Due Tuesday, October 23 Directions: Create a “Zentangle” design in your sketchbook that takes up at least three quarters of your page. A Zentangle is a high contrast abstract design that explores patterns, line types and… More
Due Tuesday May 2, 2017 at the beginning of class,
For your sketchbook homework this week, create a drawing study in color of one of Georgia O’Keeffe’s paintings. Use this chance to learn from her treatment of her subject matter and how she arranges her subjects within her composition. Include the title, medium, and year created. Do this drawing in your sketchbook. Use the art medium of your choice. Suggested mediums could include: chalk pastels, watercolor, pen and ink, pencil or colored pencil. Incorporate value and shade in your work at a minimum. Spend a total of one hour on your drawing
Visit the links below to get started: (You may also do your own online research if you like!)
We are about to begin our new unit as soon as we finish watching the movie on Georgia O’Keeffe!
Click on the link below to learn about the unit project surrounding the work of Georgia O’Keeffe. Complete your brainstorming sheet for the project with a partner in the computer lab, then head to the outdoor classroom to get started!
Bring your sketchbook every day of this project!
In this post you will find a link to each of the handouts and presentation from Mr. Treacy’s lesson: Identity Mandala. If you need to make up any of the notes from class, view the slides below, and respond using the Mandala NoteTakingTemplate (you can print out this file).
Once you’re ready to start your Identity Mandala, use these files (also given out in class):