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  1. 1. Surrealism:
  2. 2. What is Surrealism Art?• Art that explores the inner mind and your dreams • Art that very imaginative • Art that is kinda different!! Let’s look at some examples …
  3. 3. As you can see …Surrealism can be many different things
  4. 4. Surrealism can be …•A piece of art thatshocks you because itlooks so different thanwhat we are used to
  5. 5. Surrealism can be …•Everyday objects likepeople can have astrange size, color, orshape
  6. 6. Surrealism can be …•Anything yourimagination candream up!
  7. 7. Surrealism can be …•Very detailedand very colorful
  8. 8. How did Surrealism happen?•Artists wereresponding effects ofindustrialization/urbanization and to thehorror of World War I
  9. 9. How did Surrealism happen?•They were anexpression of thechaos and destructionof modernity and warand tired of all thefighting and killing
  10. 10. How did Surrealism happen?•Surrealist artistswere members of theavant-garde & theybelieved ART could bea force for social andpolitical change.
  11. 11. How did Surrealism happen?Surrealism started asa movement in theearly 1920s:Manifesto of Surrealism, byAndre Breton-Paris 1924.
  12. 12. How did Surrealism happen?Surrealism is notcontemporary artmovement,however, Some artistsstill create surrealistic-like artwork, and itsimpact on all art is stillclear today.
  13. 13. If you want to be a surrealist artist …•Really explore and thinkabout your dreams.Even the weird dreamsthat don’t make any sense.Then turn those dreamsinto art!
  14. 14. If you want to be a surrealist artist …•Be different.Try writing a story whereyou write the first wordsthat come into your headeven if they don’t makesense.
  15. 15. If you want to be a surrealist artist …•Try drawing or paintingwithout looking at yourpaper.• Whatever your picturelooks like it will be creative,right?
  16. 16. If you want to be a surrealist artist …See the world in anew way … mixeverything up!
  17. 17. Salvador DaliA Spanish surrealist artist
  18. 18. Look at these Dali paintings
  19. 19. What did you think? Now look at this one …
  20. 20. •Whatdoyou seehere? Salvador Dali: “The Persistence of Memory”
  21. 21. Whatwould itbe like inthisplace? Salvador Dali: “The Persistence of Memory” Memory
  22. 22. Notice theclocks . What isunusualaboutthem? Salvador Dali: “The Persistence of Memory”
  23. 23. Why arethe clockssoft?Howwould youexplainthismystery ? Salvador Dali: “The Persistence of Memory”
  24. 24. Take alook atthe largeobject ontheground.Whatcould itbe? ? Salvador Dali: “The Persistence of Memory”
  25. 25. Find atree.What isstrangeabout it? ? Salvador Dali: “The Persistence of Memory”
  26. 26. Whatwould the weatherbe like inthisplace? ? Salvador Dali: “The Persistence of Memory”
  27. 27. Whatabout thisplace islike adream ? Salvador Dali: “The Persistence of Memory”
  28. 28. Would youwant tobe in thispicture?Why orWhy not? ? Salvador Dali: “The Persistence of Memory”
  29. 29. CREATE Your own Dali masterpieceFollow the directions on the following slides!
  30. 30. Directions for your surrealism artproject• Make the place.• Paste a magazine picture on construction paper. Then cut so the picture is the same size on the sides. Leave extra space at the top!
  31. 31. Directions for your surrealism artproject• Trick the eye.• Cut out magazine pictures of things that can stand in for something else. For example, wheels might be made of chili cans.
  32. 32. Directions for your surrealism artproject• Arrange• your pictures to create an imaginary place.
  33. 33. Directions for your surrealism artproject.• Write• a short story about your picture.
  34. 34. Directions for your surrealism artproject• Make the place. Paste a magazine picture on construction paper. Then cut so the picture is the same size on the sides. Leave extra space at the top!• Trick the eye. Cut out magazine pictures of things that can stand in for something else. For example, wheels might be made of chili cans.• Arrange your pictures to create an imaginary place.• Write a short story about your picture.
  35. 35. HAVE FUN!!!

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