Portraits, self portraits and identity.
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Slide 1Portraits, self portraits and identity.ForeshorteningIf you have a difficult time seeing and drawing the nose close to the eye, try this exercise: Find a photo of a foreshortened face; draw it freehand, concentrating on the eye-nose relationship; then trace the photo and compare the two drawings, noting where you may have inadvertently increased the eye-nose distances in your first drawing. Keep repeating the exercise with other photos until you conquer your habits of distortion.Basquiat BANKSYKandinskyVan Gogh SchieleAuerbachCalderBueysMiroBaconKleeHurstHausmannRauscenbergPaolozziRodchenkoBernhardtHockneyMurakamiMagritteLajos ValdaHOW DID THIS HAPPEN??!Ron Mueck is an Australian hyperrealist sculptor working in the UKPROJECT CHECKLIST & TARGET SETTINGSTART DATE: MAY 2012END DATE : 19TH DECEMBER 2012TARGET BANDC GRADE = BAND 3 COMPETENTB GRADE = BAND 4 COHERENTA/A* GRADE = BAND 5 CONFIDENTWednesday 13th JuneWednesday 20th JuneAIMUse the 4 Assessment Objectives to self assess your work and identify areas for improvement. Refine artwork purposefully.ALL MUST (COMPETENT GRADE D/C)Show effective and relevant refinement of ideas using materials and techniques. Undertake sound investigations showing sound cultural understanding (HW)MOST SHOULD (COHERENT GRADE C/B)Show purposeful and considered refinement of ideas using materials and techniques. Undertake purposeful investigations showing strong cultural understanding (HW)SOME COULD (CONFIDENT GRADE B A*)Show decisive, focused and well considered refinement of ideas using materials and techniques. Undertake in depth investigations showing perceptive cultural understanding (HW)Thursday 21st June 2012This task provides evidence for AO1 & AO2Colour WheelFarbkreis by Johannes Itten (1961)What is the PURPOSE?What is the TECHNICAL VOCABULARY?Colour WheelFarbkreis by Johannes Itten (1961)PRIMARYSECONDARYTERTIARYCOMPLEMENTARYHARMONIOUSTHE COLOUR WHEELPRIMARY, SECONDARY, TERTIARY, COMPLEMENTARYCOLOUR EXPERIMENTSHOMEWORK DUE MONDAY 9TH JULYCOLOUR INVESTIGATIONSUsing your colour wheel and other research. Produce a minimum double page spread showing investigations into colourCONTENTPROCESSMEANINGPURPOSEHOMEWORK DUE MONDAY 9TH JULYCOLOUR INVESTIGATIONSUsing your colour wheel and other research. Produce a minimum double page spread showing investigations into colourComplementariesHarmoniousTertiaryBlue + Yellow = Green CYAN BLUE, COBALT BLUEWARM, COOLMOOD, MEANINGMY AUTOBIOGRAPHYWhat is an autobiography?What is the purpose of an autobiography?What does this image tell you about the life of this person?MY AUTOBIOGRAPHYPeter Blake: Self Portrait with Badges 1961Homework due Thursday 19th JulyBring in to school a range of items that could be used to tell your autobiography in a visual way.ITEMS TO CONSIDERPhotographsMagazine cuttingsPostersKeepsakesEveryday itemsBadgesALL OF THIS WILL BE PHOTOGRAPHED / COPIED SO THAT YOU CAN TAKE THEM HOME AGAIN.Peter Blake: Got a Girl1961Peter BlakePeter Blake was a key member in founding the British Pop Art movement of the 1960s.He worked across a range of media including painting, printmaking, collage and sculpture.His art reflected the culture that he grew up in and his identity within it.He said: I wanted to make an art that was the visual equivalent of pop musicHomework due first lesson back in SeptemberIDENTITY COLLAGEUsing the items you have collected for your visual autobiography, produce a minimum double page spread collage in your sketchbook. You should include drawings as as well as stuck down images / photocopies.It should reflect the culture that you live in and your identity within it!Homework due first lesson back in SeptemberIDENTITY COLLAGEUsing the items you have collected for your visual autobiography, produce a minimum double page spread collage in your sketchbook. You should include drawings as well stuck down images / photocopies.It should reflect the culture that you live in and your identity within it!Welcome back Year 10 Fast Track!Ron Mueck Angel 1997www.lbsart.weebly.comThursday 6th SeptemberPlease write the address above into your plannersStructure of the dayPERIOD 1: Exam analysis, set homework Portraits project reviewPERIOD 2: Portraits project working on tasks 1-5PERIOD 3: Portraits project working on tasks 1-5Hand in project for Interim assessment and WAGThursday 6th SeptemberHomework due Wednesday 12th SeptemberThursday 6th Septemberwww.lbsart.weebly.comMy class year 10 Download the hw, words to describe character and expressionComplete and hand in electronicallyAny problems see Mr ThompsonArt Websitewww.lbsart.weebly.comInterim Assessment Hand in books Tuesday 11th SeptemberRefine and complete the first 5 tasks for the Portraits projectInclude My Autobiography homeworkRefer to your target sheet to maximise your WAGYour work will be marked and an Interim WAG given.MunchWHAT, WHY, HOW, WHERE,WHEN,WHICH?Andr Derain, Charing Cross Bridge, London, 1906"Painting is too beautiful to be reduced to images which may be compared with those of a dog or horse. It is imperative that we escape the circle in which the realists have trapped us.Andre DerainFAUVISMHenri MatissePortrait of Madame 1906A movement that began in France in the early twentieth century. The painters were known as les Fauves (French for "the wild beasts")They broke away from older, more traditional methods of painting. Their spontaneous response to nature was characterised by bold, undisguised brushstrokes and use of vibrant colours.Woman with a Hat by Henri Matisse, 1905. Oil on canvas,FAUVISMTitle and name of artistPROCESSCONTENTDetailed copy using a range of watercoloursFAUVISM - ARTIST INVESTIGATIONTuesday 17th July 2012EXTENSION (Coherent / Confident bands) Extend your investigations independently by collecting a wider selection of Fauvism images with in depth analysis)MEANINGPURPOSEHomework due Wednesday 18th JulyARTIST INVESTIGATION INTO FAUVISMWednesday 11th July 2012AIMUse a selection of carefully considered and applied colours and tones to produce a close up self portrait study.ALL MUST (COMPETENT GRADE D/C)Demonstrate a sound ability to experiment with watercolour painting using a variety of colour and tone. MOST SHOULD (COHERENT GRADE C/B)Demonstrate a strong and consistent ability to experiment with watercolour painting by using carefully selected and applied colours and tones (complementary / harmonious)SOME COULD (CONFIDENT GRADE B A*)Demonstrate a very strong and sustained ability to experiment with watercolour painting using imaginative colour selections and dynamic applications of tone.Wednesday 11th July 2012 This task provides evidence for AO2FAUVISMPiccasoTatlinLucian Freud 8 December 1922 20 July 2011Reflection- Self Portrait - 1985Portrait of the Queen - 2001Portrait of Francis Bacon - 1952
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