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  • Affandi was a south east asian artist   The title of this painting is Three Moods.   What are the different moods you can see portrayed in this painting.     Affandi used a method called action painting which we will be doing for today's activity.   Affandi didn’t use a brush when making this painting. Instead he squeezed paint from the tube directly onto the canvas. He also used his hands and arms.
  • Affandi was a south east asian artist   The title of this painting is Three Moods.   What are the different moods you can see portrayed in this painting.     Affandi used a method called action painting which we will be doing for today's activity.   Affandi didn’t use a brush when making this painting. Instead he squeezed paint from the tube directly onto the canvas. He also used his hands and arms.
  • Today's activity is inspired by Jackson Pollock.   We will be using his methond of action painting to create a painting that portrays our emotion.   Music will be played and as the music is playing you will mix at least 3 different colours accourding to what you fell when you listen to the music.   Marbles will be given to you.   The music will play again. As the music is playing, dip the marble into the paint and drop it in the box.   Than move the bax and the marble according to how the music makes you feel.   We will show you a video to give you an idea of what to do.
  • Today's activity is inspired by Jackson Pollock.   We will be using his methond of action painting to create a painting that portrays our emotion.   Music will be played and as the music is playing you will mix at least 3 different colours accourding to what you fell when you listen to the music.   Marbles will be given to you.   The music will play again. As the music is playing, dip the marble into the paint and drop it in the box.   Than move the bax and the marble according to how the music makes you feel.   We will show you a video to give you an idea of what to do.
  • Colour can help to portray or enhance a mood   We will also be looking at how some artist use colour with regards to emotion in their paintings
  • Suminagashi

    1. 1. Elements of Art and DesignColours
    2. 2. Ishihara Plate Colour Blindness Test Do you have dyschromatopsia?
    3. 3. When were colours discovered?Can you name the colours of the rainbow in the correct order?
    4. 4. International Cooperative Movement Flag (1921)Richard Of York Gained Battle In Vain
    5. 5. MIXING COLOURS PRIMARY SECONDARY1.2.3.
    6. 6. S P S P P S
    7. 7. Tertiary/Intermediate Colours P red-orange red-violet S Syellow-orange blue-violet P S P yellow-green blue-green
    8. 8. Analogous ColoursAny colours on the color wheel that are side by side and in harmony with one another are said to be analogous colors.
    9. 9. Colour Symbolism byCulture- Colour has such an impact on our perceptions that it can literally "colour" how we view something and our next action. In China this colour is used in many Warmth, excitement, energy, cultural ceremonies that range from passion, desire, power, love, weddings to funerals. strength, competition. Shame, fire, blood, bloodshed, In the western world the colour is danger, stop, speed, war, aggression. popular for Christmas and for Valentines Day Joy, happiness, optimism, idealism, This is a sacred colour for Hindus. imagination. Dishonesty, cowardice, betrayal, jealousy, covetousness, deceit, illness, hazardous. Interestingly this colour is associated Positive, peace, tranquility, stability, with soap in Colombia and as a harmony, unity, trust, confidence, protective colour in the Middle East. conservatism, security, cleanliness, order, loyalty, sky, water, cold, technology.
    10. 10. Suminagashi• literally means spilled or floating ink.• early 12th century art technique of Japanese marbling.• patterns imitate nature• used for calligraphy, book covers, gift cards, wrapping paper, fabric
    11. 11. A D a te G e n t e n E x h ib it io n , J u n e 2 0 0 2 inT o k y o M e t r o p o lit a n Art Mus e um
    12. 12. S p a c e Is la n d G e n t e n E x h ib it io n , J u n e 2 0 0 2 inT o k y o M e t r o p o lit a n Art Mus e um
    13. 13. Book Cover Calligraphy Wrapping Paper V a r io u s U s e o f S u m in a g a s h i D e s ig n
    14. 14. Activity Time !!
    15. 15. OBJECTIVE !!• Learn the history of paper marbling Gain appreciation for the art of paper marbling Explore color and design
    16. 16. Create Your Own Unique Suminagashi
    17. 17. INSTRUCTIONS1. Work together in a group of 43. Each group is equipped with a basin of water, palette of colour paints, toothpicks, brushes, rag, paper5. Take turn to create your Suminagashi7. Drip colour paint into basin of water9. Use toothpicks to create design on the colour paint11. Place paper over the paint13. Remove paper from basin, allow to dry
    18. 18. COLOUR Colour can be used to represent a mood or emotion. Create your own Suminagashi. A piece of art is not only about the end result or product, but it is also about the process.
    19. 19. What number do you see?

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