Student Artwork Examples
C Stephenson-Gibbs, Instructor
LEGAL NOTICE AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
• All work presented was created during courses taught by C. Stephenson-Gibbs, and
prese...
DRAWING
• Drawing: Grid Technique and Abstract Portraiture
PRINTMAKING
• Studio course for beginning students provided a range of techniques and methods.
• Self Portrait project where each student created a print which reflected their interests, hobbies,
beliefs, in any of th...
• Landscape Project – student depicts a real or imaginary landscape, cityscape or seascape.
• Contrast and Compare Project : Students used two different printmaking techniques to create a print of
the same composit...
DESIGN
Plaster of paris sculpture
• Transformational Planes Project:
Each student selected an object which was
then re-created to scale using foamcore.
Addi...
BRICK PROJECT
• Student was given a common brick and assignment was to give the object “content” or meaning which
would be...
• Monochromatic Color Project
• Book Projects – ECU Design 1 Final Project
• Light Project-ECU Design final project
DESIGN 2
• Chairs – Final project for course. Included in the assignment was the initial concept
sketch, orthographic desi...
HIGH SCHOOL PROJECTS
GENERAL ART
(NON-ART MAJORS)
• Collage Project
IN THE STYLE OF NEVELSON
• Project focused on American
artist, Louise Nevelson, and
incorporated the Principle of
Design k...
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
Student artwork examples c stephenson gibbs
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  1. 1. Student Artwork Examples C Stephenson-Gibbs, Instructor
  2. 2. LEGAL NOTICE AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS • All work presented was created during courses taught by C. Stephenson-Gibbs, and presented to provide an insight into the scope of educational experience of the instructor. Use of the images is the sole property of the instructor, and use of any image or content contained herein is prohibited without the written consent of the instructor, C. Stephenson-Gibbs • As an educator, I am always learning from my students and it is thru their creativity and insight that one is literally seeing the world with new sight and understanding. Just when you think there is not another solution to a design problem that has been given a student will find a unique and innovative project which inspires not only peers but tenured faculty. • The projects presented herein encompass a diverse selection of disciplines from printmaking, design and drawing to photography and summer art camps over the course of ten years as an art educator at public and private institutions with students in kindergarten thru graduate-level art programs. • Many thanks to all of my students for their enthusiasm and creative problem solving!
  3. 3. DRAWING
  4. 4. • Drawing: Grid Technique and Abstract Portraiture
  5. 5. PRINTMAKING • Studio course for beginning students provided a range of techniques and methods.
  6. 6. • Self Portrait project where each student created a print which reflected their interests, hobbies, beliefs, in any of the methods or techniques learned throughout the semster.
  7. 7. • Landscape Project – student depicts a real or imaginary landscape, cityscape or seascape.
  8. 8. • Contrast and Compare Project : Students used two different printmaking techniques to create a print of the same composition to explore how the method may be used to enhance or impact the design.
  9. 9. DESIGN Plaster of paris sculpture
  10. 10. • Transformational Planes Project: Each student selected an object which was then re-created to scale using foamcore. Addition of color was optional but requirement was that color scheme was primary, secondary, warm/cool or achromatic.
  11. 11. BRICK PROJECT • Student was given a common brick and assignment was to give the object “content” or meaning which would be incorporated into a design using the Elements of Art and Principles of Design. Project included a preliminary sketch, orthographic drawing and final presentation.
  12. 12. • Monochromatic Color Project
  13. 13. • Book Projects – ECU Design 1 Final Project
  14. 14. • Light Project-ECU Design final project
  15. 15. DESIGN 2 • Chairs – Final project for course. Included in the assignment was the initial concept sketch, orthographic design, budget, construction and a three minute presentation which demonstrated the functionality and content.
  16. 16. HIGH SCHOOL PROJECTS
  17. 17. GENERAL ART (NON-ART MAJORS) • Collage Project
  18. 18. IN THE STYLE OF NEVELSON • Project focused on American artist, Louise Nevelson, and incorporated the Principle of Design known as balance (symmetrical, asymmetrical or radial) and “found” materials glued onto 10”x10” cardboard “tiles”. Two different tiles were required from each student which were then grouped together to form a single unit which was spray painted either black, white or gold.

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