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Sarah Graham

Artist Research
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Mrs F

on 25 April 2016

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artist research
sarah graham
bright dark nature

detailed abstract bold mono-tone

fun large colourful realistic

mark-making contrast

collage paint blurred

charcoal stitching





Look at the keywords closely.
Select the keywords that you would most associate with Sarah Graham's work.
lesson starter
sarah graham
artist research
photorealism
portrait
5 minute plan
Look carefully at the work of Sarah Graham
Complete the 'Analysing an art work' sheet
to help you structure your artist research written work.
nod y wers
lesson objectives
You
must
show an understanding of Sarah Graham's work by describing the artwork in as much detail as you can using the sentence starter grid.

You should
show
a good understanding of her work by including a variety of key words, use accurate vocabulary and structure to describe her work.

You
could
show a clear and confident understanding when writing about the artwork, commenting on the artist’s intentions and meaning
and clearly state the possible connections to your own work. Including all the above criteria also.



success criteria
for writing about the artist
Write some facts about the artist’s life and background.
Comment on the ideas behind their work.
Describe
the artwork in as much
detail
as you can.
Use accurate
vocabulary
and
key words
when
describing
the work.
Offer your
own opinion
and
explain
your reasons.
Clearly
state the possible
connections
to your own work.
Analyse the artwork, commenting on the artist’s
intentions
and
meaning
.










half time evaluation
How familiar are you with
the success criteria?
1. Define what 'Use accurate
vocabulary
and
key words
when
describing
the work' means.
2. Give some examples of key words to describe the work of Sarah Graham.
3. Justify why you like or dislike the work of Sarah Graham. Remember to back up your judgments.
4. Define the meaning of '
Clearly
state the possible
connections
to your own work'
5. What does
Clearly
state the possible
connections
to your own work mean?
plenary
d.i.r.t
Reflect on the work you've completed this lesson.
Write a point for each:

WWW - What Went Well........
EBI - Even Better If.........

Pencil Drawing
Lesson Starter
Photographs
You
must
take at least 4 photgraphs
You
should
show influence by Sarah Graham
You
could
use different surfaces

Reflection
M (Motivate) - What was successful in your chosen photographs?

S (Strive) - How could you improve them?
Control the quality of the pencil line (press lightly)
Show a range of tones (from light to dark)
Words/lettering have been observed carefully
Range of tones have been blended evenly
Directional shading (follow the shape of object) used
Mark-making where required shows texture
Fine detail such as lettering, patterns and shapes have been drawn carefully
A range of tones and directional shading have been used to
create a sophisticated outcome

You have created an interesting and imaginative composition
based on the work of Sarah Graham.

success criteria
Lesson Objectives
You
SHOULD
blend your tones evenly with directional shading.

You
COULD
use carefully drawn fine detail to create a sophisticated outcome.

You have created an interesting and imaginative composition
based on the work of Sarah Graham.
With control of the pencil, you
MUST
show a range of tones in your drawings.
You
MUST
use good observational skills to enlarge your sweets to the correct scale and to carefully create your lettering.

QUESTIONS STARTER
BOYS
V's
GIRLS
Answer questions about Sarah Graham's work to gain points for your team.
Peer Assessment task -
Motivate (www) and strive (EBI)
My partner has successfully...
My partner could improve by...
Spot the 4 differences in Sarah Graham's work.
True or false game
1. Sarah Graham's work is bold.
2. Sarah Graham is a contempary artist.
3. Sarah Graham's work can be described as photorealism.
4. When sketching during this lesson, you need to start with darker tones.
With control of the pencil, you
MUST
show a range of tones in your drawings.

You
MUST
use good observational skills to enlarge your sweets to the correct scale and to carefully create your lettering.

You
SHOULD
blend your tones evenly with directional shading.

You
COULD
use carefully drawn fine detail to create a sophisticated outcome.

You have created an interesting and imaginative composition
based on the work of Sarah Graham.
Lesson Objectives
Control the quality of the pencil line (press lightly)
Show a range of tones (from light to dark)
Words/lettering have been observed carefully
Range of tones have been blended evenly
Directional shading (follow the shape of object) used
Mark-making where required shows texture
Fine detail such as lettering, patterns and shapes have been drawn carefully
Mark-making shows specific textures.
A range of tones and directional shading have been used to
create a sophisticated outcome

You have created an interesting and imaginative composition
based on the work of Sarah Graham.
Success Criteria
Self-Assessment
Control the quality of the pencil line (press lightly)
Show a range of tones (from light to dark)
Words/lettering have been observed carefully
Range of tones have been blended evenly
Directional shading (follow the shape of object) used
Mark-making where required shows texture
Fine detail such as lettering, patterns and shapes have been drawn carefully
Mark-making shows specific textures.
A range of tones and directional shading have been used to
create a sophisticated outcome

You have created an interesting and imaginative composition
based on the work of Sarah Graham
.
What I think I need to work on;
Pick 3 of the objectives.
Mathematic Finish
Boys: 70 +

Girls: 70 +

Difference between the teams:

Success Criteria
This lesson I must work on...
Target Setting

Control the quality of the pencil line (press lightly)
Show a range of tones (from light to dark)
Words/lettering have been observed carefully
Range of tones have been blended evenly
Directional shading (follow the shape of object) used
Mark-making where required shows texture
Fine detail such as lettering, patterns and shapes have been drawn carefully
Mark-making shows specific textures.
A range of tones and directional shading have been used to
create a sophisticated outcome

You have created an interesting and imaginative composition
based on the work of Sarah Graham
.
With control of the pencil, you
MUST
show a range of tones in your drawings.

You
MUST
use good observational skills to enlarge your sweets to the correct scale and to carefully create your lettering.

You
SHOULD
blend your tones evenly with directional shading.

You
COULD
use carefully drawn fine detail to create a sophisticated outcome.

You have created an interesting and imaginative composition
based on the work of Sarah Graham.
Lesson Objectives
Which shape is the odd one out?
Write one word on a post-it that you would use to describe Sarah Grahams work.
ACTION
What did you do this lesson to meet your target?
To meet my target this lesson I have...
Range of different...
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
WHAT IS THE PRODUCT BEHIND THE LETTERING?
Success Criteria
Control the use of pastels.
Use observational skills to create a colourful realistic image.
Use a range of tones (dark and light to help create light and shadow).
Mark-making when required
Blend tones evenly together
fine detail added carefully with pastels

For pastel work
for pencil work
With control of the pencil, you
MUST
show a range of tones in your drawings.

You
MUST
use good observational skills to enlarge your sweets to the correct scale and to carefully create your lettering.
You
SHOULD
blend your tones evenly with directional shading.

You
COULD
use carefully drawn fine detail to create a sophisticated outcome.

You have created an interesting and imaginative composition
based on the work of Sarah Graham.
Lesson Objectives
for pencil sketching
Lesson Objectives
for pastel work
You
must
use good observation skills to add a range of tones to your work.

You
should
blend your tones evenly creating light and shadow.

You
could
apply the pastels very carefully to add fine detail.
You have created an bold and realistic composition
based on the work of Sarah Graham.
A question will be picked out of a box.

I will select a group of people to answer the question, the answer will be written on their individual sheets.

Once you have answered a question write your name on your sheet and give it to miss as you leave the room.
11.
LOGO QUIZ
write down 1 to 11 in your book.
THINGS THAT ARE BETTer in colour than they are in black and white? and why????
All Class Questions
Post-it Answer
Advantages of using pastels?
disadvantages of using pastels?
What has been your stength in this project so far?
What have you found most challenging so far in this project and how did/will you overcome this challenge?
Which answer is false:
my work is like Sarah Grahams because...
A) I've started using bright colours.
B) it is also of sweets.
C) it's not very realsitic.

The most difficult thing about using pastels is...
In your opinion
A) having to press hard.
B) adding different tones.
C) adding fine detail.
D) observing the colours correctly.
The lesson objective I am going to concentrrate on today is...
Control the use of pastels.
Use observational skills to create a colourful realistic image.
Use a range of tones (dark and light to help create light and shadow).
Mark-making when required
Blend tones evenly together
fine detail added carefully with pastels
How much of this image is blue?
A) 10% B) 50%
C) 70 % D) 90%

Answer in full sentences.
A
B
C
D

Estimate the how many sweets are in the jar.
clue: its an ....... number
Write down 3 key peices of information that will help you when you start working.
Name: .............................. Date: ...........
Pupil Tip
Control the use of pastels.
Use observational skills to create a colourful realistic image.
Use a range of tones (dark and light to help create light and shadow).
Mark-making when required
Blend tones evenly together
fine detail added carefully with pastels
success criteria
clean up
Peer assessment
Control the use of pastels.
Use observational skills to create a colourful realistic image.
Use a range of tones (dark and light to help create light and shadow).
Mark-making when required
Blend tones evenly together
fine detail added carefully with pastels

motivate (WWW) and strive (EBI)
PICK ONE QUESTION TO ANSWER
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