DP Fall 2014


Drawing & Painting, Fall 2014

“If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint.” ― Edward Hopper



In-Class 
Assignments


Fri. 1/16
Wed. 1/14
Mon. 1/12
Thurs. 1/8
Fri. 12/19
Wed. 12/17

Mon. 12/15


Thurs. 12/11

Work on Still-life painting

Tues. 12/9
Continue painting still-life

Fri. 12/5
Continue painting still-life

Wed. 12/3
Begin painting final still-life

Mon. 12/1
  • Complete blog post for small still life studies; see below
  • begin final still-life
  • Demo final still-life painting
  • Draw at least 2 different compositional sketches for final painting
Mon. 11/24
Work on completing small still-life painting studies;

Upon completing do the following:
  1. Photograph & Post on your Blog, "Experimenting with Color & Painting Techniques". Include the purpose
  2. Photograph & Post on your blog, title the post, "Still-life Studies". Include the purpose.
  3. Answer the following question and post your response only in the same post. Use at least 4-5 complete and thoughtful sentences. "What do you want to remember as you begin your final still-life painting? What worked well, what techniques and color scheme might you use?"

Thurs. 11/20
Work on completing small still-life painting studies

Tues. 11/18
  • Discuss hw, what is still-life?
  • Finish small drawings
  • Transfer favorite 2 to canvas
  • Begin painting
Fri. 11/14
  • Intro Still-life Painting
  • Due: Cornerstone: Reflection, Blog Post, & Rubric for Animal Inspired Portrait
Wed. 11/12
Fri. 11/7
  • Last day to work on Animal Inspired Portraits in class, Due: Fri. 11/14
Wed. 11/5
  • Continue work on "Animal inspired self-portrait" Due Friday, 11/14
Mon. 11/3
Animal Inspired Self-Portrait:
In your sketchbook, complete the following by the beginning of class:
  • Choose an animal
  • Plan your layout, vertical, 9 x 12
  • Photograph your facial features
  • Decide on media
  • Be prepared to begin drawing today

Thurs. 10/30
  • Class discussion, Realistic Self-Portrait vs. Imaginative Self-Portrait
  • Share and discuss Pinterest boards
  • Discuss and begin planning for animal inspired self-portraits
Tues. 10/28
  • Imagination Artwork HW due
  • Finish the Imaginative Drawing and complete the rubric and blog post in classroom.google.com, Due: Thurs. 10/30
Fri. 10/24

Wed. 10/22


Mon. 10/20
Work on Imaginative Self-Portrait;
Do NOT use ink on final drawing today, only plan.

If you have not already done so,
  • Finish Self-Portraits
  • Complete the Rubric and Self-Assessment in Classroom.google.com
Thurs. 10/16

Tues. 10/14

Thurs. 10/9
Finish Self-Portraits
Complete the Rubric and Self-Assessment in Classroom.google.com, Due. Mon. 10/20

Tues. 10/7
(15 min) Group discussion about Self-Portraits
(65 min) Work on Realistic self-portraits
Fri. 10/3
(90 min) Work on Realistic self-portraits
Wed. 10/1
(30 min) Complete mid-point feedback
(10 min) Review process for transferring and beginning self-portrait
(50 min) Work on Realistic self-portraits
Mon. 9/29
(10 min) SB assignment due, share & discuss
(10 min) Check eyes, nose, mouth blog post
(30 min)Complete mid-point feedback
(40 min)Work on Realistic self-portraits
Thurs. 9/25
(15 min) Intro facial proportions
(35 min) Begin work on the final realistic self-portrait

Tues. 9/23
(10 min) Review HW & remind students about next assignment, half portraits

Fri. 9/19
(10 min) Review structure of the eyes, nose, mouth

Wed. 9/17
(10 min) Review structure of the eyes, nose, mouth
Mon. 9/15
(15 min) "What is Art For" video & discussion
(30 min) Work on HW, Part 5 of  Portraiture

Thurs. 9/11
Parts 1, 2, & 3 of Portaiture due & discuss (15 min);
Discuss and complete part 4(10 min);
Begin Part 5 (65 min)

Tues. 9/9
Join Google Classroom
  • Cover SB with artwork, personalize it, Write your name clearly, with Sharpie on the cover of the SB
Fri. 9/5
  • On-line Portfolio set up (15 min)
AspirationsDo NOT include the Questions (15 min)
1. What motivates you to be successful? 2. What can the teacher do to help you be successful?
3. Think back to Art Fundamentals...What kinds of skills do you hope to learn or refine, get better at?
4. Transfer answers to essential questions and answers.
  • Pre-Instructional self-portrait(45min)
Wed. 9/3
  • Introductions
  • Discussion of essential questions
  • Course Expectations
  • In-class portfolios, SB & portfolio slots
  • Portrait Activity: Using your choice of the supplied media, create a portrait of your choice from memory or imagination.


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Homework Assignments

Due: Mon. 1/12
Blog Post/Reflection and Perspective Drawing

Due Thurs. 1/8

Due: Fri. 12/19 Beginning of Class on Friday, Still Life Painting, Rubric, Reflection, & Blog Post

Due Mon. 12/15

CORNERSTONE: PERSPECTIVE DRAWING: Choose strategy and photograph, print for the beginning of class.

Due Thurs. 12/11

Due: Tues. 12/9

Due: Tues. 11/18
Due: Fri. 11/14
  • Animal Inspired Portrait
  • Cornerstone: Reflection, Blog Post, & Rubric for Animal Inspired Portrait
Due Mon. 11/3
Animal Inspired Self-Portrait:
In your sketchbook, complete the following by the beginning of class:
  • Choose an animal
  • Plan your layout, vertical 9 x 12
  • Photograph your facial feature
  • Decide on media
  • Be prepared to begin drawing today
Due Thurs. 10/30
Finish the Imaginative Drawing and complete the rubric and blog post in classroom.google.com

Due Tues. 10/28
Artwork based on Imagination, a closer look

Due Mon. 10/20
Finish Self-Portraits
Complete the Rubric and Self-Assessment in Classroom.google.com
Due Mon. 9/29

Due Tues. 9/23
  • Portraiture, part 5
  • Create a new PAGE on your blog, titled, "Portaiture" and post the assignment, along with a photo of your drawing.

Due Thurs. 9/11
Parts 1, 2, & 3 of Portaiture:
Be ready to discuss in class




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