13 grade 7 art -tg- qtr 4 module 6 sculpture, les. 3

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13 grade 7 art -tg- qtr 4 module 6 sculpture, les. 3

  1. 1. K TO 12 ART FOR GRADE 7 FOURTH QUARTER: UNIT IV SCULPTURE, DRAMA AND FESTIVALS MODULE 7 : SCULPTURE Lesson 3 : SCULPTURE DURING THE AMERICAN PERIOD UP TO THE PRESENT Time Allotment: 4 sessions of 60 minutes each Lesson Summary ART HISTORY ART PRODUCTION ART APPRECIATION ART CRITICISM Sculptures during the American Period represented historical figures or events as seen in the works of classical sculptor Guillermo Tolentino. In present times, we see this in modernist Edwardo Castrillo. Works using local materials like stone and wood of Napoleon Abueva; steel of Solomon Saprid and glass of Ramon Orlina were of different subjects. Junyee and Rene Villanueva created installations using natural materials like leaves, seeds, stones, and bamboo This period also saw the influence of Western sculptors as seen in the work of our local sculptors. Create a sculpture using “junk” or discarded metal, wood, steel materials and wood, plastic, and other natural materials It can be a realistic, expressionistic, abstract or imaginary sculpture. Artists who use “junk”, or found material are those who created the imaginary creatures and monsters found all over Marikina City. Pablo Picasso created a “bull’s head” out a bicycle seat. A Filipino sculptor who uses discarded metal for figures and barong-barong houses is Raul Arrogante. By looking at the works of the local sculptors, one can label the period they lived in because of the subject, the style of their sculpture figures and the materials they used. Create a matrix of styles used by our sculptors to represent these periods: Classical Modern/ Figurative Experimental Expressionistic Abstract Name the sculptor and the title of their work and compare their different works according to topic, materials used and style. VOCABULARY Classical style - follows the Greek and Roman style of carving a human body following standard measurements so the result is an “ideal body” and face. Modern, figurative sculptures like Abueva’s are not realistic, but one can still distinguish that it is a human person, but done in a stylized or figurative manner. Abstract style sculptures that are abstract explore shapes, lines, textures and do not necessarily show a person or object.
  2. 2. K TO 12 ART FOR GRADE 7 FOURTH QUARTER: UNIT IV SCULPTURE, DRAMA AND FESTIVALS MODULE 7 : SCULPTURE Lesson 3 : SCULPTURE DURING THE AMERICAN PERIOD UP TO THE PRESENT Installation art are works created in and adapted to a particular place. Often, the work is installed outside and is exposed to the elements – rain, sun, water, and the materials do deteriorate over time. It is not the aim of installation art to last, rather, its aim is to show how the sculpture interacts with the environment, or is part of the environment. ART ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES Form - sculptures have form or are three dimensional. It is work “in the round” meaning it can be viewed from the top, bottom, side, front, back and this distinguishes it from 2-D art like paintings and drawings or prints. Texture sculptures are made of materials that have different tactile qualities: Metal is cold and hard; wood is warm and sensuous; leaves, seeds and twigs are varied in texture – they can be spiky, hard and fragile, or smooth, soft and malleable. MATERIALS Visual references to the different sculptures and sculptors are found in the Learning Guide, module 6, Sculpture, Lesson 3. For the Junk art, students can be assigned to look around their neighborhood and gather discards: plastic bottles, covers, tin cans, metal parts of machines from car repair shops or computer shops and other junk material of household machines. Students can also use natural materials like Junyee (narra pods, seeds, sticks, Coconut husks, shells , twigs, vines, etc) PROCEDURE SESSION 1 1. Ask students what sculptures they see around the town or city they are in. What kind of figures are they? What is it made of? Who was the sculptor? 2. Let them read the Learning guide, Module 6, lesson 3- Sculptures during the American Period up to the present. Ask them to identify the sculptures they see and ask them if they know who created them. 3. Divide them by groups to research on the different sculptors and their works aside from the ones in the Learning guides. If there are local sculptors, let students interview them or invite them to class.
  3. 3. K TO 12 ART FOR GRADE 7 FOURTH QUARTER: UNIT IV SCULPTURE, DRAMA AND FESTIVALS MODULE 7 : SCULPTURE Lesson 3 : SCULPTURE DURING THE AMERICAN PERIOD UP TO THE PRESENT SESSION 2 4. Allow time for students to do the research (text and visuals) and then present them in class. Display their research work on the walls of their class so the others can learn about other sculptors and identify their sculptures. Discuss the following: a. period when artists did his work b. particular materials he used c. style in creating the sculpture d. topics used e. influences of the sculptor. SESSION 3, 4 5. Assign students to collect “junk material” or found materials, and work with others in the group: a. based on the materials they have collected, discuss with the group what their sculpture will be: a person; an imaginary creature; a Philippine mythological creature; a monster; an imaginary machine; etc… What is important is for the group to make sketches of how they envision their sculpture to look like, using the materials they have. b. Have wire available for them to put their junk material together. For “nature materials”, abaca twine or vines can be used. If soldering machine is needed, ask students to seek the help of repair shops in the neighborhood, since caution is needed in using these. 6. Once the sculptures are done, choose different sites in the school or even in the neighborhood, to display the works, so that other students and the public can enjoy them. The teacher can have a formal opening of exhibit. Invite the junk shop or repair shop owners that donated materials. ASSESSMENT AND SYNTHESIS 1. Ask the students to assess their own group work and the work of the other groups on the following points: a. use of a variety of junk material b. originality of concept for the sculpture c. originality of form and design d. originality in the use of materials. e. interesting if viewed from different angles 2. Let students do the Reflections , Final Glance and Evaluation in the Learning Guide.

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