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Grade 3 - Visual Arts
Transcript of Grade 3 - Visual Arts
Feelings and Emotions in Art
DID YOU KNOW... Artists Use Colours to Show Feelings and Moods in Their Artwork
We can link our moods and feelings with colour (think about when we say 'I have the blues' or 'it's a grey day' or 'I'm seeing red' or 'green with envy'
Can you think of any more?
We can symbolise behaviour and events wth colour for example, funerals and weddings (Think about some of the events we've been learning about)
Colour is culture specific
LETS HAVE A LOOK AT SOME EXAMPLES
DID YOU KNOW... Artists Also Use Lines to Show
Emotions in Their Artwork!
Would anyone like to
share their drawing?
Are you still wondering how lines show emotions?
What feelings do you
think this painting shows us? Why?
Lets look at an Example...
ART AND EMOTION
LET'S HAVE A GO
Try and show a feeling on your piece of paper using only colours and lines.
This means you cannot draw any pictures, faces or lifelike scenes!
But how can I draw
without using pictures?
Think about the thickness and thinness of your lines and the way colours make you feel.
Would you like an example
before you begin?
FIRST: Let's have a go at showing the feeling CALM.
NOW LET'S TRY...
Lines Quality and Character
Lines can also be used to express emotion within an artwork based on the line quality and character
For Example the Thickness and
thinness or lightness and darkness. Artists often take line styles into account when trying to depict different emotions or ideas.
Think about when you are
angry or upset - are you
more likely to press on your
pencil in a harder motion?
Thick, dark lines might
be used to portray something
scary or angry. Whereas thin,
flowing lines can be used to
portray something peaceful and loving.
NOW LET'S TRY THIS WITH MUSIC!
When I play the music listen
to how the music makes you feel.
Choose a color that “goes” with the music.
Does this piece make you want
to make light little tinkly lines,
or big, heavy lines?
You might have bouncy lines,
wavy lines, spiky lines, whatever!
- are the simplest and most complex of the art elements
- are able to express thoughts and emotion
- are thought of as a moving dot
- can be straight curved vertical horizontal diagonal and zigzagged