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Japanese Notan Collage

Introduction to a studio collage project for middle school art
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Heather Duffy

on 28 March 2015

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Transcript of Japanese Notan Collage

Notan
A Notan is a
Japanese collage
Collage: small pieces of cut paper arranged to make a larger image
A Notan collage emphasizes balance
between light and dark values.
EMPHASize
BaLaNcE
VALUE
So what might your
Notan look like?
Organic or Geometric
Abstract or
Representational
OK! Who remembers the Culture?
Japan
Today, while we make our
collages, let's try to...

... make a paper collage that
emphasizes balance between
light and dark, using organic
and geometric shapes and
rhythm.

A Principle of art that artists use to create
visual weight and equality in a work of art
Geometric Shapes have precise lines and
are sharply defined.
Organic Shapes are irregular or uneven, and often found in nature.
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