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Composition and Collage Notes

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Transcript of Composition and Collage Notes

Color Collage
Portrait
I can create a portrait collage using one of the color wheel categories (complementary, split complementary, etc.)
Landscape
I can create a dynamic landscape collage using one of the color wheel categories.
Finished Collage you are Proud to say you created!!
Collage is derived from the French word coller, meaning to glue.

Collage is a technique of art production, where the artwork is made from an assemblage of different forms creating a new cohesive artwork.
Aldwyth
Collage and Copywright
Portfolio and Work
Learning Targets
Criteria 1 – (Standard 2.2)
I can use cool color magazine cut-outs to create a collage.

Criteria 2 – (Standard 2.2)
I can create a magazine collage that fills the negative space to develop a complex composition.

Criteria 3 – (Standard 3.3)
I can use words in a magazine collage that express qualities of cool colors.

Criteria 4 – (Standards 3.3)
I can select subject matter that communicates meaningful connections to my personality.

Criteria 5 –
I can use excellent craftsmanship in the creation of a magazine collage.

Today you will each participate in a Peer Critique. You may not critique your own collage!
I will count you off into groups of 5.
Please silently walk within the circle of tables and select a collage to critique. Stand in front of that work as you write (or go back to your seat after viewing the work to write).
Complete the entire Art Critque Form.
Turn your completed form into Mrs. Hawthorne at the end of the class period as you leave the room. Please do not try to turn it in sooner.
The critique will take you approximately 10 minutes – work on your Surrealist Collage when not critiquing.

Peer Critique
Formative Grade

Landscape

Good Collage Needs Help…Why?

Compositional Design

Keep in mind that the way in which you arrange your subject matter has a huge effect on the overall outcome of your art work. A work of art can be technically very well done but ruined because of a weak composition!

Portraits:
Good Collage Needs Help…Why?

Identify the different methods of variety used
by the artist to show contrast in this collage.

Complementary Colors

Surrealism
was a cultural movement that began in the early 1920s, and is best known for its visual artworks and writings. The aim was to "resolve the previously contradictory conditions of dream and reality." Artists painted unnerving, illogical scenes with photographic precision, created strange creatures from everyday objects and developed painting techniques that allowed the unconscious to express itself. Surrealist works feature the element of surprise, unexpected juxtapositions and non sequitur; however, many Surrealist artists and writers regard their work as an expression of the philosophical movement first and foremost, with the works being an artifact.


Think About It
How does this artist’s Artist Statement
relate back to what we have discussed with finding your ‘artistic voice’ and choice of subject matter?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FrOQC-zEog

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Tyee5d87c8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbO2_077ixs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hLBUkcFJoY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66jpwLSxZrw



1979: Pink Floyd, Comfortably Numb
2009: Matisyahu, One Day
1963: Sam Cooke, A Change is Gonna Come
2003: Toby Keith, American Soldier
2003: Jack Johnson, Cookie Jar




Today you will each participate in a Peer Critique. You may not critique your own collage!
I will count you off into groups of 5.
Please silently walk within the circle of tables and select a collage to critique. Stand in front of that work as you write (or go back to your seat after viewing the work to write).
Complete the entire Art Critque Form.
Turn your completed form into Mrs. Hawthorne at the end of the class period as you leave the room. Please do not try to turn it in sooner.
The critique will take you approximately 10 minutes – work on your Surrealist Collage when not critiquing.

Peer Critique
Formative Grade

http://www.ted.com/talks/erik_johansson_impossible_photography.html

Erik Johansson
creates realistic photos of impossible scenes -- capturing ideas, not moments. He is a self-taught photographer who learned how to retouch photos to make impossible and extraordinary images. Growing up with a grandmother who painted and a penchant for escaping into the other worlds of video games, he naturally blended the two into a technique using computers to generate images that couldn't be captured by a camera. He is a Swedish-born artist living in Berlin, Germany.

Prevalence of Ritual: Baptism

The Dove

Examples of What Not to Do

Collage
LEAVE NO TRACE!
Keep cut pieces in DIY envelope
Savable scraps in box lid
Non-savable pieces in trash
Magazines in boxes
Scissors in green box
Brushes washed
Glue covered
Has to be 75% changed from the original in order to become your own artwork

Your 1st and Last Name
Your Section

Process
1.
Get
a sheet of computer paper
2.
Write
on the back of the paper.
3.
Research
landscape or portait photographs as a resource image. (Found OR your own) IF found, be sure to take a screen shot to save it.
4.
Sketch
out your landscape/portrait with perspective and composition in mind!!
Process Cont.
5. On your sketch,
plan out
your colors by writing in the main areas.
6.
Start

looking through magazines
for your chosen colors.

Think outside of the box!
A man's skin tone could be great for mountains. A blue couch could be great for an ocean.

7.
Cut out
your colors into shapes that fit the area. EX: Curvy shapes for waves. Curved blades of grass.
8.
Figure out
gluing order and be sure to not leave any visible white paper


Process Cont.
Finish
gluing all areas down with your purchased glue stick.


Seal
with Mod Podge glue! It will dry clear...yes I am sure
Surreal Collage

Need a brain break from the color collage?
I can cleverly combine 2 seemingly different things/objects to create a surreal collage.

I can have 4 finished surreal collage combinations glued to a Citra Solv National Geographic page.


COMPOSITION!
1. Relationships
2. The Golden Ratio
3. Rule of Thirds
4. Implied Lines
5. Reinforce the Focal Point
Ines Kouidis
Kate Shaw
Jon Measures
Lubbesmeyer
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