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Color Theory

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Color
Theory Standards: Bellringer: Color Theory
Definitions Color theory explains harmonious relationships between colors. National Standards For Art Education MONOCHROMATIC uses one color with black or white added to produce a range of values. Drawing:
Thoughts, Reasons & Warm-Ups Drawing is one of the most
basic of all art skills.
Drawing is essential to all
art disciplines. Sketchbook EXPLORING VALUE Bellringer: Get out your binder and your sketchbook. Start your notes for the day by answering these questions.

Why is drawing considered a
visual language?
What does "upside-down" drawing
force you to do? Standards: National Standards For Art Education 4.1 Demonstrate an understanding of how historical and contemporary works of art reflect and influence societies and cultures.
4.3 Investigate how history and culture have and will influence the production of art.
1.1 Demonstrate the use of knowledge and technical skills in at least one specific medium. 4.1 Demonstrate an understanding of how historical and contemporary works of art reflect and influence societies and cultures.
4.3 Investigate how history and culture have and will influence the production of art.
1.1 Demonstrate the use of knowledge and technical skills in at least one specific medium. The Most Basic
of All Art Skills from pre-historic to present day Drawing Can Communicate Experiences memories, feelings, impulses, dreams, emotions Masato Yamashita, The Unforgettable Fire, 1981 Different Intent;
Shared Feelings of Life drawing helps us to interpret our experiences Tassili-n-Ajjer, Algeria, Prehistoric grafitti, Tehran, Iran drawing helps us to interpret our experiences Tassili-n-Ajjer, Algeria, Prehistoric grafitti, Tehran, Iran Four Purposes of Drawings generally we can classify drawings into four categories 1. investigate and study the real world; the visible, tangible world

2. record objects and events

3. communicate ideas

4. records of memory: a way of keeping impressions and ideas, a way of making our imagination VISIBLE. The Sketch:
A Series of Warm-Ups the sketch has been the traditional first step towards a finished drawing Blog Assignment: due by NEXT CLASS Identify and describe examples that show the four purposes of drawings. You need to find one example for each of the four purposes of drawings. They need to be different. You need to label each one accordingly. You may upload a picture if that helps to describe it. Drawing:
Turning Edges
Into Objects Drawing Purpose Number 2:
Record Objects and Events Four Purposes of Drawings generally we can classify drawings into four categories 1. investigate and study the real world; the visible, tangible world

2. record objects and events

3. communicate ideas

4. records of memory: a way of keeping impressions and ideas, a way of making our imagination VISIBLE. Bellringer: Get out your sketchbooks, parent signature sheet, supply fee, and binders!

All are due to day; points will be taken off starting today if you are not prepared. History of
Color Theory
COLOR WHEEL:
first developed by Sir Isaac Newton
in the 1600s. USING A PRISM: he split white sunlight into red, orange, yellow, green and blue beams what else do we give
Newton credit for developing? Sir Isaac Newton
MATHEMATICS OPTICAL DISCOVERIES what else do we give
Newton credit for developing? LAW OF MOTION LAW OF GRAVITY TELESCOPE Psychological
Effects of Color
Psychological
Effects of Color
cool colors:
colder feelings,
moody, weakness,
sad warm colors:
warmer feelings,
happy, excited,
cheerfulness Marc Chagall, Les Amants Bleu, 1914 Pablo Picasso, The Tragedy, 1908 Color Theory
Definitions ANALOGOUS color scheme is three “neighbor” colors, positioned next to each on the color wheel. Vincent VanGogh, Irises, 1889 Henri Rousseau, The Snake Charmer,1907 Color Theory
Definitions COMPLEMENTARY color scheme is made of two colors opposite each other on the color wheel. Paul Cezanne, Still LIfe With Onions, 1898 Gustave Caillebotte, Au Balcon, 1880 1.1 Demonstrate the use of knowledge and technical skills in at least one specific medium.

2.1 Demonstrate an understanding of the elements of art and the principles of design.

5.1 Reflect on the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others. Get your sketchbook and notes out! Draw and color a rainbow
using 8 different colors. write at least 3 words
that describe what you
feel or think write at least 3 words
that describe what you
feel or think SKETCHBOOK:
Draw your own color wheel:
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