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Optical Illusions

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Laura Klein

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Transcript of Optical Illusions

Optical Illusions
1/28/16
Goal of the Day: How can an artist use line and value to create an optical illusion drawing?
Do Now: Answer this question in your SKETCHBOOKS using full sentences:


"Drawing is deception."
-M.C. Escher


Can a drawing have the ability to "trick" the mind? Why or why not?
4/16/15 Goal of the Week:
How can analyzing the work of M.C. Escher help us to understand the process of creating an optical illusion? (op art)
5/6/14
Goal of the Week:
How can we use LINE, VALUE, and PATTERN to create an optical illusion?
DO NOW
Take out a sharpened pencil, your sketchbook if you would like to practice sketching, and get a ruler.
Drawings will be handed out momentarily.
Conclusion
Ms. Klein's Grade 6 Class
"Drawing Hands" 1958
"Hand with Reflecting Globe" 1934
"Only those who attempt the absurd will achieve the impossible. I think it's in my basement... let me go upstairs and check."

-M.C. Escher
Optical Illusions
"Relativity" 1953
Exit Slip
Name, Class, 1/26/16

Thinking about the elements of art, explain how a drawing can become an optical illusion.
1/30/15
Goal of the Week:
How can we use line and value to create an optical illusion?
DO NOW:
Please answer the following question in your notebooks:

Thinking about the elements of art, explain how a drawing can become an optical illusion. After you've written your answer,
discuss with the classmates at your table!
DO NOW:
Please get your sketchbooks/your sketches from last class.
Share your current drawing with someone at your table.

What is the most effective part of the artist's drawing?
Do you have any suggestions for the artist?
2/13/15
Goal of the Week:
How can we use VALUE to create an optical illusion?
VALUE: differences in a hue or neutral color ranging from the lightest to the darkest (Ex. white --> grey --> black)
3/17/16
Goal of the Week:
How does participating in a class critique help us improve as art-makers and art evaluators?
DO NOW:
Look over the checklist, rubric, and write your name on the critique form as you receive your drawing. You have FIVE MINUTES to put any finishing touches on your Op Art drawing!
2/9/15
Goal of the Week:
How can we use the art elements LINE and VALUE to create an optical illusion?
DO NOW:
What color scheme did you choose for each pattern? Why did you make those color choices?
3/1/16
Goal of the Week:
How can we use the art elements LINE and VALUE to create an optical illusion?
DO NOW:
PEER CHECK!
Discuss your drawings with the person ACROSS the table from you. What are their strengths so far? What are some things they can work on?
1/29/14
Goal of the Week:
How can we use the art elements LINE and VALUE to create an optical illusion?
DO NOW:
SEAT 1: Please get colored pencil containes from the back sink that are the same color as your table.

EVERYONE!
Tomorrow I will demo permanent marker outlining. Set an art-making goal for yourself to complete in today's class so you can make sure you are on track with this project. Share your goal with your table.
3/10/16
Goal of the Day:
How can we effectively use line and value to great an optical illusion drawing?
DO NOW:
As you are getting your drawings, review the CHECKLIST that will be filled out at the end of the period.
Prepare to discuss part 3 of the checklist in the beginning of class.
DO NOW: Whip Around!
As you are setting yourselves up with materials, think of
one word or phrase that comes to mind
when you look at this 1961 lithograph print by M.C. Escher. Prepare to share with the class and discuss your ideas.
2/9/16
Goal of the Day:
How can we effectively use
LINE
,
VALUE
, and
PATTERN
to create an optical illusion?
3/15/16
Goal of the Day:
How can we successfully use lines/values/outlining to create our optical illusion drawings?
DO NOW: Final Working Period!
Get the materials you will need for today. Look over the checklist which you will be filling out at the end of the period.
Op Art:
A style of visual art that makes use of optical illusions, using line and value to give the appearance of hidden images, movement, swelling, or warping.
3/26/15
Goal of the Day:
How can participating in a class critique help us improve as artists?
Do Now:
Take out your drawing and write your name on the critique form.
If you are not finished with your drawing you have the first part of class to finish.
Do Now: Read the quote by artist M.C. Escher.
What do you think this quote means? How do you think this quote might connect to his artwork?
DO NOW: Get out your sketchbooks for today's drawing activity.
Take out your example of OP ART and share with your table.
DISCUSS: Describe how the image is an example of OP ART. Use the ELEMENTS OF ART to explain your reasoning.

"Day and Night" 1938
M.C. Escher
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