C. Coultart 2010-2019
Week 1 - On page 1 of your sketchbook make a title page that includes the words "Year 7 Food Project" Decorate the page with appropriate images"
Week 3 - On half of page 2 of your sketchbook make a copy of a piece of work by Martha Rich. See her work here. Write three sentences about Martha Rich's work. Use your vocabulary sheet to help you write intelligently.
On half of page 2 of your sketchbook make 2 small compositional studies for your Food main piece. You should use labels and add colour. Your main piece will be a coloured drawing made with pencil and pastel.
Draw a piece of fruit. Choose something interesting like a banana or a pineapple. Use a range of shading to create the effect of solidity. Try different shading.
On half of page three make a copy of a piece of work from the images by Mary Fedden: Add 3 things about her
Wk7 - On p5 of your sketchbook, write an evaluation of your Food project. 1. Write about the artists you looked at. 2. Write about the Preparation and Development of your project. 3. Write about making your Main Piece. 4. Write a self-assessment. See the outline given in class here
Find a portrait by the artist Julian Opie. Make an accurate copy of it. Underneath write the artist's name, the title of the piece & the date it was made. Use artistic vocabulary to describe the work. This is due in your lesson in week 9
See the work of Julian Opie here.
Find a portrait by Tamara Madden. Make a copy of it on half of a page of your sketchbook. By the side, write the artist's name, the title of the piece and date it was made. Use the vocabulary sheet to describe the work in one sentence. This is due in your lesson in wk 10. See the work of Tamara here.
Develop two ideas for the Main Piece in your portrait project. Each idea should be sketched inside a frame and then labelled to help explain the idea.
Week 11 - Conduct your own research into a portrait artist. You must choose one picture of which you should make a copy. You can use books or the Internet. Add the name of the artist, the title of the piece and the date it was made.
Due next week..
This is catch-up week. Have a look at all the pieces you have tackled in your sketchbook and improve, modify, enhance or complete them. Extension: make a montage that includes faces. See all homework here:
There is no homework over Christmas; You have worked hard over this term so enjoy the rest. If you fancy doing any skills pracise you can draw in the back of your sketchbook. I'll be happy to have a look in January..
Write an evaluation about your Face project following the guidance to help you cover all aspects of the work; the prep sheet, the eye painting and the homework, explaining the main pieces and making an assessment of successes. Have a look at the evaluation outline here;
Draw a picture of a leaf - try to capture the beautiful autumn colours. Look here for brilliant examples:
and look here at a great tutorial
Wk 16 Find a fabric or wallpaper design by the Swedish designer Hanna Werning. On half of a page of your sketchbook, make an accurate copy of it. Underneath write the artist's name, the title of the piece and the date it was made. Use the vocabulary sheet to describe the work in 2 or 3 sentences. See the work of Hanna Werning here.
Wk 17 Find a fabric or wallpaper design by the British designer Althea McNish. On half of a page of your sketchbook, make an accurate copy of it. Underneath write the artist's name, the title of the piece and the date it was made. Use the vocabulary sheet to describe the work in 2 or 3 sentences. See the work of Althea McNish here.
Wk 18 Write an evaluation of the Fabric design project following the guidance on the sheet. Use a whole page.
Wk 19 - On one page of your sketchbook draw a long rectangle as shown to you in class. Divide it into 5 equal sections. Shade each section in a progressively darker tone. Start with the lightest tone and get increasingly dark until the last block is the darkest. Extension: Underneath, draw a circle and then shade it so that it looks like a sphere. Due in Week 20
Week 20 There is no homework this week.
On half of one page of your sketchbook, draw an image inspired by the artist Lyubov Popova. You can use any materials. Click the hyperlink to see some paintings by her. Write that your composition was inspired by the artist
On half of one page of your sketchbook, draw an image inspired by the artist Gillian Ayres. Use any materials. Click the hyperlink to see some paintings by her. Write that your composition was inspired by the
Write an evaluation of your Abstract project. Draw four frames on one page of your sketchbook. Follow the evaluation guide to help you write intelligently about your Abstract project.
On one whole page of your sketchbook; a,draw a box in one point perspective. b, draw a box in two point perspective and c, draw a box in isometric projection, as shown to you in class. Due in week 24
Conduct research into masks from around the world. Draw two coloured examples on one whole page of your sketchbook. Add some notes about the masks: focus on masks from Mexico, Japan, Italy, Benin or Nigeria.
Revise for your test: revision is here -
Weeks 29 and 30: There is no homework this week