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Paul Klee

EDE 202 Assignment 2
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Michele Brymner

on 6 February 2014

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Paul Klee (1879-1940)
Oil Pastels -
What do you look like?
Look in the mirror -

Draw your head - neck - shoulders

LOOK and DRAW........ LOOK and DRAW

DRAW YOUR -
Paper Mache Mask
Lets make
a 3-D
model of

our face

Paint

lots

of

coloured

squares

Cover
the

whole

page
Water colour painting


Collect from our table:-
Co
lou
red
Pa
per
Blow up balloon and tie knot
the Teacher can help you

Dip coloured paper into glue
Can you name the shapes?

Cover the balloon applying with brush. Do lots of layers, overlapping each other

Don't leave any gaps

What is your favourite hue?
Is it bright or dull?

Leave to dry
Your Face
Clean Up
Pour
rinse bowls into bucket

Soak
brushes, bowls, trays in the bucket

Wipe
down table
NOSE
is it long or short
MOUTH
is it thin or plump
EARS
do they stick out
HAIR
is it long or short
http://totallyhistory.com/paul-klee/
Paul Klee

[pronounced 'CLAY'] (1879-1940) - was a
Swiss born artist who became famous for his abstract style of art.
http://kids.britannica.com/comptons/art-55123/Switzerland
http://totallyhistory.com/paul-klee-paintings/
Set Up
"Scenecio"
Painted in 1922 is a portrait of a man
Notice the colours
Lines
Shapes
http://totallyhistory.com/paul-klee-paintings/
Glue on or Draw:-


c
R
a
Z
y

f
A
c
E

Eyes and eyebrows
Nose - mine is
fluffy, what about yours?
Mouth - are you
happy or sad today?
Hair - if you have curly hair, try twirling a pipe cleaner around a stick
Ears - do yours hide
under your hair or stick out?
Pack away
craft items
LOOK and DRAW
EYEBROWS
are they straight or arched
Notice the
different hues
where they meet
Can you make a secondary colour by blending two
primary colours?
Lets draw
"Tunisian gardens"
painted in 1919
http://totallyhistory.com/paul-klee-paintings/
Notice the colours
Shapes
Lines
our own
Self-Portrait
Set Up
Collect from our table:-
Water bowls and paper towels
Paint brushes
Water colour paints
Mirror
Paper
Oil Pastels
Does it change
the intensity?

Ma
che
Set Up - Stage 1
Collect from our table:-
Balloons
Coloured paper
Brushes
Glue
Set Up - Stage 2
Collect from our Table:-
Mixed materials
Glue
Nikko pens
Brushes
Sticks
Paul Klee loved to experiment with
colour and lines.
He was very good at music and by the age of seven Klee was playing the violin. At age eight he was given a box of sidewalk chalk by his grandmother and quickly discovered he liked to draw most.
Look at some of his paintings.
Pick one - can you explain what you see?

How does it make you feel?

Are the colours bright or dull?
Do you see any lines in the paintings?
Are the lines going horizontal or vertical?
Or are they curvy and squiggly?
Can you name the shapes?
Do they make you feel warm or cool?
What colours would you choose if you were to use cool colours?
What kind of lines can you see?
Are they straight or curvy?
How many shapes can you name?
I wonder what the man was thinking?
Can you point out the man's facial features?
EYES
are they big or little
If it's a painting of
gardens, what are
the colours about?
Can you see more than one shape?
What are those
things on the black
squares? Can you
describe them?
Let's add lots of colour to our
Self - Portrait
What happens if you
add water to the
colour?
DIP...WIPE...PAINT
Brighter
or
Duller?
Paper
1) Create the mask
2) Add facial features

Stage 1
Stage 2

Lets view our Self-Portraits.
Do you recognise someone?
Share how you knew it was them.
What made it different to your Self-Portrait?
Can you describe some of the lines they used?
Were they thick or thin?
Do you recognise any shapes?
(Google images, Prezi search)
Conclusion
Every Self-Portrait was different... that is what makes you unique and special.
Did you use curved lines because you have curly hair or did you draw straight vertical or horizontal lines?
Crazy face but special. This face says she has big sparkly eyes. What does her hair say? What did yours say about your hair?
Colours join to make new colours.... who can remember what they are called?
What art media did you like using best?
Lets review what we've created so far -
Can you name the elements that you
notice in each other's artwork?
Lets match these
Square
Round
Primary colour
Secondary colour
Rectangle
Horizontal
Curved
Triangle
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