Key Concept: Colour Scales
Objective: Students will:
a)Learn to use colour scales, chroma scales and intensity scales
b) Learn colour theory - properties-hue, intensity, and value, value scales, colour and warm color, tints and shades.
c) Use this knowledge to create a piece of art based upon the B&W piece by changing black and white theory to color theory.

Procedure:
a) Intro to colour.
b) Creation of a colour scale using Primary colours then secondary colors

Project-
Color Scale/MonoChromatic/tints and shades-
p=r/b
g=y/b
o=r/y
Color Scale/Complements
* Create 1 inch square scales numbering 10 squares
Primary color in middle add black to one side, white to the other to reach dark and light of primary color
* Create the same 1 inch squares
Each comp*lement one opposite ends.
Mix each color in small amounts to reach middle maling a neutral gray color
*copy Impressionist landscapes in Black and white then using complements- break down and explain complements


Project -
*Create a monochromatic drawing /painting of geometric shapes
*Create a monochromatic drawing/painting of organic shapes
*Create a small landscape, monochromatic showing depth.
discuss color schemes - warm/cool, dark/ light, symbol and emotional temp. of color Intensity

Project-
*watercolor,Cezanne
layering/washes of primary colors as per Cezanne

Materials: 11x16 paper maybe color paper,color pencil, chalk pastel, tempra paint, watercolor, watercolor paper

Artists: Wayne Thiebaud, Richard Diebenkorn,Paul Cezanne, Van Gogh

Assessment:
a) Tie into objectives
b) Walk about
c) Hand outs/scales
d) use of vocab in discussing colour
e) Sketches and drawings-visuals
f) quizzes
g) sketchbook



Key Concept: Color Scale acrylic paint

Objective: Students will:
Session 3
a) create small paintings of geometrical forms
b) then repeat with organic forms

Procedure:
Session 1
a) Create color scales practicing mixing tints and shades and complements
b) Draw value sketches of fruit in B/W
c) Then using differing schemes and value as per Hall Groat pictures.

Materials: 9x white paper, paint, brushes, sketchbooks, pencils, pastels
Artists: Cezanne, Van Gogh, Janet Fish, still life Gallery

Assessment:
a) Tie into objectives
b) Mixing of color
c) Color movement one value to the next
d) Separations
e) Craftsmanship/creativity
f) Terms and conditions

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cool warm complements

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monochromatic analogous
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tetrad triad


Colour Quiz

1) What is color?
2) What are the primary colors?
3) What are the complements?
4) What is the purpose of complementary color mixes?
5) What is a color scheme?
6) What does intensity refer to in color?
7) What is a color wheel
8) An intermediate color is also called?
9) A tertiary color is made by mixing what and what?
10) Color value is measured on a?
11) Color brightness is measured by a?
12) A Shade is?
13) A tint is?
14) The cool colors are?
15) The warm colors are?
16) One of the first paint companies to put paint in tubes is?
17) Analogous color is where on the color wheel?
18) A monochrome painting is made by mixing?
19) The tone of a color is also the?
20) There are 5 fundamental schemes used in art. What are they?