This is part of a still - life composition where students draw using different techniques in the composition. There is an emphasis on drawing throughout the project.
This is a list of their lessons and individual powerpoints for each of these and they can be purchased in a bundle.
ART THEMES before modern art. What? Modern Art? and Still-life?
Composition? Rule of thirds. Organising still life. Paper prepare: Black/brown paper: newspaper/music, Draw Still-life in line.
3 Exploring pencil mark-making techniques. Pencil tonal study of geometric shapes
4 Pop Art discussions – To make a 2D coloured flat shape area of composition
5 Explore with Oil pastel: Using oil pastel detail
6 and 7 Exploring pen mark-making techniques. To draw over a Cubism Collage using a biro pen
8 Exploring Charcoal techniques Drawing on black paper using white chalk/charcoal.
- Research Artist study on Robert Raushenberg library
10 – Evaluation of still-life drawing project
11, 12 and 13 Mod roc Relief
In this powerpoint students colour in an area of their still-life drawing using oil pastels and opportunities are given to explore this material and learn to mark-make with this medium.
Students then draw in oil pastel on brown sugar paper which they have collaged in part of their drawing.
Your overall Learning Objectives for the whole project are:
To develop my understanding of Art and pre-modern art and the meaning of a Still-life drawing.
To develop my observational drawing skills.
To create a Still-life drawing learning to draw carefully from observation with a viewfinder
To learn how to compose a composition using the rule of thirds and developing an understanding of the Golden Mean AND COMPOSITION PRINCIPLES
To develop a further understanding of Pop Art and do a flat colour paper shape detail in your drawing.
To develop my knowledge of the elements of art: lines, shape and form
To develop techniques in different media in my drawing and to explore markmaking of pen, pencil, oil pastel and charcoal.
To practise my observational drawing skills in the following techniques: oil pastel, drawing with a bro pen, using chalk and charcoal
To develop my knowledge of Robert Raushenberg (Pop Art) and practise drawing over a light printed surface with pencil.
To explore developing a relief surface of an area of my still -life drawing and develop this in mod roc technique