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Things to Get: Your notebook! D ue today- principle drawing activity ! Things To Do: Opener: Principles of Art Class work: Notes: Styles of Art Art Mobile Art Viewing Guide Closure: Identification of Styles. Principle Opener. Complete the assignment on pg. 32 in your notebook.

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Things to get your notebook d ue today principle drawing activity things to do

  • Things to Get:

    • Your notebook!

  • Due today- principle drawing activity!

  • Things To Do:

    • Opener: Principles of Art

    • Class work:

      • Notes:

        • Styles of Art

        • Art Mobile

        • Art Viewing Guide

    • Closure: Identification of Styles


Principle opener

Principle Opener

  • Complete the assignment on pg. 32 in your notebook.


What are the styles of art complete the chart on pg 31 in your notebook

What are the styles of art?Complete the chart on pg. 31 in your notebook

Abstract: 20th century art containing shapes that simplify shapes of real objects to emphasize form instead of subject matter

Realistic: images are shown exactly as they appear

Still life: painting or drawing of inanimate (nonmoving) objects

Portrait:image of a person, especially of the face or upper body

Landscape: painting or drawing in which natural land scenery, such as mountains, trees, rivers, or lakes, is the main feature.


Which style of art does this image represent

Which style of art does this image represent?

Abstract

Number 3, Tiger by Pollock

http://www.artst.org/albums/abstract-expressionism/pollock/Number%203%2C%20Tiger%201949.jpg


Which style of art does this image represent1

Which style of art does this image represent?

Portrait

Charles V at Muhlberg

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d5/Tizian_082.jpg


Which style of art does this image represent2

Which style of art does this image represent?

Realism

Max Schmitt in a Single Scull by Eakins

http://www.dl.ket.org/webmuseum/wm/paint/auth/eakins/scull.jpg


Which style of art does this image represent3

Which style of art does this image represent?

Still

Life

______________ With Peaches by Paul Cézanne

http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/cezanne/sl/still-life/cezanne.still-life.jpg


Which style of art does this image represent4

Which style of art does this image represent?

Landscape

The Hay Wain by John Constable

http://cch.ycdsb.ca/departments/cch_english/07D537C2-0119EDCC.4/constable-haywain.jpg


Assignment styles of art mobile

Assignment-Styles of Art Mobile


Assignment styles of art mobile1

Assignment-Styles of Art Mobile

  • Overview:

    • A mobile is a type of moving sculpture that consists of a number of rods, from which weighted objects or further rods hang.

  • Objective:

    • Demonstrate your knowledge of the styles of art by creating a “Styles of Art Mobile”

  • Directions:

    • Groups of 4

    • Strand directions:

      • One mobile strand per style of art

      • Each person is responsible for creating at least 1strands

        • (one person is responsible for designing the mobile)

      • Each strand must have a title identifying the style of art

        • Use a notecard

      • Each strand must RESTATE the definition of the style of art in your own words!

        • Use a notecard

      • Each strand must have oneimages that illustrate the style


Today you will learn about the infamous

Today you will learn about the infamous…

Art Viewing Guide

Turn to page 33 in your notebook


How to do an

How to Do an…

Find in caption

Physical:where it is, surrounding (more important for sculpture)

Cultural Context: story behind the work, purpose, etc.

List what is in the picture

Draw image

Identify: tell what you’re talking about and where it is

Describe: tell how it is used

Explain: tell what affect that has on the viewer or why you think the artist did it that way

Do “Identify, Describe, Explain” for each element or principle

Choose ONEthing to talk about on each element or principle, but go into detail using “Identify, Describe, Explain” technique.

THIS WHOLE PAGE SHOULD BE COVERED WITH WRITING WHEN YOU ARE DONE.


Exit slip

Exit Slip

  • On the following slide, you will identify the style of five images.

  • On the back of page 32, you answers will need to look like this:

    • 1) The Arnolfini Portrait: portrait


Things to get your notebook d ue today principle drawing activity things to do

Answer on back of page 32, What are the styles of art?Write the number, title, and type of art each image is:

1) Composition with Red, Yellow, and Blue by Mondrian

http://www.classic-design24.com/shop/de/media/images/composition_with_red_blue_y_thb.jpg

2) The Mona Lisa by DaVinci

http://www.artnewsblog.com/famous-paintings/mona-lisa/mona-lisa-painting.jpg

3) The Gross Clinic- Eakins

http://www.jefferson.edu/eakins/images/full_gross.jpg

4) “… With Fruit and Lobster

http://images.artnet.com/artwork_images_151176_75363_laurens-craen.jpg

5) The Cornfield by Constable http://www.teachersparadise.com/ency/en/media/8/86/constable_cornfield_600pix.jpg


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