In still life day 3 - still life

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  • Introduce yourself and SIFE.
    welcome students to day 2,


  • Welcome back to the InStill Life project.
    Last week we were looking at food.


  • “henri mattise” was a painter who lived in france about one hundred years ago. he is known for his beautiful use of colour, and his flowing images.

    look at the tablecloth, the chairs, the bowl, the fruit
  • Cezanne was another french painter, who also lived at teh turn of the century


  • Today,
    “sometimes still lifes are packed with lots of objects and lots of colors...



    http://riveroflifelisajoy.wordpress.com/category/art/


  • “and sometimes they can be very simple, like this orange and a knife”
    -
    ( explain the light source, shadows, differeances in light and colour)




    Jefferey Hayes
    "Fate"
    Oil on masonite, 6" x 8"

  • or a single lemon


    http://jeffhayesfinearts.blogspot.com/2007_03_01_archive.html
  • or some apples
    -notice shadows





    http://www.jenniferyoung.com/blog/category/still-life/
  • Breakfast,
    -here, there is no shadows but really interesting effects with the outlining, the different colours of the yolks, and the grains in the bread, and the strips in the bacon,



    http://artandcritique.com/vic-vicini-food-paintings/

  • as artists, you can choose what you want to have in your painting.
    just like the ones you saw up to now

    what the food is sitting on,
    tableloths,
    backgrounds,
    what angle we are looking at it.

    what food,
    how big it is, where it is positioned,
    what is around it,

  • arrange tables
    tablecloth
    food on table
    hand out pizza boxes
    sketch with chalk
    then begin painting


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