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  • 1. Art History Teapot
    Ceramics II Final Project
  • 2. Your Final Challenge
    Over the last year you have learned a lot about ceramics. You will use this knowledge to create a final, functional teapot with handle, spout and lid.
    You teapot will be inspired by an artist or an art movement.
  • 3. Art Movements
    Tendency or style in art with a specific common philosophy or goal, followed by a group of artists during a restricted period of time, usually a number of years.
    You will use art movements and specific artists as inspiration for your teapot design.
  • 4. Research & Planning
    Use packet to organize research, thoughts and sketches.
    Submit a minimum of 15 pages of research, concept building with reference information, project development sketches, detailed color drawings, and process planning.
    Research should be very specific.
    Drawings should be highly detailed.  
    THIS PACKET IS DUE ON THURSDAY, MAY 5th
    YOU WILL MEET WITH ME DURING CLASS TO GO OVER IT.
    Ideas and research will be more detailed and a higher quality than what you have done on previous assignments.
    Take this seriously, but also have fun.
  • 5. What You Will Do
    Following is a list of art movements and artists to research and consider using as inspiration for your final teapot project. You must first research the characteristics of each of the art movements.
    Abstract Expressionism:
    • Wassily Kandinsky
    • 6. Willem de Kooning
    Pop Art:
    • Andy Warhol
    • 7. Roy Lichtenstein
    Impressionism:
    • Claude Monet
    • 8. Mary Cassatt
    • 9. Edgar Degas
    Post-Impressionism:
    • Vincent Van Gogh
    Fauvism:
    • Franz Marc
    • 10. Henri Matisse
    Cubism:
    • Pablo Picasso
    • 11. Georges Braque
    • 12. Paul Cezanne
    Surrealism:
    • Salvador Dali
    • 13. Marc Chagall
    • 14. Rene Magritte
  • What You Will Do
    Find 2 images of artwork by each artist listed, print them and attach them in the research packet. You will need to include the title of the work and the date it was created for each.
    van Gogh, Starry Night Over the Rhone, 1888
    van Gogh, Starry Night, 1889
  • 15. What You Will Do
    Based on your research, choose 3 artists you find inspiration from for your final piece. It may be from their overall style or from a specific painting.
    Brainstorm and sketch teapot ideas that illustrate the inspiration gained.
    You may use any one or combination of the building methods covered in this course.
  • 16. What You Will DO
    Create 3 final detailed, color drawings of your best teapot idea.
    Plan the processes and steps necessary.
    Think about the glaze before you make the teapot!
    Make sure the materials and processes you desire are available and possible.
  • 17. Functional Things To Think About
    Placement and function of the handle
    Placement and angle of spout
    Pouring holes – teapot must hold liquid and pour from one section to the next via a spout
    Long flange on the lid to keep it from coming off while pouring
    Using calipers to measure opening for the lid to ensure a good fit (especially if throwing the lid)
  • 18. Important Things To Know
    This 2-part Final “Exam” Project is worth 20% of your overall grade for this course.
    Part 1 – Research Packet is worth 53 points and 50% of final “exam” grade.
    Part 2 – Final Teapot is worth 40 points and 50% of final “exam” grade.
  • 19. More Important Things To Know
    You will be required to conference with me on project idea and progress.
    You will be required to solve problems on your own.
    This project is as a final exam – ideas and work should be original, no part can be turned in late, no make-ups, re-dos, or additional time and materials provided.
    If any portion of project is not submitted by the due date, it will be calculated as a ZERO grade.
  • 20. Project Due Dates
    Research Packet: Thursday, May 5th
    Revised Research Packet: Monday, May 9th
    Last Bisque Fire Date: Thursday, May 26th
    Last Glaze Fire Date: Thursday, June 9th
    Final Project Critique: Thursday, June 13th
    Keep in mind you need to bisque fire and glaze fire your teapot…and consider the type of glazing necessary and how long it will take between bisque fire and ready to glaze fire. Your dates above may be different depending on your techniques.
  • 21. Questions?
  • 22. Teapots
    Inspired By Art History
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    Artist Inspired Teapots
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  • 74. Blank Slate
    Start Designing!!!