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COLOUR THEORY. CONCEPTUAL ART. ABSTRACTION. Art Cooking: Frida Kahlo | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios. Art Cooking: Vincent Van Gogh | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios. Art Cooking: Georgia O'Keeffe | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios. Case Study AH XIAN. Case Study AI WEIWEI. ARCHIBALD PRIZE. Art Criticism. Art Historians. Making of LOVING VINCENT VAN GOGH film. VANITAS Still Life. Use This Flowchart to Help Your Students Write Authentic Artist Statements. Magazine / Use This Flowchart to Help Your Students Write Authentic Artist Statements Writing an artist statement can be a daunting task for middle school students.
More often than not, students become stuck on what to write, feeling like they might say something “dumb.” Or, sometimes they just may have trouble articulating their thoughts. Many times, art teachers have a set of prompts for students to use to help direct the writing process. This can be an effective way to get students to reflect on specific objectives and goals, but it can also produce forced one or two-word reactions. Yes. Download Now A flowchart allows students to organize and pace their writing yet keeps plenty of room for personalized responses. Start your outline with the base of formal analysis (Describe, Analyze, Intent and Judge) but personalize the terms with questions that relate to your art room. As students write, consider posting art vocabulary words for them to incorporate into their statements. The Best Dressed Art Teacher You've Ever Seen! No, this isn’t an article about the latest in fashion trends, but it IS about clothing AND art education- Go figure!
When I stumbled upon Cassie Stephen’s blog, I KNEW you would all love her creative, art-inspired outfits she wears in the classroom as much as I did. You see, this year in her art room, Cassie has a goal to create (yes, from scratch) a famous painting themed outfit for herself for each of the monthly artists she teaches. She is no stranger to creating fun and thematic outfits for her classroom, as you can see below (notice the one with the LED lights on it – Amazing!) However, the idea for an outfit each month started with Hokuasi. So far this year Cassie has created an Andy Warhol – inspired Campbell’s soup dress and Jackson Pollack Splatter piece, along with her Great Wave dress. In response to her ‘untraditional approach’ Cassie says: “One of the biggest things I like to stress in my art room is that each of the children is an artist and as such they are all unique. #98 Finally....something different. Oil painting a coastal scene. Influence of Photography on Impressionism - Video & Lesson Transcript.
Chapter 21- Living With Art. Art History Timeline A study guide produced by Higher & Intermediate 2 Art & Design students for ‘at a glance’ information on all the major. The Painting Life of Vincent van Gogh - ENGLISH HD. Abstract Painting / Abstract Figurative Painting in Acrylics / Demonstration. American Beauty: Georgia O'Keeffe's 'Horse's skull with pink rose' Georgia O'Keeffe a Life in Art. Fashion is fuel for innovation. Land Peel by Shin Yamashita – Creative Stuffs. Drawing Caricatures: How To Create A Caricature In 8 Steps.
Kids Explain Art to Experts: JJ (5) vs Douglas Coupland | Name That Art #NameThatArt. Kids Explain Art to Experts: Aaron (9) vs Johannes Vermeer | #NameThatArt. Top in the World: Stunning Self-Portraits by an A Level Art Student. What is Art? Teaching art or teaching to think like an artist? | Cindy Foley | TEDxColumbus. Why art is important | Katerina Gregos | TEDxGhent. Colour and the Sydney Moderns at the AGNSW | It's Crow Time. Colour Wheel by Roy de Maistre 1917-1919 Studio- 13 Eccleston St (post 1937) by Roy de Maistre Synchromy in orange 1919 by Roland Wakelin Study of a Head Self Portrait 1916 by Grace Cossington Smith I lived at Berowra 1941 by Margaret Preston These wonderful paintings are from the Sydney Moderns exhibition at the AGNSW which was particularly exciting considering we are just starting to redefine ideas about colour this week with Jude Hill in her online What-If Diaries.
Seeing these paintings and painters with fresh eyes, many of whom I hadn’t really looked at since the early art school days back in 1973. It’s always good to examine what we think we know especially after my foray into colour with An Illuminated Book of Cats. Geoform | Michel Bugaud. In my personal approach, I try to explore the creative process through the conscious conception of mathematical rules—and geometric ones are the easiest to handle—with and without the balancing of random factors. Doing so, I imagine a mathematical (geometric) construction rule, which is next programmed on the computer. In the second step, I influence the primary rule by introducing random factors, based on number generation.
To organize 2D space using mathematical rules, I start from a chosen primary structure (either as described by a mathematical law, or as a raw image); iteratively elementary forms will progress following self-programmed algorithms to fill the entire 2D space. As an image, this concept of work meets that of life where the initial life program (DNA) is modulated by environmental influence (as a random element). In my work, this approach can also be extended into 3D space (i.e., sculpture). contact & information more information about the artist www.michel-bugaud.odexpo.com. Robert Delaunay on Abstract Art Framed. Robert Delaunay’s gift to us is his bold use of colour. His paintings express a great love of what he sees as the rhythm of nature and the movement of colors. His work using coloured ‘simultaneous discs’ was influenced by the research of the 19th century chemist Eugene Chevreul who concluded that "Two adjacent colours, when seen by the eye, will appear as dissimilar as possible".
Delaunay’s work encourages us to see the world with fresh eyes, to notice the shape and colour of the world around us. It fills us with feelings of light and optimism. It calls us to embrace the world and our sense of place in it. Early Years Robert Delaunay was born into an aristocratic family in Paris, France in 1885. In 1909, Delaunay began to paint a series of studies of the city of Paris and the Eiffel Tower, works clearly influenced by Georges Braque and Paul Cezanne.
Development of a new style The Delaunays, along with their son, spent the duration of The First World War in Portugal. Later Years. Project ART-A-DAY: Lesson: Bad Hair Day (Line and Shape) A change in curriculum structure: You may have read about the way we structured our Art Survey course last year in my post about the Identity Sketchbook Cover. After looking at the pros and cons of this intense structure (1 Element of Art each week), I wanted to develop a less intense path. While I felt like my students really got to know the Elements really well last year, I just felt that it was a lot of work for both me and my students (which isn't a bad thing, necessarily). I also really wanted some more major pieces of art along the way (especially for the All-City Art Show, which we need to have artwork for by January). So, instead, we structured the curriculum to focus on a few Elements at a time, with the same idea of using the sketchbook for notes and exercises, and then applying those together into a piece of artwork.
Our first Elements of Art were Line and Shape. I also ran into ZENTANGLES! Then... they had a baby... and WA-LA! The best of both worlds... The Project: 1. 2. 3. The Visual Elements of Art. The Visual Elements - Pattern PAUL KLEE (1879-1940) Dream City, 1921 (warercolor and oil) Pattern is made by repeating or echoing the elements of an artwork to communicate a sense of balance, harmony, contrast, rhythm or movement. There are two basic types of pattern in art: Natural Pattern and Man-Made Pattern. Both natural and man-made patterns can be regular or irregular, organic or geometric, structural or decorative, positive or negative and repeating or random.
Natural Pattern: Pattern in art is often based on the inspiration we get from observing the natural patterns that occur in nature. Man-Made Pattern: Pattern in art is used for both structural and decorative purposes. Examples of the use of Pattern in Art Pattern Click here for our selection of great artworks that have been chosen because they all use pattern in an inspirational manner.
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Like this: Like Loading... Christo emballe le lac d'Iseo en Italie avec ses "Floating Piers" En plus de 50 ans, le plasticien Christo et son épouse Jeanne-Claude, décédée en 2009 mais qu'il associe toujours à ses projets, ont réalisé 22 oeuvres monumentales. Dernière folie en date : "les floating piers", des pontons flottants sur lesquels les visiteurs pourront littéralement marcher sur l'eau. L'œuvre, bientôt inaugurée, est accessible au public du 18 juin au 3 juillet sur le lac d'Iseo, dans le nord de l'Italie. Le choix du 20h propose un focus sur cet artiste hors-norme. Reportage : V. Gaget / M. Les floating piers de Christo emballent le lac d'Iseo Marcher sur l'eau en suspension Après avoir créé des forêts de parapluies, emballé le Reichstag, habillé Central Park de safran et emballé le Pont Neuf Christo, à 81 ans Vladimiroff Javacheff, d'origine bulgare et naturalisé américain, va finaliser son projet, imaginé en 1970 pour l'Argentine, sur le lac d'Iseo, dans le nord de l'Italie.
"Floating Piers" a coûté 10 millions d'euros. Christo sur ses "floating piers" Christo.
Australian Indigenous. Works by John Coburn. Catholic Education Office Sydney - Lily's love of landscape wins the prize. 2014 Clancy Prize winner Lily Platts was overwhelmed to discover her Year 12 signature HSC piece 'The Road Home' was also the winning artwork in this year's Religious Art competition, the Clancy Prize. The 18 year-old, who took out the top award last Friday in Sydney's Catholic schools' most prestigious annual Religious Art competition, paid tribute to the place where she found her inspiration. "I come from a small country town called Bombala on the Victorian border in southern NSW," said Lily. "The work pays homage to the natural environment in which I grew up. " Lily's oil painting on canvas is a sweep of her hometown's rolling pastoral landscape. "I live on a farm, where there is nobody for kilometers," she said. Lily, who graduated from St Scholastica's College Glebe, used a mix of paints and a pallet knife to recreate a textured painting of photographs of Bombala, which reflect her deep feelings for the landscape, and her love of its natural beauty.
The Clancy Prize 2014 winners. Cultural Institute.
HSC Visual Arts. Foerstel : creative + results » fashionably dressed animal portraits. When first encountering this body of photographs by Madrid-based advertising and industrial photographer Miguel Vallinas it’s easy to view it as a familiar “animals dressed as people” project. However, as you look closer you realize it’s a bit more than the usual. Aside from the solid retouching, lighting and overall execution, Vallinas took this anthropomorphic project a bit further and imagined what the fully-realized wardrobe of each animal might look like if it were wearing human clothes. This project, titled Segundas Pieles (Second Skins), is an ongoing series that includes some 50+ animals whose personalities seem to be perfectly amplified by their pitch-perfect attire, making the portraits more like human nature facing your inner animal. We’re pretty sure the hipster bird in the cardigan works at a coffee shop in downtown Boise.
[via Colossal] « back to culture Tags: animals, anthropomorphic, art, birds, clothing, daily inspiration, Fashion, photography, portraits. Moving Illusions. Art Chat | Interviews, news and articles related to ART! | Page 2. Leah Anketell’s paintings originate with childhood visions; the Australian outback culture is a strong influence with the bovine often featured. Recently chosen as the winner of the People’s Choice award at the 2014 Byron Arts Classic, Leah’s new series of paintings also features dogs and their relationship to nature.
AC: What inspires you? LA: As a product of my environment, I reflect on local surroundings and aim to capture a quirky side of nature that moves me and my audience to view creation in a different light. Whatever impacts on my life, also impacts my work. Economy, society, religion and family are some of these. I observe and study each of my subjects at length. My aim is to find in each subject a certain side of their personality which is not always obvious in a life setting and of which I personally relate to. AC: Describe your art in a sentence. LA: The emotions my animals convey ties humans to them, and obliterates our differences. AC: What can’t you live without? LA: Cooking. 20 Art Masterpieces Turned Into Selfies. 10 Things You Should Know About Mark Rothko. Individual experience is key Rothko strongly believed in the importance of individual, personal experience in relation to his paintings.
In his vision, the viewer would be drawn into a deep, quasi-religious relationship when faced with the canvas, a state of emotional vulnerability and total receptiveness, analogous to Rothko’s own emotional state as he painted the canvas in his studio.The Gemeentemuseum has put this conviction into practice ingeniously, hanging several paintings individually inside small, private alcoves that allow for quiet contemplation, and create microcosms of personal experience. The master of colour ‘[wasn’t] interested in colour’ Since his untimely death, Rothko’s pioneering of the Color Field movement has been described by many critics as indisputable, and groundbreaking. Yet to the painter himself, colour was but a vehicle towards an emotional reaction evoked in the viewer, striped of any aesthetic or decorative undercurrent. Rothko’s early works are figurative. Danita Art: Reflections at the end of the year. Visual Arts - Board of Studies Teaching and Educational Standards NSW. Syllabus 2010 HSC and beyond Visual Arts Syllabus (content unchanged) Updated August 2013 Also available in Word format Assessment and examination materials 2010 HSC and beyond Assessment and reporting in Visual Arts Published March 2014 Visual Arts – frequently asked questions Published March 2013 Visual Arts – Room set-up for itinerant marking Published February 2014 Visual Arts – sample assessment schedule Published 31 August 2009 Information regarding the 2010 HSC examination in Visual Arts Updated 23 November 2009 Visual Arts – Summary of HSC examination specifications and assessment requirements Published 16 February 2009 Visual Arts – HSC examination rubrics Published 18 March 2010 HSC Performances and Submitted Works – Advice to Schools Regarding Content (PDF) Visual Arts specimen HSC examination resources (PDF)Visual Arts – performance band descriptions Resource list: Support document (PDF, 73 pages, 409 KB) Word format (73 pages, 680 KB) Annotated bibliography (PDF, 12 pages, 64 KB)
Everyday life like a dog to a Bowen - Arts - www.theage.com.au. Dean Bowen "Bird with Stick Insects", Art House Gallery | Art Network Australia. フィンセント・ファン・ゴッホ - Google Cultural Institute. The Power of Words.
Seurat - Private life of a Masterpiece (BBC Documentary) Fauvism Movement. "If the trees look yellow to the artist then painted a bright yellow they must be. " Synopsis Fauvism was the first twentieth-century movement in modern art. Inspired by the examples of van Gogh, Gauguin, Seurat, and Cézanne, it grew out of a loosely allied group of French painters with shared interests. Henri Matisse was eventually recognized as the leader of Les Fauves, or "The Wild Beasts," and like the group, he emphasized the use of intense color as a vehicle for describing light and space, as well as for communicating the artist's emotional state. In these regards, Fauvism proved to be an important precursor to Cubism and Expressionism, respectively, and an inspiration for future modes of abstraction.
Key Ideas Fauvism never developed into a coherent movement in the manner of Impressionism or Surrealism, but instead grew from the work of several acquaintances who shared common enthusiasms. Beginnings Henri Matisse Develops His Style Concepts and Styles Color Structure Fauvism and Cubism. The Secret of Drawing - Storylines (BBC Documentary) The Style File: Random Slideshow. The Impressionists with Tim Marlow. Great Artists with Tim Marlow.
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