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  • 1. ACTIVITIES
  • 2. Martha Rosler– ‘Cleaning the Drapes’Ben Shahn. 1946. capturedscenes of ordinarylife, poverty, and protestinManhattan with his camera.His photographs were aninspiration forhisdrawings, paintings andprints that were a kind ofsocial commentary. Richard Hamilton
  • 3. John Salt – photorealist painting Laura Knight - painting Duane Hanson – Tourists. 1988 Gregory Crewdson- photographer
  • 4. ZahaHadid– unusual buildings and structures. This is aperforming arts centre in Abu Dhabi. And a civil court building in Madrid.
  • 5. Robert Delaunay – The RunnersNestor Kirchner - paintings
  • 6. Edgar Degas "Three Studies of A Dancer," by Edgar Degas, The Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer - (Bronze) cast in 1922
  • 7. “I’ve spent the last 25 years of my Lois Greenfield photographic career investigating movement and its expressivehttp://www.loisgreenfield.com/gal potential. My inspiration has alwaysleries/index.html been photography’s ability to stop time and reveal what the naked eye cannot see. My interest in photography is not to capture an image I see or even have in my mind, but to explore the potential of moments
  • 8. NATURAL WORLD
  • 9. Jean Arp- Feuille se Reposant (RestingLeaf) 1959Angie Lewin - Printmaking
  • 10. Sam Taylor-Wood
  • 11. Elizabeth Blackadder – botanical drawing andpainting. Carol Sims – acrylic on canvas
  • 12. Sophie Ryder
  • 13. Karl BlossfeldtMonochrome photography of natural forms such as flowers, seedpods.
  • 14. Edward Weston Weston explored natural form through black and white photography.Shell, 1927 Vintage gelatin silver print
  • 15. Andy Goldsworthy 1956 - presentAndy Goldsworthyis a British artistwho works withnature, naturalform and thenaturalenvironment tomake his creations. (to the right) Carefully broken pebbles
scratched white with another stone
St. Abbs, Scotland
1 June 1985
  • 16. Georgia O’Keefe• O’Keefe’s paintings are beautifully contoured forms, realistica lly painted but using unusual combinations of objects.• She expertly painted subtle tones and colours. Rams Skull, Oil Painting, 1935
  • 17. Yayoi Kusama 1929 - present PUMPKIN (TOTW) Acrylic on canvas 2003Kusama is a Japanese American artist who works in a wide variety of mediaand techniques – prints, sculptures and installations.Her starting point is often natural form.
  • 18. Henri Matisse La Gerbe, one of Matisses latest 
works (1953).
  • 19. Vincent Van Gogh 1953 - 1890Vincent Van Gogh was a Dutch post-Impressionist painter whose work has far-reachinginfluence on 20th Century art due to its vivid colours and emotional impact. "Irises” Oil Painting 1889
  • 20. Luke Jerram Flu virusGlass sculptures of viruses
  • 21. Extraordinarycolours and formsin nature –volcano, ash cloudand the NorthernLights
  • 22. Carl WarnerEverything you see in these imagescan be found in the kitchen.Photographer Carl Warner haspainstakingly captured all kinds offood in a series of still lifes. Below is a useful website about his workhttp://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/7186989.stm
  • 23. David Hockney Hockney’s recent work has been created on his ipad and his iphone this one is considering the Natural World Below is the Royal Academy websitehttp://www.royalacademy.org.uk/exhibitions/hockney/Exhibition at the Royal Academy London -21 January - 9 April 2012
  • 24. Damien Hirst1965 to presentHirst exploresthe uncertaintyat the core ofhumanexperience;love, life, death,loyalty andbetrayal throughunexpected andunconventionalmedia. Psalm 27: Hirsts butterfly and enamel paint on canvas
  • 25. IMAGINATION
  • 26. Tacita DeanTacita Dean trained as a painter and now works in a variety of media, including drawing, photography and sound but is best known for her compelling 16mm films.Deans work finds connections between past and present, fact and fiction.
  • 27. Manus WalshManus Walsh’s workhas been describedascubist, abstract, impressionist, surreal, naturalistic andromantic.
  • 28. Arthur Rackham Arthur Rackham was an illustrator in the late 19th and early 20th century. Rackham’s work depicts mythology, folklore and fable
  • 29. Paula RegoA number of her prints relatespecifically to childrensliterature, to fairytales, nursery rhymes andlonger fictional works whichhave a wide popular appeal. Below.. a good link about the Artist and LITTLE MISS MUFFET 1989 her workhttp://collection.britishcouncil.org/collection/artist/5/18742/object/40023/
  • 30. Brian Froud- Magical Creatures
  • 31. Alice inWonderlandFairy talesFablesMythologyStorytellingand narrative
  • 32. Salvador Dali – The Persistence Of Memory. 1931.
  • 33. Swans Reflecting Elephants 1937
  • 34. Rene Magritte and the Surrealist artmovement.
  • 35. Carel Weight – Paintings thatseem to communicate ordinaryand extraordinary at the sametime...
  • 36. AnthonyGreen –watercolourpainting
  • 37. William Blake – poetand painter. A lot ofhis work was aboutreligion andmythology.
  • 38. M C Escher – graphic artist who made repeating patterns into artwork and impossible structures.Alberto Schommer–photography. 1990.
  • 39. RafalOlbinskiAna Maria Pacheco,An Ancient Dark NightDescended Upon My Soul,2010.
  • 40. Every group has a large sheet of paper and some pens. TALK to people in your group. LISTEN to people in your group. WORK together. You have 5 minutes to make a MIND MAP of as many thoughts and ideas as you can.After 5 minutes we will swap over. Everybody gets to discuss each idea.
  • 41. TimelineWeek beginning >>>>>> 2012:Initial introduction to Exam themeGroup brainstorming / discussionMind map / brainstorm on areas of interest (1 page)Initial response- drawing or collecting of imagery (2 pages)Chosen 1st artist info page (title, images and annotations 2 pages) Homework will be gathering of images / making drawings for this theme.

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