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Lesson Plan Frank Stella

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Lindsey Shannon

on 26 November 2012

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Transcript of Lesson Plan Frank Stella

The landmark geometric artist of the 60's. Frank Stella Stella produced works that were emphasized as picture-as-object works, rather than the picture being a representation of something else. Frank Stella was born in 1936 and was known for being an Italian American painter and printmaker. His landmark work is noted in areas of minimalism and post-painterly abstraction. Stella's Color Scramble Today's Project: Stella was infamous for his use of wide ranges of color, aligned straight and curved lines, and non-traditionally shaped canvases. Most of his beginning works were on canvases shaped as L,N,U, or T-shapes. The designs must have lines of white visible in between the colors and must be glued to the matting paper. You will be designing your own Stella-inspired artwork by constructing a non-objective image out of lines of colored paper. Materials: Construction Paper
Matting paper
Glue
Scissors
Ruler
Pencil Lay your design down with pencil first.

Stick with a common shape, such as a straight line or an arch that you can repeat to complete your design. Tips:
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