Creative Approaches to Making Art

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Creative Approaches to Making Art. Choose one object to use as a reference. Make 12 different artworks with the same object. Ways to change it~. Include art elements . Change the composition . (design principles) Use techniques with materials. Change the style. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Creative Approaches to Making Art

Creative Approaches to Making ArtChoose one object to use as a reference. Make 12 different artworks with the same object.Ways to change it~Include art elements.Change the composition. (design principles)Use techniques with materials.Change the style.Change the medium. (art supply)Use more than one medium.Change the colors. (art elements)Have fun and be creative with it. Experiment/ play.Do more than one of these.Background- scene/ pattern/ design/other?Be adventurous! Make something up!

Art ElementsLines- squiggly, zig zag, thin/ thick, spiralShapes- circles, squares, octogon, stars, diamondsSize- large, medium, smallColors/ Colors Schemes- bright/ dull, analogous, monochromatic,Value- stipplingTexture-mark-making, string, rubbings, strawForm- 3D reliefSpace- balance, positive/ negativePrinciples of DesignBalanceSymmetryAsymmetryFocal PointCenter of InterestEmphasisRepetitionContrastRadial DesignMovementTransitionPatternVarietyRhythmHarmonyUnityCompositionAdd variety. Different variations of same object.Create a focus point.Emphasize an area.Size- Make it larger or smaller- zoom in/ crop it.View- Change the angle that we view the object.Placement- Move the object to a different space in the compositionCreate repetition- patternAdd more objects or creative background.StylesRealismCubismImpressionismMark-makingAdd designsFolk artRenaissanceBaroqueMinimalismPop ArtSurrealismCultural influences- chinese, egyptian, greek, native american, etcExpressionismContemporary artist influencePainterly Layering/ overlapping?AbstractPhoto-realismRococoArt Nouveau- Art Deco

Material TechniquesScribblingSew on buttonsStitch on itShapes that dont touchStylize itStipplingSharpie on the back- bleedGlue things on3D reliefPrint multiplesUse a spray bottleCut holes glue something underneath

Oil pastel/ watercolorWrinkle the paperSee-thru paperCut it/ Rip it.Scratch artDrip paintStraw blowingSplatter paintFlip artwork around as you work on itStencils printed on it.Resist with glue/ mod podgeArt Medium- (Materials)PencilColored PencilOil PastelPen & InkAcrylicWatercolorOil PaintBall point penMetallics

collageTissue paperChalkPapier macheClayPrintmaking- stencils, linoleum, callograph, monoprint, styrofoamRecycled paperCharcoal pencilCreative ApproachesZoom inOn black paperOn newspaperContinuous contourBlind contourCreative Mark-makingIn a mandalaPatterned backgroundBlurry mostly then crisp in some spots. Like a photograph

Loosely drawn and use watercolor wash to fill in. Overlap and imperfectDraw/ Paint on the back of wallpaperAdd words/ text/ letters

Creative ApproachesZoom inOn black paperOn newspaperContinuous contourBlind contourCreative Mark-makingIn a mandalaPatterned backgroundBlurry mostly then crisp in some spots. Like a photograph

Loosely drawn and use watercolor wash to fill in. Overlap and imperfectDraw/ Paint on the back of wallpaperAdd words/ text/ letters

ArtistsKeith HaringSalvador DaliVincent Van GoghAndy WarholThomas ColeClaude MonetEdvard MunchGeorgia OkeefeRobert Raushenberg

Create 5 new approaches:Use the same object or same theme of objects. (i.e. different shoes)How can you create a mini concentration?How can they match and be unified?How can you show your artistic ability and skills?How can you experiment and be creative to create a unique approach?12 artworks are due next Monday. Nov 21.This packet is due Monday in the beginning of class. 5 artworks next week or youll be finishing for homework this weekend and next. Should have 6 by this Monday. Printing plate can be one.Approach #____ Description_________________________________________Use the same object as a reference to make art from observation.Materials/ Surface-_______________________ _________________________________________Art Elements/ Design Principles- _____________ _________________________________________Style/ Artist influence- ______________________ _________________________________________Creative Approach/ Technique- ______________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________TAKE OUT YOUR HOMEWORK

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12 ARTWORKS ARE DUE NEXT MONDAY.HOMEWORK IS TO FINISH THESE AFTER CLASS.YOU HAVE 6 MORE TO GO.Approach #____ Description_________________________________________Use the same object as a reference to make art from observation.Materials/ Surface-_______________________ _________________________________________Art Elements/ Design Principles- _____________ _________________________________________Style/ Artist influence- ______________________ _________________________________________Creative Approach/ Technique- ______________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________Approach #____ Description_________________________________________Use the same object as a reference to make art from observation.Materials/ Surface-_______________________ _________________________________________Art Elements/ Design Principles- _____________ _________________________________________Style/ Artist influence- ______________________ _________________________________________Creative Approach/ Technique- ______________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________Approach #____ Description_________________________________________Use the same object as a reference to make art from observation.Materials/ Surface-_______________________ _________________________________________Art Elements/ Design Principles- _____________ _________________________________________Style/ Artist influence- ______________________ _________________________________________Creative Approach/ Technique- ______________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________Approach #____ Description_________________________________________Use the same object as a reference to make art from observation.Materials/ Surface-_______________________ _________________________________________Art Elements/ Design Principles- _____________ _________________________________________Style/ Artist influence- ______________________ _________________________________________Creative Approach/ Technique- ______________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________What is creativity?Objective: You will view the criteria in order to assess how you will interpret creativity and requirements to make 12 artworks for the mini concentration.DRILL:12 artworks are due on Monday, November 21. Today you should ideally be on Approach #8.How can creativity be judged? 5 minute lesson. Assignment grading will be viewed and we will get you geared to get some creative approaches in mind.

CreativityNumber of responses- did you do all 12?Differentiation from the norm or average answers. Unique individual responseRisk-taking- something new- outside your comfort zone. Take a chance.Elaboration- detail and time spent on it.Experimentation-layering supplies and combining them. Mixed mediaHow is this a different approach?

Stylize the objects.Add designsThick and thin lines.Black and white

22Same as slide beforeDifferent use of color and stylization

How was this done?

How could you translate this to your object?

Warm colors with blackAdd patterns and designsLinoleum (Stay after school)

Painting or chalk on collage background

Collage background with white paint or white out pen on topWhite oil pastel with water color over it.

SkullIn graphite (pencil)On brown paperBlack drawings on top

Antique backgroundRubbing

Simplified objects

CubistSimplified shapesCut out shapesGlue them onAdd repeated lines.

How is this creative?

Artist: Sagaki KeitaMosaicMonochromatic color schemeAdd other objects.

Draw it on top of writing. Paint it. Cut it up into pieces.

Think about unique ways to solve this problem:You will need to spend time on this at home to finish all 12.Stay after Tues-Fri for more time.Use the internet for ideas.

Think smaller to get them finished.Check your name off on sheet for how many youve completed so far.

Grade for assignment12 artworks made is a separate 50 pt grade. 4 pts each artwork that is complete.

Then each artwork is 30 pts each.Includes the objectComposition is balanced and interestingDetail/ effort. use of suppliesCreativity risk taking differentiation from the norm

Overall Unity is 20 pts. How do they match?You will receive a 0 for any artworks less than 12.

Objective: You will view the criteria in order to assess how you will interpret creativity and requirements to make 12 artworks for the mini concentration.

Get started right away.

12 approaches due Monday.

Objective: You will view the criteria in order to assess how you will interpret creativity and requirements to make 12 artworks for the mini concentration.

DRILL:Get started right away. 12 approaches due Monday.Try some of these ideas:Make artwork, then cut it up.Repeat object and overlap.Use only vertical and horizontal lines.Make art with one word or one letter only.Oil pastel under watercolor with colored pencil on top.Collage with transfer with new Art 1 techniques.Stylize. Simplify, then add patterns and designs.

Take 12- Approaching Creativity CritiqueObjective: You will analyze your work and classmates pieces in order to evaluate what you learned and your creative potential.DRILL:Take out all of your artworks (all 12) that you made with same object.If you paid a lab fee. You will get a portfolio. Lay the portfolio out and open. Place all artworks out on it.Use the blue scrap paper to number your pieces. Cut out numbers and place next to each artwork.Prepare your sketchbook page to critique your artwork and if you prefer- for others to write their comments in there as well.38

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