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Painting level 3.1 2013

  1. 1. ONE TREE HILL COLLEGE 3.1 RESEARCH & DRAWINGVISUAL ARTS DEPARTMENT Getting Started 2013 Achievement CriteriaSubject Visual Arts 3.1 Achievement Achievement with Achievement with Merit Excellence Reference Research and analyse Research and Research informationTitle Research and analyse approaches information relevant analyse information and make an in-depth within established painting practice to selected relevant to selected analysis of selected approaches, which approaches, which approaches, whichLevel Credits Assessment 3 includes examples includes examples includes examples from from established from established established painting 4 INTERNAL painting practice. painting practice. practice.Subfield Visual Arts Present evidence of a Present evidence of a Present evidence of a practical investigation practical practical investigationDomain Practical Art version 2 that is appropriate to investigation that is that is appropriate to the the selected appropriate to the selected approaches. approaches. selected approaches. Identify relationships Analyse Critically analyse the between selected relationships relationships between the approaches with between selected selected approaches to reference to approaches with show understanding of influences, methods reference to influences, methods andThis achievement standard involves researching and and ideas. influences, methods ideas.analysing approaches within established painting and ideas.practice. Relationships between approaches will beinvestigated to consider the influences, methods andideas in context.
  2. 2. STUDENTS MAY WORK FROM THEIR OWN PHOTOGRAPHS OR DIGITAL COMPOSITIONS.HOWEVER, WHEREVER IT IS POSSSIBLE STUDENTS SHOULD WORK FROM DIRECT OBSERVATION.Students are encouraged to focus research projects on work relating to their own cultural milieu and interests. Where relevant, research willinclude examples/approaches from contemporary established New Zealand and international practice.Approaches refers to artists’ ways of working. Approaches taken may be derived from artists’ response to subject matter, technical processes,concepts, ideas, and historical, cultural or geographic locations.Relationships may include similarities and differences, links, both implicit and explicit, between ideas, methods, techniques, influences, theoriesand contexts, for example social, political, cultural, historical.To analyse, students would need to investigate the features of selected approaches and/or examples of art works. To critically analyse, studentswould need to investigate the key features of selected approaches and explain the significance of relationships.Established practice refers to work by artists that is recognised as belonging to a particular tradition, style, genre or type.Research includes: Locating, gathering and analysing information relevant to the selected approaches and/or examples of art works Student’s own analysis and reflection on art works Practical investigation such as drawing notes, sketches, monochromatic and colour studies, collage, technical experiments/studies, developmental works, research drawing sequences, annotated drawings and digital data files.Evidence for this achievement standard may be in the form of: visual diaries or data files with reports, annotated bibliographies, interviews,notes, visual maps, diagrams; slide talks with notes; seminar presentations.Sources for research information could include relevant publications (e.g. books, journals, magazines, catalogues), internet, video, films, slidelibrary, the artists’ works studied, interviews, discussions, gallery and studio visits, marae, museums, public places, private collections.It is recommended students have access to quality examples of work. Contexts may include: gallery or museum, marae, public or privatecollections, urban and/or natural environment, studio or workshop situations.
  3. 3. Present evidence of in-depth practical investigation to show understanding of ideas and methods appropriate to the selected tradition. Thefollowing methods & techniques suggest some possibilities for a drawing approachCHARCOAL: BLACK INK AND WASH PENCIL: Black & white & OIL STICKS, CHALK PASTELS & COLLAGED & INCLUDING TUSCHE: including the dark wash LITHOGRAPHIC CONTE: PREPAREDOn white paper, rubbed & On white or brown paper, pencil range using water. CRAYONS & OIL (Can be used to explore SURFACES:worked with rubber & watercolour papers or thin On white paper using PASTELS: colour fields, tonal Oil paint or oil sticksblender. card. different grades including Black and white oil sticks relationships & limited scraped to cover a white,On newsprint using the Using pen, brush, stick 6B/8B over a coloured &/or tonal ranges) black or coloured smoothside to blend the tones. and/or sponges (blocking On brown paper with prepared shellac ground. Rubbed and blended and or textured paper.On brown paper with areas of tone) white highlights. (tape can be used to isolate overdrawn on white, Tissue applied ontowhite pastel for highlights. Using water or oil based Using 8B with white and areas) toned, textured, & paper using collage glueCombined with ink and printing ink & making black oil sticks, on white or Black oil stick blended coloured papers & wallpaper paste or gessowash. mono prints as drawing. brown paper. with turpentine. overdrawn on prepared & sealed with primal orOver a water colour or Over coloured grounds Rubbed and blended with Black or other colours grounds. shellac.gouache base. using a range of media overdrawing and highlight including Payne’s grey oil Coloured papers gluedOver a pastel ground. including collage with malleable rubber. paint scraped & rubbed Chalk pastels over gesso down onto a smoothOver a ground prepared On white paper painted into white or coloured combined with 8B pencils surface.with gesso. with Gesso & in paper overdrawn with & charcoal. The surfaces Dye or pure pigments combination with charcoal white oil stick/ and or can be blended with prepared under a gesso or ink washes. white oil pastels or wax erasers or wiped back. ground (can be sealed for crayons. reworking) Crayons & oil stick on a black ground painted with oil paint on white card. Artist reference Elmer Bischoff
  4. 4. Arches paper painted with gesso & worked with 8B pencil, wiped & blended with water for tones. Artist reference Jim Dine. Theme: domestic interior.Black & white gesso ground onarches paper with oil sticks & 8B Painted canvas ground withpencil paint & chalk pastels Ground painted with pure Ground prepared with tones of oil pigment & acrylic medium on paint scraped & blended on arches arches paper worked over withGround on white card overdrawn with oil sticks wax paper & overdrawn with wax oil oil sticks & gesso.crayons & 8B pencilArtist reference Pat Steir pastels, 8B pencil & oil sticksTheme: reflected landscape in the rear vision mirror
  5. 5. In the process of selecting subject matter for study, the Identify the pictorial issues relevant to the drawing as you initiatepotential of the subject in terms of providing pictorial it, and in reference to the process/method and artist referenceissues for development in the students own work should identified. PICTORIAL COLOUR LIGHT LINE DECORATION PLANE PERSPECTIVE CONTRAST TRANSPARENCY REPETITION VIEWPOINT ISSUES VIEWPOINT TONE PATTERN GRID OVERLAPPING SCALE SHAPE TEXTURE LAYERS FORMS FORM SPACE DEPTH When analyzing the composition or the PICTORIAL These are some of the elements of composition Some will be more important than others in a work. ISSUES in an Artwork you need to identify the particular elements evident in the work and the way the artist uses WHAT ARE THE PRIMARY PICTORIAL ELEMENTS AND HOW ARE THEY USED TO MAKE A UNIQUE WORK? them. The organization of these elements makes up what is Using Drawing to present a practical study of the selected known as the COMPOSITION of an artwork. tradition, identify the subject & the pictorial issues relevant. Drawing is the CENTRAL means of generating, analyzing, clarifying & regenerating ideas derived from the research or in depth study from the selected tradition. All artists work with a personal vocabulary. The vocabulary of an artist consists of pictorial elements, Demonstrate a depth &range of ideas & use a systematic & critical approach. Show purpose & understanding. and the particular combination of elements that an artist employs contributes to their personal style.
  6. 6. Your Choice of THEME: LANDSCAPESelect from one or more of the Issuescategories listed  pattern ,  texture,  line  flat colour as structure Figuration STILL LIFE: Issues Landscape  pattern,  colour,  line,  form and Interior/Spatial repetition Exterior/Construction LANDSCAPE: Issues  Trees & houses Still life  Surrealism Expressionism  Pictorial issues:  ScaleSTILL LIFE/INTERIOR  ColourIssues  Texture  pattern and  colour.
  7. 7. TASK 1 : 1 x A3 page Select from ONE of the SUBJECT or THEMATIC categories as listed. Consider carefully & make sure that the subject or theme chosen is manageable, accessible & relevant, & of sufficient interest to sustain a years work RESEARCH the treatment of your subject within a historical & a contemporary context. PREPARE A TIMELINE IDENTIFYING THE MAJOR STYLISTIC DEVELOPMENTS WITHIN YOUR SELECTED CATEGORY (time frame 2 lessons – you may do this on the computer)TASK 2: 2 x A3 pages (Two of the artists you have used in your work this year – use the task sheet provided) Select TWO ARTISTS & study ONE work from each. Comment on each work in depth & compare & contrast the way the two artists treat the subject. (To be recorded in the diary/workbook) (Time frame One week)TASK 3: 1 x A3 page (You did this as a class Colin McCahon/Bill Sutton in Term 1) a) Select a New Zealand artist & identify the tradition (what time did he work – what are the influences/genre) of the work selected (description & context) b) List the concepts & ideas in selected works & comment on how these relate to other work by the same artist. c) Discuss the LINKS between the identified tradition & the influences on the New Zealand artist studied. (Time frame One week)TASK 4: 4 x A4, 1 x A3 Use ONE of your selected artists AS A MODEL for the drawing portfolio. (The artist selected MUST represent relevant & contemporary practice) Produce a Portfolio of FIVE drawings & painting studies (Time frame for the drawing sequence: Two weeks)Critically analyse & discuss your own work & demonstrate through the practical investigation and research approaches withinestablished painting practice. Relationships between approaches will be investigated to consider the influences, methods and ideas incontext.  In the practical investigation you must work from the theme or SUBJECT MATTER selected for your research  Record all the research information in your art diary including the practical investigation. Label & identify each task.  Use your own words & identify any quotes with footnotes & acknowledge all source material
  8. 8. Visual Arts 3.1 Painting: 90659 version 2 Title: Research and analyse approaches within established painting practice Level 3 Credits 4 Assessment INTERNAL This achievement standard involves researching and analysing approaches within established painting practice. Relationships between approaches will be investigated to consider the influences, methods and ideas in context. Achievement CriteriaAchievement Achievement with Merit Achievement with ExcellenceResearch and analyse Research and analyse Research information andinformation relevant to information relevant to make an in-depth analysis ofselected approaches, selected approaches, which selected approaches, whichwhich includes examples includes examples from includes examples fromfrom established painting established painting practice. established painting practice.practice.Present evidence of a Present evidence of a practical Present evidence of a practicalpractical investigation investigation that is investigation that isthat is appropriate to the appropriate to the selected appropriate to the selectedselected approaches. approaches. approaches.Identify relationships Analyse relationships between Critically analyse thebetween selected selected approaches with relationships between theapproaches with reference to influences, selected approaches to showreference to influences, methods and ideas. understanding of influences,methods and ideas. methods and ideas. Tasks 1 2 3 41 x A3 1 x A3 1 x A3 1 x A3 1 x A4 1 x A4 1 x A4 1 x A4 1 x A3timeline Artist Artist Artist Ptg Ptg Ptg Ptg Ptg Research Research Research COMMENTS: This assignment is entirely my own work: Student name:…………………………………..Date: ….......................................... Teacher: …………………………………………..Date…………………………………………….