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    • Name: ________________________________________________ Block: _____________ Studio Art Dorofy/Duckworth/Gordon/Sanders Watercolor Landscape Painting WATERCOLOR: Paint made with a water-soluble binder such as gum arabic, and thinned with water rather than oil, giving a transparent color. Traditionally used in a light to dark manner, using the white of the paper to determine values. Watercolors are usually transparent, and appear luminous because the pigments are laid down in a relatively pure form with few fillers obscuring the pigment colors. LANDSCAPE: Art that depicts natural scenery such as mountains, valleys, trees, rivers, and forests, and especially art where the main subject is a wide view. TASK: For this project you will be creating a landscape painting that includes the Element of Art: Space – specifically focusing on creating depth by using foreground, middle ground and background. WHAT YOU WILL DO: 1. Learn about and practice watercolor techniques and processes. 2. Research and print landscape reference images. As you look, think about what type of landscape you want to create. Things to take into consideration… a) Differences in terrain, climate, vegetation, wildlife, etc. b) Is there any architecture? c) Is there a strong foreground, middle ground and background? 3. In your sketchbook, create 4 different compositional sketches and develop a color plan using your landscape images as reference. You should use more than one reference image when creating your new composition. 4. Once you have planned your composition and shared it with the teacher, then you may begin to work on the final paper, making sure that you draw VERY LIGHTLY with your pencil, just enough so that you can see your elements in the landscape! REMEMBER: dark pencil lines will show through on your watercolor. 5. When your drawing is on the final watercolor paper, then you may begin to apply watercolor using the techniques discussed and practiced in class. Make sure you are referencing your color planning as well as making use of test strips and other tools to help you while you apply color. 6. After you have applied all of the color to your landscape and it has dried, you may go in with colored pencils to add fine details if desired.
    • Watercolor Landscape Watercolor Painting Studio Art Dorofy/Duckworth/Gordon/Sanders Name: _____________________________________ Completion of Requirements (1 pt. each) ____ Multiple reference images printed/used ____ 4 composition sketches created in sketchbook ____ Color planned in sketchbook ____ Landscape drawn LIGHTLY on final Block: ______________________ Criterion below will be evaluated on this 12-point scale: 12. Exceeds Expectations 9-11. Meets All Expectations 6-8. Meets Most Expectations 1-5. Meets Few Expectations Composition/Application of Elements & Principles Does the design and arrangement of your landscape elements work together to create a cohesive whole landscape design? Is there emphasis on the appropriate areas? Does your eye flow effortlessly through the piece? Does your piece appear cluttered or empty? Have you used space and color effectively to create an interesting composition that includes depth? /12 Creative Problem Solving Did you take the scope of the assignment and bring new and interesting thoughts and visual imagery to it? Did you create interesting arrangements of landscape elements? Did you use your knowledge of color to create points of interest in your piece? /12 Application of Materials & Processes Is your watercolor landscape painting created using the techniques taught in class? Did you use the watercolor effectively to create a landscape that shows depth? /12 Craftsmanship Are there obvious signs of care and quality in the production and creation of your piece? Does your piece meet conventional standards of craftsmanship? Comments: /12 TOTAL: /52