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  • 1. Saimir Strati 2006
  • 2. Joseph Barbaccia
  • 3. Joseph Barbaccia
  • 4. Chuck CloseSelf-Portrait, 1997
  • 5. Chuck CloseMarta / Fingerprint Series 1986
  • 6. Ian Wright
  • 7. T.I. Paper Trail
  • 8. Andrew SalomoneJason Mecier
  • 9. Erika Iris Simmons
  • 10. Erika Iris Simmons
  • 11. Erika Iris Simmons
  • 12. Eric Daigh Pushpin Portraits25,000 pushpins in each one
  • 13. Pete Fecteau
  • 14. what’s next? * [ * after midterms ]
  • 15. what’s next?
  • 16. what’s next?1. Draw a self-portrait in pencil
  • 17. what’s next?1. Draw a self-portrait in pencil2. Select and bring in an alternative material
  • 18. what’s next?1. Draw a self-portrait in pencil2. Select and bring in an alternative material3. Photograph yourself interacting with your material
  • 19. what’s next?1. Draw a self-portrait in pencil2. Select and bring in an alternative material3. Photograph yourself interacting with your material4. Use your photo and your alternative material to make a portrait
  • 20. what’s next?1. Draw a self-portrait in pencil2. Select and bring in an alternative material3. Photograph yourself interacting with your material4. Use your photo and your alternative material to make a portrait
  • 21. You will be completing a self-portrait usingalternative materials that have specialmeaning to you.
  • 22. You will be completing a self-portrait usingalternative materials that have specialmeaning to you.Your portrait will be drawn from a photographwe take in class of you using the materials youchose, so that your pose and the materials arerelated.
  • 23. You will be completing a self-portrait usingalternative materials that have specialmeaning to you.Your portrait will be drawn from a photographwe take in class of you using the materials youchose, so that your pose and the materials arerelated.i.e.: If your father is a carpenter, you could usevarying values of wood chips or saw dust tocomplete a portrait of yourself. Your poseand/or expression should show youinteracting with the wood chips in some way.
  • 24. Some suggestions for your brainstorming:What are items you could easily find a lot of that:
  • 25. Some suggestions for your brainstorming:What are items you could easily find a lot of that: ★ are from a place you love to visit
  • 26. Some suggestions for your brainstorming:What are items you could easily find a lot of that: ★ are from a place you love to visit ★ could represent what you want to do for a career
  • 27. Some suggestions for your brainstorming:What are items you could easily find a lot of that: ★ are from a place you love to visit ★ could represent what you want to do for a career ★ relate to someone you deeply care about
  • 28. Some suggestions for your brainstorming:What are items you could easily find a lot of that: ★ are from a place you love to visit ★ could represent what you want to do for a career ★ relate to someone you deeply care about ★ you collect
  • 29. Some suggestions for your brainstorming:What are items you could easily find a lot of that: ★ are from a place you love to visit ★ could represent what you want to do for a career ★ relate to someone you deeply care about ★ you collect ★ represent a charity or cause you strongly support
  • 30. Some suggestions for your brainstorming:What are items you could easily find a lot of that: ★ are from a place you love to visit ★ could represent what you want to do for a career ★ relate to someone you deeply care about ★ you collect ★ represent a charity or cause you strongly support ★ represent a hobby or interest that you have
  • 31. Some more things to considerabout the objects you will be usingto construct your portrait:
  • 32. Some more things to consider about the objects you will be using to construct your portrait:★ can it be shown in AT LEAST four values? (a light value, two medium values, and a dark value?)
  • 33. Some more things to consider about the objects you will be using to construct your portrait:★ can it be shown in AT LEAST four values? (a light value, two medium values, and a dark value?) 1 2 3 4
  • 34. Some more things to consider about the objects you will be using to construct your portrait:★ can it be shown in AT LEAST four values? (a light value, two medium values, and a dark value?) 1 2 3 4★ will you be able to find enough of your objects to make a large portrait? (18” x 24”)
  • 35. Some more things to consider about the objects you will be using to construct your portrait:★ can it be shown in AT LEAST four values? (a light value, two medium values, and a dark value?) 1 2 3 4★ will you be able to find enough of your objects to make a large portrait? (18” x 24”)★ do not choose: chocolate or cereal/crackers
  • 36. Some more things to consider about the objects you will be using to construct your portrait:★ can it be shown in AT LEAST four values? (a light value, two medium values, and a dark value?) 1 2 3 4★ will you be able to find enough of your objects to make a large portrait? (18” x 24”)★ do not choose: chocolate or cereal/crackers
  • 37. Some more things to consider about the objects you will be using to construct your portrait:★ can it be shown in AT LEAST four values? (a light value, two medium values, and a dark value?) 1 2 3 4★ will you be able to find enough of your objects to make a large portrait? (18” x 24”)★ do not choose: chocolate or cereal/crackers
  • 38. Some more things to consider about the objects you will be using to construct your portrait:★ can it be shown in AT LEAST four values? (a light value, two medium values, and a dark value?) 1 2 3 4★ will you be able to find enough of your objects to make a large portrait? (18” x 24”)★ do not choose: chocolate or cereal/crackers
  • 39. Two ways to show different values with your materials:spacing out the material OR light, medium, and dark values of your material
  • 40. Two ways to show different values with your materials:spacing out the material OR light, medium, and dark values of your material
  • 41. Two ways to show different values with your materials:spacing out the material OR light, medium, and dark values of your material
  • 42. Two ways to show different values with your materials:spacing out the material OR light, medium, and dark values of your material
  • 43. Two ways to show different values with your materials:spacing out the material OR light, medium, and dark values of your material
  • 44. PORTRAIT PROPOSAL: Appel • Art 1 Your name: Portraiture Proposal What is your inspiration for this assignment? (Think about the brainstorming suggestions from the presentation) What material(s) have Why did you select this material for you decided to use for constructing constructing your portrait? your portrait? How do you plan on showing shifts in value throughout your portrait? (Think back to examples from our presentation.) What are some possible poses / expressions you could do for the
  • 45. PORTRAIT PROPOSAL: materials due monday jan 28