Fear – DUE THURSDAY!

Jerry – What do you think about THIS work of Art? http://www.1stdibs.com/introspective-magazine/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Rohatyn_workofart.jpg

Goals:

  • 4.2Ad: Critique, justify, and present choices in the process of analyzing, selecting, curating, and presenting artwork for a specific exhibit or event.
  • What is ONE THING you really want to explain about the work you have created regarding the Art and Fear Chapter you chose. Write this out so you have a starting place to talk when you explain your work.

Reflection: What 2 things are you most pleased with regarding the works you see / made out Art and Fear

Advanced Drawing: Crit your Art Trading Cards.

Time for some SELF REFLECTION. http://www.artlimited.net/user/0/0/1/6/3/5/6/artlimited_img349632.jpg

Goals:

  • 4.2Ad: Critique, justify, and present choices in the process of analyzing, selecting, curating, and presenting artwork for a specific exhibit or event.
  • Of all the elements or principles you have illustrated / created a visual representation of, which one do you feel is the most successful and WHY?  

Reflection: What 2 things are you most pleased with regarding the works you made regarding the Visual Art Elements and Principles?

#Friday in the #ArtStudio – #3Reflections and #13Rules

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

Drawing: Trading Cards DUE MONDAY!

Edgar Degas: Dancer: http://www.frenchdrawings.org/images/hpt/1950.12.659.jpg

Goals:

  • 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.
  • How have you considered the ideas of EXECUTION, COMPOSITION, and CHARACTER in the process of making your art? List how you have thought of ONE of them as you have made your trading cards? If you HAVEN’T… maybe you should consider them as you are making your art.

Reflection: Looking at the artworks by various artists throughout this week – what styles do you prefer? Real, abstract, somewhere in between?

Studio Art 360: Trading Cards DUE MONDAY!

Broadway Boogie Woogie – Piet MOndrian: http://uploads2.wikiart.org/images/piet-mondrian/broadway-boogie-woogie-1943.jpg!Blog.jpg

Goals:

  • 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.
  • How have you considered the ideas of EXECUTION, COMPOSITION, and CHARACTER in the process of making your art? List how you have thought of ONE of them as you have made your trading cards? If you HAVEN’T… maybe you should consider them as you are making your art.

Reflection: Looking at the artworks by PIET MONDRIAN from this week – what do you think about the fact that the ABSTRACT WORK we saw was made by the same man that could draw realistically, and expressionistically?

AP Studio Art: Art and Fear – DUE THURSDAY! Chapter 1 – TONIGHT at MIDNIGHT!

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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.
  • Last day THIS WEEK to work on this breadth piece. How has it felt to be NOT working on your CONCENTRATION works this week? Give yourself a few sentences to reflect.

Reflection: What are you going to be working on this weekend to resolve your work?

Advanced Drawing: PAGE 28 – HOMEWORK FOR THE WEEKEND!

Richard Diebenkorn: https://mhsart2m.wikispaces.com/file/view/klein10-29-10.jpg/241261721/378×460/klein10-29-10.jpg

Goals:

  • 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.
  • How have you considered the ideas of EXECUTION, COMPOSITION, and CHARACTER in the process of making your art? List how you have thought of ONE of them as you have made your trading cards? If you HAVEN’T… maybe you should consider them as you are making your art.

Reflection: Looking at the artworks by Richard Dibenkorn from this week – what do you think about the fact that the WORK we saw was made by the same man that could draw realistically, and expressionistically?

#Thursday and #9ThingsToMakeAStrongArtWork – get’s one thinking.


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

Drawing: Elements and Principles

Georgia O’Keefe – Abstraction and Charcoal: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/e/eb/Georgia_O’Keeffe,_1915.jpg

Goals:

  • 2.1P: Engage in making a work of art or design without having a preconceived plan.
  • What is ONE QUESTION that you have about this class, the projects, this department, or Mr. Korb?
  • SECONDLY – Look at your TRADING CARDS and answer – What are you doing in your composition to FULLY ACTIVATE the small space? Are you filling the background and taking the composition all the way to the edges, to the corners? How are you thinking about that part of the image? Allow yourself to EXPERIMENT!

Page 30 in FOLDER – Habits of Mind.

Reflection: What is the strongest card you have made so far this week? WHY? Use the ART TERMS you know – USE THE BOOKS

Studio Art 360:

Piet Mondrian: Self Portrait – LONG before de Stijl (the Style). http://uploads1.wikiart.org/images/piet-mondrian.jpg!Portrait.jpg

Goals:

  • 2.1P: Engage in making a work of art or design without having a preconceived plan.
  • What is ONE QUESTION that you have about this class, the projects, this department, or Mr. Korb?
  • SECONDLY – Look at your TRADING CARDS and answer – What are you doing in your composition to FULLY ACTIVATE the small space? Are you filling the background and taking the composition all the way to the edges, to the corners? How are you thinking about that part of the image? Allow yourself to EXPERIMENT!

Page 30 in FOLDER – Habits of Mind.

Reflection: What is the strongest card you have made so far this week? WHY? Use the ART TERMS you know – USE THE BOOKS

AP Studio Art:

What is YOUR operating manual? https://shelbyfunez.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/artist-dont-quit.jpg

Goals:

  • 2.1Ad: Experiment, plan, and make multiple works of art and design that explore a personally meaningful theme, idea, or concept.
  • Look through your chapter in the the book again – is there anything else in the chapter that is standing out to you? Is there a way you can work a second or third idea into the current work – cover more topics?

Reflection: REVIEW The ideas with your classmates that you are working on. How do you see the ideas growing from your initial ideas? 

Advanced Drawing:

Richard Dibenkorn: Abstracted Landscape Print. https://korbartwuhs.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/d0238-richard_diebenkorn.jpg

Goals:

  • 2.1P: Engage in making a work of art or design without having a preconceived plan.
  • What is ONE QUESTION that you have about this class, the projects, this department, or Mr. Korb?
  • SECONDLY – Look at your TRADING CARDS and answer – What are you doing in your composition to FULLY ACTIVATE the small space? Are you filling the background and taking the composition all the way to the edges, to the corners? How are you thinking about that part of the image? Allow yourself to EXPERIMENT!

Page 30 in FOLDER – Habits of Mind.

Reflection: What is the strongest card you have made so far this week? WHY? Use the ART TERMS you know – USE THE BOOKS!

#MidWeek #Wednesday ALREADY? Yes. #Art in the First Week.

  • What is Art?

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

Drawing: Elements and Principles

Egon Schiele: Ceramics: http://uploads5.wikiart.org/images/egon-schiele/ceramics-1918.jpg!Blog.jpg

Goals:

  • 2.1P: Engage in making a work of art or design without having a preconceived plan.
  • What materials did you use yesterday that you have used in the past? What materials can you TRY to use today that you have NOT USED in the past.

Reflection: What is ONE question that you have about the course, projects, department, or me?

Studio Art 360:

Girl Writing: Piet Mondrian: http://uploads1.wikiart.org/images/piet-mondrian/girl-writing-1895.jpg!Blog.jpg

Goals:

  • 2.1P: Engage in making a work of art or design without having a preconceived plan.
  • What materials did you use yesterday that you have used in the past? What materials can you TRY to use today that you have NOT USED in the past

Reflection: What is ONE question that you have about the course, projects, department, or me?

AP Studio Art:

Simply Put: https://korbartwuhs.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/1e2ed-b2526oquotewomat-402525.jpg

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Goals:

  • 1.1 Ad: Visualize and hypothesize to generate plans for ideas and directions for creating art and design that can affect social change.
  • How does FEAR get in your way TODAY as you begin to or continue to create ART?

Reflection: How have you learned to work beyond fears to create work this year? Do you find that you still have fears about the work you are creating? 

Advanced Drawing:

Richard Diebenkorn – Still Life: https://korbartwuhs.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/b7ef6-meghann.jpg

Goals:

  • 2.1P: Engage in making a work of art or design without having a preconceived plan.
  • What materials did you use yesterday that you have used in the past? What materials can you TRY to use today that you have NOT USED in the past.

Reflection: What is ONE question that you have about the course, projects, department, or me?

#FastFriday – How’d it get here so #Quick?

Never feel shame for trying and failing, for he who never failed is he who never tried.” – Og Mandino

Painting and Advanced Painting: 3 Days

Peter Halley http://art.daimler.com/media/Halley_MixedGridPainting_01.jpg

Goals: 

  • 3.1Ad: Reflect on, re-engage, revise, and refine works of art or design considering relevant traditional and contemporary criteria as well as personal artistic vision.
  • Set up your work in front of the class – let’s take a look and see what is happening – Write down 2 struggles that you see in YOUR work that others may be able to help with.

Reflection / Evaluation: What do you REALLY need to remember from today’s mid crit so that you are CONFIDENT to finish this painting by Wednesday of next . week? Will you need paints to take home?

Studio Art 360: Collage and Texture – Romare Bearden

Still Life with Chair Canning: https://ka-perseus-images.s3.amazonaws.com/e3a1e323785b7b5769ad4220b90adf980fc205e2.jpg

Goals:

  • 1.2P: Shape an artistic investigation of an aspect of present-day life using a contemporary practice of art or design.
  • What challenges do you think you will face as it comes to the idea of an INTERESTING collage? How do you start a COMPOSITON and build up from there?

Picasso, Still Life with Chair Caning: Picasso, Still-Life with Chair Caning, 1912 (Musée Picasso)https://www.khanacademy.org/embed_video?v=286FiUvOeFs

Reflection / Evaluation: How do you feel your composition successfully uses the GOLDEN MEAN and imagery to explain the ideas of your social topic? EXPLAIN your answers.

AP Studio Art: Figure Drawing Critique – OPEN CANVAS CALENDAR!

Here is the AP Studio Art Portfolio Example Pages too

Do you see a COMMON THEME? A message? http://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/poststar.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/e/e4/ee4d5c24-1e4f-11e3-8f90-001a4bcf887a/52362a2291c2c.preview-620.jpg

Goals:

  • 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 are you focusing on with your work? How are you solving the problems of this and next weeks 3 artworks?

Reflection / Evaluation: What did you accomplish today? What do you need to do this weekend in order to develop a beginning of an concentration? It is NOT about the medium… it is the message.

Drawing: MID CRIT – Look at the RUBRIC

http://www.moma.org/collection_images/resized/443/w500h420/CRI_241443.jpg

Goals:

Reflection / Evaluation: 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?

Link To Mr. Korb’s Written Example – HERE

Link to the Google Folder of YOUR Images – HERE

#WelcomeBack to the #ArtStudio – One more Week – Lots to do!

“An average person with average talent, ambition and education, can outstrip the most brilliant genius in our society, if that person has clear, focused goals.” – Brian Tracy

”Even talent is rarely indistinguishable, over the long run, from perseverance and lots of hard work.” Ted Orland and David Bayles – Art and Fear.

Studio Art 360: CRITIQUE and REFLECT on Bas Relief Sculpture.

Printing… This is going to happen… I HOPE!

Goals:

  • G: 1.1P: Use multiple approaches to begin creative endeavors.
  • What is ONE SKILL you feel you have developed this semester in art?

What was the most challenging part of the drawing process today? Did you realize anything about the process of continuous line drawing that was FUN? FRUSTRATING?

Painting: Wrap up before break – what will you come back to?

PAINT! I bet you missed it!

Goals:

  • 2.1Ac: Through experimentation, practice, and persistence, demonstrate acquisition of skills and knowledge in a chosen art form.
  • You’ve been away for some time… take a moment and look carefully at your artwork. What stands out as STRONG? What stands out as “I need to work on this?” Write out a BRIEF statement about the work in front of you.

What “discoveries” or “new insights” have you found about your work? 

AP Studio Art – PAINT and CONCENTRATE!

What’s the thread holding YOUR work together?

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 is the common thread that is connecting your different pieces in your body of work together?

What are the works that need work? What are you doing with the time you are in here? Should I be writing you passes for your study halls? If I am, should I continue? http://frankjuarezpaintings.com/

TOMORROW at MIDNIGHT CHAPTER 8 is due in Art and Fear Blog

#Photo #Friday in the #Art #Studio! Join us in MAKING #Photographs

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

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Studio Art 360 – Let’s Talk Photography and the In’s and Out’s

My Friend #TedOrland and his #Photography… July 4th Camper, Yosemite Valley copyright Ted Orland.

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?
  • Photograph the EVERYDAY part of school – candid – opening lockers, taking a drink, how can you make it interesting?

What did you do with the camera to make the BORING interesting?

POP ART GALLERY IMAGES HERE.

Painting – Mid Crit TODAY! FINAL Crit. Wednesday – Friday of NEXT WEEK!

Sean Scully busy at work… just like us…

There are NO CERTAINTIES in my work… VIDEO from Sean Scully… we can afford 8 minutes…

Goals:

  • 2.1Ac: Through experimentation, practice, and persistence, demonstrate acquisition of skills and knowledge in a chosen art form.
  • Last day of the week… What did you take from yesterday’s critique… How do you see the ideas you heard from the critique into moving you forward with creating a unified artwork?

Did today / this week move you toward a successful week of work? Do you feel that taking work home this weekend will be a good idea?

AP Studio Art – Concentration – 3 new works – PLAN and DEVELOP! Investigate!

MONDAY – CHAPTER 2 in Art and Fear Responses DUE on the BLOG.

LAST 10 minutes… CRIT ONE ANOTHER!

Michael Berryhill – It has the feeling of the Pieta: Michael Berryhill: http://www.brooklynrail.org/2014/05/art/whats-more-real8232a-dead-tree-or-a-drawing-of-a-dead-treemichael-berryhill-with-nathlie-provosty

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?

What work are you planning for this weekend? Be specific… What are you going to set time aside for and work on?

The Weather is There, I wish I were… beautiful…

“Talent may get someone off the starting blocks faster, but without a sense of direction or a goal to strive for, it won’t count for much.”
– David Bayles and Ted Orland
Art and Fear: Observations On the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmaking

Welcome to KorbArtWuhs.WordPress.com… take a walk around, stretch your legs, get a feel for the landscape. Here is where I begin and end all of my classes, while also providing a resource for my students, their parents, as well as teachers and students around the world.

GOAL! Goal… goal… goal… GOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAALLLLLLL! Now… what goals do you have in your mind for the day? Me… stay warm… it is -60 degrees out there today. http://cache2.allpostersimages.com/p/LRG/38/3841/HPJYF00Z/posters/soccer-player-scoring-a-goal.jpg

GOALS:

  1. Know about how one teacher uses daily goal setting and interaction in the classroom.
  2. Know about the use of a website as a communication tool both inside and outside of the classroom.
  3. Know about how using a students prior knowledge can help set the stage for better understanding of the topic at hand.

(Originally Posted: June 26, 2013) Technology in the classroom was my big presentation at this years InterActiv Learning Conference 2013 in Whitewater, WI. My largest concern with the use of today’s technology is the misuse of it. Having had an opportunity to listen to a new Freshman in High School (not mine… well, my kid, but not my district) discuss the use (or in some conversations that stand out – misuse) of important resources such as YouTube and Google it struck me that the conversation of how we use technology in the classroom as a learning TOOL and not as “bells and whistles” to entertain or simply to “connect” with the kids was important.

Technology and Interaction in the Classroom (link to my Google Presentation is HERE) was the presentation I had at the conference and I really wish I had heard Michael Wesch’s 201o Presentation at the University of Denver prior to my presentation. The good news (maybe for me) is that I am working in the direction he speaks about in his lecture (link to his presentation is HERE). To keep this brief (and give you a chance to watch his presentation) I feel the most important part of his lecture was to emphasize that the INFORMATION out there is NOT SCARCE and the student of today has all the access to it, in their pocket! The important thing to keep in mind, and this is a brain shift for all in education (kids, parents, teachers, administrators, school board members… everyone), is that the teachers need to help the kids learn HOW to use the technology to be self directed learners. The kids sure know how to entertain themselves with the internet… but strong learners of Web 2.0 tools they are not.

How can we, as teachers, use the tools that are out there to help the kids LEARN how to LEARN? How do we demonstrate the tricks of the trade, the skills that are essential in the process of learning so that the students we have the privileged to work with, can become more independent learners? One of the tricks of using the technology (information really) that is out there is to make sure we are teaching them how to CONNECT to it and not to simply learn it all for the test. This also ties into the thoughts of Noah Chomsky (HERE for a YouTube video Presented at the Learning Without Frontiers Conference – Jan 25th 2012- London) that the TEST is not a very good demonstration of the knowledge the kids have. Yes, maybe for the day and a few weeks later, but then – POOF – that is gone. How can we, as concerned educators and leaders, help the learners make sure that the information we provide them with connects to the world they are living in? The tools are there, and they will be using them for as long as they live. How can we connect the tools, the information that is available, and the techniques to gather, toss aside, sort, filter, and use that information is through demonstration by example, teaching and reteaching, and reviewing the importance of being aware of how the tools and information is to be used.

Kids Say the Darnedest Things

Knowing that sketchbooks and goals will ALWAYS be part of the courses, what is one suggestion that you have to offer for future classes? What are some suggestions you may have to help the class become even stronger or more fulfilling than it already is? These require explanation please.

  • “Make the goals so that everyone does them and doesn’t slack. It helps my brain learn from the beginning of class and I know it will help others.”
  • “To take the goals and understand them not just write them down.”
  • “The goals were kind of hard to understand when looking back at them. It’s easy to understand when you explain. but the way they are written down is tricky to look back at.”

It’s ALMOST never too late… ALMOST!

High School Art Exhibit at the 2013 River Edge Art Walk! Way to Go!
High School Art Exhibit at the 2013 River Edge Art Walk! Way to Go!

REAW Studio 107

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“There is an immeasurable distance between late and too late.”

—Og Mandino (Paul Mark Sutherland http://goalhabits.com/2013/10/12/goal-achievement-quote-oct-12-2013/)

It’s ALMOST too late, but not quite, for missing work… What can you do? – WEDNESDAY IS THE LAST DAY FOR MISSING ASSIGNMENTS!

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Art Foundations: Intro to Perspective and Positive / Negative Compositions

READ THIS – How do you draw blocks so they look like they are REAL 3D blocks? Give it a shot – Right Now. Open your sketchbooks and draw a cube to the best of your ability. READ THIS and FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS! Go To It!

GOALS: NOTE – these are LONG… what do they mean to you? Write them out in your OWN words if you can.

  1. 1.4 create, define, and solve visual challenges using 1.4.1 analysis (breaking up the artwork / subject matter to basic elements).
  2. 1.2 create art that demonstrates an understanding of how your ideas relate to the 1.2.3 and processes (linear perspective) you use

How do you see space? As we work in perspective, I hope you are able to understand the ideas of linear perspective and the creation of compositions.

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Advanced Drawing: Non-Objective Drawing based on REALITY!

What do you see? How can you create a NON-OBJECTIVE drawing from something that is REAL?
What do you see? How can you create a NON-OBJECTIVE drawing from something that is REAL?
How did Richard Dibenkorn create a non-objective image from reality?

GOALS:

  1. 2.6 Work on creating multiple solutions to solve visual challenges.
  2. 5.1 identify the rationale behind making art (NON-Objective from direct observation)

How did you develop the idea of the composition? Is it challenging for you to see non-objective inside the real observable objects? Is your composition interesting enough to stop someone and make them think?

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AP Studio Art: Concentration #1 and #2 – Yikes! Sketchbook Development too!

How can you use the sketchbook to REALLY develop your ideas? Can you? Do you still feel like the sketchbook is a precious object that mistakes and experiments can;t happen in?

GOALS: The BIG deal for the week(s) to come is to develop and advance the ideas for your concentration.

  1. 5.1 identify the rationale behind making art.
  2. 4.4 evaluate and interpret art for relationships in 4.4.1 form 4.4.2 context

What are your plans for the first 2 works. We are working on MULTIPLES!  What is the greatest FEAR you have regarding these works? What is your plan for tomorrow? (Due next Monday – Concentration #1).

How can we use the NEGATIVE to make the POSITIVE work better?

And here I am HANG GLIDING… I love to use my abilities to really have fun in life. http://www.seekextreme.com

“The question for each man is not what he would do if he had the means, time, influence and educational advantages, but what he will do with the things he has.” — Frank Hamilton

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Art Foundations: Space – Positive and Negative Space in your artwork and in life.

What did the artist focus their attention on? The NEGATIVE SPACE! http://www.drawingandpaintinglessons.com

GOALS:

  1. 1.4.1 analysis (breaking up the artwork / subject matter to basic elements)

What did you find as the most difficult aspect of the creation of the drawing? What was the hardest? What was the easiest? Are you able to see the negative space in the 1 – drawing, 2 – actual object?

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Advanced Drawing: Crit and PENCIL DRAWINGS.

Check out and SEE the GLASSES that Janet Fish Draws and Paints. How do you deal with TRANSPARENCY? http://2.bp.blogspot.com

GOALS:

  1. 2.6 Work on creating multiple solutions to solve visual challenges.

What are you drawn to? What is successful in your composition? What is it about the transparent glass that makes this a challenging or easy subject matter to work with? Share your preliminary work with your neighbor – write the thoughts down and share the challenges with your neighbors.

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AP Studio Art: RESEARCH and begin the ideas for your CONCENTRATION

Vincent Van Gogh spent time LOOKING at and THINKING about the works that he focused his life on… what are you going to do to do the same? http://www.vggallery.com

GOALS:

  1. Research and Information Fluency – Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information.
  2. 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.

Look over and SHARE your research about the artist that you have begun looking at and also share a bit about what your initial thoughts are regarding the idea of having a concentration.