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POP CULTURE HOMAGE 7 th Grade Unit. 8 th Grade Unit. Sunday In The Park Georges Seurat. 8 th Grade Unit. What does it mean to pay Homage? Why do artists pay homage to other artists? Do we only homage to artist from way back in the past? . Art is everywhere. Art is everywhere.

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pop culture homage 7 th grade unit
POP CULTURE HOMAGE

7th Grade Unit

8th Grade Unit

sunday in the park georges seurat
Sunday In The Park

Georges Seurat

8th Grade Unit

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What does it mean to pay Homage?Why do artists pay homage to other artists?Do we only homage to artist from way back in the past?

lesson 1 art history research

You are going to make your own pop culture homage to a famous painting.

  • Find a famous painting that you like.
  • Before you even read what it is about, try to interpret it for yourself.

Lesson 1: Art History Research

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Questions to ask yourself when interpreting:

  • What title would you give to this painting? What made you decide on that title?
  • What do you think is going on in this picture? How did you arrive at that idea?
  • What do you think this painting is about? How did you come up that idea?
  • Pretend you are inside this painting. What does it feel like?
  • Why do you suppose the artist made this painting? What makes you think that?

Lesson 1: Art History Research

guernica by pablo picasso

 It was created in response to the bombing of Guernica, a Basque Country village in northern Spain, by German and Italian warplanes at the order of the Spanish Nationalist forces on 26 April 1937 during the Spanish Civil War.

  • Guernica shows the tragedies of war and the suffering it inflicts upon individuals, particularly innocent civilians. This work has gained a monumental status, becoming a perpetual reminder of the tragedies of war, an anti-war symbol, and an embodiment of peace.

Guernica by Pablo Picasso

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You are going to make your own pop culture homage to a famous painting.

  • Write down on a sheet of lined paper:
  • The name of the artist
  • The period the artist worked in (impressionist, renaissance, etc)
  • The media that the artist used (acrylic paint, oil paint, sculpture, etc)
  • A brief description of the painting or artwork

Lesson 1: Art History Research

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This week you will also begin doing sketches of the character/s that you would like to include in your pop culture homage.

  • Try to sketch them from different angles.

Lesson 1: Art History Research

lesson 2 pop culture homage pencil drawing

Think of a character/s that you would like to put into your painting.

You have two choices for this assignment:

A: Recreate the painting as it is and add your character/s to that painting in a way that makes sense with the original content.

B: Recreate the essence of the painting within the world of your character/s. (similar to the Simpson’s homage to M.C. Escher)

Lesson 2: Pop Culture Homage Pencil Drawing

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Lesson 3: Pop Culture Homage Painting

  • Yellow + Red = Orange
  • Yellow + Blue = Green
  • Blue + Red = Purple