PERSONAL COLLECTION DRAWING
Think carefully about your belongings, however meaningful or trivial they may seem, and
consid...
PRESENTATION:
Every area of the
drawing appears
equally complete;
there are no neglected
areas of the artwork.
The drawing...
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Personal collection hw 2013

  1. 1. PERSONAL COLLECTION DRAWING Think carefully about your belongings, however meaningful or trivial they may seem, and consider what they say about you, your personality, and your life.  Arrange a still life consisting of similar objects that embodies some aspect of who you are. Make sure to locate your still life in a place at home where it can be set up for a few weeks without being disturbed! What to include in your drawing: ★ Repetition of similar objects, carefully placed in order to move your eye around the drawing ★ Dramatic Lighting to enhance contrast (wide range of values) - use a lamp! ★ Foreground, Middle Ground, and Background (Fill the ENTIRE page with what you see) Materials: White drawing paper (see size requirements below) & graphite pencil (can use any hardness, but you will probably need to include 4B or 6B for dark values.) Paper size: Art II - 12” x 18” white drawing paper Art II GT - 18” x 24” white drawing paper DUE DATES: 9/17 - Thumbnail Sketches: Minimum of three thumbnail sketches in your sketchbook showing various compositions (arrangements/views of your collection) 9/25 - In-Progress Check & Discussion: Minimum of 3 hours completed thus far on your final drawing - MUST BRING IN YOUR DRAWING!!! 10/4 - Final, completed drawing AND rubric AND Artist Statement / reflection. Appel • Art 2 / Art 2 GT YOUR NAME:
  2. 2. PRESENTATION: Every area of the drawing appears equally complete; there are no neglected areas of the artwork. The drawing appears evident of quality time, thought, and care. The drawing is free of excess smudges, tears, folds, etc. DESIGN: Wide range of value to create high contrast and the illusion of form. Background communicates a sense of space or depth (could be shallow or deep space, but not flat). Arrangement of objects and shadows creates a sense of visual movement. STUDIO SKILLS: You have used sighting to accurately represent proportions, angles, spacing, etc. You controlled your pencil by appropriately applying pressure in areas that need to be darker, and using your eraser to lighten areas of brighter value. OBJECTIVE: You have completed a drawing on the designated size paper for your placement (GT or reg) that expresses a collection of personal/ meaningful objects. TOTAL: /25 /25 /25 /25 /100 /25 /25 /25 /25 /100 ARTIST STATEMENT / REFLECTION: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following questions: • Why did you choose to draw the objects/items shown in this piece? • What techniques did you use to create a strong drawing and composition? • Of what are you most proud? What do you want to improve upon? • Did you learn or discover anything (either technical or philosophical) during the creation of this piece? Type or NEATLY write your Artist Statement. Grade yourself below: PRESENTATION: Your reflection is written legibly or typed. DESIGN: Your reflection is written using complete sentences. STUDIO SKILLS: Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. OBJECTIVE: You addressed all questions completely. TOTAL: /5 /6 /5 /9 /25 /5 /6 /5 /9 /25 ProblemcriteriaSelf- Assessment Teacher Assessment TeacherSelfCriteria

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