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Wednesday, November 15

  1. page *Introduction to Art edited ... PINTEREST LINK of EXAMPLES: https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/black-out-poetry-art/?eq=black…
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    PINTEREST LINK of EXAMPLES:
    https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/black-out-poetry-art/?eq=black&etslf=3793
    Black Out Poetry- How to and tips:
    http://thefreewoman.com/how-to-create-blackout-poetry/
    http://www.powerpoetry.org/actions/5-tips-creating-blackout-poetry
    http://suzenart.blogspot.com/p/blackout-poetry.html

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Tuesday, November 14

  1. page *Collaborative Art edited ... *Wood- burn designs *Optional - painting ___ Painted Rocks: S.1. The artist can understan…
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    *Wood- burn designs
    *Optional - painting
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    Painted Rocks:
    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
    *The artist can collaboratively create unique rocks to be included in garden spaces around the school.
    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)
    *The final rocks were easy to understand with care and time put into them.
    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)
    *The artist practiced techniques building on skills.
    *The artist researched and planned out ideas.
    *The artist collaborated with others for the final class 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 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)
    Resources and examples:

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Thursday, November 2

  1. page *Introduction to Art edited ... Difference between abstract art and non-objective art. https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-diff…
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    Difference between abstract art and non-objective art.
    https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-abstract-and-non-objective-art
    How to tell good abstract art:
    https://keetonsonline.wordpress.com/2015/01/19/how-to-tell-good-abstract-art-from-bad/

    2.) Practice Oil pastel techniques of blending
    - with pastels - using them to blend
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Tuesday, October 31

  1. page *Introduction to Art edited ... http://thevirtualinstructor.com/color-theory-for-highlights-shadows.html http://thevirtualins…
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    http://thevirtualinstructor.com/color-theory-for-highlights-shadows.html
    http://thevirtualinstructor.com/members/interactive-color-wheel/
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    each forms.
    -Use a viewfinder to crop down your subject
    3.) Final drawing - take a photo of part of a manikin- using your flash so you can see shadows and reflections - the camera will be your view finder. From looking at your 3D white form subject, sketch outline shapes on a piece of paper utilizing most of the space with a white charcoal or pastel pencil.
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    Oil Pastel Drawing Series:
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    series of twoTWO finished 9x12
    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)
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    series of twoTWO finished 9x12
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    oil pastel
    drawings
    drawings and a
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    of the
    elements
    elements of art.
    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)
    *Incorporate the element of art and principles of design effectively. (ex. incorporates value and form using pencil)
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    https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/oil-pastels/
    https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/oil-pastel-drawings/
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    Blacked Out Poetry:Blacked Out Poetry:
    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 "blacked out poetry" piece creating layers to the final piece by adding images, designs, text, etc. to the blocked out story created.
    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 into the design.
    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)
    PINTEREST LINK of EXAMPLES:
    https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/black-out-poetry-art/?eq=black&etslf=3793
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    POSTAGE STAMP - End of SEMESTER PROJECT
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    Also include at least 2 other questions you have for your survey.
    *Share your survey ideas with Mrs. Comer prior to sending them out or surveying your audience.
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    Stamp Design Presentation Due Dec. 14th:Presentation:
    Learning Targets:
    (S.1.2.) The artist created a digital presentation including an Expository writing piece incorporating all writing pieces.
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    4.) Add a photo and reflection of it to your blog once final project is completed.
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    Blacked Out Poetry:Blacked Out Poetry:
    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 "blacked out poetry" piece creating layers to the final piece by adding images, designs, text, etc. to the blocked out story created.
    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 into the design.
    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)
    PINTEREST LINK of EXAMPLES:
    https://www.pinterest.com/rcomer03/black-out-poetry-art/?eq=black&etslf=3793

    Clay-mation- stop action video:
    Clay-mation other wise know as Stop Action Animation-http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clay_animationhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stop_motion
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Monday, October 30

  1. page *3D Art edited ... Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1kLsmFdA4w https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5OVJlv…
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    Videos:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1kLsmFdA4w
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5OVJlvvF5U
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YB6GFo0M92g
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Friday, October 27

  1. page *3D Art edited ... {Screen Shot 2014-11-03 at 9.48.49 AM.png} Creative Coil Pot: ... min. of 8 6 inches t…
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    Creative Coil Pot:
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    min. of 86 inches tall.
    3D ART STANDARDS:
    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)
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    min. of 86 inches tall.
    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)
    -The final piece was finished as intended without rough edges and was glazed.
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    Videos:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1kLsmFdA4w
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5OVJlvvF5U
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YB6GFo0M92g
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Wednesday, October 25

  1. page *Introduction to Art edited ... S.4. The artist can reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and t…
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    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)
    Tasks:
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    Information and examples-
    Warm
    examples and sticky notes - 1 note: something you already knew about, 1 note: something that was new to hear.
    Color Theory and Warm
    vs. Cool
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    and shades)
    http://thevirtualinstructor.com/Color.html

    http://thevirtualinstructor.com/color-theory-for-highlights-shadows.html
    http://thevirtualinstructor.com/members/interactive-color-wheel/
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    each forms.
    -Use a viewfinder to crop down your subject

    3.) Final drawing - take a photo of part of a manikin- using your flash so you can see shadows and reflections - the camera will be your view finder. From looking
    4.) Look closely at shadows and reflections where light is or is not present.
    5.) Where you see light reflections add some warm colors (yellows, oranges, reds) where shadows are present add cool colors (blues, greens, purples). Could use 1-2 cool and warm colors in each area besides white. Don't overdue the color or it will look like the white forms are not actually white.
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Tuesday, October 24

  1. page *Introduction to Art edited ... Warm vs. Cool Colors - (highlights - tints and shadows and shades) http://thevirtualinstructo…
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    Warm vs. Cool Colors - (highlights - tints and shadows and shades)
    http://thevirtualinstructor.com/color-theory-for-highlights-shadows.html
    http://thevirtualinstructor.com/members/interactive-color-wheel/
    2.) Practice drawing and shading manikin form with chalk pastels on brown paper so you see each forms.
    3.) From looking at your 3D white form subject, sketch outline shapes on a piece of paper utilizing most of the space with a white charcoal or pastel pencil.
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    11:42 am

Friday, October 20

  1. page *Introduction to Art edited ... Warm vs. Cool Colors - (highlights - tints and shadows and shades) http://thevirtualinstructo…
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    Warm vs. Cool Colors - (highlights - tints and shadows and shades)
    http://thevirtualinstructor.com/color-theory-for-highlights-shadows.html
    2.) Practice drawing and shading manikin form with an chalk pastels
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    you see whiteeach forms.
    3.) From looking at your 3D white form subject, sketch outline shapes on a piece of paper utilizing most of the space with a white charcoal or pastel pencil.
    4.) Look closely at shadows and reflections where light is or is not present.
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    11:14 am
  2. page *Introduction to Art edited ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRTH35O6hNg&index=1&list=PL4eeOkZl2vmH4d2ezHvJMY8mWNI6…
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRTH35O6hNg&index=1&list=PL4eeOkZl2vmH4d2ezHvJMY8mWNI6OFxHI
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    CHALK PASTEL MANIKIN CHALLENGE:
    The artist can create a finished and proportionate chalk pastel drawing of basic manikin forms incorporating value with warm and cool colors to show reflections and shadows.
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    9:33 am

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