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  • 1. Appel • Art 2 / Art 2 GT YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT! THINK ABOUT and respond to the idea “you are what you eat.” This entire drawing must be from observation. Choose your favorite snack, meal, food tradition, or guilty pleasure and arrange it in an exciting or interesting way to showcase its importance to you. Also be sure to consider: colors of the background / setting, colors of other food-related objects you will include (cups, plates, wrappers, napkins, utensils, etc.) ARRANGE the items you have chosen in such a way that they will create a dynamic composition. If you want to incorporate objects that are more “temporary” (ice cream, fruit that could go bad, ice, etc) talk to me about how we can combine direct observation with drawing from a photograph. LIGHT the scene to create lots of contrast and shadows - use a table lamp, a spotlight, a flash light, or another source. PLAN your drawing by first completing three different thumbnail sketches of your set-up in your sketchbook. Make sure to consider the “keys to composition”: size, view, and placement. MATERIALS: Art II - 9” x 12” paper (MINIMUM) Art II GT - 12” x 18” paper (MINIMUM) You may borrow oil pastels from the art room OR you may use your own. DUE DATES: 2/3 - Thumbnail Sketches: Minimum of three thumbnail sketches in your sketchbook showing various arrangements/views of your food-related set up. You can turn in your sketches earlier - and therefore have more time to work on your drawing! 2/11 - In-Progress Check & Discussion: Minimum of 3 hours completed thus far on your final drawing, you must BRING IN your drawing to get a grade for this 2/18 - Final, completed drawing with rubric and Artist Statement is DUE!
  • 2. YOUR NAME: Appel • Art 2 / Art 2 GT RUBRIC: YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT! DESIGN: STUDIO SKILLS: OBJECTIVE: Every area of the drawing appears equally complete; there are no neglected areas of the artwork. Problem criteria PRESENTATION: The composition of the drawing is dynamic, and allows the eye to move freely but intentionally through the drawing. Accurate colors have been mixed by layering the pastels over one another. You have completed a drawing which clearly responds to the prompt “You Are What You Eat.” You have carefully considered You used size, view, and placement when complementary colors designing your composition. when shading. The drawing appears evident of quality time, The color choices you made thought, and care. work well to complement other colors in the drawing. The drawing is free of excess The background/negative smudges, tears, shapes were planned and folds, etc. carefully executed: they assist in unifying the drawing, and donʼt seem empty / neglected. Sighting has been used to achieve accurate proportions. You used oil pastels on the proper size paper: Reg: 9”x12” minimum GT: 12”x18” minimum SelfAssessment All objects and colors have been drawn from DIRECT OBSERVATION to create a sense of light, color, form, and space. /25 /25 /25 /25 /100 Teacher Assessment You have avoided “overmixing” colors by scraping when necessary & slowly building up color layers. TOTAL: /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 these particular food items / other objects? How did you respond to the idea of “you are what you eat” - what are you communicating about yourself, and how have you shown it to us? Of what are you most proud? What do you want to improve upon? Did you learn or discover anything (either technical - especially about drawing fabric - or philosophical) during the creation of this piece? Type or NEATLY write your Artist Statement. Grade yourself below: STUDIO SKILLS: OBJECTIVE: TOTAL: Your reflection is written legibly or typed. Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. You addressed all questions completely. Self DESIGN: /5 /6 /5 /9 /25 Teacher Criteria PRESENTATION: /5 /6 /5 /9 /25

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