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Islamic Art Printed Tiles

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Transcript of Islamic Art Printed Tiles

Islamic Art
History
Architecture
Media
Notes
Place your own picture
behind this frame!
Double click to crop it if necessary
Important
Details
(cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr
Mosaics
Calligraphy
Rugs and Carpets
Assets
map
details
doodles
notes
outlook
photo frame
Jerusalem
Dome of the Rock
Part of a 15th century ceramic panel
16th century Persian carpet
Ceramics
10th century dish
Battle scene
Painting
Calligraphy is a big part of Islamic culture. Pieces of the Koran or religious poetry are inscribed on pottery, tiles, and on the exteriors and interiors of important buildings.
Detailed and
intricate
designs are painted on to the walls of
mosques
and other buildings of importance.
There have also been found
manuscripts
with paintings of scenes from traditional Islamic
stories
.
Rugs are used often in Muslim life. Prayer rugs are commonly used daily so that they know they are on "clean ground".
Rugs are used also for floor coverings and decoration.
Ceramic is used for
tiles
and
dishes
. They are often decorated with
mosaics
of Islamic symbols.
Islamic architecture has been influenced by the Muslim
religion
and
culture
. The architecture is influenced by their beliefs and
way of life
.
The Arch soon became a
crucial
element in Islamic architecture. Beginning as a simple
arch
and then progressing to an arch with a
pointed
tip. Some are even more complex, having an
onion
shape or four points on the arch. Domes have also become a
trademark
Islamic piece of architecture.
The
oldest
Islamic piece of architecture was built in
691-692
. It's called Dome of the Rock (Qubbat al-Sakhrah) in Jerusalem. This building has religious significance to the Islamic people.
Domes
have also become a trademark Islamic piece of architecture. The dome has become recognized by others as an Islamic
symbol.
Mosques are
identified
by their domes. The architecture has changed over the years but the
prayer hall
has always stayed relatively the same. It is a very large
open
room (usually carpeted) with no furniture. This is where Muslims (numbers vary from 50 to 3000!) will often perform their
daily prayers
.
The Middle East is a region of Asia.
It is bordered by: Asia ,Europe ,Africa ,and the Mediterranean Sea.




Bahrain Cyprus Egypt Gaza Strip
Iran Iraq Israel Jordan
Kuwait Lebanon Oman Qatar
Saudi Arabia Syria Turkey United Arab Emirates
West Bank Yemen
Countries located in the Middle East
Islamic Tiles


Geometric shapes HAVE A NAME and forms usually have straight line and edges.

Ex. triangle, diamond, square, trapezoid, cylinder, pyramid, cube etc.
Although some have consistant curves.
Ex. circles, oval, & heart.
These are shapes you would find in mathematics!

In contrast,
organic shapes
are free-form, unpredictable and flowing in appearance.
They visually suggest the
natural world
of animals, plants, sky, sea,
geometric
and
organic shapes
Tile Project Examples Inspired By Islamic Art Tiles
Step 1.

Objectives:
Fold you paper into four a
four square grid.
Draw a radial design within the four boxes that shows geometric and organic shapes.
Radial Design- A circular design that is the same starting from the center and moving out.
After drawing your radial design, fold your paper to show your best smaller square.
Step 2
Objective:
6"
6"
3"
3"
Fold
Neatly transfer your drawn image onto your printing plate.
Once folded, you will have a 3 inch square. Incise what you see on your printing plate.
HINT: What you draw will be the paper color. What you leave alone will be the ink color.
Step 3
Printing!
What Is A Print?
http://www.moma.org/interactives/projects/2001/whatisaprint/flash.html
1st -Printing Stations- Choose contrasting paper and ink choices.
Vocab
Objectives:
*Roll appropriate amounts of ink.
*Work quickly but neatly
*Print with your plate positioned correctly. (arrow facing towards the center.
*Keep hands and workspace clean so you can pull clean prints.
Put an arrow on the back of your printing plate in the bottom right corner facing out. this will help you line up your design while printing.
printmaking
printing plate
Ink
brayer
pulling a print
Objective:

*Add oil pastel details with contrasting colors to continue showing a radial design.
*Show drawing control when outlining and coloring details.
*Show creative decision making.


Collaborative Activity=
Pairs Compare
Silently look at the 6 tiles in front of you. Decide on the one that you are most attracted to.

Go to the area of the room with your tile#

With a partner look for Organic, & Geometric shapes, and Radial design on
islamic tile.

Last 5 min. pairs will compare
to compare lists
and add to the overall
list

Think Pair Share
into a
Radial Design- A circular design that is
the same starting from the center and moving out.
Mosaic is the art of creating images with an assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials.
Step 2.
2nd- Prepare your paper with your name and "center dots" drawn by estimating the middle of your four designs.
3rd- Pull one print at a time by centering the star in the middle . Make changes when needed to improve your prints.
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