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Culminating Project . “ Friends of Mercyhurst ”. Amanda Pike Jordan Muller . DAY. day. Day. Night . Night. night. Observing . See Touch Hear Smell. Observing…. Sun. SEE. Contrast. Texture. Colors. Lines. Bright. Materials. Shapes. Vibrant .

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culminating project

Culminating Project

“Friends of Mercyhurst”

Amanda Pike

Jordan Muller

observing
Observing
  • See
  • Touch
  • Hear
  • Smell
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Sun

SEE

Contrast

Texture

Colors

Lines

Bright

Materials

Shapes

Vibrant

Empty Space

Dull Night

Fluidity

touch
TOUCH

Textures

Wood

Canvas

Materials

Bumps

Paint

Grooves

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HEAR

Trees Swaying

Wind

Talking

Conversations

People Walking

Chirping

Water Flowing

Leaves Crumpling

smell

Dirt

SMELL

Water

Fresh Air

Flowers

Lavender

Coffee

Grass

Plants

Trees

Musty

questions
Questions
  • What materials were used to make this?
  • What inspired these pieces of art?
  • Why these colors?
  • How big are they?
  • Who made them?
  • What is the story behind them?
  • When were they made?
  • How long did they take to be created?
  • What did the artist see when they made them?
mind map
Mind map

Inquiry

Friends of Mercyhurst Art Exhibit

Observations

Personal Connections

Curricular Connections

Thoughts

Feelings

Avalon

Experiences

Erie Art Museum

historical context
Historical context
  • This collection contains more than 95 pieces total.
  • The theme is called give thanks.
  • It’s a visual depiction of all we have to be thankful for; the beauty of nature, freedom, humor, and angels watching over us.
  • This event began in 2006.
  • The exhibit showcases a wide spectrum of works, that include sculptures, paintings, ceramics, 3-D art, photography and much more.
personal curricular connections
Personal/curricular connections
  • We use old main as a hallway used to get from one place to another.
  • We see the displays of art work every time we pass by them in the hall.
  • We think of stories for each painting.
  • Old main is where are classes are held.
  • They remind us of how important art is in our everyday lives.
  • In history we hear about art and how it started long ago in many different cultures.
  • In Math we can see length by measuring and circumference of the circle.
possible lines of inquiry
Possible Lines of inquiry
  • How this exhibit has grown since its start in 2006. Paintings, photographs, sculptures, and much more have been added through the years.
experiential activity
Experiential Activity
  • Art
    • Make your own abstract painting
    • Mix different colors
  • Math
    • Calculate the height and width of the painting
    • Create word problems incorporating paintings and sculptures
  • Science
    • The ingredients in paint
    • Identify different types of canvas under a microscope
  • History
    • Research abstract paintings from various collections
references
References
  • www.mercyhurst.edu/news/news-releases/article/?article_id=13
  • www.mercyhurstaestheticed.wikispaces.com