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  1. Art Appropriation Introduction Hall High School Fall 2013 By: Ms. Lemrise

  2. Schedule for Today! • Introduction of new assignment • Slide Examples • Discussion of project expectations • Rubric/Worksheets • Answer Questions • How can I help you? • What questions do you have for me? • Library Research Time • YOU MUST BEGIN IN THE BOOKS! • After I approve you, you may move to a computer.

  3. A-pro-pre what???? • Define Appropriation…. • the action of taking something for one's own use, typically without the owner's permission. • Now in your own words…..

  4. How Does This Apply to us in Art? • Plagiarism?? • Tracing? ? • Copying? ?

  5. Welcome to the world of art Appropriation!

  6. Art Appropriation/ Art Parody • Define Parody…. • an imitation of the style of a particular writer, artist, or genre with deliberate exaggeration for comic effect. • Now in your own words please

  7. Title: Grande Jatte and Circus Author: Seurat

  8. Seurat's Grande Jatte and Circus

  9. Seurat's Grande Jatte and Circus

  10. Seurat's Grande Jatte and Circus

  11. For the Purposes of this assignment…… • Your final Art Appropriation orArt Parody,will need to make a statement about contemporary life. • Define Contemporary…… • Restate directions in your own words…….

  12. Title: The Mona Lisa By: Leonardo Di Vinci

  13. Title: The Mona Lisa By: Leonardo Di Vinci

  14. Title: The Mona Lisa By: Leonardo Di Vinci

  15. Title: The Mona Lisa By: Leonardo Di Vinci

  16. Title: The Mona Lisa By: Leonardo Di Vinci

  17. Title: The Mona Lisa By: Leonardo Di Vinci

  18. Title: The Mona Lisa By: Leonardo Di Vinci

  19. Title: Starry Night By: Vincent Van Gough

  20. Title: Starry Night By: Vincent Van Gough

  21. Title: Starry Night By: Vincent Van Gough

  22. Title: Starry Night By: Vincent Van Gough

  23. Title: Persistence of Memory Author: Salvador Dali

  24. Title: Persistence of Memory Author: Salvador Dali

  25. Title: The BridgeArtist: Claude Monet

  26. Title: The BridgeArtist: Claude Monet

  27. Title: The BridgeArtist: Claude Monet

  28. Title: The Girl With The Pearl Earring Artist: Vermeer

  29. Title: Hands of God and Adam Artist: Michelangelo

  30. Title: Red Blue and Yellow Artist: Modrian

  31. Title: Self Portrait Artist: Leonardo Da Vinci

  32. Title: The WalkArtist: Claude Monet

  33. Title: The WalkArtist: Claude Monet

  34. Title: The Kiss Artist: Gustavo Klimt

  35. Title: The Son of Man Artist: René Magritte

  36. Project Expectations…. • Select one Master Artist work of art that you will use and appropriate like the examples we just saw! • You will find out some key information about that artist and the work of art • Your final project will be a colored pencil drawing of the Master work of art with appropriation and or parody elements. • On the last day of this project we will conduct a formal class critique and you will present to the class your work of art

  37. How do I Get Started??? • Go to the library • GO TO BOOKS FIRST!!!!!!! • Look through art history books and find an artist or image you think you would like to use and or explore further • After you have discussed your choices and or interest with Mrs. Klopcic or Ms. Lemrise you may go to a computer and further your search. • Find a HIGH QUALITY image that you can print in color • You must get approval from Ms. Lemrise or Mrs. Klopcic before printing your image!

  38. Any Questions????