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art in action georgia okeeffe

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on 21 November 2013

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Transcript of art in action georgia okeeffe

Backround
She was born in Wisconsin in 1887. When she was 10 she decided to be a painter. soon her friend discovered her talent and showed her art to a gallery owner in New York. She then became famous.
What we will learn
We will learn the ways she enlarged and simplified nature and how she used
color
shape
line
texture and form
to show flowers.

We will also learn
radial symmetry
and how to blend oil pastels to create new colors and show form.
1887-1986
Georgia O'Keeffe
Inspiration
Georgia was inspired by the many different forms of nature. most of her important paintings are simple little objects that are enlarged to
big
proportions. Although her paintings were very
realistic
she was also beginning to do
abstract
as well.
Present
Because she was one of the first to make
abstract
paintings of natural objects, Georgia O'Keeffe has become one of America's most respected artists.
Art in
Action

Have
fun
Painting!
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"When you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it's your world for the moment. I want to give that world to someone else."

– Georgia O'Keeffe
using
complimentary
colors
radial symmetry
http://www.artinaction.org/lesson/Directions/id/43
let's watch the video
draw it BIG
but with LOTS OF DETAILS
use analogous colors
add shading and highlight
paint background with
complimentary color or
contrasting color
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