Cubism, Fragmentation,Abstraction - Lesson Plan
all over Part 1
space perception observation
a) draw from observation
b) define space and shape with in a 2D picture plane
A) intro, perception, drawing, What is drawing?
B) Draw an object covering the entire sheet, there by making a drawing from the repeated observational renderings of the object
C) Line, space
P/N, definition of object
D) Review shading techniques hatching etc
E) Define space and shape
F) Amount of abstraction created
G) Amount of abstraction refrained from add - subtract
Picasso, Guitar Player
spacial Placement and definition
Definition and quality of line/lines
Freedom or releasing oneself to draw
Amount of observation
Use of shading techniques
What did you use;
Good line quality / describe them
big, little, thick, thin
Scale / size
Fill the paper, achieved an over all drawing
Is there a focal point
Shading or marking techniques / list them
Where did you start / why there?
Start bigger than actual size or smaller or actual size?
all over Part 2 Fragmenting (abstracting)
space perception, Fragmentation, Abstracting
a) introduce cubism and abstraction
b) Show Picasso and de Kooning from gallery/discuss
c) Have student note reactions to
d) Take existing drawings and fragment by color and/or collage or tearing/cutting and putting back together.
e) Use of color minimal as per de Kooning.
early abstraction, cubist influence
Is cubism abstraction?
Why is cubism thought to be without emotion?
What is abstraction and why would it not be European ?
Was abstraction first in America or Europe?
How did cubism, fragmentation and abstraction develop?
Who are the proponents of Abstraction in Cubism, Abstaction, and Abstract Expressionism?
Existing drawings, pastels, oil pastels, sharpies
Picasso, de Kooning
b) Understanding of terms
c) Understanding of use of elements
d) Use of prior drawings ie
P/N space and shapes, contrast and variety, visual balancePattern and movement.
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