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Demonstrate knowledge of color,
identify tints, shades, tones,
relate vocabulary and vary applications
understand color mixing procedures
What is Art?
Art is meaning-making.
Art is something that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing to our eyes.
Art is something that makes us more thoughtful and well-rounded humans.
Who are we?
Why are we here?
What is this crazy
place we live in?
How do we
feel about our lives, inside and out?
Art is the process and product through which
we explore our experiences in this world.
So, question for you: What is ART?
So, what is art?
Principles (the "hows")
Elements (the "whats")
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Evaluate the visual effects of color
Recognize color schemes in environment
Recognize the visual effects of color
Demonstrate knowledge of
split complimentary and triadic color schemes
Discuss color concepts amd theory,
apply color theory to their work
to create movement,
mood, depth or form,
justify use of color in artwork
Know that there is a variety of painting media,
know the difference between abstract and realism,
relate vocabulary to artwork, know that artists have individual styles
Classify painting techniques,
demonstrate knowledge of one painting style/technique, appreciate the styles and techniques of different painters
Develop technical painting skills
critique various painting techniques
Classify painting techniques
Recognize different movements in art
Recognize elements of design,
know that artists contribute to our society through careers as an artist, in advertising, the media, product, graphic and industrial design, architectural construction, environmental design, landscaping etc.
Demonstrate knowledge of design
by creating art
using elements and principles of design &
recognize works of individual artists
Differentiate between 2d and 3d work & between positive and negative space
Demonstrate sculptural skills creating a sculptural form
Recognize that sculpture can be found in many places, museums, homes, public buildings, parks
Identify sculptures displayed in their community
Visualize and draw a finished sculptural form
Understand how the viewer's eye is led around the work
Demonstrate that forms in art are created
with lines, shapes, spaces & values
Relate vocabulary to artwork
& items in their environment
Know that art reflects and records history
Know that artists generate and express ideas
according to their own experience
Use a ruler in layout
Recognize that composition is orderly and planned
Demonstrate drawing skills creating realistic drawing showing depth using perspective
Articulate an idea through medium
Explain how the viewer's eye is led
around a work of art
by the sculptural elements
Recognize that printmaking is an art form and relate it to the print process, differentiate between a print and a drawing, demonstrate print skills
Demonstrate repeated print images
know that there is a variety of printmaking techniques
Expand basic printmaking techniques
Students will compose a work of art using elements and principles, critique in writing the effectiveness of design and explain how the consumer design targets a certain audience.
Create a realistic drawing which exhibits knowledge of physical proportions and composition, use perspective, develop a compositioin,