Research<br />RELIC<br />Definition<br />Examples<br />Artist Reference<br />Students work<br />Make notes and ask questio...
What is a relic?<br />An object , custom  etc, that has survived from the past. A souvenir, ruins or remains – industrial ...
RELICS<br />RELICS<br />The deadly tsunami could have uncovered the remains of an ancient port city off the coast in south...
Interesting relics from the Ardennes. WW1 battlefields<br />
A Relic? <br />Scorched Jimi Hendrix Fender Stratocastor guitar sells for £280,000 <br />
Relics [Original recording remastered] <br />~ Pink Floyd (Artist) <br />
The Shroud of Turin (or the Holy Shroud) is an old linen cloth bearing the image of a man who appears to have been physica...
Peter Blake – Childhood- Collage. Look at his Museum series. Narrative? Ideas- collage, digital imaging. <br />
Keith Bates. Museum of the City. The Manchester Bomb<br /> Could you use these examples to inform your ideas?<br />
British artist Chris Dury. Uses found materials both natural and man made.<br />Collect examples of natural materials such...
Louise Nevelson<br />
Bone and wood caste in plaster – starting point for a drawing?<br />
SO WHERE NEXT ?<br />Use what you have seen to inform and plan your ideas and practice<br />Research the work of contempor...
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  1. 1. Research<br />RELIC<br />Definition<br />Examples<br />Artist Reference<br />Students work<br />Make notes and ask questions<br />
  2. 2. What is a relic?<br />An object , custom etc, that has survived from the past. A souvenir, ruins or remains – industrial or architectural<br />A relic is either part of the physical remains of a holy person after his or her death, or an object which has been in contact with his or her body. The most important relic is that of the Cross of Jesus Christ, which is traditionally held to have been discovered by St. Helena during her famous pilgrimage to the Holy Land in 326. <br />The veneration of relics is found in many religions and is rooted in the natural human instinct to treat with reverence anything connected with those we love who have died. <br />
  3. 3. RELICS<br />RELICS<br />The deadly tsunami could have uncovered the remains of an ancient port city off the coast in southern India. <br />
  4. 4. Interesting relics from the Ardennes. WW1 battlefields<br />
  5. 5. A Relic? <br />Scorched Jimi Hendrix Fender Stratocastor guitar sells for £280,000 <br />
  6. 6. Relics [Original recording remastered] <br />~ Pink Floyd (Artist) <br />
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  8. 8. The Shroud of Turin (or the Holy Shroud) is an old linen cloth bearing the image of a man who appears to have been physically traumatized in a manner consistent with crucifixion. It is now kept in the royal chapel of the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Turin, Italy. It is believed to be the cloth that covered Jesus of Nazareth when he was placed in his tomb and that his image was somehow recorded on its fibers at or near the time of his proclaimed resurrection. It is the subject of intense debate among some scientists, believers, historians and writers regarding where, when and how the shroud and its images were created.<br />Ideas Portrait . Media Quink Ink and bleach, Graphite and plastic eraser.<br />
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  10. 10. Peter Blake – Childhood- Collage. Look at his Museum series. Narrative? Ideas- collage, digital imaging. <br />
  11. 11. Keith Bates. Museum of the City. The Manchester Bomb<br /> Could you use these examples to inform your ideas?<br />
  12. 12. British artist Chris Dury. Uses found materials both natural and man made.<br />Collect examples of natural materials such as twigs, stones and leaves. Could you bind them together using strips of words describing the feel, smell or colour?<br />
  13. 13. Louise Nevelson<br />
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  17. 17. Bone and wood caste in plaster – starting point for a drawing?<br />
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  20. 20. SO WHERE NEXT ?<br />Use what you have seen to inform and plan your ideas and practice<br />Research the work of contemporary artists Louise Nevelson, Joseph Cornell, Peter Blake and Chris Dury – ask your teacher for others<br />Will it be 3D or 2D.<br />Scale, one or a series of pieces.<br />Drawing? Painting? Mixed Media? Glass? Clay?<br />Consider constructing a container for a collection, laminating, sealing, sculpture from natural or manmade materials, wrapping and binding objects <br />GOOD LUCK<br />

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