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MLIS 9152L                                          Microteach Session                                                June...
AGENDA What is the Art of Frottage? Materials Activity Reflection Summary
Frottage Surrealistic art technique Max Ernst – 1925 Rub charcoal on paper  over a textured surface to  create a work o...
Frottage           Max Ernst
Frottage Stretched canvas Scrape paint over surface Capture additional  images Manmade textures                       ...
Medieval Church Brasses Brass portrait placed on  the burial vaults Life-sized portraits of  12th to 17th century  Europ...
Gravestone Rubbings Replication of the gravestones   Historical - pioneer   Genealogical   Collect art work Graveston...
TextureLibrary• Create a libraryof textures forreference andinspiration•Record    •Object    •Paper    •Tools             ...
Frottage ActivityStep 1. Select an object – Natural or Manmade    Natural Objects                   Manmade Objects     W...
Reflection   Natural Objects          Manmade Objects What did you create?      What did you create? What worked?      ...
Summary
Sources Gardner’s Art through the Ages Guggenheim Collection http://www.guggenheim.org London Brass Rubbings Centre, St...
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Frottage presentation Sandy Gallipeau

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Frottage presentation Sandy Gallipeau

  1. 1. MLIS 9152L Microteach Session June 20, 2012 Sandy GallipeauMax Ernst, Frottage 1970. Oil on canvas
  2. 2. AGENDA What is the Art of Frottage? Materials Activity Reflection Summary
  3. 3. Frottage Surrealistic art technique Max Ernst – 1925 Rub charcoal on paper over a textured surface to create a work of art Textures from nature Image from video featuring frottage technique demonstration by artist Max Ernst
  4. 4. Frottage Max Ernst
  5. 5. Frottage Stretched canvas Scrape paint over surface Capture additional images Manmade textures Max Ernst, The Forest (La forêt), 1927–28. Oil on canvas, 37 7/8 x 51 inches (96.3 x 129.5 cm). The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, Peggy Guggenheim Collection
  6. 6. Medieval Church Brasses Brass portrait placed on the burial vaults Life-sized portraits of 12th to 17th century Europeans  Knights in armour  Kings, Queens, lords and ladies - court or religious dress London Brass Rubbings Centre, St Martins-in-the-Field Church, Abbey http://www.smitf.org/page/visiting/brass.html
  7. 7. Gravestone Rubbings Replication of the gravestones  Historical - pioneer  Genealogical  Collect art work Gravestone kits  waxes, tape & paper Cover the whole stone  No marks  Acid-free http://GlobalGenealogy.com
  8. 8. TextureLibrary• Create a libraryof textures forreference andinspiration•Record •Object •Paper •Tools http://damselflys.blogspot.ca/2009_01_01_archive.html
  9. 9. Frottage ActivityStep 1. Select an object – Natural or Manmade Natural Objects Manmade Objects  Wood  Tiles  Shells  Stencils  Brazilian soapstone  Mats  Corrugated cardboard Step 2. Select a tools: Step 3. Select paper  Charcoal Rice paper  Pencil Paper- various  Wax  Watercrayons Step 4. Repeat, if time http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHdU4JfY-bU
  10. 10. Reflection Natural Objects Manmade Objects What did you create?  What did you create? What worked?  What worked? What didn’t work?  What didn’t work? Favorite texture?  Favorite texture? Other comments?
  11. 11. Summary
  12. 12. Sources Gardner’s Art through the Ages Guggenheim Collection http://www.guggenheim.org London Brass Rubbings Centre, St Martins-in-the-Field MoMA http://www.moma.org/ http://www.smitf.org/page/visiting/brass.html http://GlobalGenealogy.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHdU4JfY-bU Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Ernst

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