Thursday, January 26, 2012

Pattern Gum balls with Wayne Thiebaud

TWO WEEK PROJECT


WEEK ONE: 

DISCUSSION: repetition, pattern, Pop Art
Show one of Wayne Theibaud's Gum ball Machines
Where do we see repetition in this artwork
Where else?
What does this piece of art make you think of?
How does the gum taste? Does each color taste different?
Do you see where the light hits the gum balls inside the glass?
How did Mr Thiebaud create light? white 
How did he create shadows? black 

ARTIST: Wayne Thiebaud 
(born November 15, 1920) 
He is an American painter 
most famous works are of cakes, pastries, boots, toilets, toys and lipsticks
He is associated with the Pop art movement because of his interest in objects of mass culture,
His works, executed during the fifties and sixties, slightly predate the works of the classic pop artists. 
Thiebaud uses heavy pigment and exaggerated colors to depict his subjects
Well-defined shadows characteristic of advertisements are almost always included in his work.
Project: create pattern bubble gum from shrinky dinks
Step1: use colored pencils to create a pattern on the round shrinky dink
Step2: shrink them in a toaster oven
Step3: using clear adhesive adhere the shrinky dink to the clear rock
step4: place adhesive magnet on the back of the shrinky dink rock. 




Materials:
shrinky dink paper cut to 2 inch circles
clear rocks 1” flat on one side bubbled on the other (dollar store, 30 for one dollar, in floral supply)
clear silicone glue to adhere shrinky dinks to rocks








button magnets 
colored pencils


WEEK 2


DISCUSSION: 
Review Artist information
Review pattern


ALL STUDENT ART PROJECT: 
what is it?
why do we create an all student art project?


PROJECT: create a gum ball machine on a wooden board
preparation: buy a wooden board and have it cut to 18x24
divide the board into 3"x3" squares
label the squares with numbers to make a paint by number for students to create
Make plates of paint with corresponding numbers for the painting


Step1: Students get to paint one of the 3" by 3" squares in the color/colors it is labeled. 


MATERIALS: 
Paint
wooden board in 18x24
paint brushes


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