Concepts in Artby Marie MaxGrade 93 hours per week45 minute studio sessions<br />
Concept<br /><ul><li>Two dimensional and three dimensional concepts and manipulation of multiple media
Application of elements and principles</li></li></ul><li>Space<br />Can simple shapes create space and symbolism?<br />Students will design images with positive and negative space in black and white.<br />1.Create a pattern or image in black and white positive and negative. Non-representational.<br />2. Students will draw, cut, glue, and color shapes with/without texture or value. Representational.<br />3. Create a symbolic image with color. Representational and non-representational (figurative/non-figurative)<br />4. students will use abstract and texture to create sense of space<br />Skill: Drawing, Gluing, cutting, balance, design, craftsmanship<br />Materials: paper, exacto, glue, pencil, eraser<br />Habits of Mind: Clarifying direction, express creativity<br />Peer and student self-assess <br />Standards: 9.1, 9.2, 9.4a, 1.4b, 2.3a,b,c<br />Time: 6 weeks<br />Reference: Asian shadow puppets, Notan, international flags<br />Cost: $<br />
Texture<br /><ul><li>Essential Question: How is different media applied to produce elements of art?
Reference: Lascaux Caves</li></li></ul><li>Shape<br />Essential Question: How can an image contain the elements of art if it is distorted? <br />Contour drawing<br />Collage: Shape, color, symbolism. Absract an existing image. Investigation of meaning.<br />Portrait and lanscape, 3d<br />Skills: Create line drawings and Replace line or realistic qualities w/abstraction<br />Use of balance, pattern, emphasis <br />cutting, pasting for multiples and abstraction <br />Manipulation of shape<br />Culture and Identity<br />History of line and pattern<br /><ul><li>Harlem Renaissance,Cubism, Picasso, Braque</li></ul>Materials: pencils, paper, magazines, newpaper, colored paper, cardboard, paint, glue<br />Habits of Mind: Exercising creativity and originality<br />Standards: 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.4a, 9.4c,1.4b<br />Time: <br />Cost: $ <br />
Line<br />How do you connect different concepts of space and time with elements of art?<br />Habits of mind<br /> Connecting ideas and express creativity<br />Express time and place in communication and narration through visual art forms<br />Perspective<br />Drawing: Still life<br />Printmaking: Postcards<br />Requirements:<br />Explore abstract ideas of space and form and connect them in a 2 dimensional format<br />Skill: draw with application of textures<br />Communication and symbols through media<br />Discuss history of postcards and posters<br />Apply modern forms of visual narration through illustration via visual culture elements and digital media<br />Materials: pencils, erasers, markers, paint, photo shop, <br />Reference: Bauhaus, Deco, movie posters, digital media art<br />Time: 9 weeks<br />Pa Standards AH9.1.8.C. 9.1.8.H. 9.2.8.C. 9.2.8.L. WR1.4, 1.5, 1.6<br />Cost;: $$<br />
Value<br /><ul><li>Essential Question: How can value, line, and texture create the illusion of form?
Reference: Goya (Modernist), Monet (Impressionist), Chris Van Allsburg (Story book illustrator)
Cost: $S</li></li></ul><li>Form<br />Essential Question: Can ideas and meaning be abstracted into 3 dimensional constructions?<br />Goal<br />:Create a narrative assemblage sculptures.<br />Monochromatic geometric Relief<br />Three Dimension Color Wheel<br />Environmental Art Structure<br />Design a layout plan of the sculpture and support.<br />Skills: Craftsmanship, Design, balance, color, unity<br />Materials: found objects, plaster, glue, wire, nature<br />Habits of Mind: Explore Creativity and Originality<br />References: Duchamp, Isaiah Zagar, Louise Nevelson, Pheobe Washburn, Andy Glodsworthy<br />Pa Standards AH9.1.8.C. 9.1.8.H. 9.2.8.C. 9.2.8.L. <br />4 weeks<br />Cost: $<br />