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7th Grade Art
7th grade students are currently studying Surrealism. Students are applying the elements and principles of design, and incorporating their ideas into a Surrealist dream scape.
Picasso Paintings due on: Thursday, March 17, 2016
Picasso Post assessment will be on: Wednesday, March 16, 2016 PLEASE STUDY or ask for notes
Sharpies needed on Tuesday 3/15 Ultra fine or thin
Bugs begin on Thursday!
7th grade students are studying the life and art periods inspired by Spanish artist, Pablo Picasso.
Students are currently drawing their model/friend in the Cubist style. Students are also studying monochromatic color theory. Artists will be applying either red or blue monochromatic colors into their painting compositions.
PROJECT DUE DATE: Tuesday, March 7, 2016
7th grade art students will identifying and analyzing clay terms and techniques. Students will create a sculpture of their favorite story book character. Example: Thomas the Train Engine, Winnie the Poop and Green Eggs and Ham.
Students need to have a visual, either a book with illustrations, or a printed image from their favorite childhood storybook.
Images are DUE: 1/19
PLEASE have your book or visual so you will able to move forward on this project. You can come in before school, lunch or after school to print a visual.
7th grade students are currently busy creating their monster armature. I am so proud of their hard work, critical thinking and innovation applied into their amazing sculptures. I am so PROUD!
PROJECT DUE: 1/14/2016
Students are currently working on identity boxes inspired by Surrealist artist, Joseph Cornell. Students are applying a Surrealist flair of juxtaposition into their artwork, producing a creative and unique statement of themselves.
Project DUE: 11/20
Dear Surrealist artists, thank you for persevering, problem-solving and applying critical thinking skills into your unique artwork.
ARTWORK DUE: Friday, 10/30/15
NOTE: PLEASE KEEP A SHOE BOX … you will need one soon. :)
REMEMBER to have 6 or more unique and interesting visuals that you know that you can draw.
You will be taking your final color pencil post assessment on 9/21.
We will be studying the face and features this week.
Students have been studying objective and non objective art, value, layering /blending color pencil, with techniques applied into two studies.
Students will be taking an assessment on 9/11. Student should be able to identify 2 artists. (objective/non-objective artists)
One Non-Objective artwork: name of artist and title
One Objective artwork: name of artist and title
STUDENTS CAN… RESEARCH ON LINE AND PRINT A COPY OF THE ARTWORK, ARTIST NAME AND TITLE OF ARTWORK FOR THEIR ASSESSMENT. PRINTED AND STAPLED TO THEIR FINAL ASSESSMENT.
FINAL COLOR PENCIL STUDY DUE: MONDAY, 9/14 end of class period
7th grade artists are identifying objective and non-objective artwork.
Students are applying a visual study from a magazine, using a view finder. Students are identifying colors and values, along with the emphasis, center of interest. Students can … apply color pencil by analyzing colors and blending two or more pencils to create the same tone, or values with in their view finder.
DUE: Friday 8/28/15
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