SAMPLE LESSON - George Winters Paintings PURDUE TEAM Dr. Schaffer Dorina, Hannah, Jiyoung, Josh, June, Rob, Sensen
Instructional Objectives • Objective #1 Student understanding of the importance of expressive qualities in a work of art. • Objective #2: Student drawing expressively using a model while considering shape, proportion and pattern • Objective #3: Effective use of art medium carefully applied with minimal coverage in the style of a Winter oil painting. Color Complements for skin tones.
State Standard • Art 4.8.2 Identify and discriminate between types of shapes (geometric and organic), colors (primary, secondary, complementary, tints, and shades), lines (characteristics, quality), textures (tactile and visual), and space (placement, perspective, overlap, negative, positive, size), balance (symmetrical, asymmetrical, radial) and the use of proportion, rhythm, variety, redefinition, and movement in their work and the work of others.
Relative Principles • ABOUT THE LESSON’S THEME - Show George Winter’s paintings - Show George Winter’s portraits - explain what portrait is Magnifying glass Drag and Drop
Relative Principles • ABOUT THE TYPES OF PAINTINGS - Oil painting Searching engine / Glossary
Teacher’s Demonstration Sketchbook • Demonstrate how to draw a portrait teach the concept of proportion of a face e.g., where the eyes are on a face how wide a face is
Student’s Activities Sketchbook: choose the type of pen brush / paint (oil) Sketchbook: choose the etc button to rub • Have students do the activities • Teach how to thin down
Student’s Activities Palette • Teach how to fill the rest part with the use of complements colors the skin tones
More about Student Section • Story Creator • Thesaurus – Glossary • Gift Box – Other resources in the Museum (e.g., quilts, textiles, needleworks, ceramics)