Students will continue to paint their City Skylines. Students are using tempera paint and paint brushes to create the illusion of perspective. Non-linear perspective can be created in many ways. Students are using position placing and color as instruments to create non-linear perspective.
Non- Linear Perspective
Sophie Helal ( City Skyline)
Students are creating non-linear perspective by painting a City Skyline. They will choose their favorite skyline to draw and paint using non- linear basic elements such as:
- Position placing
- Color variation
Song Fest Decorations
Students will collaborate to create the Song Fest Decorations. They will be using tempera paint to create a Winter Song Fest Banner.
Song Fest Decorations
Students will apply their previous knowledge of Elements and Principles of Art in a collaborative art project. they will be helping with the Song Fest decorations.
To explore 3D art by creating a 3D figure of an animal that can later be used to store coins using paper maché.
Students will research and design their design for their 3D Art project. Once they have decided on their design they will sketch their ideas in their sketchbook.
Each student will choose an individual design according to their skills and tastes.
Students will continue to add value to their geometric abstractions using color value. They are using coloring pencils as a medium.
Warn and Cool color Grid
Students are identifying the difference color can make when portraying a mood. They are experimenting with warm and cool colors using oil pastels a a medium.
Warm and Cool Color Grid
Students will learn about the difference between warm and cool colors by creating a Warm and Cool Color Grid. They will grid a silhouette of their choice to later fill in the image using warm and cool colors. They will be using oil pastels as a medium.
Students will create a replica of prehistoric cave paintings Lascaux and Altamira using a combination of oil and chalk pastels.
Elements and Principles of Art
Students will demonstrate their understanding of the element of space by creating examples of linear and non-linear perspective.