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Mosaic Collage Landscapes

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Melissa Vanderslice

on 1 October 2018

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Transcript of Mosaic Collage Landscapes

Inspired by
Vincent Van Gogh, Ansel Adams,
Paul Cezanne
& Romare Bearden

Mosaic Collage Landscapes
Vincent Van Gogh Landscapes
Romare Bearden
Born in North Carolina he's an American collage artist best known for images of street life in Harlem, New York. Many of his city collages are inspired by his memories, literature, African American culture and Jazz & Blues music.
Ansel Adams
Day 1 -Objectives:
SKETCH 4 ideas for the basic layout of a landscape.
Show space/depth by including...
A)Horizon line
B)Foreground-Middle ground-Background-*Change the SIZE of objects

Dutch Post Impressionistic Painter
Known for his use of thick line and
showing how light it seen.

?........Do You See.........?
Visible brush strokes
Variety of
Color and line that show
of specific colors
An American Photographer
best known for his black and white photographs of the West.
"It is easy to take a photograph, but it is harder to make a masterpiece in photography than in any other art medium."
Mosaic Landscape Mastery Objectives
Define Landscape and Mosaic
Compare and contast the style of different artist's landscapes.
Design a landscape of choice that shows:
-A horizon line,foreground,middle ground, & background.
Decide on landscape and draw details to convey your theme.
Use various values of choose colors to show detail and add depth.
Neatly cut mosaic shapes.
Assemble mosaic shapes to show detail, contrast, and movement.

Compare and Contrast the Artists
How would you describe each artist's style?
What is the same?
What is different?
Which artist's work do you prefer? Why?

Paul Cezanne
A french post impressionist painter.
He used planes of color and small brushstrokes that build up to form complex fields.
Horizon Line
Background, Middle Ground, and Foreground Horizon line
Vincent Van Gogh, Ansel Adams,
Paul Cezanne, & Romare Bearden

* Cut differently for each section!
Re-draw your chosen sketch onto good paper. Then color code your drawing- (just a light coloring of your color choices)
Tear out magazine PAGES of the colors you choose.
Find many values of each color.
..if it's a large area of color you will need many sheets
(5-7 sheets). Small area (2-3 sheets)
Day 2 Objectives
1.Cut about 8 VALUES of one color.
2.Cut consistently and in stacks.
3.Neatly glue that one section's mosaic pieces.
Step 3 objectives:
Magazine Pages and
Cutting Objectives
Vincent Van Gogh
Romare Bearden
Paul Cezanne
Ansel Adams
Carolee Clark
Step 4 Objectives
Add details by:
1. Finding images to add.
2. Building objects through the
use of cut shapes.
Collage- French for "to paste" papers down.
Mosaic- A bunch of small tiles or pieces of glass plastic, paper put together to form an image.
French for "to paste" papers down
Mosaic- A bunch of small tiles or pieces of glass plastic, paper put together to form an image.
Clark grew up in British Columbia. Her family would spend the hot summers at their cabin on the lake, where Clark and her two sisters would draw while her mother painted on the shoreline.

Clark recalls, “I have been exposed to art my entire life. My mom had her paintings around the house and she enjoyed sharing the experience of creating artwork with her daughters. I always had crayons and pencils in my hand, and I loved it.”

She became a business owner to start and did art on the side. Once she realized she could make a living as an artist she began pursing her painting as a living.
Carolle Clarke
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