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ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF ART

ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF ART

balance movement rhythm contrast emphasis pattern unity The principles of design are where you

balance movement rhythm contrast emphasis pattern unity The principles of design are where you the artist, make the decision on how to implement the elements of art. The principles of design are for the artist to direct the viewer to what is important, what they want you to see first.

1. MONDAY: MAKE SURE MLK AND KITE PROJECTS ARE FINISHED 2. TUESDAY: REVIEW ELEMENTS

1. MONDAY: MAKE SURE MLK AND KITE PROJECTS ARE FINISHED 2. TUESDAY: REVIEW ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES (QUICKLY) A. FIRST …TSW WILL CREATE A DRAWING WITH LINES, GEOMETRIC AND ORGANIC SHAPES , FORM B. 2 ND …TSW WILL CREATE A NEW DRAWING WITH PRIMARY AND SECONDARY COLORS C. 3 RD …TSW WILL CREATE A NEW DRAWING USING VALUE, TEXTURE, SPACE D. 4 TH …TSW WILL USE ALL 3 DRAWINGS …TO INCORPORATE LINE, SHAPE, FORM, PRIMARY/SECONDARY COLORS VALUE, TEXTURE, AND SPACE

POEM OF THE WEEK O Me! O Life! BY WALT WHITMAN Oh me! Oh

POEM OF THE WEEK O Me! O Life! BY WALT WHITMAN Oh me! Oh life! of the questions of these recurring, Of the endless trains of the faithless, of cities fill’d with the foolish, Of myself forever reproaching myself, (for who more foolish than I, and who more faithless? ) Of eyes that vainly crave the light, of the objects mean, of the struggle ever renew’d, Of the poor results of all, of the plodding and sordid crowds I see around me, Of the empty and useless years of the rest, with the rest me intertwined, The question, O me! so sad, recurring—What good amid these, O me, O life? Answer. That you are here—that life exists and identity, That the powerful play goes on, and you may contribute a verse. Source: Leaves of Grass (1892) MONDAY

 OBJECTIVES Monday 1. TLW demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental or “formal properties” of

OBJECTIVES Monday 1. TLW demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental or “formal properties” of art: (SPECIFICALLY LINE, SHAPE, FORM) 2. TLW complete MLK picture, write in blog, and kite poster WARM-UP 1. Illustrate anger with lines and shapes only Can a line represent emotions, sounds and other concepts? ACTIVITY 1. TLW finish MLK picture and writing the blog 2. TLW (early finishers) practice elements of art by creating a zentangle (concentrating on line, shape, form) ASSESSEMEENT 1. TLW will explain how a line can express emotion

 OBJECTIVES Monday 1. TLW demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental or “formal properties” of

OBJECTIVES Monday 1. TLW demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental or “formal properties” of art: (SPECIFICALLY LINE, SHAPE, FORM) 2. TLW complete MLK picture, write in blog, and kite poster WARM-UP 1. Illustrate anger with lines and shapes only Can a line represent emotions, sounds and other concepts? ACTIVITY 1. TLW finish MLK picture and writing the blog 2. TLW (early finishers) practice elements of art by creating a zentangle (concentrating on line, shape, form) ASSESSEMEENT 1. TLW will explain how a line can express emotion

TUESDAY OBJECTIVES 1. TLW demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental or “formal properties” of art:

TUESDAY OBJECTIVES 1. TLW demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental or “formal properties” of art: line, positive/negative space, shade/tone, texture, color, etc. (SPECIFICALLY LINE, SHAPE, FORM) 2. TLW USE LINES AND SHAPES WARM-UP 1. Illustrate HAPPINESS with lines and shapes only ACTIVITY 1. TSW WILL CREATE A DRAWING WITH LINES, GEOMETRIC AND ORGANIC SHAPES , FORM (WHILE LISTENING TO DIFFERENT MUSIC) 2. TLW (early finishers) practice elements of art by creating a zentangle (concentrating on line, shape, form) ASSESSEMEENT 1. TLW will explain how shapes can express emotion

21 Ways That Lines Communicate Lines are a versatile element of visual language. They

21 Ways That Lines Communicate Lines are a versatile element of visual language. They communicate a wide variety of meanings, which are highly dependent on the context in which they appear and the characteristics of the line. LINES ISOLATE AND SEPARATE When a line is placed between two elements, it conveys that the elements are separate. For example, columns of newspaper 2/23/14

21 Ways That Lines Communicate Lines convey groupings 2/23/14 Lines represent units of time

21 Ways That Lines Communicate Lines convey groupings 2/23/14 Lines represent units of time Lines represent units of length

21 Ways That Lines Communicate Lines communicate brightness 2/23/14 Lines convey sound Lines communicate

21 Ways That Lines Communicate Lines communicate brightness 2/23/14 Lines convey sound Lines communicate counting

21 Ways That Lines Communicate Lines communicate connection Lines represent machine data Lines convey

21 Ways That Lines Communicate Lines communicate connection Lines represent machine data Lines convey emotion AND motion 2/23/14

21 Ways That Lines Communicate Lines depict the physical world 2/23/14 Lines represent text

21 Ways That Lines Communicate Lines depict the physical world 2/23/14 Lines represent text

ELEMENTS IN ANIMATION 2/23/14

ELEMENTS IN ANIMATION 2/23/14

LINE DESIGNS A LINE THAT WENT FOR A WALK THE DOT

LINE DESIGNS A LINE THAT WENT FOR A WALK THE DOT

KAZUO SHIRAGA “UNTITLED”

KAZUO SHIRAGA “UNTITLED”

DRAW LINES TO ILLUSTRATE THE FEELING OF THIS MUSIC What type of beat is

DRAW LINES TO ILLUSTRATE THE FEELING OF THIS MUSIC What type of beat is used? Is the music fast or slow? What feeling do you get from it? If this music where a picture, what would it look like?

DRAW LINES AND SHAPES TO ILLUSTRATE THE EMOTION OF THIS SONG What type of

DRAW LINES AND SHAPES TO ILLUSTRATE THE EMOTION OF THIS SONG What type of beat is used? Is the music fast or slow? What feeling do you get from it? If this music where a picture, what would it look like?

DRAW LINES AND SHAPES TO ILLUSTRATE THE EMOTION OF THIS SONG What type of

DRAW LINES AND SHAPES TO ILLUSTRATE THE EMOTION OF THIS SONG What type of beat is used? Is the music fast or slow? What feeling do you get from it? If this music where a picture, what would it look like?

DRAW A LINES, SHAPES , AND FORM TO ILLUSTRATE THE EMOTION OF THIS SONG

DRAW A LINES, SHAPES , AND FORM TO ILLUSTRATE THE EMOTION OF THIS SONG What type of beat is used? Is the music fast or slow? What feeling do you get from it? If this music where a picture, what would it look like?

ACTIVITY IF WE HAVE TIME CREATE A PICTURE (HAVE AN EMOTION IN MIND) USING

ACTIVITY IF WE HAVE TIME CREATE A PICTURE (HAVE AN EMOTION IN MIND) USING LINES, SHAPES, AND FORM TO EXPRESS THAT EMOTION. WRAP-UP NAME THREE WAYS LINES EXPRESS EMOTION.

KEITH HARING

KEITH HARING

PIET MONDRIAN “COMPOSITION A”

PIET MONDRIAN “COMPOSITION A”

JOAN MIRO “ROOSTER”

JOAN MIRO “ROOSTER”

THURSDAY OBJECTIVES 1. TLW demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental or “formal properties” of art:

THURSDAY OBJECTIVES 1. TLW demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental or “formal properties” of art: line, positive/negative space, shade/tone, texture, color, etc. 2. TLW demonstrate mastery in expressing emotion through value, texture, space WARM-UP 1. Illustrate LONLINESS with lines and shapes only ACTIVITY 1. TSW WILL CREATE A NEW DRAWING USING VALUE, TEXTURE, SPACE 2. TLW (early finishers) practice elements of art by creating a zentangle ASSESSEMEENT 1. TLW will explain how a line can express emotion

FRIDAY OBJECTIVES 1. TLW demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental or “formal properties” of art:

FRIDAY OBJECTIVES 1. TLW demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental or “formal properties” of art: line, positive/negative space, shade/tone, texture, color, etc. 2. TLW demonstrate mastery of the elements of art by creating a picture incorporating all of them WARM-UP 1. Illustrate QUIET with lines and shapes only ACTIVITY 1. TSW WILL USE ALL 3 DRAWINGS …TO INCORPORATE LINE, SHAPE, FORM, PRIMARY/SECONDARY COLORS VALUE, TEXTURE, AND SPACE 2. TLW (early finishers) practice elements of art by creating a zentangle 1. TLW will explain how a line can express emotion Teacher will show powerpoint of principles of art to prep for Monday

VAN GOGH'S "THE STARRY NIGHT"

VAN GOGH'S "THE STARRY NIGHT"

THINK ABOUT IT? What are the elements of art? Why do we use different

THINK ABOUT IT? What are the elements of art? Why do we use different elements in our art? How do we show emotion with lines, shapes, color?

MARK ROTHKO ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST PAINTER USED COLOR TO CONVEY EMOTION AND EXPERIENCE

MARK ROTHKO ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST PAINTER USED COLOR TO CONVEY EMOTION AND EXPERIENCE

CONTEMPORARY ART

CONTEMPORARY ART