Year 9 gcse natural forms boards 2014

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Year 9 gcse natural forms boards 2014

  1. 1. Natural Forms Artist Boards
  2. 2. What marks will I get for my GCSE? A01 For your Year 9 project you are going to be creating an Artist board researching Artists that use Natural Forms in their work. A02 You are also going to be experimenting with different medias using pencil, paint and print.
  3. 3. • Natural forms are objects in nature in their original form. • Examples… • Leaves, flowers, pine cones, seaweed, shells, bones, insects, stones, fossils, crystals, feathers, birds, fish, animals – in fact anything you can find in nature – complete or part of it. What are Natural Forms?
  4. 4. The first Artist you need to research should be an Artist who works primarily with paint. You are going to create your own transcription in addition to finding out facts and adding your opinions on their work Painting Student Examples
  5. 5. http://www.pinterest.com/beaumontart/ First task: go onto the Beaumont Art Pinterest and click on the Natural Form Artist Album. Find an Artist that you like who uses paint. Research the Artist print out information and a few good quality images of their work (at least A5 size)
  6. 6. The second Artist you need to research should be an Artist who works primarily in Mono-chrome. You are going to create your own transcription in addition to finding out facts and adding your opinions on their work. Monochrome Student Examples
  7. 7. The third Artist you need to research should be an Artist who works primarily with print. You are going to create your own transcription in addition to finding out facts and adding your opinions on their work. Print making

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