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    -Brainstorm ideas of how you would create your own "Tree of Life"
    2.) BLOG POSTExit Ticket - ANSWERING
    -What symbols or images will you incorporate in this piece to tell a story about who you are?
    (Think about your passions, what you like to do, your heritage- who you are- what makes you you, etc.)
    -What kind of tree will your tree of life be?
    -What materials would you use?
    3.)-Sketch some ideas
    3.)
    Create your
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    other media (materials)(materials).
    4.) Add a photo and reflection of it to your blog once final project is completed.
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Friday, February 24

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    Pinterest link of ideas: - head: __https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/whats-in-your-head/__
    Pinterest link of ideas: - heart: __https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/whats-in-your-heart/__
    2D FASHION DESIGN:
    Standards / Learning Targets:
    S.1. The artist can understand and apply media, techniques, and processes: The artist can use art processes and techniques previously practiced to create a unique work of art that meets project learning targets / goals and expectations. The artist also understands and can demonstrate processes and safety concerns involved for caring for art media / materials as well as utilizing resources and time effectively and efficiently. (project: application of techniques, creativity, process, and working procedures)
    -The artist can create a Fashion Themed unique work of art that incorporates non-traditional art materials for the majority of the project.
    S.2. The artist uses knowledge of structures and functions: The artist can organize the components of a work of art into a cohesive and meaningful whole, such as organizational principles, expressive features and functional art to create a finished work of art. (project: use of elem. of art / principles of design and craftsmanship to function as intended)
    -Overall good craftsmanship was evident in the final project as it was finished as intended incorporating all space.
    S.3. The artist understands the visual arts in relation to history and cultures, can make interdisciplinary connections, and engage in 21st cent. skills: The artist can research a variety of ideas in planning for own individual project. These researched ideas should also be shared within the final project reflection. (project process: research, planning, collaboration, communication, cross curricular connections)
    S.4. The artist can reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others: The artist can write an in depth reflection upon the completion of a project incorporating the elem. of art / principles of design, including the following pieces: explanation of the project including the process, research competed, project goals / standards met, and personal reflection of their art as well as art created around them. (project reflection)
    Examples of Non-traditional materials:
    Lipstick, fingernail polish, shoe polish, coffee, food and drinks, fake flowers, aluminum foil, candy wrappers or other food wrappers, etc.
    Pinterest link of ideas:
    Message from ACGC regarding the Creative Fashion Design Category for Art Fair:
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    2D ART FAIR CHOICE Project
    Standards / Learning Targets:
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    Tessellation Drawing:
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    WHO I AM - FINGERPRINT DRAWING

    Learning Target:
    *The
    Targets:
    -The
    artist can create a creativeunique and unique tessellation design (repeating pattern) incorporating a min. of 12 shapes into the design.
    Pinterest Examples:
    https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/tessellations/?eq=tessellation&etslf=5119
    Tasks:
    *Create
    nicely finished drawing / painting collage using their fingerprint as a tessellation tile
    *Trace it
    subject to tell a small piece of paperstory about themselves incorporating images and figure outtext within the fingerprint lines.
    -The artist can choose
    what itart materials will be.
    *Using your same tessellation tile, trace the tile onto a 12 x 12 piece of paper
    work best for them to create a repeating design. Make surebe able to fill in alltell the gaps and spacesstory of the paper by carefully lining up your tile piecewho they are. (watercolor paint, markers, colored pencils, crayons, collage materials such as magazines, pictures, etc.)
    Process / Tasks:
    - Project Information and examples
    -Fill out "Who I am" questions to guide thinking about what
    you trace.
    *Color
    will collage into this drawing / painting also think about what materials would you use to tell your designstory about who you are?
    -Sketch out fingerprint lines on card stock paper
    -Color, add images, and text within the fingerprint lines
    to match your practice idea. You could createtell a patternstory about who you are.
    Pinterest Link
    of different colors or other variations with the same shape or design them all the same.
    Take your time.. and don't forget the details.. texture / pattern, perhaps blending colors together, etc.
    example
    __https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/fingerprint-drawing/?etslf=3428&eq=fingerprint%20drawing__

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Wednesday, February 22

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    Tessellation Drawing:
    Learning Target:
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    the design.
    Pinterest Examples:
    https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/tessellations/?eq=tessellation&etslf=5119
    Tasks:
    *Create a tessellation tile
    *Trace it to a small piece of paper and figure out what it will be.
    *Using your same tessellation tile, trace the tile onto a 12 x 12 piece of paper to create a repeating design. Make sure to fill in all the gaps and spaces of the paper by carefully lining up your tile piece as you trace.
    *Color your design to match your practice idea. You could create a pattern of different colors or other variations with the same shape or design them all the same.
    Take your time.. and don't forget the details.. texture / pattern, perhaps blending colors together, etc.

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Tuesday, February 21

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    Tasks:
    *Clay Information and examples and demonstration.
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    mouth, etc.)
    *Friday begin making the pinch pot form and then wrap up clay pieces well in a plastic sack for next week.
    *Add pieces to your character to make it creative (arms, ears, eyes, legs, eyes, etc.)
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    Tessellation Drawing:
    Learning Target:
    *The artist can create a creative and unique tessellation design (repeating pattern) incorporating a min. of 12 shapes into the design.
    Pinterest Examples:
    https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/tessellations/?eq=tessellation&etslf=5119

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    The artist can research a variety of ideas in planning for own individual project.
    S.4. The artist can reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others: The artist can reflect on their art and projects created during their time in art. (google form reflection)
    ZENTANGLE DRAWINGS:
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    Zentangle Drawings:
    What is Zentangle ??
    Also know as zendoodle or tangled drawing….. It is

    Pinch Pot Creature:
    Learning Target:
    *The artist can construct
    a controlled doodle or a doodle contained within a predefined framework that is focused on creativity. Artists use a repetition of marks to create patterns, thus developing an overall design or zendoodle.
    “The term 'Zentangle' was coined by Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts. Maria is a graphic
    functional hand-built pinch pot form.
    *The
    artist who doodled a lot and one day realized that her doodles were putting her into a state of meditation (or zen). The couple decidedcan add clay creature elements (eyes, legs, arms, teeth, hair, spikes, scales, etc.) to explore the concept in more detail and Zentangles were born.”
    http://www.zentangle.com/index.php
    Pinterest Board of ideas:
    https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/zentangle/
    Often these are done as black and white drawings, but aren’t limited
    form to only black and white. Artists usually use some type of writing pen to create these controlled marks.
    Why Zentangle?
    *Relaxing
    *Helps develop creativity
    *Relieve or reduces stress
    *Improve eye/hand coordination
    *Develop/rehabilitate fine motor skills
    *Therapy
    *Stimulates both right and left brain functions, however usually brings out the
    make this look like more creative right brain side.
    EVERYONE CAN DO IT! – IT’S EASY!
    *Learning Target:
    -The artist can create a zentangle drawing using all space creatively incorporating a min. of 24 different textured patterned combinations within the drawing.
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    Oaxacan Shrinky Dink Design:
    Oaxacan (pronounced "wa-HAH-kah") Wood carvings are hand carved and painted Mexican folk art. They have brightly colored patterned details throughout each intricate design.We will look at the following sites for information
    individual and examples.
    http://www.vivaoaxacafolkart.com/woodcarvings/woodcarvings_history.htmlhttp://www.oaxacafinecarvings.com/
    unique.
    Pinterest Examples:
    https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/oaxacan-carvings/?etslf=5446&eq=oaxacan
    Learning Targets:-The artist can create a final brightly colored oaxacan shrinky dink creature design using a min. of 6 textured - patterns.-Craftsmanship: The artist did a nice job drawing and coloring the final design.
    Tasks:1.) Search for an animal of your choice and sketch it on to paper. Plan out how you can incorporate a min of 6 different textures - patterns within your design.2.) Trace on to your shrinky dink paper.3.) Use sharpie to complete your design.4.) Cut out your final design and turn in. Mrs. Comer will shrink.
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    Watercolor Nature Painting with Glue Resist:
    Learning Targets:
    The artist can create a final 11 x 15 watercolor nature painting using a resist technique with Elmer's glue.
    -Craftsmanship: The final piece was nicely painted inside a glue outline.
    https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/ceramic-pinch-pot-creatures/?eq=pinch%20&etslf=13233
    Tasks:
    -Sketch out idea on drawing paper (choose something with bigger shapes)*Clay Information and draw lines heavy - (dark), utilizing allexamples and demonstration.
    *Research monster or creature ideas and sketch some sample ideas of possibilities. Think about what part
    of your paper space.
    -Trace on
    pinch pot will be open? (The head, mouth, etc.)
    *Friday begin making the pinch pot form and then wrap up clay pieces well in a plastic sack for next week.
    *Add pieces
    to watercolor paper - lightly as possible
    -Go over with Elmer's glue - white or black. If you use white glue
    your character to make it willcreative (arms, ears, eyes, legs, eyes, etc.)
    *Sit out to
    dry clear so erase pencil lines or apply glue on inside or outside of lines. Black gluewhen completed. - We will cover lines.
    -Paint watercolor inside
    come back to these to paint - glaze once they have dried and fired.
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    Non-Objective Oil Pastel Drawing:
    Learning Target:
    The Artist can create a non-objective oil pastel drawing creatively using
    the lineselements of art. (line, shape, color, texture - glue should repel or resist watercolor.
    -Plan out background
    pattern, space)
    Process
    -Information and examples of non-objective art:
    http://arthistory.about.com/od/glossary_n/a/n_nonobjective_art.htm
    - What does non-objective look like?
    -How can you divide up your
    space as well... to make a finished, completed painting.
    -Other techniques
    to try - blotting withcreate a paper towel, salt, masking tape resist, use watercolor pencils or crayons, scraping off, etc.unique composition incorporating the elements of art?
    Pinterest Examples:
    https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/watercolor-resist-painting/?etslf=14805&eq=watercolor%20resist
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    Nature Scratch Art Drawing:
    Learning Targets:
    -The artist can create a nature scratch art design incorporating the elements of art: line, space, and texture - pattern into the final scratch art design.
    -Craftsmanship: The artist did a nice job scratching the final design.
    Tasks:
    1.) Create a line drawing nature idea to be scratched.
    2.) Transfer to rainbow scratchboard.
    3.) Scratch using a wooden stylus - nice and neatly, taking your time balancing color and black.
    https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/nature-scratchboard-art/?etslf=8797&eq=nature%20scratch%20__
    https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/non-objective-oil-pastels/?etslf=7914&eq=non-objective
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