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Bell Ringer (5 minutes!) What is your first response to this drawing? Describe what you see in complete sentences. Do you like this drawing? Why or why not. M.C. Escher &Tessellations. Name: Date: Per. Pattern. Principle of Art; Repeated elements to create a design or surface texture.

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Bell Ringer

(5 minutes!)

  • What is your first response to this drawing?
  • Describe what you see in complete sentences.
  • Do you like this drawing? Why or why not.
pattern
Pattern
  • Principle of Art; Repeated elements to create a design or surface texture
tessellation
Tessellation
  • A type of pattern where each piece fits exactly into the next like a puzzle
m c escher
M.C. Escher
  • An artist who used optical illusions, “impossible spaces” and tessellations to create ‘mind bending’ imagery
  • 1898-1972
what will i do next
What will I do next?
  • Draw out and paint a modified color wheel on a square piece of paper
  • Create a “tessellation” pattern around your color wheel
  • Practice color transitions and value scales.
  • Use 2 color schemes together to paint the shapes around your color wheel
  • Time: approximately 2 weeks
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