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Integrated Art Lessons: A Classroom Resource for Teachers Presented by: Cameron Art Museum 3201 South 17 th Street Wilmington, North Carolina 28412 www.cameronartmuseum.com In cooperation with: The A+ Schools Program The University of North Carolina at Greensboro P. O. Box 26170

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Integrated Art Lessons:A Classroom Resource for Teachers

Presented by:

Cameron Art Museum

3201 South 17th Street

Wilmington, North Carolina 28412

www.cameronartmuseum.com

In cooperation with:

The A+ Schools Program

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

P. O. Box 26170

Greensboro, North Carolina 27402-6170

aplus-schools.uncg.edu

Funded by a grant from the Corning Foundation

Author: Martha Burdette

lesson four
Lesson Four

Integrated Concepts

  • Language Arts: author’s purpose, poetry, descriptive language, parts of speech, reality and fantasy, compare and contrast,
  • Social Studies: symbols, myth
  • Mathematics: symmetry, pattern
  • Visual Art: composition, shape, color, space, folk art
what do you see in this artwork look very carefully at all the details
What do you see in this artwork?Look very carefully at all the details.
  • What things are whole?
  • What things are only part of something else?
  • What things are made by combining parts?
  • How are things arranged? Is the arrangement like real life or is it more like a pattern or a design?
what is the artist saying in this work what is the main idea
What is the artist saying in this work?What is the main idea?
  • Is this image fact or fantasy?

Support your answer.

  • Does it tell a story (a narrative)?
  • Can you tell the setting of this artwork?
  • Who or what are the characters in this artwork? Are they ordinary people and animals?
  • Where else would we find these characters?
what do you notice about patterns shapes symmetry repetition and space
What do you notice about patterns, shapes, symmetry, repetition and space?
  • What shapes are repeated?
  • Is there a line of symmetry?
  • Is there a background?
  • What colors do you notice?
  • Is there a lot of space between the shapes or are they crowded?
what is the artist s purpose in making this work of art
What is the artist’s purpose in making this work of art?
  • Is she giving us information?
  • Is she entertaining the viewer?
  • Is she showing us how to do something?
  • What other purpose might she have?
take a few minutes and examine this image carefully pay attention to the details
Take a few minutes and examine this image carefully. Pay attention to the details.

What do you notice about:

  • Composition (the arrangement of the image)
  • Shapes
  • Individual images
  • Space
  • Realism and fantasy
now let s look at the two artworks together
Now, let’s look at the two artworks together.
  • What do you notice?
  • Compare and contrast:
    • Use of color
    • Kinds of shapes
    • Use of space
    • Composition (the way the image is arranged)
    • Scale (the relative size of objects)
is the artist s purpose the same in both artworks
Is the artist’s purpose the same in both artworks?
  • What message do you think the artist is sending with these artworks?
  • Can you predict how the artist feels about nature by looking at the natural images in her pictures?
  • Are these artworks more like stories or more like poems?
how could you write a poem about these images
How could you write a poem about these images?
  • What are some nouns you might use?
  • What verbs or action words would fit these images?
  • What adjectives or descriptive words might help you tell about these images?
  • What are some possible titles?
  • Could you make your poem into song lyrics?
how do you think these pictures were made
How do you think these pictures were made?
  • What materials were used?
    • Paint, crayon, colored pencils?
    • Paper, canvas, wood?
  • How large do they seem?
  • How long do you think it took the artist to create each one?
    • Do you imagine the artist finishing them all at once or working over many days?
  • Would you like to try making an artwork like these?
information about the art and the artist
Information about the art and the artist.

Title: Untitled (Face Surrounded by Angels, Birds and White Winged Creature)

Artist: Minnie Evans (American, 1892 -1987)

Medium: Graphite, wax crayon, and gold oil paint on paper

Date: 1966

Comments: Minnie Evans is a self-taught artist who lived in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Title: Untitled (Three Faces in Floral Design)

Artist: Minnie Evans (American 1892 -1987)

Medium: Graphite, wax crayon, oil paint, collage on canvas board

Date: 1967

Comments: Minnie Evans created many of her artworks while working as a gatekeeper at Airlie Gardens in Wilmington, North Carolina.