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  • 1. Lesson 2 Surrealism
  • 2. Surreal Character Objectives To use surrealism and the surreal Artists art works to influence your own surreal work. Outcomes To have participated in a group work activity. To have designed in a group a surreal character.
  • 3. More key words/ideas and facts Salvadore Dali Art movement odd Rene Magritte 1920’ s Juxtaposed irrationa l Un real Surrealis m unusual strange Unconscious mind Marcel Duchamp fantasy Dream like Andre Breton
  • 4. Look at these why are they considered to be surreal? In pairs discuss the images. Use what we have learnt so far about surrealism to explain why the images are considered surreal. Try to use some of the key words We learnt about last lesson.
  • 5. Magritte
  • 6. Work in pairs to design your own surreal character. Do not show each other what you are drawing in each section. Do draw a guide so the person after you knows where to begin their drawing. Make sure you use colour Designing a Surreal Character
  • 7. Class work Create an interesting tile page for your new project on Surrealism. Think about some of the images we have looked at Include a sentence to describe what surrealism is……. INCLUDE KEY WORDS
  • 8. Homework Complete the title page you have started in class, include , drawing, words and colour. Due: 17/1/14
  • 9. Plenary In your groups Describe your character to the rest of the class. Why is your
  • 10. Surrealism
  • 11. Key Words Juxtaposed Dali Magritte Artist response Surrealism Magritte and Dali Objectives To learn about the surrealist artists Dali and Magritte in more depth. Outcomes To have produced an image influenced by Magritte and Dali (Artist response) to later be added to your final Surreal room outcome.
  • 12. What you will learn today about these artists?
  • 13. Rene Magritte • • • Born: 1898 Died: 1967 Nationality: Belgian He was part of the surrealism art movement. • He is best known juxtaposition of ordinary objects. (placing objects together that would not normally be seen together.) he produced images which gave ordinary objects new translations • His images were designed to be thought provoking. This is seen in works such as ‘Ceci n’est pas une pipe’ Some of his works include ‘Son of Man’, ‘The talking room’ and Ceci n’est pas une pipe. • • Mother committed suicide when he was 14 years oldit is said that Magritte witnessed rescuers pulling his mothers body from the river, the fabric of her dress was covering her face. This vision haunted him and is seen in his works with faces covered with cloth.
  • 14. Rene Magritte
  • 15. Salvador Dali • • • • • • • • • Born: 1904 Died:1989 of heart failure Nationality: Spanish He was part of the surrealism art movement Dali is best known for his surrealism paintings, Photographs, films and sculptures. Some of his works include ‘Persistence of time’, ‘The metamorphosis of Narcissus’ and ‘Apparition of Face and Fruit Dish on a Beach’ His art works commonly contained images of armies of ants –which are said to represent death. They also contained images of melting soft clocks-which are said to represent the irrelevance of time in a dream like state. His parents told him that he was a reincarnation of his brother who died 9 months before he was born. He attended fine art school at the Academy of San Fernando, which he was expelled from after he claimed that no one at the school was fit to examine him. He tried to commit suicide numerous times after his wife died but was unsuccessful.
  • 16. Salvador Dali This image represents The story of Narcissus Who fell in love with his Own reflection
  • 17. What you will be doing today You will be creating your own surreal image influenced by Salvador Dali or Rene Magritte's images. You will need to use a whole page in your sketch book to do this.
  • 18. Examples This is not a Crunchie Bar
  • 19. Examples What ideas can you come up With?
  • 20. Home work Find a surreal image by the artist Rene Magritte. Make a copy of this image then write about the image and what you think it may represent. Stick a small copy of the image in your book and add the title Rene Magritte.
  • 21. SURREALISM COLLAGE Eduardo Recife
  • 22. JOHN STEZAKER:
  • 23. EDUARDO RECIFE: Eduardo Recife is an artist, illustrator, graphic designer, and typographer from Brazil. He is creator of Misprinted Type, a website featuring his personal works, collages, drawings, and typefaces
  • 24. Homework: (Due – Thursday) Draw 1 object you have at home but change /add or take something away from it to make it surreal ! e.g. a toothbrush with legs A bag with eyes A melting clock/watch Shade or colour !
  • 25. MAGRITTE EYE
  • 26. SURREALISTS EYES IN SHELLS
  • 27. SURREALIST EYE RELATING TO TIME
  • 28. Watercolour painting of a surrealist eye –You have previously been copying images of the surrealists looking at making them three dimensional using tone and contour lines. VIDEO DEMO
  • 29. CONTOUR LINES: LINES
  • 30. CONTOUR LINES: LINES Cross contour lines are drawn lines which travel, as the name suggests, across the form. Cross contours may be horizontal or vertical, as on the right side of the example, or both. Often, in more complex forms, cross-contours will be drawn at varying angles. In this rather lumpy example, the grid of cross-contours looks a bit like the gridlines on a globe
  • 31. Homework: (Due – Tuesday 26th ) CREATE A RESEARCH PAGE ON THE ARTIST SALVADOR DALI ON A DOUBLE PAGE OR A3 PAPER. INCLUDE: • A COLOURFULL TITLE • 5 FACTS • YOUR OPINION ON HIS WORK • 2 IMAGES
  • 32. Objectives To learn what one point perspective is/means. To learn how to apply this knowledge to your own surreal room designs. Outcomes To have learnt what one point perspective means and to have produced a one point perspective drawing of a room with a window and door
  • 33. Does anybody know what one point perspective actually means?
  • 34. Definition A view looking deep into a picture, where everything in the picture leads to one point.
  • 35. One point perspective What is a vanishing point? Where do you think the vanishing point is in this image? What is a horizon line? Where do you think the horizon line is?
  • 36. One point perspective Where is the Vanishing point In this image? Where is the Horizon line in This image?
  • 37. One point perspective This is when all Major lines in an image lead to one point, This is called the vanishing point. Even though we Know the railway Lines are the same Distance apart they Appear to meet at One point in the Distance the vanishing Point. (the deepest spot of the picture where things appear to vanish) With one point perspective the image always leads towards the vanishing point. The vanishing point sits on the horizon The horizon is where the sky meets the land.
  • 38. One point perspective For each image using a coloured pencil mark and label the vanishing point and the horozan line
  • 39. One point perspective:
  • 40. One point perspective window
  • 41. One point perspective door
  • 42. Objectives To understand how to use influences from both primary (observational drawing)and secondary sources(images of objects), to create a surreal room design. To understand how to use surreal artists work to influence your work in some way. Outcomes To have created an initial design for your surreal room. To have applied bold colour to this work.
  • 43. What you will be doing today You must include at least 2 objects you drew from observation in previous lessons
  • 44. Pupils work
  • 45. Pupils work
  • 46. Pupils work
  • 47. Pupils work
  • 48. Comment on each others work Swap your surreal room design with the person next to you. Pick one object on their work you think they could make more surreal, now make a suggestion of how they can do this. Now suggest to them another object or idea they could possibly introduce into their work. They could make the object appear more surreal by……………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………… …………………………………….. I also think they should include……………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………… …………………………………
  • 49. TASKS: 1.Create an A3 bedroom – remember to use one point perspective ! 2.Fill the room with surreal objects , patterns and ideas – remember to refer to surrealist paintings to get the higher level. Level 5 – 6 Level 4 - 5
  • 50. ELLIPSE An ellipse is a smooth closed curve which is symmetric about its horizontal and vertical axes. ELLIPSE
  • 51. Pupils work
  • 52. Level descriptors for Surreal room Level 4 • You have drawn a room with a bed, window and door using one point perspective with some accuracy. • You have included at least one object in your room which you have drawn from observation. (primary source) • You have made some changes to the objects in your room to make them appear surreal in some way. (either by changing size or appearance) • You have included juxtaposed objects in your room. Level 5 • You have drawn a room with a bed, window, door and cupboard using one point perspective which is mostly accurate. • You have included at least one object in your room which you have drawn from observation; you have added some tonal areas to this object. • You have made some changes to the objects in your surreal room in some way. (either by changing size or appearance) • You have included juxtaposed objects in your room. • You have included some sort of reference in your work to the surreal artists we have looked at in class Magritte or Dali Level 6 • You have drawn a room with a bed, window, door and cupboard using one point perspective with accuracy. • You have included at least two objects in your room which you have drawn from observation with accuracy. (primary source) • You have added tonal areas with accuracy. • You have made considerable changes to objects in your surreal room. (Either by changing size or appearance.) • You have included juxtaposed objects in your surreal room. • You have included reference in your work to one of the surreal artists we have looked at in class Magritte or Dali. (your artist response is included somewhere in your room)
  • 53. OP Art: HOMEWORK On one A4 page in your book write 5 facts about OP Art, then find an OP Art image and make a copy of it underneath. Due – TUESDAY 23/04/13