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Monet gr2Monet's Japanese Foot Bridge: Grades 2-3 by Marie Max-Fritz

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Students begin to learn how to apply materials with this fun project of reproducing Monet's Japanese Foot Bridge. They learn to follow directions, apply colors and observe shapes and light.

Students begin to learn how to apply materials with this fun project of reproducing Monet's Japanese Foot Bridge. They learn to follow directions, apply colors and observe shapes and light.

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  • 1. Monet’s Japanese Foot Bridge
    Grade 2
    By Marie Max-Fritz
    2010
  • 2. Claude Monet 1840-1926
    Father of Impressionism
    By Marie Max-Fritz Grade 2
    2010
  • 3. Soleil Levant, 1872
    First Impressionist painting
  • 4.
  • 5. Waterlilies
  • 6. Rouen Cathedral
  • 7. Pastels
  • 8. Monet’s Japanese Foot Bridge
    Goal:Students will create a pastel landscape of Monet's garden.
    Requirements: Students must use selected colors, follow step by step directions for shapes and applications
    Objectives: Students will:
     draw a landscape with fore, mid, and background.
    blend colors for shadows, light, and color.
    apply elements and principle of art.
    create pastel drawings that effectively produce light and color in a landscape format.
    create a Monet style landscape of a garden.
     
    Resource Materials/Visual Aides:
     Power point presentation
    Visual displays and exemplars
     
    Supplies/Materials:
     11x14 inch smooth white paper (hot pressed)
    vine charcoal
    conte crayons
    pastel
    kneaded erasers
    rubber erasers
    blending sticks
    Fixative or Aquanet hairspray
     
  • 9. Directions:
     
    Part One
    If weather permits, class will engage in outdoor drawing lesson. If not, choose pictures of landscapes from teacher or student files (no architecture).
    Lightly sketch horizon line and important subject matter with vine charcoal.
    Use kneaded eraser to clean up unwanted lines or marks to maintain whiteness of paper.
    Blend pastel into shapes for areas with subject matter.
    Use erasers to maintain whiteness on sunlit areas (if applicable)
    Add minimum details to mid-ground and more detail to foreground.
    Repeat this method throughout the entire drawing for harmony and unity.
    Apply opposite colors for emphasis and gently blend outward with blending sticks for value.
    Class critique of work in progress using principles of art.
    Part Two
    Discuss the ways color is portrayed in light and shadows.
    Observe the differences in textures of the objects in both the light and shadows.
    Manipulate erasers to be utensils to replicate the textures.
    Complete textures that require darkest marks
    Emphasize highlighted areas with lightest colors.
    Spray with fixative or hairspray.
    Class critique on completed drawings.
     
    Critique/Evaluation/Assessment:
    Teacher and Student Critique
    Are the principles of atmospheric perspective applied accurately?
    In which manner are they applied, subtle or intense?
    Do they create the sense of distance?
    How?
    Are the textures effective?
    How?
    Do the drawings display an understanding of how to apply charcoal in creating landscapes?
    Written class-work:
    Vocabulary definitions for elements and principles of art in Monet's style
    Brief description of Monet how student applied the Principles of Art to his/her own work to create the effect of color and light.
    Practice drawing landscape.
  • 10. Time Budget:
    2 days week for 2 weeks
    40 mins. each class
    5 min. introduction
    30 min. work period
    5 min. clean up
     
     
    Vocabulary:
     
    horizon line - a line where the surface is divided from the background
    background - section of the picture that portrays the farthest distance
    foreground - section of the picture that appears closest to the viewer
    middle ground - space between the foreground and background
    value- lightness or darkness of a color
    emphasis- areas that are given special interest to create importance
    harmony- application of similar elements consistently throughout the picture
    unity- all the parts of the drawing are portrayed as one, whole, not separate and unconnected
     
     
    Safety Concerns:
    N/A
     
    Extensions
     
    1. Choose an outline page of one of Monet's landscapes and color.
    Bibliography/References:
     
    Kuhl, Isabel. (2009) Impressionism. New York: Parragon
    Oceana Books. (2003).
    The painting handbook. London: Quantum Publishing Ltd.Quantum Books. (2003).
    The great masters. London: Quantum Publishing Ltd.

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