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I Can Do that with ART?!
Transcript of I Can Do that with ART?!
Learning from art Create a style and go wild
Movements Impressionism Cubism Post Impressionism Fauvism Expressionism Pop Art 411 Famous Works Sound Important HOME History We can change history
Famous Works CLAES OLDENBURG (1922-), COOSJE VAN BRUGGEN (1942-2009)
‘Spoonbridge and Cherry’ photo: Mike Hicks, 1985-88
(alluminium, stainless steel and paint) EDVARD MUNCH (1863-1944)
'The Scream', 1893 (oil, tempera and pastel on board) HENRI MATISSE (1869-1954)
'The Open Window, Collioure', 1905 (oil on canvas) GEORGES BRAQUE (1882-1963)
'Violin and Jug', 1910 (oil on canvas) GEORGES SEURAT(1859-1891)
Detail: 'A Sunday Afternoon on the Île de la Grande Jatte', 1884 (oil on canvas) CLAUDE MONET (1840-1926)
'Waterlilies and Japanese Bridge', 1899 (oil on canvas) HOME Real World This is the Real World Artists can typically be categorized into four groups: Art Directors:
Art directors develop design concepts for media pieces and oversee the entire creation and production process. Craft Artists:
Craft artists hand-make objects, such as candles, tapestries, quilts, and pottery, to be sold or shown. Fine Artists:
Fine artists create items such as paintings, sculpture, and illustrations that are often displayed in museums and galleries. Multimedia Artists:
Multimedia artists and animators create images for film, video, the web, and other forms of electronic media. Basics HOME I can draw, paint, and sculpt? Sculpting:
Sculpting was used for necessary use like making pottery to eat or drink and the use of building houses to live in then the use of clay, stone, or metals turned into an art form. Painting:
Color has fascinated culture throughout history, every age and every region has produced dyes and pigment depending on the available resources. Color has been with us for more than 20,000 years. Evidence survives in early cave paintings and the ancient Chinese are considered to have brought its manufacture and use to a state of perfection tens of thousands of years ago. Yet for all this it was discovered that none of the worlds civilizations has named many colors. In the 1960s two anthropologists conducted a worldwide study of color naming. First aim was to decorate, then to convey shapes and forms, then record and finally express. Drawing:
When we speak of drawing as an art form, we are referring mainly to an artist's use of line to make a picture. However, the definition of drawing can be expanded to include the use of color, shading, and other elements in addition to line. Usually drawing was to prepare for another work of art like painting or sculpting. Movements Basics Getting messy
What to sculpt.You can use many materials: wood, paper, paper maiche, plaster, clay, found materials, and stone. You can use many techniques, carving, moulding, casting, additive work (building a piece up from parts). Lets get messy Drawing:
Contour line drawing is the simplest form of linear expression uses visible edges of an object. Implied Line-the transition from edge to plane, or the line along an edge which isn't sharp, may be implied or suggested by making breaks in a line, a dotted line, or some variation between the two. Varied lineweight - lighter lines - or implied lines, where a line breaks off and resumes - makes it clear that these are not sharply defined contours, but surface details or softer edges. Surface details such as color, shadow and highlight Painting:
Choose from acrylics, oils, watercolors, and pastels. Viewfinder helps you focus on particular parts of the scene, enabling you to decide what will make the best composition. Use a color wheel, study the subject, underpanit to avoid worrying about white spaces, paint big spots first, use values, and details last. Elements of Art:
Space Good Craftsmanship Well thought out composition How to have a awesome artwork Principles of Design:
Proportion Lets Make Some Moves to this Groove. Impressionism is the name given to a style of painting in France at the end of the 19th century. The Impressionists were not a formal artistic group as such, more a collective of artists seeking recognition for their innovative techniques and approach to using color in art. Cubism was the first style of abstract art which evolved at the beginning of the 20th century in response to a world that was changing with unprecedented speed. Cubism was an attempt by artists to revitalize the tired traditions of Western art which they believed had run their course. The Cubists challenged conventional forms of representation, such as perspective, which had been the rule since the Renaissance. Pop Art was the art of popular culture. It was the visual art movement that characterized a sense of optimism during the post war consumer boom of the 1950's and 1960's. It coincided with the globalization of pop music and youth culture, personified by Elvis and the Beatles. Use mass-media, mass-production and mass-culture. The Fauves generally rejected the fantastic imagery of the Post-Impressionists, and returned to the more traditional subjects once favored by the Impressionists, such as landscapes, cityscapes, and scenes of bourgeois leisure. Post Impressionism was not a formal movement or style. The Post Impressionists were a few independent artists at the end of the 19th century who rebelled against the limitations of Impressionism. They developed a range of personal styles that focused on the emotional, structural, symbolic and spiritual elements that they felt were missing from Impressionism. Expressionism is a term that embraces an early 20th century style of art, music and literature that is charged with an emotional and spiritual vision of the world.
Fourth, the arts encourage problem solving. How many times have you had a project in mind and ran into an issue that had to be solved before the final product could come from it? Change the medium, or the type of paint or glue, use a different kind of material, or some other issue. It's great for brain development! Sounds Important First, arts include all sort of creative expression. Without a creative outlet, humans become resentful and irritable. Painting, sculpting, building, singing, dancing, writing, and creating are all valid expressions of thought. Just as a journal/diary can help a person organize thoughts through a tough time in his or her life, so can building a tree house, writing or singing a song or painting a portrait.
Second, arts of all kinds provide beauty in our world. Without beauty, there is no pleasure. Without pleasure, there is only discontent and anger. People need beautiful things to look at, experience, and enjoy. True, not everyone see the beauty in a piece of modern art or a mural in an inner-city park, but the beauty is there for the creator and his/her audience.
Third, without arts programs in elementary, secondary, and post-secondary schools, how will students discover these talents? Many students don't find their niche or the thing they are best at in life unless given the opportunity to explore with paint or other medium in art class, or wood and metal in shop, or material and thread or food in Home Ec. We need artists in our world, and they need to know their talents.
Georges Braque, the French painter who invented Cubism, with Pablo Picasso, and became the first living artist to be exhibited at The Louvre in 1961. Along with Cubism, Braque utilized the styles of impressionism, Fauvism, collage, and even stage designs for Ballet Russes. What’s the 411 Painter Edvard Munch, born in 1863 in Löton, Norway, established a free-flowing, psychological-themed style all his own. His painting The Scream is one of the most recognizable works in the history of art. Later works were less intense, but his legacy was ensured by his earlier, darker paintings. As a testament to his importance, The Scream sold in 2012 for over $119 million, setting a new record. Georges-Pierre Seurat was born on December 2,1859,in Paris, France. He was the youngest of three children in the family of a wealthy lawyer. During the early 1870s young Seurat was taking private drawing lessons from his uncle, painter Paul Haumonte, who took him on regular art expeditions. From 1875 he studied drawing under the sculptor Justin Lequien. From 1878-1879 Seurat studied art at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. His teacher Henri Lehmann was a disciple of the great neoclassical artist Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, who was the student of Jacques-Louis David. Claude Monet was born on November 14, 1840, in Paris, France. He enrolled in the Academie Suisse. After an art exhibition in 1874, a critic insultingly dubbed Monet's painting style "Impression," since it was more concerned with form and light than realism, and the term stuck. Monet struggled with depression, poverty and illness throughout his life. He died in 1926. Most of Claus Oldenburg works were large-scale projects were made with the collaboration of Coosje van Bruggen, whom he married in 1977. In the mid-1970s and again in the 1990s, Oldenburg and Van Bruggen collaborated with the architect Frank Gehry, breaking the boundaries between architecture and sculpture. Matisse’s discovery of his true profession came about in an unusual manner. Following an attack of appendicitis, he began to paint in 1889, when his mother had brought him art supplies during the period of convalescence. He said later, “From the moment I held the box of colors in my hands, I knew this was my life. I threw myself into it like a beast that plunges towards the thing it loves.” Matisse’s mother was the first to advise her son not to adhere to the “rules” of art, but rather listen to his own emotions. Art Critics
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Have you ever come across steampunk metal art? If so, you know how effectively metal can be used to make everlasting art and sculptures. Metal can be molded into innumerable shapes and sizes, to make things which are beyond the ordinary. Artists can create furniture, home accessories, and landscape fixtures through this skill.
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This field is also referred to as Visual Communication, or Communication Designs. Graphic designs contain a wide spectrum or variety of design oriented work, such as creating pictographs, to deciding the layout of a magazine, designing user interface, graphics for products, and advertisements etc. Details! Details! Fashion Designs
Fashion and its entire entourage, has defined the years gone by and the ones to come. Apparel designs keep changing and evolving, and returning into mainstream fashion, metamorphosized into something new, fresh, and yet vintage. Artists can take their flare for sketching and transform it into tangible fashion. Architectural Designer
Concept Architecture is a highly specialized and scientific form of designing. Such designers are supposed to collaborate with civil engineers, and carpenters, in order to verify the feasibility of their designs. This field gives the opportunity to plan entire cities, and large spaces of land, buildings, and landscapes, with ease. http://www.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=3753864