Week 7 2/5-2/9

Comp Art

VAHSVACU.1 Articulates ideas and universal themes from diverse cultures of the past and present. Discusses the role of art and artifacts as a visual record of humankind’s history and a vehicle for gaining understanding of another culture.

Combines contour and value in drawing from direct observation.

Art History Focus-Egyptian Art and Greek art

Art Production Focus-Value

 

Monday- Art History-We will finish Egyptian art by looking at the relief paintings created on tomb walls. Students will take notes on big ideas. We will review Sumerian and Egyptian art by playing Kahoot as a class. Some students may still need some class time to finish their shading exercises. Others may be ready to start their grid drawing with value. I will help students fold their paper to create a grid. They will then begin the line drawing of their chosen photograph.

Tuesday-Students will have a quiz over Sumerian and Egyptian art. Students will then continue to work on their grid drawing by finishing the line drawing portion and then beginning to use their shading pencils to add value that match the photograph.

Wednesday-Students will be introduced to Greek culture and sculpture. Today we will focus on the influence of Egyptian sculpture on early Greek sculpture. Click here for the Power Point       Students will then continue to work on their grid drawings. They should be matching the values of their photography using their shading pencils.

 

Thursday-We will continue to look at Greek sculpture, focusing on how it begins to change during the Classic period. Students will then continue to work on their grid drawings.

Friday-We will finish discussing Greek sculpture by looking at examples from the Hellenistic period. Students will continue to shade their value drawings making sure to render a full range of values.

 

 

Drawing 1

Focus-Ink Techniques

Standards for the week:

VAHSDRMC 2 Generates multiple solutions to a single artistic problem.

VAHSDRPR 1 Incorporates elements and principles of design to solve problems.

VAHSDRPR2 Engages in an array of drawing processes and techniques.

  1. Incorporates value

VAHSDRAR3 Develops multiple strategies for responding to and reflecting on artworks.

Monday- Students will continue to work on their multiple views drawing.

Tuesday-Students will complete their multiple views drawing, complete a self-assessment, and turn it in.

Wednesday- Students will be introduced to inking techniques such as, stippling, hatching, and cross-hatching. Students will begin to practice inking techniques in a packet.

Thursday-Students will finish their ink techniques packet. They should also bring in an original image for their ink drawing. It can be a subject matter of their choice.

Friday-Students will begin a line drawing of their composition on the Bristol Board. Once the line drawing is complete, students can begin to use different ink techniques to shade their drawing to match the values of their photograph.

 

 

 

Photography

Monday-We will be in the lab practicing Photoshop techniques. Students can practice techniques on their own photos or use some off the internet if needed.

Tuesday- One group will be outside working on pinhole cameras if the weather allows. Students who have not finished their extended photograph will work on it. Those that are done with the extended photograph will begin to work on creating one of their photographs using a Cray-Pen.

Wednesday- I will begin class explaining aperture and how it affects depth of field. One group will be outside working on their pinhole pictures. Students who have not finished their extended photograph will work on it. Those that are done with the extended photograph will work on their cray-pen drawing.

 

Thursday- I will begin class explaining the last third of the exposure triangle, ISO. Group 3 will then be outside working on pinhole pictures. Other students will work on their cray-pen drawings.

 

Friday-Students will begin class by reading the chapter in the textbook on using the enlarger. Students will label the enlarger parts. We will then discuss darkroom safety.

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