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Still life

year 10
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Miss G Davidson

on 3 September 2013

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Transcript of Still life

Drawing and Still Life
What is Drawing?
The art of representing objects or forms on a surface chiefly by means of lines.
Still Life
What is it?
Still life is defined as a collection of inanimate objects arranged together in a specific way.
Some examples of Still Life's
Pencil /Graphite & Charcoal studies
Chrysanthemum, 1908–09. Charcoal on paper by Piet Mondrian
Pencil /Graphite & Charcoal studies
Jay Bastian
BY MATTHEW JAMES TAYLOR
Pencil /Graphite & Charcoal studies
Kurt D.Hollomon
'Afternoon Tea' by Sherry Bevins
Colouring pencil
Adisha Kariyawasam
Colouring pencil
Trish Murphy
Mengru Liang
Linda Rauch
Colouring Pencil
Colouring Pencil
by Helen E. H. Madden
Sarah Falzon
Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson
Collage
Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson
Collage
Painting
Vincent Van Gogh
Vincent Van Gogh
Painting
Kelley Somer
Kate Brinkworth 'Golden Coke'
Painting
Still Life in a new way...
Susan Murtaugh
Made on iPod touch with Sketchbook Mobile and pogo stylus.
Quotes by Betty Edwards
'Given good instruction, I firmly believe, anyone can learn to draw well.'


'Like reading, drawing seems to require instruction.'
'Drawing, like reading, improves thinking.'
Do you think you are good at drawing?
There are five components to good drawing
1. The perception of edges. This is also called contour drawing.
2. The perception of space. In art this is called looking at the negative spaces.
3. The perception of angles and proportion. This is called perspective.
4. The perception of lights and shadows, sometimes called shading.
5. The perception of the image as a whole.
Now it's your turn...
Learning Intentions
Today we will learn about...
The components of a successful drawing.
Still Life- What it is & how artists have created successful examples of Still Life.
How to create our own Still Life set up & draw this successfully.
Success Criteria
This is what I am looking for:
A visually interesting Still Life set up or Composition.
Evidence of looking & Drawing what you see.
'A drawing is simply a line going for a walk.'
Paul Klee
Drawing is a good size on the page - not too small.
Evidence of applying the five components of good drawing.
Painting
Daryl Gortner
Joel Penkman
Joel Penkman
Christina McLean
shoe study
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