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Notan

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Lauren Cleary

on 18 July 2015

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Transcript of Notan

Artist's Challenge
Lots of Notans
A Notan shows negative and positve space
How to make a Notan
Notan Designs
Complex with color
Notan in a collage
Notan-
Complex
Notan with simple shapes
Step 1:
practice simple shapes

Draw a simple shape at the edge of the paper.



Cut out your shape in one single piece, save everything!
Glue only your
main piece
down on your background paper.
Fit your "puzzle pieces" into your design
Apply glue to the "puzzle pieces" on the side that is facing
up
in the puzzle.
Flip your puzzle shapes over and glue right next to the opening
Step 2:
Cut

Step 3:
Glue
Step 4:
Put back
Step 5:
Glue
Step 6:
Placement
Now try your own Valentine ideas!
Black
White
Japanese word for the interaction between light & dark or positive & negative
http://thevirtualinstructor.com/positive-and-negative-space.html
1. Create a simple Notan with a unified theme.
2. Create a complex Notan.
In composition, it recognizes the separate but equally important identity of both a shape and its background
Broadway Boogie Woogie
1942-43
Mondrian
La Gerbe
1953
Matisse
or
or
Kinds of shapes
Organic or geometric?
Organic or geometric?
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