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# Power point (unit 5&6)

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## Power point (unit 5&6)Presentation Transcript

• ARTS & CRAFTS By: Paula Barredo Lopez
• UNIT 5
• a.- What angles can you draw using a 45º triangular set square? And with a 60º triangular set square?
• b.- Divide a 77 mm segment into two equal parts, using your compass.
• c.- Draw a straight line r and any point A on it. Starting at point A, draw a 72º angle off the line using a protractor.
• d.- A straight line can create a sense of volume. On a sheet of paper, draw a composition showing this effect.
• e.- Look for a picture painted by Josef Albers which  he uses only black and red straight lines, and for the picture named &quot; Homage To The Square: Glow &quot; painted in 1966 by the same author. In which one does the painter create a sense of depth? By Josef Albers 1954 Formulation, Articulation 1966
• UNIT 6
• a.- What is a triangle? Write a definition.
• b.- Describe the characteristics of a quadrilateral. What quadrilaterals can you name?
• c.- Name and define the important lines of a triangle.
• d.- What is a trapezoid? How is it different from quadrilaterals called parallelograms?
• e .- Draw the following triangles and quadrilaterals giving step-by-step diagrams. Write simple instructions for each step.
• f .- Find a picture by Richard Anuszkiewicz that uses just triangles. Intrinsic Harmony
• g.- Look for the picture &quot; Grande Toile Grise Pour Kassel &quot; painted by Antoni Tapies in 1964 . What polygonal shapes can you see?
• h.- Look for a Basque Sculptor who uses mostly polygonal shapes in his works. By Eduardo Chillida
• i .- Look for Pablo Picasso's &quot; Accordionist &quot; painted in 1911 and Georges Braque's &quot; Violin and Palette &quot; painted in 1909. What movement do they belong to? What similarities can you see?
• THE END