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Pop Art Sculpture!
Transcript of Pop Art Sculpture!
Develop skills in observational drawing
Refine skills with pencil
Refine skills in application of tonal values
Do you know your pop art artists?
Looking at Pop Art Sculpture...
To learn about the Pop Art movement
To consider the concepts and issues raised by the Pop Art movement.
To study the visual aspects of Popular culture.
To develop strong observational drawings skills
To develop conceptual thinking and design skills
To develop skills in sculptural techniques.
The Pop Art movement
Pop Art was a major Art movement of the 20th Century. It actually began in Britain in 1955 but is mainly associated with American artists.
Pop art and pop culture refers to the products of the mass media evolving in the late 1950s and 60s and also to the works of art that draw upon popular culture - packaging, television, advertisements, comic books, the cinema.
It was a time of enormous economic growth for the States and America was fast becoming a voracious consumer-orientated society.
To develop skills in the use of a wide variety of media , materials and tools.
To learn about the work of various Pop Art artists and sculptors.
To understand how to refine and evaluate you work and ideas.
Today you will learn:
What Popular culture is
To develop your observational drawing skills and develop your ability to use composition, shape and tone with skill.
Come up with a series of sketches of objects that relate to you.
Contemporary lifestyle and items that are well known and generally accepted, cultural patterns that are widespread within a population.
Make a list of every day objects that represent your culture and lifestyle…. In computer lab, research and print out visuals to help your sculpture design
The every day object
Roy Lichtenstein - sculpture
From the group of artists you have learnt about, choose one to study in more detail.
Produce an artist study sheet about your chosen artist.
Include at least two studies of their work, written facts and a title.
Consider the presentation of your sheet.
For homework you have been asked to bring in objects from home that represent current day popular culture. Think about how you may arrange these objects to draw from?
Task two – Observational studies
Select from a range of every day objects that you feel represent our day to day lives.
Objects could relate to the products we use, clothes we wear, things we do, items we use etc…
Create a range of detailed tonal studies of these objects.
Use a variety of media to experiment with various effects.
Consider the action words you have thought of. Choose two that you particularly like.
Considering the action words you have chosen create some simple sketches to explore you ideas for a sculpture.
Choose your two favourite ideas and present in more detail on an A2 sheet. Add colour and detail. Annotate your work, explaining your ideas.
Consider how Oldenburg has developed his ideas for his sculptures. Have a look at some of his initial sketches and drawings. How has he transformed these every day objects into visually interesting and sometimes humorous sculptures?
" Metamorphosis, or the transformation from one thing into another, is a key element in Oldenburg's work. He delights in taking something hard-edged and geometric and making it into something pliable and organic--or vice versa."
What makes a good design idea?
Choose your favorite design after a discussion with your teacher.
Begin with the basic structure of your sculpture
Add surface decoration
Finish by adding glaze.
Making your sculpture!
Do you know your pop art artists?
A style of art which explores the everyday imagery that is so much a part of contemporary consumer culture.
Common sources of imagery include advertisements, consumer product packaging, celebrity photographs, and comic strips.
We are going to photograph these objects today in an interesting arrangement.
You have 90seconds to draw the Coca Cola bottle - focus on out-lines only (no shading)
You have 120seconds to draw the Coca Cola bottle - focus on out-lines only (no shading)
Today we are going to refresh and improve our knowledge on
How much do you think you know about tonal values at the moment?
Below is a colour chart:
Red indicates you know very little about something, Amber means you know a little bit
Green means you are confident about it.
Using your colour swatches, hold up the colour that represents your thought on tonal values
Today we are going to refine and develop our knowledge of observational drawing
How confident do you think you are at observational drawing at the moment?
Below is a colour chart:
Red indicates you are not confident
Amber means you are fairly confident
Green means you are very confident
Using your colour swatches, hold up the colour that represents your feelings about carrying out a well proportioned, realistic observational drawing...
On a post - it note write down the grade you would like to be working towards so far on this project...
Go to the back table LOOK at the work
Taking your Still Life into Photoshop...
To develop skills in image manipulation using Adobe Photoshop
To develop skills in making digital Pop Art
Good morning Year 10!
Expectations for today:
1. To refine and complete Still Life observational drawing
2. To create some initial design ideas
Pop Art Body of Work Check List:
1. Still Life tonal pencil drawing
2. Photoshop Pop Art of your Still Life
3. Artist Reference
4. Design Ideas
5. Final Design
6. Ext. Final Design - showing different angles of your design
1. Research facts about your chosen Pop Artist and bring to class to add help you annotate your study sheet.
2. Bring in at least two object from home that you feel represent popular culture today.
3. Produce a mood board on the theme of Pop Art.
4. Produce a detailed tonal pencil study of a every day object.
5. Produce a detailed drawing of a graphical object such as a piece of food packaging. Add colour using your choice of media. Consider composition and tone.
6. Create a page based on action words. Explain how these could be used to help with the design ideas for their sculpture.
7. Choose your favourite design idea and draw out in your sketch book as your final design. Use annotation to interact with the design and describe what has influenced the design and how you intend to make it.
8. Write a 300 word essay on the Pop Art movement. You may use images and drawings to annotate
What items define being a child of the 80s
Detailed Sketch of your Object