Refer also to the De Kooning gallery


Two Hats


Key concept-drawing begins with a line - Texture


Objective - SW

A) experiment with drawing and creating texture using line

B) Learn about using blind contour and modified contour-as study exercises before finished drawing is begun.

C) Do exercises using these concepts by drawing still life objects. @ different hats having different textures)


*Procedure line contour shape

a) review observation and study using contour

B) Demo Contour drawing blind etc....

BEGIN WITH CONTOUR STUDIES - THE SHAPE OF THE OBJECT. Move around objects for interesting composition Point of view

C) PROGRESS TO MODIFIED CONTOUR CAPTURING FORMe mass, light and dark

D) begin finish on 11X white paper using good drawing practice i.e.... light contour to set up drawing etc...

e) let students progress on drawing at their pace, figuring how texture will be shown

f) Demo texture and pencil tech., shape ,light and dark, observation, gallery.


Materials 11x white paper, pencils, erasers


Artists - gallery


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Assessment -

a) tie into objectives

B) proportions

c) value

d) use of contour and modified contour

e) Composition

f) use of learned techniques

Goofy unwearable artist designed HAT
Key concept - Exploring Shape and Form – Klee / Guston


Key concept - Exploring Shape and Form Klee / Guston

Objective SW
a) based upon doodle and Paul Klee/Guston S.W. create a drawing
b) use pen and watercolor
c) use texture and /or pattern

*Procedure: making a drawing
a) intro to creating a drawing having shape and form
b) Demo thumbnail drawings
c) students will exercise the concept of thumbnail to produce a drawing using shapes of objects as above.
Possible morph drawing or blow up drawing or fantasy (klee) or a memory (guston)

Materials: pencil, paper , pen 4x4 thumbs, 11x16 white for drawings, ink

Artists;
Paul Klee, phil guston ????

Assessment:
A) tie into objectives.
b) thumbnail generated ideas
c) execution of ideas and drawing procedure.
d) concept conveyance of drawing did it do what you wanted?



Key concept - Exploring Shape and Form

Klee / Guston



Objective SW

a) based upon doodle and Paul Klee/Guston S.W. create a drawing

b) use pen and watercolor

c) use texture and /or pattern



*Procedure: making a drawing

a) intro to creating a drawing having shape and form

b) Demo thumbnail drawings

c) students will exercise the concept of thumbnail to produce a drawing using shapes of objects as above.

Possible morph drawing or blow up drawing or fantasy (klee) or a memory (guston)



Materials: pencil, paper , pen 4x4 thumbs, 11x16 white for drawings, ink



Artists;

Paul Klee, phil guston ????



Assessment:

A) tie into objectives.

b) thumbnail generated ideas

c) execution of ideas and drawing procedure.

d) concept conveyance of drawing did it do what you wanted?




Key Concept using shape form line and texture


Objective SW

Session 1

a) review previous lessons (see concepts)

b) demo thumbnails visual concepts

c) Work in sketchbooks

Session 2

a) design process discussed

b) Begin with good drawing practice. Light Contour etc

Session 3

a) drawings begun in black and white

b) demo use of color pencil and watercolor

c) work with pen/ink or pencil

d) finish drawing

materials 11x white paper, pencil, sketchbook, pen/ink, color pencil, watercolor

Artists see gallery artists as designer

Assessment

a) tiobj.

b) Design number ?

c) Use of elements

d) Use of principles which were used/student?



Goofy unwearable artist designed HAT



Key Concept using shape, form, line and texture


Shape and space - are they the same, are they equal, does one define the other?

Drawing / Art 1 all over

Key Concept space perception observation

Objective SW
a) draw from observation
b) define space and shape with in a 2D picture plane
Procedure
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
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Assessment -

TIO
spacial Placement and definition
Definition and quality of line/lines
Freedom or releasing oneself to draw
Amount of observation
Line work
Use of shading techniques
craftsmanship

What did you use;
Good line quality / describe them
Variety big, little, thick, thin
Contrast
Balance
Observed details
Scale / size
Fill the paper, achieved an over all drawing
Is there a focal point
Shading or marking techniques / list them
Shape/ form
Where did you start / why there?
Start bigger than actual size or smaller or actual size?
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