Art 17 Drawing Classifications of Life

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  • Art 17 Drawing Classifications of Life

    1. 1. Classifications of and Composition: Balance: Symmetrical Asymmetrical Radial All-over
    2. 2. Symmetrical Balance: (Giorgioni, Italian, 1503)
    3. 3. Asymmetrical Balance: (Ito Jakuchu, 18th C. Japanese)
    4. 4. Radial Balance: (MC Escher, 20th C. Belgium)
    5. 5. Radial Balance: (MC Escher, 20th C. Belgium)
    6. 6. Gambling tray with the Obsidian Blade and Worm's Trail design by Nettie McKinnon (Yurok) c. 1970-1980. (Radial Balance)
    7. 7. Gambling Tray by Nettie Ruben (Karuk) with the Waxpoo design c. 1930 (Radial Balance)
    8. 8. Gambling Tray by Ella Johnson (Yurok) Old Obsidian Blade with Elk Horn design, c. 1960-1970
    9. 9. All-Over Balance: (MC Escher, 20th C. Belgium)
    10. 10. All-Over Balance: (MC Escher, 20th C. Belgium)
    11. 11. Asymmetrical Body Plans (sponges)
    12. 12. More life forms with radially-balanced body plans: Jelly Fish
    13. 13. Ernst Haeckel’s 100 lithographs and engravings published in a two volume set called Art Forms in Nature (1899- 1904) (Lived 1834-1919)
    14. 14. Ernst Haeckel Sea Anemones: Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Cnidaria Class: Anthozoa
    15. 15. Jelly Fish: Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Cnidaria Class: Scyphozoa
    16. 16. Jelly Fish: Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Cnidaria Class: Scyphozoa
    17. 17. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Crustacea Class: Malacostraca (shrimp) Class: Maxillopoda (copepods)
    18. 18. Kingdom Animalia Phylum Bryozoa (A predatory sea slug is included in this composition.)
    19. 19. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Mollusca Class: Cephalopoda
    20. 20. Domain: Eukarya Kingdom: Protisa Phylum: Polycystina (Radiolarians) Radiolarians are protists that produce intricate mineral skeletons. Most are found in the ocean.) The protists (as opposed to Kingdom Animalia) have a relatively simple organization—either they are unicellular, or they are multicellular without specialized tissues.
    21. 21. Radiolaria: Phadeoardia (Haeckel himself named nearly 150 new species of radiolarians.)
    22. 22. Radiolaria: Discoidia
    23. 23. Radiolaria: Polycyttarria
    24. 24. Radiolaria: Cyrtoidea
    25. 25. Radiolaria: Acanthophracta
    26. 26. Radiolaria: Phadeoardia
    27. 27. Radiolaria: Spumellaria
    28. 28. Student work: graphite and Prismacolor (symmetrical balance)
    29. 29. Student work: ink and Prismacolor
    30. 30. Student work: ink
    31. 31. Student work: ink
    32. 32. Student work: pastel and ink
    33. 33. Student work: charcoal, ink, and Prismacolor
    34. 34. Student work: ink and Prismacolor
    35. 35. Student work: pen and ink and pastel
    36. 36. Student work: pen and ink and pastel
    37. 37. Student work: ink (radial balance)
    38. 38. Student work: ink and marker
    39. 39. Student work: pastel and graphite
    40. 40. And now for a demonstration…

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