NPR is featuring their project, DESTINATION ART, on their website today! Check it out here: http://www.npr.org/2012/08/29/159998823/destination-art.
I found this great website with an interactive color wheel. Please check it out! http://juliannakunstler.com/art1_colorschemes.html
These topics are great starting points for the concentration portion of the AP portfolio. Consider the relationships, themes, and concepts as they relate to you and how they could inspire creative artmaking. For non-AP students, use these starting points when developing ideas for projects and year-long projects. The ideas were discovered here, http://www.amiria.co.nz/artist/a-level-art-exam-paper/#. Encounters, Experiences […]
Check out this article on artists, their pets, and how they became inspired by them. http://www.buzzfeed.com/summeranne/16-brilliant-artists-and-their-animal-muses
For the next project in ART I, we will be focusing on line, design, shape, form, and pattern… as they appear in the outer appearances of insects. In class, we discussed the following questions while looking at different insects: What shapes do you see? What patterns, designs, forms, and lines are used? Is the insect […]
Two messages being sent your way today: Don’t forget, you have a great amount of creativity to use, explore, and express through ideas and artmaking in the visual art classroom, as well as every classroom at CHS. Truthfully, you can and should try to use your creativity- your imagination, original thinking, and your individual views […]
NPR recently interviewed museum curators about Edward Hopper’s famous painting, Morning Sun, which was painted in 1952. From the interview: ” “The model was Jo, [who was] Hopper’s wife,” Wolfe says. “She insisted after they were married in the ’20s that she be his only model.” She was 69 when she posed for Morning Sun, […]
Here’s a quick reference guide to the Elements of Art that we’ve been discussing in classes this past week.
Yet another reminder for living more creatively!