PARTNER ACTIVITY:     1. Independently, decide on 1 image from this page.   2. Spend 2 minutes by yourself, silently, writ...
IS THIS ART?
IS THIS ART?
IS THIS ART?
IS THIS ART?ART has not always been what we thinkit is today.ART lacks a satisfactory definition.ART is the portrait of hi...
4 Classifications of ARTImitationalism or Realism     Expressionalism        Formalism      Functionalism
4 Classifications of ARTImitationalism or RealismArt created to look like what    we see in the world.
IMITATIONALISMRichard Estes Central Savings.
IMITATIONALISM  Donatello Gattamelata
IMITATIONALISM Duane Hanson Tourists II
4 Classifications of ART     Expressionalism Art created to distort reality   for an emotional effect.
EXPRESSIONALISM  Pablo Picasso Guernica
EXPRESSIONALISM Edward Munch The Scream
EXPRESSIONALISM   Joseph Minton Inside
4 Classifications of ART           Formalism    Art created to emphasizecompositional elements (line, color,shape, etc.) o...
FORMALISMLouise Nevelson Sky Cathedral
FORMALISMI. M. Pei The Johnson Museum of Art
FORMALISMWassily Kandinsky On White II
4 Classifications of ART      Functionalism  Art created to fill a need,    function, or purpose.
FUNCTIONALISMPhilipe Starck Richard III Chair
FUNCTIONALISMWilliam Leslie Dragon’s Claw Light
FUNCTIONALISM Functional Art Co. Stairway
4 Classifications of ARTImitationalism/Realism: Art created to look like whatwe see in the world.Expressionalism: Art crea...
4 Styles of ART    Portrait  Landscape   Still Life   Abstract
4 Styles of ART             Portrait Art that represents a person, inwhich the face and its expression is           predom...
PORTRAITLeonardo DaVinci Mona Lisa
PORTRAITPablo Picasso Portrait of Dora Maar
PORTRAITVincent Van Gogh Self-Portrait
4 Styles of ART            LandscapeArt that depicts natural scenery such as mountains, valleys, trees, rivers,and forests...
LANDSCAPEClaude Monet Venice, Twilight
LANDSCAPEAndrew Wyeth Christina’s World
LANDSCAPEAnsel Adams Mt. Williamson, Sierra Nevada
4 Styles of ART            Still Life  Art depicting mostly inanimate      subject matter, typicallycommonplace objects wh...
STILL LIFERoy Lichtenstein Still Life with Palette
STILL LIFEPaul Cezanne Still Life with Apples
STILL LIFEEdouard Manet Clematis
4 Styles of ART            Abstract   Art that does not representrecognizable reality, but seeks to achieve its effect usi...
ABSTRACTPiet Mondrian Broadway Boogie Woogie
ABSTRACTMark Rothko Green, White, Yellow
ABSTRACTWassily Kandinsky Transverse Lines
4 Styles of ARTPortrait: Art that represents a person, in which the faceand its expression is predominant.Landscape: Art t...
ARTWhat will you learn?   What will you      create?   What are your     options?
Charcoal & Graphite
Charcoal & Graphite
Pen & Ink
Pen & Ink
Acrylic
Acrylic
Mixed Media
Mixed Media
Photography
Photography
Sculpture
Sculpture
Ceramic
Ceramic
Watercolor
Watercolor
Collage
Collage
Digital
Digital
Printmaking
Printmaking
Oil & Chalk Pastels
Oil & Chalk Pastels
Colored Pencil
Colored Pencil
Mr. Dorofy’s ArtworkOpposites    Dawn of the Dorofy
Mr. Dorofy’s Favorites Mark Rothko    Egon Shiele White Center    Self Portrait
Mr. Denner’s ArtworkSteeler Wallpaper   So You Wanna Be a Hero?
Mr. Denner’s Favorites   David                MagritteDeath of Marat   The Treachery of Images
Mrs. Holtz’s ArtworkPegleg Pete
Mrs. Holtz’s Favorites       Carl Barks             Winslow HomerAn Astronomical Predicament   The Fog Warning
Mrs. Sanders’ Artwork
Mrs. Sanders’ Favorites  Mary Cassatt   Georgia O’Keefe
Mrs. Gordon’s Artwork    Amy’s House   Baby Doll
Mrs. Gordon’s Favorites  Bourguereau      Maxfield Parish Young Priestess    Interlude Mural
Mrs. Duckworth’s Artwork    Self-Portrait   Aspen
Mrs. Duckworth’s    FavoritesGustav Klimt            Irving PennBirch Forest I   Pablo Picasso, Cannes France
Mrs. Duckworth’s          Favorites    Mark Rothko   Oil on Canvas“Orange and Yellow”,        1956
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  1. 1. PARTNER ACTIVITY: 1. Independently, decide on 1 image from this page. 2. Spend 2 minutes by yourself, silently, writing down 3 reasons you think it is or is not a work of art.3. When directed, share your reasons with the person next to you. 11 17
  2. 2. IS THIS ART?
  3. 3. IS THIS ART?
  4. 4. IS THIS ART?
  5. 5. IS THIS ART?ART has not always been what we thinkit is today.ART lacks a satisfactory definition.ART is the portrait of history.With such a vast reasoning for creatingartwork, vast time period over which artworkhas been created, and a vast number anddiversity of cultures and individuals makingart… WHAT REMAINS CONSTANT?
  6. 6. 4 Classifications of ARTImitationalism or Realism Expressionalism Formalism Functionalism
  7. 7. 4 Classifications of ARTImitationalism or RealismArt created to look like what we see in the world.
  8. 8. IMITATIONALISMRichard Estes Central Savings.
  9. 9. IMITATIONALISM Donatello Gattamelata
  10. 10. IMITATIONALISM Duane Hanson Tourists II
  11. 11. 4 Classifications of ART Expressionalism Art created to distort reality for an emotional effect.
  12. 12. EXPRESSIONALISM Pablo Picasso Guernica
  13. 13. EXPRESSIONALISM Edward Munch The Scream
  14. 14. EXPRESSIONALISM Joseph Minton Inside
  15. 15. 4 Classifications of ART Formalism Art created to emphasizecompositional elements (line, color,shape, etc.) over content (subject, meaning).
  16. 16. FORMALISMLouise Nevelson Sky Cathedral
  17. 17. FORMALISMI. M. Pei The Johnson Museum of Art
  18. 18. FORMALISMWassily Kandinsky On White II
  19. 19. 4 Classifications of ART Functionalism Art created to fill a need, function, or purpose.
  20. 20. FUNCTIONALISMPhilipe Starck Richard III Chair
  21. 21. FUNCTIONALISMWilliam Leslie Dragon’s Claw Light
  22. 22. FUNCTIONALISM Functional Art Co. Stairway
  23. 23. 4 Classifications of ARTImitationalism/Realism: Art created to look like whatwe see in the world.Expressionalism: Art created to distort reality for anemotional effect.Formalism: Art created to emphasize compositionalelements (line, color, shape, etc.) over content(subject, meaning).Functionalism: Art created to fill a need, function, orpurpose.
  24. 24. 4 Styles of ART Portrait Landscape Still Life Abstract
  25. 25. 4 Styles of ART Portrait Art that represents a person, inwhich the face and its expression is predominant.
  26. 26. PORTRAITLeonardo DaVinci Mona Lisa
  27. 27. PORTRAITPablo Picasso Portrait of Dora Maar
  28. 28. PORTRAITVincent Van Gogh Self-Portrait
  29. 29. 4 Styles of ART LandscapeArt that depicts natural scenery such as mountains, valleys, trees, rivers,and forests, and especially art where the main subject is a wide view.
  30. 30. LANDSCAPEClaude Monet Venice, Twilight
  31. 31. LANDSCAPEAndrew Wyeth Christina’s World
  32. 32. LANDSCAPEAnsel Adams Mt. Williamson, Sierra Nevada
  33. 33. 4 Styles of ART Still Life Art depicting mostly inanimate subject matter, typicallycommonplace objects which may be either natural or man-made.
  34. 34. STILL LIFERoy Lichtenstein Still Life with Palette
  35. 35. STILL LIFEPaul Cezanne Still Life with Apples
  36. 36. STILL LIFEEdouard Manet Clematis
  37. 37. 4 Styles of ART Abstract Art that does not representrecognizable reality, but seeks to achieve its effect using shapes, forms, colors, and textures.
  38. 38. ABSTRACTPiet Mondrian Broadway Boogie Woogie
  39. 39. ABSTRACTMark Rothko Green, White, Yellow
  40. 40. ABSTRACTWassily Kandinsky Transverse Lines
  41. 41. 4 Styles of ARTPortrait: Art that represents a person, in which the faceand its expression is predominant.Landscape: Art that depicts natural scenery such asmountains, valleys, trees, rivers, and forests, andespecially art where the main subject is a wide view.Still life: Art depicting mostly inanimate subject matter,typically commonplace objects which may be eithernatural or man-made.Abstract: Art that does not represent recognizablereality, but seeks to achieve its effect using shapes,forms, colors, and textures.
  42. 42. ARTWhat will you learn? What will you create? What are your options?
  43. 43. Charcoal & Graphite
  44. 44. Charcoal & Graphite
  45. 45. Pen & Ink
  46. 46. Pen & Ink
  47. 47. Acrylic
  48. 48. Acrylic
  49. 49. Mixed Media
  50. 50. Mixed Media
  51. 51. Photography
  52. 52. Photography
  53. 53. Sculpture
  54. 54. Sculpture
  55. 55. Ceramic
  56. 56. Ceramic
  57. 57. Watercolor
  58. 58. Watercolor
  59. 59. Collage
  60. 60. Collage
  61. 61. Digital
  62. 62. Digital
  63. 63. Printmaking
  64. 64. Printmaking
  65. 65. Oil & Chalk Pastels
  66. 66. Oil & Chalk Pastels
  67. 67. Colored Pencil
  68. 68. Colored Pencil
  69. 69. Mr. Dorofy’s ArtworkOpposites Dawn of the Dorofy
  70. 70. Mr. Dorofy’s Favorites Mark Rothko Egon Shiele White Center Self Portrait
  71. 71. Mr. Denner’s ArtworkSteeler Wallpaper So You Wanna Be a Hero?
  72. 72. Mr. Denner’s Favorites David MagritteDeath of Marat The Treachery of Images
  73. 73. Mrs. Holtz’s ArtworkPegleg Pete
  74. 74. Mrs. Holtz’s Favorites Carl Barks Winslow HomerAn Astronomical Predicament The Fog Warning
  75. 75. Mrs. Sanders’ Artwork
  76. 76. Mrs. Sanders’ Favorites Mary Cassatt Georgia O’Keefe
  77. 77. Mrs. Gordon’s Artwork Amy’s House Baby Doll
  78. 78. Mrs. Gordon’s Favorites Bourguereau Maxfield Parish Young Priestess Interlude Mural
  79. 79. Mrs. Duckworth’s Artwork Self-Portrait Aspen
  80. 80. Mrs. Duckworth’s FavoritesGustav Klimt Irving PennBirch Forest I Pablo Picasso, Cannes France
  81. 81. Mrs. Duckworth’s Favorites Mark Rothko Oil on Canvas“Orange and Yellow”, 1956

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