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An introduction to the use of texture in art

Stephanie Roberts

on 26 September 2016

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Transcript of Texture

I. 2D Art
A. Actual Texture

B. Simulated
II.3D Art
c. Ceramics
light and Shadows
Claudio Bravo
Da Vinci
Jean DeBuffet
lines and hatching &.....
a. Assemblage
Josef Albers
Paint applied so
thick that it sticks out from the canvas.
Vincent Van Gogh
Dennis Sipiorski
Can be seen, but not actually felt.
Suggested by....
Not meant to resemble textures found in nature.
C. Invented Texture
A collage using 3D media
Think. Pair. Share.
This is the work of Nashville artist, Sylvia Hyman.
The medium is clay.
Odd numbers
: Explain how she has used
Actual Texture
Even numbers
: Explain how she has used
Simulated Texture.

A 2D artwork made by gluing papers, photos, fabric, etc., to the surface.
Exit Ticket
1. What type of texture can actually be touched?
2. What type of texture can be seen but not touched?
3. What type of artwork uses cut paper glued to the surface?
4. What type of texture doesn't resemble anything in nature?

How something feels or appears to feel.
b. Relief Sculpture
sculpture where forms project out from a background.
i. High Relief
ii. Bas (low) Relief
a metalwork process of hammering or pressing sheet metal into relief on one side.

State Standard
2.0 You will learn the Elements of Art and how to use them.

1. Define and identify
in 2D and 3D art.
2. Define and identify
actual texture, simulated texture, invented texture
3. Define
collage, impasto,

In your notes, classify the artwork as
actual texture, simulated texture, or invented texture.
Checks for Understanding #1
Which artwork is the collage, and which is the assemblage?
Checks for Understanding #2
Texture that can be actually felt or touched.
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