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Toysand treatspresentation

  1. 1. PLEASE GET OUT SKETCHBOOK AND ON A BLANK PAGE WRITE OUT THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  2. 2. Studio ArtTOYS AND TREATS
  3. 3.  an artist and professor of art, 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 shift and her work became a visual celebration of life  her dark palette was replaced with jewel like colors, high intensity  turned to imagery that became physical and psychological therapy  Sweet treats and toys on a massive scale predominated her paintings ARTIST: MARGARET MORISSON
  4. 4. “Sweet Nothings”
  5. 5. “Marbles ”
  6. 6. “Menace”
  7. 7. “Trojan Horse”
  8. 8. “Right Between The Eyes”
  9. 9. “Wax Lips”
  10. 10. “Candied Apples”
  11. 11. “Ring Green”
  12. 12. STEP 1 - FOR HOMEWORK: PLEASE BRING IN ANY CANDY, CHOCOLATES, SWEETS, TOYS, OR TRINKETS THAT YOU WOULD CONSIDER PUTTING INTO YOUR PROJECT. PLEASE KEEP TOYS ITEMS ON THE SMALL SIDE AND THE TREATS NEED TO BE NON-PERISHABLE.
  13. 13. STEP 2: TECHNIQUE Watch the demo on colored pencil techniques and then complete the colored pencil technique art card.
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15.  5 Thumbnail sketches in your sketchbook = conference with your teacher to discuss which composition is the most successful STEP 6: CONFERENCE!
  16. 16.  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! STEP 7: CREATING YOUR STILL LIFE
  17. 17. make a gridded viewfinder by cutting a small square out of the paper provided and then crossing thread across your viewfinder to create 4 quadrants. STEP 8: MAKING A VIEWFINDER Viewfinder TapeString
  18. 18.  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. STEP 9 & 10: GRID AND DRAW!
  19. 19. TOYS AND TREATS: EXAMPLES AND IDEA STARTERS

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