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02 Lowry

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  • 1. Lowry: Lesson Two – Introduction & Title Page Think About: Where do artists find inspiration?
  • 2. Lowry: Lesson Two – Industrial Landscapes The BIG Picture Final Piece Research & Development Your Ideas Looking At Themes ‘ The Fight’ Gallery Visit Lowry’s Portraits Using Colour 3D Landscapes ‘ Coming From The Mill’ Industrial Landscapes Introduction & Title Page Lowry
  • 3. Lowry: Lesson Two – Industrial Landscapes Objectives & Outcomes
    • Learning Objectives:
    • To create simple images.
    • To analyse an artist’s work and link it to your own.
    • Learning Outcomes:
    • Actions:
    • Create simple Lowry style images of buildings.
    • Use appropriate colours and drawings styles.
    • Experiment with creating your own industrial landscapes.
    • Skills:
    • Development of drawing skills.
    • Use of colour mixing.
    • Analysis of the style and work of an artist.
    • Knowledge
    • Understand the processes Lowry went through to create his art.
    • Demonstrate our knowledge of an artist’s style by using appropriate colours and drawing styles.
  • 4. Lowry: Lesson Two – Industrial Landscapes Industrial Manchester He took inspiration from the industrial landscape of Manchester.
  • 5. Lowry: Lesson Two – Industrial Landscapes Mind Map Lowry’s Style
  • 6. Lowry: Lesson Two – Industrial Landscapes Lowry’s Use Of Colour
  • 7. Lowry: Lesson Two – Industrial Landscapes Step by Step 1. 2. 4. 3. Look again at the buildings Lowry has created for his own artwork. In your sketchbook use Lowry’s simple style to draw some of your own buildings. Refer to the sheet on your desk. Using paints try to create a similar range of colours to the palette Lowry used. Add colour to your sketches. 5. Add colour to your work and make sure it meets the requirements for a title page. You choose appropriate materials to use.
  • 8. Lowry: Lesson Two – Industrial Landscapes Reflecting On Today’s Lesson
    • Learning Objectives:
    • To create simple images.
    • To analyse an artist’s work and link it to your own.
    Have we met our objectives for today? Think back to the new things you now know about Lowry. Write down
  • 9. Lowry: Lesson Two – Industrial Landscapes For Next Lesson… In your A5 book….
    • Collect examples of artwork by Lowry – use the internet to find them.
    • Print the pictures out and stick them in a creative way into your book.
    • Remember to think about background colours, add some of your own drawings and notes explaining your choices.
    Bring your book back next lesson!

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