Child Art Day 2004 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

oshin
child art day 2004 l.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Child Art Day 2004 PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Child Art Day 2004

play fullscreen
1 / 15
Download Presentation
Child Art Day 2004
365 Views
Download Presentation

Child Art Day 2004

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Child Art Day 2004 Presented by: Spring 2004 Art 302 Students Dianne Turner, Instructor with Shannon Wright, Director of Annual Giving, CSUB

  2. Child Art Day 2004 • Begun in 2001 with Art 401 students teaching about six different renowned artists • Created to thanking children and grandchildren of patrons, faculty and staff of CSUB • Each child selects three of six workshops based upon artists and enjoys a family barbecue and culminating exhibit at the end of the day

  3. Artists featured for 2004 • Vincent Van Gogh • Marc Chagall • Georges Rouault • Rene Magritte • Kathe Kollwitz • Ed Ruscha

  4. You Got to Have Friends • Featured Van Gogh’s Sunflower paintings • Van Gogh painted brilliant sunflowers emphasizing the color yellow as a tribute to his friend Gauguin • Children created a textured oil pastel painting of sunflowers as a tribute to a friend

  5. VanGogh’s Workshop

  6. Queen and King for a Day • Children were introduced to the “The Old King” by Ruoault • The painting depicts Ruoualt’s vision of the weight of the world’s problems on an imaginary king’s shoulders • Rouault was a former stained glass artist who incorporated a stained glass look in his paintings • Children created a stained glass painting on plexi glass of either a queen or king

  7. Rouault’s workshop

  8. Painting on Cloud Nine • This workshop featured the wine bottle paintings of Rene Magritte • Magritte liked the shape of a wine bottle as a canvas • He also was fascinated with using clouds and silhouettes as part of his bottle series • Children painted daytime landscapes with cloudy skies for this workshop

  9. Magritte Workshop

  10. Beam me up Ed! • Ed Ruscha was inspired by the early Religious paintings that had a beam of light showing in the background • Ruscha worked as a commercial artist early in his career • He combined the idea of light, using his own pigments for paints, and graphic arts as the inspiration for his work • His work often involved using one word as the focus • Children created a picture focusing on one word and using graphic markers to create it

  11. Ruscha Workshop

  12. Printing from the Past • Artist Kathe Kollwitz was inspired by tragedies she witnessed from both World Wars I and II • First hand she saw mothers protecting children from the dangers of war • She used printing mostly in black and white as her medium • Children created a print of mother animals protecting their young from danger

  13. Kollwitz workshop

  14. Party Animals • Artist Marc Chagall painted fantasy animals dressed as humans • Chagall also painted “The Birthday” which depicted his beloved surprising him on his birthday • Children created a party animal celebrating a birthday showing friends, games and food

  15. Chagall Workshop