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  1. Assemblage Art & Juxtaposition

  2. Assemblage Art From Trash to Treasure… AssemblageArt • an artistic process that consists of making three-dimensional or two-dimensional artistic compositions by putting together found objects

  3. Assemblage Art Examples

  4. Assemblage Artist- Bernard Pras The Scream (inspired by: Edvard Munch) Marilyn Monroe (inspired by: Andy Warhol) Bernard Pras • French Artist Bernard Pras was born in 1952. • He is known to ‘counterfeit’ old masters and other well-known images by using especially chosen objects from the trash. • Inspired by renowned painters such as Edvard Munch, Salvador Dali, and Japanese woodcut artist Hiroshige.

  5. Bernard Pras Anamorphosis- the process of creating art by stacking objects onto a canvas. Bernard Pras’ Hokusai Replication Mickey Mouse Cat woman

  6. A Closer Look

  7. Juxtaposition What is JUXTAPOSITION? placing things side-by-side, especially for comparison (ex. machine-made object or urban environment against organic elements of nature, in order to highlight different qualities) Méret Oppenheim 1936

  8. Juxtaposition Examples

  9. Combining Assemblage Art & Juxtaposition Bernard Pras, Marilyn Monroe Andy Warhol, Marilyn Monroe- 1967

  10. Examples:Assemblage Art &Juxtaposition Bernard Pras, Einstein Bernard Pras, The Scream Edvard Munch, The Scream

  11. More examples of Assemblage Art and Juxtaposition KatsushikaHokusai , The Great Wave at Kanagawa -1829 Bernard Pras’ Hokusai Replication

  12. Assemblage Art & Juxtaposition Project Getting Started… • Step 1: Find an image. Images: • a self-portrait, artist replication, or an image that is self-reflective • Step 2: Print your image & bring it to class. (Bring 2 copies) • Step 3: Bring in found/cast-off objects Examples of what to bring in: • buttons, machine parts, wire, toy parts, recycled plastic pieces, old jewelry, wood pieces, feathers, items found in nature, cardboard

  13. Examples of what NOT to bring in: • dead animals, broken glass, sharp objects (knives, nails, etc..) • Step 4: Get image approved. • Step 5: Draw a thumbnail sketch of your image. • Step 6: Map out the composition • break down image into simplified shapes • arrange found items to determine placement • choose colors needed