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    • DRAWING BREADTHExamples from the AP Board for 2009-2011
    • GREGORY ALMONDS –NEW WORLD SCHOOL OF THE ARTS. MIAMI, FL
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    • GREGORY’S SCORE: 6 – DRGregory’s media and sizes of Breadth AP Score Rationale• 1. 70 x 50 charcoal
2. 12 x 12 linocut • The work exhibits obvious evidence of informed decision making that involves highly successful reduction
3. 12 x 12 paper
4. 48 x 40 experimentation and courageous risk taking in most acrylic
5. 10 x 15 drypoint
6. 26 x 19 pieces. charcoal
7. 12 x 12 linoleum print
8. • The work as a whole is confident and evocative; it engages the viewer with visual verve, resulting in a 33 x 24 charcoal
9. 6 x 6 etching
10. successful balance of form and content, particularly 48 x 70 acrylic
11. 14 x 22 as seen in the narrative of image 1. charcoal
12. 24 x 48 charcoal • The technical competence of the work is consistently excellent; materials and media are used effectively to convey ideas. For example, subtractive marks create movement and space in image 6; hatching is built up to create volumetric form in image 12; flat color shapes with effective contour edges show a sense of light in the linocut of image 2. • Overall the work is of excellent breadth and quality.
    • CLIFTON GREEN –DOUGLAS ANDERSON SCHOOL OF THE ARTS. JACKSONVILLE, FL
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    • CLIFTON’S SCORE: 6 – DRClifton’s Media and Sizes AP Score Rationale1. 24" x 32" acrylic
2. 18" x 30" colored • This portfolio shows a command of drawing vocabulary, from surface manipulation to mark-makingpencil
3. 16" x 20" acrylic
4. 12" x 18" to active engagement with line.graphite
5. 15" x 22" ink
6. 10" x 15" • Within the genre of portraiture, the studentink
7. 10" x 15" graphite
8. 18" x 24" demonstrates a confident articulation of form and expression.ink
9. 18" x 24" acrylic
10. 18" x 24" • Color choices support the strong impact of the work.acrylic
11. 18" x 24" marker
12. 21" x 23"ink, marker • The work shows a mastery of observational drawing, moving beyond simple rendering, orchestrating emphasis and movement with line quality and value patterns. • The compositional decisions vary from piece to piece but are distinguished by a respect for the frame of the format. • This portfolio demonstrates excellent artistic decision making.
    • SEUNGEUN LEE–ALBERT EINSTEIN HIGH SCHOOL. KENSINGTON, MD
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    • SEUNGEUN’S SCORE: 6Nathan’s Media and Sizes AP Score Rationale1. 9 x 6 acrylic
2. 16 x 20 mixed media
3. • With compositions that go beyond formulaic solutions, this work shows investigation of drawing concepts with16 x 20 pencil
4. 17.5 x 23.5 Conte
5. 17 a broad collection of subjects and materials.x 14 acrylic
6. 9.5 x 8.5 colored pencil
7. • Images 1 and 5 display similar complementary color22 x 17 pastel
8. 6.5 x 8.5 pencil
9. 16 x schemes, executed in the same medium, but the student takes risks by varying formats and approaches10.5 pencil, chalk
10. 15 x 26 crayon
11. to demonstrate breadth.32 x 20 pencil
12. 36 x 24 acrylic • In this broad range of excellent drawing compositions, the student engages the viewer through confident and evocative images. Traditional drawing media are used in imaginative narratives in images 3, 11 and 12. Common objects are rendered with nuance and subtlety in image 8. • Informed decision making facilitates the expression of ideas through the excellent use of materials. • Overall the work demonstrates excellent breadth and quality.