Monday November 18th-22nd
Begin a ceramics spread in your art journal.
Read all about clay vocabulary and answer the questions that you can find here.
Monday Oct. 28th-Fri Nov. 1st
Colored Pencils (<<<click here for assignment)
Examples of symmetrical squares here
This week we will be working with colored pencils.
We will start practicing ribbons.
Check here for some examples!
Monday-Draw a ribbon and a folded zig zag piece of paper
Tuesday-Draw your symmetrical design on your square
Wednesday/Thursday/Friday- Begin transferring design from the square to your bigger square paper then once your design is transferred you can begin adding shade and value with colored pencils.
Monday October 21st
This week we will be learning about the art of Ancient Egypt and learning to draw a still life. You'll work on a spread about Ancient Egypt.
ANCIENT EGYPT (Click for link)
Begin looking at the information on Ancient Egypt. All of the UNDERLINED WORDS are words that you will be responsible for.
SHAPE (Click for link)
View the information at the SHAPE page above. Try to draw this in your art journal.
VALUE SPREAD IN ART JOURNAL Classwork on Monday, September 30th
Watch the video and read the information on VALUE at this link: https://www.artbrit.com/value.html
Make notes in your art journal, and practice creating 3D forms using the handout.
Be sure to click on the link where you will be able to see how to begin shading 3D forms: http://juliannakunstler.com/art1_geostilllife.html#.Vgc6I49Viko
FOCAL POINT DRAWING Due Date: Monday, September 30th
Assignment: Complete Focal Point Drawing by Friday, September 27th
PREHISTORIC ART JOURNAL SPREAD (2 FACING pages)
Due Date: Monday, September 30th
Create a two page spread about prehistoric art, documenting what you have learned about the art in a creative manner. See the "Art Journal Spread Directions" below for details.
ART JOURNAL SPREAD DIRECTIONS
Your art history spread should have:
- A TITLE- make sure your viewer knows what this spread is all about (Prehistoric Art, for example!)
- A BORDER- something small, can be as simple or as decorative as you want
- The VOCABULARY that is included in the notes or powerpoint
- Some thumbnail sketches that relate to the content you have learned about
- A PERSONAL REFLECTION- how do you feel about the artwork? What are your thoughts? Do you like it or not? WHY? (Don't say it's "nice"!) Explain your answers.
ONE PAGER DIRECTIONS
Directions for ONE PAGER & LIST OF ARTISTS