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Prehistoric Art Movement history and Hands On Prehistoric Art activity

Prehistoric Art Movement history and Hands On Prehistoric Art activity

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    • This is a painting – is it functional; formalistic; expressionistic or realistic and why??
      Art Rx – 10/5 AC 10/6 BD
    • Unit 2: Prehistoric to Medieval Art
      What do we know about the Prehistoric time period?
    • How did it all start?
      Art began over 27,000 years ago
      As humans became smarter their imagination and ability to create art increased
      Art from Prehistoric to Medieval times is not a progression from simple to complex. It is a time of many varied art forms from different cultures and time periods
    • Prehistoric Art: 25,000 to 2500 B.C.E
      People live in caves
      Survive by hunting and gathering
      No organized government or religion
      Gradually evolve into learning how to use tools to make things
      Art is made for practical purposes to help with hunt or please natural forces
    • Prehistoric Art: 25,000 to 2500 B.C.Ehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNP6XRLbYWo
      SCULPTURE: Bone, ivory and stone figurines
      Made figures to please natural forces like wind, animals and storms
      Ex: Venus of Willendorf, Europe, 25,000 B.C.E., Stone
    • Prehistoric Art: 25,000 to 2500 B.C.E
      ARCHITECTURE: massive, upright, stone structures
      Later cave people had learned how to farm and had more time to build permanent structures
      Ex: Stonehenge, England, 2000 B.C.E. Used as an astronomical calendar
    • Prehistoric Art: 25,000 to 2500 B.C.E
      PAINTING: Cave paintings of animals thought to guarantee a successful hunt
      Painted what they saw and images of everyday life
      Painted on cave walls with fingers and brushes made of sticks
      Used paint made of crushed rocks, berries and charcoal as outlines for the animals
      Ex: Lascaux Cave Painting, France, 15,000 B.C.E.
    • Cave of Lascaux, France,
      15,000 B.C.E.
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-09b6QOPibo
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzShXDxm2v8&feature=related
    • What is ‘Cave Art Style’? (write this in your sketchbook)
      Simple sketchy lines
      Crude looking
      Minimal detail
      Earth tones (browns, rusty
      reds, dark greens, grays)
      Dark, black outlines around figures
      Just enough to tell a
      story without words
    • In your sketchbook, draw a rhino in a cave art style.
      HANDS ON: Prehistoric Art
    • HANDS ON: Prehistoric Art
    • In your sketchbook, draw an elephant in a cave art style.
      HANDS ON: Prehistoric Art
    • Does it look like this?
      HANDS ON: Prehistoric Art
    • Humans in Cave Art
      WRITE THIS IN YOUR SKETCHBOOK AND DRAW ONE FROM THE PICTURE AT THE RIGHT
      Not stick figures
      Long upper bodies
      Long, thick legs
      Tiny heads
      Short arms
    • Humans in Cave Art
      Draw someone running in a cave art style
    • Humans in Cave Art
      Draw someone running in a cave art style
    • With the person at your table draw the process of doing something ‘modern’ in a cave-art style with at least 6 steps. Color with chalk or oil pastels on the paper provided to you.
      For example draw the process of buying groceries in a cave art style
      Drive to store Check items off list
      Pick a shopping cart Pay for groceries
      Look for groceries Put groceries in car
      HANDS ON: Prehistoric Art
    • What parts or things of your cave art story were difficult to draw?
      Why do you think it was hard to draw these?
      What connection do you think this has to why art has developed and changed over time?
      Cave Art Story Discussion
    • Remainder of Class
      Finish up your illuminated letter final copy – Sharpied, pencil erased and colored with crayon
      Finish rubric with comment
      Complete and colored accession certificate
      Expand your template #2 drawing onto your large portfolio grid.
      Color 6 of the boxes – spread them out – using crayons