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Art 8 - Mandala Color Theory

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Aim:

What is the color wheel?
Do Now:
List 6 colors you believe are found on the color wheel.
Color can be used to illustrate emotions. Artists have found that careful choice of colors can further enhance the message their work conveys.
Color wheels show how colors are related.
Primary, secondary, and tertiary colors are organized on a circular chart.
Color wheels are based on color theory, which is based on the physics of light.
PRIMARY COLORS
Primary colors are red,
blue
and
yellow.

Primary colors cannot be made from other colors.
SECONDARY COLORS
The secondary colors are green, orange and violet (purple). A secondary color is made by mixing two primary colors.

Each secondary color is made from the two primary colors on either side of it on the color wheel.
TERITIARY COLORS
Tertiary colors, are made by mixing a secondary and a primary color together.
Aim:
How will you use
shape
and
balance
to create your radial design?
Do Now:
List 4 shapes and draw them.
ELEMENT OF ART SHAPE
SHAPE:
The area enclosed by an outline.
TYPES OF SHAPE:
GEOMETRIC -
Can be measured mathematically.

ORGANIC -
Can't be measured!
Geometric or Organic?
Geometric or Organic?
Geometric or Organic?
Geometric or Organic?
PRINCIPLE OF ART: BALANCE
BALANCE:
The arrangment of elements so that no one part of a work overpowers any other part.
TYPES OF BALANCE:

SYMMETRY -
The exact duplication of appearances in mirrorlike repetition on either side of a central-axis.
TYPES OF BALANCE:
ASYMMETRY -
"Without symmetry" - Having unequal parts.
TYPES OF BALANCE:

RADIAL - Emanating (to spread out from) from the center.
CLASSWORK:

Watch teacher demonstration.
Begin creating your radial design choosing to use geometric or organic shape.
Can you guess what symmetry is?
Can you guess what
assymetry
is?
Can you guess what
radial symmetry
is?
How does this image show balance?
Closure:
1. What is the difference between geometric and organic shapes?

2. What is the difference between symmetrical balance and radial balance?
Aim:
How will you use repetition to create a radial design?
Do Now:

Draw 3 geometric shapes. Draw 3 organic shapes.
Element of art Balance:
Identify what types of balance are shown in these photographs.
Manadala:
From all the artists traditions of Tantric Buddhism, that of painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and exquisite. In Tibitan this are is called dul-tson-kyil-khor, which literally means "mandala of colored powders". Millions of grains of sand and laid into place on a flat platform over a period of days or weeks.
A sand mandala is ritualistically destroyed once it has been completed and its accompanying ceremonies and viewing are finished.
CLASSWORK:

Watch teacher demonstration.
Using your pie piece from yesterday, begin creating a radial design by flipping the piece and tracing until you have a completed radial design.
CLOSURE:
1. How are you using repetition in your design?

2. What type of balance are you creating in your design?

3. What was the reason Tibetan Monsks created Mandalas?
THINK CRITICALLY:
WHY DO YOU THINK TIBERTAN
MONKS WOULD CREATE THEIR MANDALAS USING SAND? IS IT PERMANANT? WHY WOULD THEY DESTROY IT?
How long do you think it would take to create a Sand Mandala?
Yellow-Green
Yellow-Orange
Red-Orange
Red-Violet
Blue-Violet
Blue-Green
Homework:
Draw your favorite Cartoon Character. List the colors used to create the character and identify what TYPE of colors they are. (Primary, Secondary, or Tertiary.)
Watch teacher demonstration.
Begin painting your color wheel. Begin by painting the primary colors. Then mix the primaries to achieve your secondary colors.
CLASSWORK
1. WHAT IS THE COLOR WHEEL?
2. WHAT ARE THE PRIMARY COLORS?
3. HOW DO YOU MAKE PRIMARY COLORS?
4. WHAT ARE THE SECONDARY COLORS?
5. HOW DID YOU MAKE SECONDARY COLORS TODAY?
CLOSURE
Aim:

How will you use primary colors to create tertiary colors?
Do Now:
List the primary and secondary colors. Describe how you create secondary colors.
Watch teacher demonstration.
Begin painting the tertiary colors on your color wheel worksheet.
Be neat - the color wheel worksheet will be counted as a
project grade!
CLASSWORK
Homework:
Draw your favorite Cartoon Character. List the colors used to create the character and identify what TYPE of colors they are. (Primary, Secondary, or Tertiary.)

1. How do you make a tertiary color?
2. What ratio do you use to make red-orange?
CLOSURE
Aim:

How will you use primary colors to create tertiary colors?
Do Now:
Identify what colors are shown in this painting. What type of colors are they?
Continue painting the tertiary colors including tints and shades on your color wheel worksheet.
Be neat - the color wheel worksheet will be counted as a
project grade!
CLASSWORK
1. NAME A SUPERHERO THAT WEARS PRIMARY COLORS.
2. NAME A SUPERHERO VILLAIN THAT WEARS SECONDARY COLORS.
CLOSURE
Aim:
HOW WILL YOU USE COLOR SCHEMES TO PAINT YOUR POP ART PORTRAIT?
Do Now:
What are the two dominant colors in this painting? Where are they found in relation to each other on the color wheel?
Van Gogh, La Berceuse
Homework:
Draw a pair of your favorite laced shoes. Color your shoes in with secondary colors ONLY. Due Friday.
COMPLEMENTARY COLORS
Colors that are of "opposite" hue. They are found across from each other on the color wheel.
Complete the color scheme worksheet using your notes and your color wheel.
Complete the worksheet using colored pencils.
CLASSWORK
1. WHAT IS A COLOR SCHEME?
2. WHAT IS A COMPLEMENTARY COLOR SCHEME?
3. WHAT IS AN ANALOGOUS COLOR SCHEME?
4. WHAT IS A SPLIT COMPLEMENTARY COLOR SCHEME?
CLOSURE
Aim:
How do you neatly paint your Mandala?
Do Now:
Name two sports teams whose team colors are complementary.
Homework:
Draw a pair of your favorite laced shoes. Color your shoes in with secondary colors ONLY. Due Friday.
1. FIND TWO PEOPLE IN THE CLASSROOM WHO ARE WEARING COMPLEMENTARY COLORS
.
2. WHERE ARE COMPLEMENTARY COLORS FOUND ON THE COLOR WHEEL?
3. WHAT ARE SOME TECNIQUES YOU ARE USING TO ENSURE YOUR PAINT EDGES ARE CRISP?
CLOSURE

Choose a complimentary color scheme. Begin painting the inside section of your Mandala using the chosen color scheme.
Make sure your edges are crisp by keeping you brush steady and your hand grounded.
CLASSWORK
Homework:
Draw a pair of your favorite laced shoes. Color your shoes in with secondary colors ONLY. Due Friday.

Watch a teacher demonstration.
Begin painting your first color on your Pop Art Portrait.
CLASSWORK
1. WHAT IS A MONOCHROMATIC COLOR SCHEME?
2.
WHAT IS A TRIAD COLOR SCHEME?
3. WHAT ARE SOME TECHNIQUES YOU ARE USING TO ENSURE YOUR PAINT EDGES ARE CRISP?
CLOSURE
Aim:
How are different colors related?
Do Now:
Take a guess!! What are analagous colors?
ANALOGOUS COLORS
Colors that are adjacent to each other on the color wheel.
Homework:
Draw a pair of your favorite laced shoes. Color your shoes in with secondary colors ONLY. Due TOMORROW!

Choose an analogous color scheme. Begin painting the middle section of your Mandala using the chosen colors.
Make sure your edges are crisp by keeping you brush steady and your hand grounded.
CLASSWORK
1. HOW ARE ANALOGOUS COLORS RELATED ON THE COLOR WHEEL?
2. NAME A GROUP OF ANALOGOUS COLORS.
3. CAN ORANGE AND GREEN BE FOUND IN THE SAME ANALOGOUS COLOR SCHEME?
CLOSURE
Aim:
HOW DO WE UNDERSTAND COLOR RELATIONSHIPS?
Do Now:

LIST 3 ANALOGOUS COLORS.

Choose an analogous color scheme. Begin painting the middle section of your Mandala using the chosen colors.
Make sure your edges are crisp by keeping you brush steady and your hand grounded.
CLASSWORK
1. WHERE ARE ANALOGOUS COLORS IN RELATIONSHIP TO EACH OTHER ON THE COLOR WHEEL?
2. HOW DO WE DETERMINE HOW
COLORS ARE RELATED?
3. CAN THE COLOR WHEEL BE MIXED UP, SAY BY CHANGING WHERE THE COLORS ARE ON THE WHEEL? WHY OR WHY NOT?
CLOSURE
COLOR SCHEME
A GROUP OF COLORS SPECIFICALLY RELATED ON THE COLOR WHEEL.
Aim:
What is a Monochormatic color scheme?
Do Now:

List 3 words that start with MONO

Continue painting the middle section of your Mandala using the chosen analogous color scheme.
If you are finished with the middle section begin painting the outer section of your Mandala using a MONOCHROMATIC color scheme.
CLASSWORK
1. WHAT IS A MONOCHROMATIC COLOR SCHEME?
2. WHAT IS VALUE?
3. WHAT ARE TWO DIFFERENT WAYS YOU CAN CREATE DIFFERENT VALUES OF COLOR?
CLOSURE

MONO = ONE
CHROMATIC = COLOR
MONOCHROMATIC
HOW IS THIS PAINTING MONOCHROMATIC? HOW MANY DIFFERENT BLUES CAN YOU FIND?
ELEMENT OF DESIGN
VALUE
VALUE = THE LIGHTNESS AND DARKNESS OF A COLOR (HUE)
CREATING VALUE
Add white
Add black
DRAW AND COLOR A SUPERHERO THAT HAS A COLOR SCHEME OF COMPLIMENTARY, ANALOGOUS OR MONOCHROMATIC.
HOMEWORK
Aim:
How do you continue to paint using Monochromatic colors?
Do Now:
Name what color schemes are shown below.
3.
2.
1.
DRAW AND COLOR A SUPERHERO THAT HAS A COLOR SCHEME OF COMPLIMENTARY, ANALOGOUS OR MONOCHROMATIC.
HOMEWORK
CREATING VALUE
Add white
Add black
Aim:
How do you continue to paint using Monochromatic colors?
Do Now:
How do you create a tint? How do you create a shade?
CREATING VALUE
Add white
Add black
DRAW AND COLOR A SUPERHERO THAT HAS A COLOR SCHEME OF COMPLIMENTARY, ANALOGOUS OR MONOCHROMATIC.
HOMEWORK
Aim:
How will we review for your quiz tomorrow?
Do Now:
List 4 Elements of Art that you have learned so far.
CREATING VALUE
Add white
Add black
Line
Shape
Balance
Color

Line
: a point moving through space.

Squiggly
Straight
Horizontal
ZigZag
Shape:
an enclosed space.

Organic
Geometric
Color:
Hue

Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Tertiary Colors
Tint
Shade
Color Scheme:
A group of colors.

Complementary
Analogous
Monochromatic
Aim:
How do you test your knowledge of the Elements of Art?
Do Now:
1. Take out your homework.
2. List any questions about the test.
Aim:

How will you use the primary colors to create secondary colors?
Do Now:
What are the primary colors? How are they made?
Watch teacher demonstration.
Mix the primaries to achieve your secondary colors.
Add white to your color to achieve a tint.
Add black to your color to achieve a shade.
CLASSWORK
Blue-Green
:
Blue
+
Blue
+
Blue
+
Yellow
= 3 parts blue - 1 part yellow
Yellow-Green
:
Yellow
+
Yellow
+
Yellow

+
Blue
= 3 parts yellow - 1 part blue
Red-Orange: Red + Red + Red +
Yellow
= 3 parts Red - 1 part yellow
Red-Violet
: Red + Red + Red +
Blue
= 3 parts Red - 1 part Blue
Blue-Violet
:
Blue
+
Blue
+
Blue
+ Red = 3 parts Blue - 1 Part Red
Yellow-Orange
:
Yellow
+
Yellow
+
Yellow

+

Red = 3 parts yellow - 1 part red
Tertiary Colors
Green
: 1 Part
blue
- 1 part
yellow
Violet
: 1 parts red - 1 part
blue
Orange
: 1 part red - 1 part
yellow
Mixing Secondary colors
Tint (of color) - A color produced by mixing white with a hue.
Shade (of color) - A color produced by mixing black with a hue.
COLOR = HUE
What is a tint? How do you create a tint?
What is a shade? How do you create a shade?
CLOSURE
CREATING VALUE
Add white
Add black
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Wednesday March 13, 2013
Thursday March 14, 2013
Aim:

How will you use primary colors to create tertiary colors?
Do Now:
1. Take out your homework. Identify what colors are shown in this painting. What type of colors are they?
Friday March 15, 2013
Blue-Green
:
Blue
+
Blue
+
Yellow
= 2 parts blue - 1 part yellow
Yellow-Green
:
Yellow
+
Yellow
+
Blue
= 2 parts yellow - 1 part blue
Red-Orange: Red + Red +
Yellow
= 2 parts Red - 1 part yellow
Red-Violet
: Red + Red +
Blue
= 2 parts Red - 1 part Blue
Blue-Violet
:
Blue
+
Blue
+ Red = 2 parts Blue - 1 Part Red
Yellow-Orange
:
Yellow
+
Yellow
+ Red = 2 parts yellow - 1 part red
Tertiary Colors
Continue painting the tertiary colors including tints and shades on your color wheel worksheet.
Be neat - the color wheel worksheet will be counted as a
project grade!
CLASSWORK
1. WHAT IS ANOTHER NAME FOR COLOR?
2. WHAT ARE THE PRIMARY COLORS?
3. WHAT ARE THE SECONDARY COLORS?
4. WHAT ARE THE TERTIARY COLORS?
5. HOW DO YOU CREATE A SECONDARY COLOR?
6. HOW DO YOU CREATE A TERTIARY COLOR?
7. HOW DO YOU CREATE A TINT?
8. HOW DO YOU CREATE A SHADE?
EXIT CARDS
QUIZ GRADE
Piet Mondrian, Broadway
Vincent van Gogh, Self Portrait
Monday March 11, 2013
Aim:

How will you use primary colors to create tertiary colors?
Do Now:
How do you make red-orange? How do you make yellow-orange? How do you make blue-green?
Monday March 18, 2013
Blue-Green
:
Blue
+
Blue
+
Yellow
= 2 parts blue - 1 part yellow
Yellow-Green
:
Yellow
+
Yellow
+
Blue
= 2 parts yellow - 1 part blue
Red-Orange: Red + Red +
Yellow
= 2 parts Red - 1 part yellow
Red-Violet
: Red + Red +
Blue
= 2 parts Red - 1 part Blue
Blue-Violet
:
Blue
+
Blue
+ Red = 2 parts Blue - 1 Part Red
Yellow-Orange
:
Yellow
+
Yellow
+ Red = 2 parts yellow - 1 part red
Tertiary Colors
1. WHAT IS ANOTHER NAME FOR COLOR?
2. WHAT ARE THE PRIMARY COLORS?
3. WHAT ARE THE SECONDARY COLORS?
4. WHAT ARE THE TERTIARY COLORS?
5. HOW DO YOU CREATE A SECONDARY COLOR?
6. HOW DO YOU CREATE A TERTIARY COLOR?
7. HOW DO YOU CREATE A TINT?
8. HOW DO YOU CREATE A SHADE?
EXIT CARDS
QUIZ GRADE
Friday April 8, 2016
Wednesday - March 20, 2013
What type of balance is shown in this photograph? How do you know?
What type of balance is shown in this photograph? How do you know?
Element of art Shape:
Identify what types of shape are shown in these paintings.
What type of shapes are utilized in this painting?
What type of shapes are utilized in this painting? How do you know?
Homework:
Design an earth day
t-shirt. DUE FRIDAY.
Colors are limited to BLUE, GREEN & BLACK
Homework:
Draw your favorite cartoon character. Color the character with primary colors ONLY. Due Friday!
Homework:
Draw your favorite cartoon character. Color the character with primary colors ONLY. Due Friday!
ANALOGOUS COLORS
Colors that are adjacent to each other on the color wheel.

MONO = ONE
CHROMATIC = COLOR
MONOCHROMATIC
HOW IS THIS PAINTING MONOCHROMATIC? HOW MANY DIFFERENT BLUES CAN YOU FIND?
TRIAD COLORS
This color scheme uses colors that are evenly spaced on the color wheel.
SPLIT COMPLEMENTARY
A variation of complementary. It uses the two colors adjacent to its complement.
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Homework:
Draw your favorite cartoon character. Color the character with primary colors ONLY. Due Friday!
Homework:
Draw your favorite cartoon character. Color the character with primary colors ONLY. Due Friday!
Aim:
How will you begin painting your radial design using one color from your color scheme.
Do Now:

What is an analogous color scheme? Name a group of colors within an analogous color scheme.
Monday - October 22, 2012
Homework:
Follow along and label your color wheel.
Draw your favorite Cartoon Character. List the colors used to create the character and identify what TYPE of colors they are. (Primary, Secondary, or Tertiary.)
Notice that the Tertiary color names begin with a primary color!
CLASSWORK:

Watch teacher demonstration.
Begin creating your radial design choosing to use geometric or organic shape.
Complete your pie piece design.
Aim:
How will you transfer your radial design to your project paper?
Do Now:

Using the word bank, describe this work of art.
Thursday - March 21, 2013
CLASSWORK:

Watch teacher demonstration.
After completing your radial design on tracing paper, transfer your design onto project paper.
In Progress class critique
1. What type of shapes is this artist using in their design?

2. What happens to the shapes when they are combined?

3. Did the design come out different than you expected?
Homework:
Design an earth day
t-shirt. DUE FRIDAY.
Colors are limited to BLUE, GREEN & BLACK
Word Bank
Radial
Balance
Color
Warm Colors
Cool Colors
Value
Aim:
How will you transfer your radial design to your project paper?
Do Now:

1. Design a new school desk on the paper provided.
2. Keep binders out for binder check.
Friday March 22, 2013
Criteria
Student used either geometric or organic shapes.
Design is radial and complete.
Limited negative space.
Design is original and creative.
Mandala critique.
1. What do you like about this design?
2. What grabs your attention first?
3. What type of shapes are used in this design?
4. Did the artist create an interesting piece? How?
CLASSWORK:
Complete the transfer of your design onto project paper.
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