Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Crumpled Movement Landscape



Lesson Objective: Observe, identify and create movement in a landscape work. 

Key Vocabulary: 
Rhythm: Principle of Art: Art elements (line shape, value, color, texture) recur regularly. Like a dance it will have a flow of objects that will seem to be like the beat of music. 
Movement: Principle of Art: Art Principle:  the path the viewer's eye takes through the artwork, often to a focal area.
Watercolor: is a painting method in which the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water-based solution. Watercolor refers to both the medium and the resulting artwork.
Landscape is ANY picture of the outdoors
Foreground: The part of the picture that is closest to you.
Perspective: things look bigger when they are closer to you.
Middleground: The part of the picture in the middle.
Background is up by the Top of your paper. 
“Rule of Thirds” can be key to creating balance in landscape painting
Opacity: (O-pa-city):the condition of lacking transparency or translucence; opaqueness. 

Materials: 
Drawing Supplies: Colored pencils, drawing pencils, oil pastels
Watercolors
Watercolor Paper
One scrap paper per student: crumpled

Focus Artist: Van Gogh

CA Art Standards: 
1.4 Analyze and describe how the composition of a work of art is affected by the use of a particular principle of design.
1.5 Analyze the material used by a given artist and describe how its use influences the meaning of the work.
2.1 Solve a visual arts problem that involves the effective use of the elements of art and the principles of design.
2.4 Review and refine observational drawing skills.
3.3 Identify and describe trends in the visual arts and discuss how the issues of time, place, and cultural influence are reflected in selected works of art.
4.5 Employ the conventions of art criticism in writing and speaking about works of art.
5.0 CONNECTIONS, RELATIONSHIPS, APPLICATIONS: Students apply what they learn in the visual arts across subject areas.

Project Requirements: 
Sketchbook: Practice drawing a crumpled piece of paper on a blank sheet of your sketchbook. 
Turn that drawing of paper into hills on the horizon. 
Draw in the background and foreground. 
Use oil pastels and watercolors to create movement. 

Final Project: Student used blind contour technique to draw crumpled paper mountain range.
Student added interest, rhythm and movement to create landscape using oil pastels and watercolor. 
Student followed landscape procedures to add interest in foreground and background. 
Student used the “rule of three” and color to create emphasis.

Direct Instruction from Power Point: 
Landscape is ANY picture of the outdoors

The Foreground: The part of the picture that is closest to you. 
The foreground is at the bottom of the paper. 
Things in the foreground look big, have more detail and are darker
Perspective: things look bigger when they are closer to you.

The Middleground:
The part of the picture in the middle. 
The middle ground is part way between the foreground and the background.
It is that part of the picture that  is farthest away from you. 

The Background is up by the Top of your paper. 
Things in the background look smaller, less detail and lighter because they are farther away. 

Overlapping is when one thing seems to cover up another thing, even just a little. When this happens, the thing that looks like it is on top is the thing that’s closest to you.

COLOR and Landscape: Warm and cool – Use the power of warm and colors to add even more depth. 
Add a red highlight in the foreground to bring your viewers gaze forward and to heighten the effect. 
Warm in the foreground cools in the background
Color becomes less and less saturated (intense) as it disappears into the distance.
Everything gets lighter in value as the distance from the viewer increases
As the landscape hits the horizon line it is often very similar in value to the sky.

Balance in three’s 
The nature of something’s ingredients or constituents; the way in which a whole or mixture is made up.
2. The action of putting things together; formation or construction.
3 is the magic number: Balance
Composition is about variety just “don’t make any two things the same”

The “Rule of Thirds” can be key to creating balance in landscape painting
Divide your page horizontally into 3.
2. Decide whether to have your horizon on the top third or the bottom third 
(the bottom third is always easier to balance, it helps to make the sky look vast and imposing).
3. Split the vertical into thirds.
4. Align areas of focus at the intersection between the lines.

Vincent  van Gogh 
(1853 – 1890)
Dutch Post-Impressionist painter 
His work had a far-reaching influence on 20th century art
Known for his  vivid colors and emotional impact.
Van Gogh did not begin painting until his late twenties
Best-known works were produced during his final two years. 
He produced more than 2,000 artworks, consisting of around 900 paintings and 1,100 drawings and sketches. 
His work was a strong influence on the Modernist art that followed. 
Today many of his pieces—including his numerous self portraits, landscapes, portraits and sunflowers—are among the world's most recognizable and expensive works of art.
Known for his paint application creating texture and movement.
He suffered from anxiety and increasingly frequent bouts of mental illness throughout his life,
died largely unknown, at the age of 37
Sold only one painting while he was alive

Rhythm: Principle of Art: Art elements (line shape, value, color, texture) recur regularly. Like a dance it will have a flow of objects that will seem to be like the beat of music. 

Movement: Principle of Art: Art Principle:  the path the viewer's eye takes through the artwork, often to a focal area.

Watercolor: is a painting method in which the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water-based solution. Watercolor refers to both the medium and the resulting artwork.

Opacity: (O-pa-city):the condition of lacking transparency or translucence; opaqueness. 
Oil Pastel History: 1947 Picasso Convinced Henri Sennelier, a French manufacturer who specialized in high quality art products, to develop a fine arts version. 
In 1949 Sennelier produced the first oil pastels intended for professionals and experienced artists.

Oil Pastel TECHNIQUE: Press hard, Should look like paint, If your hand hurts, you are doing it right









7 comments:


  1. احصل على افضل الخدمات من خلال مركز صيانة يونيفرسال الوكيل المعتمد فى مصر مع توافر كافة قطع الغيار الاصلية باقل الاسعار فقط من خلال زيارة اى من فروع مركز يونيفرسال فى كافة محافظات مصر

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  2. تمتع الان بافضل خدمات الصيانة من توكيل صيانة فيليبس واحصل على قطع الغيار الاصلية التى تناسب كافة الاجهزة الكهربائية من مركز صيانة كاريير باقل الاسعار فقط عند تواصلك معنا من خلال موقعنا الالكترونى

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  3. هل تبحث عن افضل شركة تنظيف فلل بالدمام الان تجدها من خلال شركة ابراج دبي اكبر شركات تنظيف الفلل علي اعلي مستوي بجميع انحاء المملكة العربية السعودية في جميع انحاء السعودية.

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  4. اذا كنت من طلبة المعاهد او الدبلومات تستطيع ان تحصل علي افضل دراسة بالمعهد للحصول بكل سهوله علي معادلة هندسة في مصر للدراسة بكلية الهندسة كل ذلك فقط من خلال الحصول علي معادلة كلية الهندسة بمصر

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  5. اذا كنت تبحث عن افضل خدمات صيانة معدات محلات تستطيع ان تحصل علي افضل خدمات الصيانة من خلال افضل شركات موجودة في موقع دليلك فقط حيث يوجد به افضل خدمات صيانة معدات مطابخ ايضا في مصر.

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  6. هل تبحث عن افضل تصليح لاجهزتك الكهربائية من خلال خدمة عملاء سامسونج او من خلال توكيل صيانة سامسونج في مصر الان تستطيع ان تحصل علي افضل خدمات الصيانة من خلال صيانة سامسونج فقط.

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  7. هل تريد الاطمئنان علي ذويك من كبار السن والمسنين علي اعلي مستوي من خلال دار رعاية مسنين الاشهروالاكبر في جمهورية مصر العربية.

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