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Zp term 1

  1. 1. Welcome Year 7 to
  2. 2. Health and Safety Rules • • • • • • • • Bags must be tucked under your desks properly. No running in the art room. No chewing gum. Please write these at the Stanley of your Be careful when using sharp instruments likeback pageknives,books scissors and lino cutters. Wear an apron when using acrylic paints or PVA glue (You can use your Technology aprons or buy one especially). Homework will be set weekly and must be completed You must have a parental signature next to completed homework. If the fire bell goes off you must go to your form group and your form teacher will be on hand to register you.
  3. 3. 1st Term • Introduction to department rules and regulations Themes for this term Artists Tone & Form Van Gogh Mark Making Vaco Colour Theory Matisse Colour Collage
  4. 4. Lesson 1 OBJECTIVES: • To understand that there are important rules and health and safety regulations in an Art room • To consider your own prior understanding of Art as a subject • To build confidence in your abilities
  5. 5. OUTCOMES: •To have learnt the classroom rules •To complete a reflective interview •To complete an experimental drawing
  6. 6. Task: Working in pairs One of you will be ‘A’ and the other will be ‘B’ ‘A’ will ask ‘B’ questions from the worksheet and fill in ‘B’s answers Then ‘B’ will do the same for ‘A’ You have 10mins to do this
  7. 7. Plenary • Each pair will report back to the rest of the class as to what they have found out about their partner What have you learnt today? Do you remember what you will be focussing on this term?
  8. 8. Homework 1 • Do a copy of a well known image by a famous artist • You should stick the image (preferably in colour) and your drawing next to it on the front of your book. • Note down the title and who it is by in the inside cover • Cover book in sticky back plastic (you can buy a roll of this from WH Smiths)
  9. 9. Lessons 2 & 3 OBJECTIVES: • To begin to practise & build up on your knowledge of basic drawing skills • How to apply tone gradually. • How to apply tone effectively to describe the form of a shape. • To handle equipment with sensitivity OUTCOMES • A series of carefully shaded diagrams, or ladders and objects • A successfully shaded cube and sphere
  10. 10. Good “squaring up”
  11. 11. Task- Demo and individual task Work on worksheets given out by your teacher 1. Create 2 tonal ladders -with a 2B pencil -with a coloured pencil 2. Add contour lines and tone to the shapes to make them look 3-D Your teacher will demonstrate how to apply tone and contour lines to the worksheets
  12. 12. Tonal range and contour lines
  13. 13. Understanding Tonal Range 1. Create a tonal range ‘ladder’ with a 2B/4B pencil Lightest 2. Create a tonal range ‘ladder’ with a coloured pencil Darkest Lightest Darkest • Remember to add more layers with your pencil to each box as you move along the ‘ladder’. Or start at the darkest end and lift the pressure that you apply as you move along to the lightest box. This will make a gradual/smooth transition from one box to the next.
  14. 14. Example of good tonal range
  15. 15. Examples of tonal ladders and 3D shapes For a Merit, can a member of the class describe the tonal ladder and how you can achieve it? For 2 Merits, can a member of the class come to the board and draw on these shapes the direction of the contour lines?
  16. 16. Drawing 3D shapes Can you see where the light is hitting these shapes? How can you tell? How can you achieve this yourselves?
  17. 17. Tonal ladders and contour lines For a Merit, can a member of the class describe the tonal ladder? For 2 Merits, can a member of the class come to the board and draw on this image the direction of the contour lines?
  18. 18. Homework 2 • Draw an object from observation at home adding detail and a full range of tone showing where the light is coming from.
  19. 19. Experimental Drawing What Is It?
  20. 20. Continual line • • • • • Never stops? Pencil always touches the paper Looks like spaghetti ? Dark lines made by? Light lines made by?
  21. 21. Wrong hand Drawing • Can be continual.....this could help • How could it help? • All about looking closely and hand to eye coordination
  22. 22. Blind drawing • Looking at the object only • Looking through a peep hole.
  23. 23. Peer Work 1. SWAP BOOKS 2. WRITE 5 ADJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE EACH DRAWING
  24. 24. Still Life …is a style of artwork. What kind of art do you think it is?
  25. 25. Still Life Today’s learning intentions: …understand how artists select subjects for their paintings. …be able to critically evaluate the work of artists. …know how to create an effective still life composition.
  26. 26. Still Life Mixed Media Project Overview 2. Create a composition of fruit and photograph 3. Create a tonal drawing of your fruit in pencil 4. Choose a section of your photograph 5. Add colour and using colouring pencils
  27. 27. Still life is simply a painting or drawing of objects = the subject matter is inanimate objects rather than living things, such as in portraits. What are the subject matters in these paintings? Which is a still life?
  28. 28. Sometimes still life paintings are groups of natural objects: food, flowers, fruits, vegetables for example. Sometimes they are paintings of groups of objects made by people, for example: cooking pots, bottles, clothing, household objects
  29. 29. Realistic Detail Colour When you paint or draw a still life, you will see things your own way; one person might be fascinated by the detail … another might notice the shapes more … and another person might be more interested in the colours. Hidden meaning Shape … … Negative space
  30. 30. 2. As a group create a composition using the still life objects on your desk and photograph them
  31. 31. Once you have taken the photograph of your objects you will make a copy of the still life in your sketchbooks. Make sure you fill an A4 page.
  32. 32. Homework 3 • Place three household objects on the table in front of you and draw them. • Use a range of tone and contour lines to create 3-D shapes. • Use what you have learnt in class • Fill the page, don’t draw too small. See examples on next slide
  33. 33. Adding shading and tone to your still life drawing: http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=bKKff0TXJR0
  34. 34. 4. Choose a section of your photograph 1. Using a view finder select one area of your photograph (include at least 3 different objects) 2. Copy that area into your sketchbook pretending that the corners of your viewfinder are the corners of your page (fill up the whole A4 page) 3. Add colour and tone using colouring pencils.
  35. 35. Van Gogh
  36. 36. You can use this link to learn about Van Gogh's life through his paintings using the lyrics of this song, listen carefully for clues about his life….. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dipFMJckZOM How many portraits can you see in this film clip? What do you notice about Van Gogh's changing state? http://www.edutube.org/video/van-gogh-self-portraits
  37. 37. Van Gogh Mark Making • Look at the next few slides and discuss the mark making that Van Gogh makes in his work 1.How many different marks can you see? 2.What do you notice about the marks? different thicknesses straight lines curvy lines dots cross-hatching
  38. 38. Vincent Van Gogh How many different marks can you see? What do you notice about the marks and amount of colours?
  39. 39. How many different marks can you see? What do you notice about the marks and amount of colours? Van Gogh
  40. 40. Van Gogh Mark Making Objectives: • To relate the work you are doing to the work of another artist. • To experiment with different media, (dipping pen or biro) • To be expressive in your approach, looking at mark making and texture. Outcomes: • To have a sheet of completed mark making examples, which are accurate and well drawn.
  41. 41. Task 1- Mark-making • Use sheet provided by your teacher to add a range of different marks to each box • Complete at least 8 boxes • You will be using these ideas for the next piece of work and your homework
  42. 42. Line and Mark-Making Look back at Van Gogh’s work. This will help you with ideas for filling in the boxes. You can use different media, like a biro or ink pen See pupil examples on next slide
  43. 43. Examples of Pupils’ work
  44. 44. Homework 4 • a) Complete all the boxes with different markmaking skills • b) Draw a still-life that you have set up yourself (objects, fruit) and apply these different marks to it. • The more able to use a greater range of marks and have a more complex drawing describing the form and texture of the fruit.
  45. 45. Vincent Van Gogh
  46. 46. Learning objectives • To learn how to use different mark making techniques to create a drawing. • To learn some facts about the artist Van Gogh • To use the squaring up process to produce an accurate copy.
  47. 47. Starter • On the board I have drawn 4 boxes. • I would like 4 volunteers to come to the board and fill a box with a different a mark making technique. (one at a time) • These are some of the marks you maybe using to create your Van Gogh drawing.
  48. 48. Your image for today’s lesson
  49. 49. Van Gogh Facts • Van Gogh was Born on the 30th of march 1853 in Holland. He died in 1890 aged only 37 years from a self inflicted gun wound. • He began working for an art dealer in 1869 and was transferred to work in England. • He did not begin painting until his late twenties • He created over 2000 art works • During his life time he only sold one painting. He used to give his paintings away as payment for art materials • Some of his Most famous art works consist of Starry night, Sun flowers • He was a post impressionist artist, his style consisted of harsh brush strokes and bold bright colour. • Van Gogh Suffered from mental illness and anxiety. Remember these facts as you will be tested on them at the end of the lesson
  50. 50. Today's lesson • You will be creating a copy of Van Gogh’s self portrait. • You will use the squaring up process to create an accurate copy. • You will use mark making techniques to do this. • You will do this work in your sketch book.
  51. 51. Use the Squaring up process to create an accurate copy Your teacher will explain how to fill in each section.
  52. 52. Van Gogh quiz Can you remember the Van Gogh’s Facts? You will receive a Merit if you can answer: • • • • How old was Van Gogh when he died? Name one of his most famous art works? How many art works did he create? What was his artistic style like?
  53. 53. Homework 5 • Learning how to research • An interview with Van Gogh –produce a series of questions(roughly about ten) and find the answers using Google/You tube etc • More able to compose 15-20 questions and use a wider range of sources and vocabulary.
  54. 54. Van Gogh Mark Making • Objectives: • To relate the work they are doing to the work of another artist. • To experiment with different media, (dipping pen or biro) • To be expressive in their approach, looking at mark making and texture. • Outcomes: • An accurate and completed copy of the Van Gogh drawing
  55. 55. Task 2- Van Gogh self portrait How many different marks can you see? Look carefully at the thickness of the marks and where the dark tones are. Notice how Van Gogh follows the contours of the Face.
  56. 56. Task 2 Look at Van Gogh’s portrait from the previous slide which has been completed with an ink pen. • Do a copy of this in pencil first in one full page in your book leaving the background blank (Next lesson you will be using paint in the same way as Van Gogh to complete the background of this piece) See examples on next slide
  57. 57. Year 7’s work from last year
  58. 58. Extension task • Use the sheet provided to paint Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’. • Your teacher will put up the colour version onto the interactive white board (next slide) • Remember to use mark making skills and a variety of colours • Example
  59. 59. Year 7’s work from last year
  60. 60. Homework 6 • Looking in a mirror draw a picture of one of your eyes to fill the page completely. Show shading and tone on the drawing by adding at least 4-6 different types of mark making. Use a pencil unless you are feeling really confident, in which case, use a black pen. See examples on next slide
  61. 61. Examples of Pupils’ homework
  62. 62. Homework 7 See examples on next slide • Research on the internet or in library books and find another example of a drawing by Van Gogh, which uses similar mark making techniques. • Stick it into sketchbook and label with name of artist and title of image • Do a copy of it or part of it. • Write your own opinion on his work
  63. 63. Examples of Pupils’ homework
  64. 64. P O R T R A I T S
  65. 65. Colour Theory Objective To learn about colour theory and its application when making Art
  66. 66. Pupils’ work By the end of your lesson your work should look something like this.
  67. 67. Primary colours Red Blue Yellow Copy these boxes into your books
  68. 68. Secondary colours + = + = + = To make the secondary colours all you need are 2 of the primary colours Copy these boxes into your books
  69. 69. Complementary Colours RED BLUE YELLOW GREEN ORANGE PURPLE Copy these boxes into your books
  70. 70. The colours which are opposite each other on the colour wheel, are the complimentary colours.
  71. 71. Fill in the colour wheel Copy this into your books using a compass or something circular Make sure with the person next to you that you have the colours in the correct place.
  72. 72. ‘Portrait of Madame Matisse (with Green Stripe’) by Henri Matisse Pupil Task 1.In table groups identify in a written list (on the white boards) the colours Matisse used in this painting. 2.Then in pairs write the ‘recipe’ for colour in your list. Top tip- each colour needs at least 3 colour ingredients to make it. 3. Then by yourself use oil pastels fill in the oil pastel experiments and recipes sheet. Top tip- try layering, smudging, scratching 4. Now using a light coloured oil pastel draw out a very simple outline of the painting. Top tip peach or yellow are good colours to chose. 5. Now use oil pastels to ‘colour in’ the background colours one area at a time. Remember to use layering , smudging and scratching. Top tip start with the lilac section, then do the orange section then the green. 6. Now you can use the oil pastels to add colour to the face, the dress and finally the hair.
  73. 73. Oil Pastel Experiments and Recipes Sheet. 1.Colour in the final colour first 2.Then colour in the 3 ingredient colours that are needed to make the final colour
  74. 74. Homework 8 • Research Matisse’s collages and create a PowerPoint presentation on these works. Include some images and information. (When he made them, how and why they were made). • You can work in pairs • It is very important that you also add your own opinions to his work • You will present these to the class at some stage
  75. 75. Artists • Vaco Matisse
  76. 76. Can someone describe Vaco’s work? What sort of colours does he use? See Vaco PowerPoint
  77. 77. Vaco For the next part of your project your subject matter and colours will be based on Vaco’s work
  78. 78. Painting Objectives • To learn about colour theory and its application when making Art • To experiment with different media (paints) Outcomes • A completed painting made in bright primary colours and secondary colours
  79. 79. Task • You will receive an image of a sea creature from your teacher. • On this you will use water colours to paint in a similar way to Vaco • How will you do this? • Your teacher will demonstrate how to paint slowly and carefully
  80. 80. Examples of successful paintings
  81. 81. What is collage? Collage is the art of sticking pieces of paper, photographs, pictures, bits of newspaper ,ribbons and/or bows in different colours, Pictures or images from magazines, pieces of other artwork, old clothing or fabric, comics, food labels It can be used in many forms to produce very different out comes. Here are a few below.
  82. 82. Matisse
  83. 83. Matisse
  84. 84. A few facts on collage • The word collage comes from the French word coller which means to glue. • Collage techniques can be traced as far back as 200BC, When paper was first invented in China. • Collage became a distinctive part of modern art in the early 20th century. • It has been used by many artists (e.g. Matisse Picasso and Peter Blake) from many different Art movements including Surrealism, Dadaism and Pop art. (all classed as modern art)
  85. 85. Matisse
  86. 86. Matisse
  87. 87. Complimentary Colour Collages You will use the collage process of Matisse where he folded paper and cut shapes of the same size. He also used the ‘wastage’ from the cut outs to create these. Orange and Blue Red and Green
  88. 88. Homework 9 • Bring in a selection of coloured paper and different ‘hues’ of the same colour. • What does ‘hue’ mean? • This paper will be used for the collage that you will produce in the next few lessons.
  89. 89. Collages Objectives: • To learn about colour theory and its application when making Art • To experiment with different media, (collage) • To relate their work to the work of Artists. Outcomes: • A complimentary colour collage of a sea creature in it’s surroundings.
  90. 90. Sea life collage • Look at Vaco’s work which is based on Sea Life. Task • Draw a sea creature of your choice • Use coloured paper to create a collage in the same way as Matisse • The subject matter (fish, crab, shark) should be completed in different shades of one primary colour and the background in different shades of its complimentary colour (secondary colour) See examples on next slide
  91. 91. Pupils’ work
  92. 92. Homework 10 • Bring in a colour image of one of your favourite Matisse pieces of work • Make sure it really is a Matisse piece by going onto a gallery website. • Chose one of his bold colourful pieces preferably a collage
  93. 93. Matisse Work Task 1 • Find the next double page in your book • Draw a copy of your favourite Matisse image on one side • Add colour with coloured pencils. Be very careful when using this media. (Do not scribble and always make sure your pencil is sharp!)
  94. 94. Matisse work Task 2 • On the next page re-draw this image filling the whole page but drawing just the out line • Now use coloured paper to create a collage of the image
  95. 95. Pupils’ work Tasks Go to the next clean double page spread in your book 1.Create a copy of one of Matisse’s work and apply colour carefully with coloured pencils. Fill the first full page. 2.Produce a collage of the same piece on the next page

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