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Toysand treatspresentation

  1. 1. TOYS AND TREATS Studio Art
  2. 2. ARTIST: MARGARET MORISSON  an ar tist and professor of ar t, currently living and working in Athens, Georgia  paintings incorporate figurative elements as well as surreal subjects and still life images  diagnosed and treated for breast cancer in 2008  notable shif t and her work became a visual celebration of life  her dark palette was replaced with jewel like color s, high intensity  turned to imager y that became physical and psychol ogi cal therapy  Sweet treats and toys on a massive scale predomin ate d her paintings
  3. 3. “Sweet Nothings”
  4. 4. “Marbles ”
  5. 5. “Menace”
  6. 6. “Trojan Horse”
  7. 7. “Right Between The Eyes”
  8. 8. “Wax Lips”
  9. 9. “Candied Apples”
  10. 10. “Ring Green”
  11. 11. STEP 1 - FOR HOMEWORK:PLEASE BRING IN ANYCANDY, CHOCOLATES, SWEETS, TOYS, OR TRINKETS THAT YOUWOULD CONSIDER PUTTING INTO YOUR PROJECT.PLEASE KEEP TOYS ITEMS ON THE SMALL SIDE AND THETREATS NEED TO BE NON-PERISHABLE.
  12. 12. STEP 2: TECHNIQUEWatch the demo on colored pencil techniques and then complete the colored pencil technique art card.
  13. 13. STEP 3,4,5: EXPERIMENT, PLAY, AND SKETCH! You will get a 6” square cardboard card experiment with the various arrangements of your toys and candy/treats to create an interesting composition 5 thumbnail sketches of possible compositions in your sketchbook
  14. 14. STEP 6: CONFERENCE! 5 Thumbnail sketches in your sketchbook = conference with your teacher to discuss which composition is the most successful
  15. 15. STEP 7: CREATING YOUR STILL LIFE After your conference, you will glue your toys and treats into a permanent sculpture using a hot glue gun If you do not want to hot glue your items make sure you trace them onto your card so you know where they are supposed to be!
  16. 16. STEP 8: MAKING A VIEWFINDERmake a gridded String Tape viewfinder by cutting a small square out of the paper provided and then crossing thread across your viewfinder to create 4 quadrants. Viewfinder
  17. 17. STEP 9 & 10: GRID AND DRAW! Sketch out COMPOSITION check for proportions and placement of your toys and treats. Use the gridding to help to check this add color to your composition making use of the colored pencil techniques demonstrated as well as referencing the technique guide for reminders.
  18. 18. TOYS AND TREATS:EXAMPLES AND IDEA STARTERS

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