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  1. Sculpture, Assemblage, and Relief Objective: You will analyze and describe artworks in order to define and apply the ideas of assemblage and formalism to your abstract non-objective artworks. DRILL: Get a yellow Final Exam Review sheet. • Define these 5 terms: • Assemblage- • Sculpture- • Formalism- • Non-Objective- • Abstract- • List objects that you could bring in that would make a cool assemblage artwork.

  2. Supplies to Bring in on Tuesday: • Puzzle pieces • Jewelry • Pendants • Old watches • Broaches • Toys • Fake birds • Fake flowers • Dice • Toy cars • Pins • Toothpicks • Popsicle sticks • Wire • Netting • Cereal boxes • Screws • Nails • Junk • Thimbles • Tags • 3D textures • SPRAY PAINT(5pts) • Keys • Shells • Beads • Buttons • Sequens • Caps • Plastic bottle caps • Metal pop tops • String/ yarn

  3. Joseph Cornell was one of the pioneers of assemblage, and remains one of the most influential artists for this type of art.

  4. Assemblage is an artwork made of other objects.

  5. Sculpture Sculpture is 3-dimensional. It has form. Height, length, and width.

  6. Free-standing sculpture can be viewed from 360 degrees- all angles.

  7. Assemblage – making art out of objects (junk art) • Constructed from parts of other objects.

  8. Lynne Parks was born and raised in Northern Virginia, she now resides in Baltimore, MD

  9. Louise Nevelson • Her work is made of “crates” of wood grouped together to make a large unified work that could be called “assemblages,” often in shallow-relief, which were painted over in a single color.  She used everyday discarded things others had thrown away.  This started when, during the Second World War, art supplies were scarcely available, so she turned to whatever was around her—vegetable boxes, cartons, canisters.

  10. Painted one color.

  11. Think about repetition, variety, and balance.

  12. Non-objective • Not concerned with representational imagery.

  13. Abstract • Not concerned with realistic representation.

  14. Assemblage- constructed from parts of other objects.

  15. Arrange objects. Glue down. Spray paint.

  16. Turn strips on their side:

  17. Directions: • Get cardboard base. • Write name on back. • Get some objects. • Arrange them. Think about repetition, variety, and balance. • Glue them down to cardboard with hot glue.

  18. Supplies to Bring in on Tuesday: • Puzzle pieces • Jewelry • Pendants • Old watches • Broaches • Toys • Fake birds • Fake flowers • Dice • Toy cars • Pins • Toothpicks • Popsicle sticks • Wire • Netting • Cereal boxes • Screws • Nails • Junk • Thimbles • Tags • 3D textures • SPRAY PAINT(5pts) • Keys • Shells • Beads • Buttons • Sequens • Caps • Plastic bottle caps • Metal pop tops • String/ yarn

  19. What is assemblage? • What is abstract? • What is non-objective? • What is sculpture? • What is formalism?

  20. Andrea Huppert ~ Diaromas

  21. Today’s Goal: • What objects will you use? • How will you make it surreal? • How will you make it sculptural?