7th Grade Art
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
Our year long Zen Tangle/Doodle extension project
Due on: 3/27
Students who completed the project,on time, your grade will be posted in PIV. Those of students who have not completed the project, you will have until 5/11.
Students are currently working on their favorite storybook character. We just completed the construction and bisque process. Students will start to glaze their work by applying at least 3 coats of glaze. We are excited to see how they turn out … it's always a mystery!
Project DUE: Friday, 3/6/2015
Critique on Monday.
Happy New Year!
Our 7th grade students are busy creating an armature for the monster sculptures. Currently, students are focusing on how their going to make their sculpture stand, by providing STRUCTURE and STABILITY. This can be a challenge, but a fun and exciting one.
Our Sculptures should be complete and ready to display on 2/3/2015 (Tuesday)
DUE DATE: 2/2/2015 Sculpture
POST Assessment: 2/4/2015
Our Lady Liberty
1) The Statue of Liberty was designed and built by whom?
2) What 2 famous materials were used in the armature construction of The Statue of Liberty?
3) The Statue of Liberty was a gift from what country, and why?
DUE: Wednesday, December 10, 2014
DUE: Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Thanks so much!
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Apply your prior Knowledge ... What is objective and non objective art? Give me an example of an artwork, either objective or non-objective art.
-Name of artist
-title of the artwork.
Example: Andy Warhol, 100 Cans Objective art
Your Surrealist post assessment will be on MONDAY, October 13, 2014
PLEASE look over your notes, or get a copy from me.
Your Surrealist painting composition is due on 10/13/2014.
You will be able to work on final touch ups during our two shortened parent teacher conference days.
Thank you for all you do in making this project a success!
Kindess and gratitude,
Students are analyzing and identifying the life and artworks by Spanish, Surrealist, painter Salvador Dali. Students will be defining key Surrealist terms applied into their painting compositions.
Students will be analyzing how geometric shapes create key facial features.
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