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Music and Art Lesson Abstract Art
Transcript of Music and Art Lesson Abstract Art
Create an abstract
drawing of musical
instruments using the ELEMENTS OF ART and the PRINCIPLES of DESIGN.
Discover the similarities between music and art.
What do MUSIC and ART have in common?
TELLS A STORY
Rhythm, in art,
is a visual beat.
Music is very representational of peoples emotions and feelings.
Draw at least 5 contour line drawings of musical
instruments, images or symbols that represent the lyrics or music in your favorite song .
Consider different perspectives (views).
Draw a closeup view.
Keep it loose!
Composition and Balance
Loosely redraw your 5 or more instrument sketches to form your final composition.
using the rule of thirds.
at least two or more instruments to create visual
Turn your paper around as you draw.
Draw big and touch all 4 sides of your paper.
Draw fast! You are just planning out your composition.
You will take your time on the final paper.
Pattern and Expressive Lines.
Rhythm is the principle of art that indicates movement by the repetition of elements or objects.
Visual movement is the principle of art used to create the look and feeling of action and to guide the viewer’s eyes throughout the work of art.
Pattern is the principle of art that is concerned with decorative surface design. The unit that is repeated in visual pattern is called a motif.
Use your MUSIC inspired lines to create RHYTHM, MOVEMENT AND PATTERNS IN
the negative SPACE of your composition.
Draw your rough draft onto your final paper.
Draw LIGHT tell you get it right.
Draw BIG!!! Oil Pastel is like drawing with lipstick. Leave little details out.
Many visual artists are inspired by music.
Jackson Pollock, was an influential American painter and a major figure in the abstract expressionist movement. He was well known for his unique style of drip painting.
Pollock loved the freedom, tempo and energy of free-form jazz and bebop.
Pollock shared many of the principles of jazz - his work expresses an intense energy and he uses colors, splatters and lines of the paint much like the melodies, rhythms and structures of music.
Piet Mondrian loved music and listened to piano-jazz, boogie woogie while he painted.He titled this painting Broadway Boogie Woogie because it reminded him of New York City. While he painted it, he listened to his jazz and thought about city streets, buildings and flashing lights.
O’Keeffe was influenced by the concept of synesthesia – the experience of “crossed senses”, i.e. hearing images or seeing sounds. She sought to find the equivalents of music in color and imagery, and to find a universal language.
Music, Pink and Blue No. 2
Kandinsky viewed music as the most transcendent form of non-objective art - musicians could evoke images in listeners' minds merely with sounds. He strove to produce similarly object-free, spiritually rich paintings that alluded to sounds and emotions through a unity of sensation.
Draw expressive lines that
reflect the rhythm and melody of the music played.
Draw your Expressive lines in the NEGATIVE SPACE in your composition.
COLOR AND EMOTION
Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power... (Paul Gauguin)
Color is all. When color is right, form is right. Color is everything, color is vibration like music; everything is vibration. (Marc Chagall)
Use Expressive colors, that reflect the MOOD you want viewers to experience.
UNITY Patterns Craftsmanship
NO PAPER SHOULD BE VISIBLE! USE WHITE
OIL PASTEL FOR WHITE.
You must use at least 3 colors for every space or object.