Stained glass slideshow 2014

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Stained glass slideshow 2014

  1. 1. Fancy and black paper creations Design by: Rachel Zhang Class of 2014
  2. 2. Stained Glass History: • Stained glass comes out of history of jewelry and mosaic techniques. • Their height came in church decoration detailing the lives of Biblical characters for those that weren’t literate.
  3. 3. The Gothic Age • The Gothic age produced the great cathedrals of Europe and brought a full flowering of stained glass windows. • Churches became taller and lighter, walls thinned and stained glass was used to fill the increasingly larger openings in them.
  4. 4. St. Dennis in Paris • Abbot Suger rebuilt St. Dennis in what is one of the first examples of the Gothic style. • He brought in craftsmen to make the glass. • He truly believed that the presence of beautiful objects would lift people’s souls closer to God. 12th century! 1100’s
  5. 5. COLOR & Pattern is important!
  6. 6. Videos • http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/ancient/scien ce-stained-glass.html • This is a great interactive to show how ancient artists created stained glass. • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGAumT8 aNkk • Great program on NOVA about stained glass restoration.
  7. 7. Saints • In Catholic History saints were people glorified for carrying the word of God, even if that meant going against all odds, as in the case of martyrs. • They are often associated with symbols: Ex: Saint Veronica with the Shroud of Turin.
  8. 8. • Different examples of how many different artists have interpreted St. Veronica
  9. 9. Another Symbolic Example: • The oddly shaped Cross: Saint Andrew • Legend tells that he chose to be crucified on the oddly shaped cross because he felt undeserving of a death too similar to that of his savior.
  10. 10. For more in formation on where to find you saints and their symbols: • http://www.catholic.org/saints/ • This website has tons of saints to choose from.
  11. 11. Project Description • In this project you will create your own “stained glass” window design. • You will be using black construction paper and tissue paper to crate the stained glass effect. • Your stained glass design will depict one of the saints (your choice) or members of the Holy Family. If not Catholic, represent your religion or beliefs. • When you illustrate the saint you may do a literal human representation or represent their symbol associated with them. i.e. Holy Spirit = Dove
  12. 12. Project Description cont. • First: choose 2 saints you are interested in. You must make 2 concept drawings of each saint and how it would look as your stained glass window. • Second: Choose the most successful drawing of your 2, and re-draw it with pencil onto your black sheet of construction paper. • Carefully!!!!!- using an Exacto knife cut out the negative space- leaving behind the lines of your piece. • Then using different colored pieces of tissue paper “fill” in the glass of your piece. Above all Craftsmanship is important-No sloppy widows you will lose points.
  13. 13. Stained Glass examples
  14. 14. Some tips! • Use lighter colors for the background of your design, with darker colors in the foreground to make your creation stand out.
  15. 15. On the right, the drawing! • ALL LINES CONNECT TO EACH OTHER!
  16. 16. Break people into contour lines and shapes!
  17. 17. Lines connect: Eyes, Nose & Mouth
  18. 18. Student Examples! Dante Legaspi “The Holy Spirit”
  19. 19. St. Rose of Lima
  20. 20. God and his son Jesus
  21. 21. St. Theresa: From her poem, “The Flower” ‘…But for you has bloomed the Flower.’
  22. 22. Representing all of the saints
  23. 23. Joan of Arc
  24. 24. Holy Sprit and Holy Cross
  25. 25. Holy Cross and Spirit
  26. 26. Tiffany Lu, Catholic Faith, ‘16 Alyssa Suba, St. Catherine, ‘16
  27. 27. Here’s how you start! 1. Sketch design in sketchbook 2. Draw your design on big paper! Cut out where you put an “x”
  28. 28. Only cut where “x” is shown!
  29. 29. Before and After

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