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Watercolor Diptych

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Audrey Florey

on 16 September 2014

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Transcript of Watercolor Diptych

Watercolor Diptych
Geometric v. Organic
Project Goals
Create a geometric v. organic diptych
Use 6 watercolor techniques throughout
Use elements and principles to create a successful composition
Use non-objective or futurism as a source of inspiration
What is a diptych?
A diptych is a single drawing or painting in 2 parts
Geometric Painting
Organic Painting
Elements and Principles
Line
Color
Shape
Form
Space
Texture
Rhythm
Balance
Unity
Pattern
Emphasis
Harmony
Contrast
Proportion
Non-Objective Art/Artists
Artwork that does not represent or depict a person, place, or thing in the natural world
Focuses on formalism, an artworks visual elements rather than its subject
Kandinsky, Composition VII
Pollock, Mural
For Tomorrow...
Research art styles and artists
Pick elements and principles to focus on
Complete 4 sketches

Non-Objective Artists
Kandinsky, Pollock, Mondrian, Rothko, Malevich, Lawrence, Arp, de Kooning
STUDENT EXAMPLES
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