Week 34 = Week beginning 29th June 2020

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Y9 Homework 201920

Wk1 - On page 3 of your sketchbook choose a design by the fashion designer Issey Miyake and make a copy of it. Write 3 pieces of information about him. Add the title "Issey Miyake" at the top.

Issey Miyake designs Issey Miyake information

Wk2 - On half of page 3 design some clothing. You should include at least 3 pieces;  Dress or jacket or trousers for example. Think about shape, colour and pattern - look at these boards for inspiration.

Fashion Design- Colour Fashion Design-Black&White

Wk3 - On half of page 4 of your sketchbook choose a design by the fashion designer Grace Wales Bonner and make a copy of it. Write 3 pieces of information about her. Add the title "Grace Wales Bonner" at the top.

Grace Wales Bonner Bonner information

Week 4 - Draw a piece of fabric, draped casually on a table. Only draw the fabric. One with a pattern is best. You could draw a scarf, a tea-towel or a swatch of fabric. Draw it accurately using pencil and/or colour pencil.

Week 5 - Catch-up week. Use this week to improve, enhance and complete any homework or add a study of your own on the Fashion theme. Check all our homework tasks here:

Year 9 Homework

In your Year 9 sketchbook. On one page one make a title page; it should be decorated with patterns and designs and have the words. "Year 9 Fashion Design" Divide Page two into two frames. In the left-hand one, copy an image from the colour board In the right hand frame copy an image from the black and white board

Fashion Design- Colour Fashion Design-Black&White

Wk 7 - On p6 of your sketchbook, write an evaluation of your Fashion project. 1. Write about the artists you looked at. 2. Describe the homework tasks. 3 Write about the Preparation pieces you made.  4. Describe the development of your main piece 5. Write about drawing your large fashion design 6. Write a self-assessment. See the outline given in class here

Year 9 Fashion Evaluation

Look at  the pictures by Kathe Kollwitz in the link; Choose one & make a copy of it on half PAGE 7 of your sketchbook. By the side of the image, add Kollwitz's name,  the title of the picture & write 3 comments about it

Extension: Read about Kollwitz here:

Kathe Kollwitz Kollwitz Info

Week 8. Look at  the pictures by Ken Currie the link; Choose one & make a copy of it on half PAGE 7 of your sketchbook. By the side of the image, add Currie's name,  the title of the picture & write 3 comments about it

Ken Currie

Week 9 On page 8 of your sketchbook generate three ideas for a Main Piece in the War and Conflict project. Each idea should be different and should explore the imagery and materials we have studied so far. Ideas should be annotated.

Extension - find out about the painting Guernica by Pablo Picasso

Week 11 Homework On page 9 of your sketchbook draw a bunch of keys. Your  drawing should use line and tone. Use a variety of shading techniques to create shadow and surface. Look at this tutorial for advice.

Year 9 Homework Key Drawing video Key Drawing image

Write an evaluation of your War and Conflict Project. Put the title "War and Conflict" at the top of page 11 in your sketchbook. Shade the page a light colour by blending two different coloured pencils. Following the information on the sheet, write 5 paragraphs about the project, each one describing a different aspect of the work. Decorate your Evaluation Check the evaluation sheet here:

Week 12 Homework Watch this video on Pop Art. Subsequently, on page 12 of your sketchbook write the phrase "Pop Art" in a bold, bright, eye-catching lettering style. Around it add the names of Pop Artists mentioned in the video.

Extension : add the names of other Pop Artists you find from your own research online or in books.

Wk10 - This is a catch-up week; Complete any unfinished work. Refine work that needs improvement. See all homework tasks here:                                                          Extension - find a picture of War or Conflict by a well-known artist & make a copy of it

Pop Art Video War Evaluation

Wk14 - complete this homework. Look at the image "Hope" by Shepard Fairey in this link                                               Make an accurate copy of it on half a page of your sketchbook. Add the artist's name at the top. Underneath write the title of the picture & the date it was made. Then write a short description of the picture. See more pictures by Fairey

 

Shepard Fairey "Hope" Shepard Fairey images

Week 15 - Look at the images of faces by Andy Warhol in the link below   Make an accurate copy of one on half a page of your sketchbook. Add the artist's name at the top. Underneath write the title of the picture & the date it was made. Then write a short description of the picture.

Andy Warhol faces

Week 17. Look at the images of faces by Pauline Boty in the link below   Make an accurate copy of one on half a page of your sketchbook. Add the artist's name at the top. Underneath write the title of the picture & the date it was made. Then write a short description of the picture.

Pauline Boty

Week 16. Have a look at the Typography in this link;  

Choose your own phrase to go with your portrait and draw it in an interesting typeface. Use half a page of your book. Use colour. Due in your next lesson

Week 18: This is a catch-up week; Complete any unfinished work. Refine work that needs improvement. See all homework tasks here:  

Year 9 homework

Make an observational pencil drawing of a hand. You should look for the correct proportions and use a variety of shading techniques to create the tone. Ensure you include details such as nails, knuckles and creases in the skin.

Have a look at the examples of the levels you could attain. See a tutorial and further advice on this link

6 standard drawing 7 standard drawing 9 standard drawing Hand drawing tutorial

Study the work of Rick Kirby. Choose one and on half of one page of your sketchbook make a detailed copy of it. Use a range of shading to produce a sense of form & solidity. Write  the name of the artist, the title of the work, the materials used and the date it was made. The first is called "Across the Divide", made in 2000. The second is called "Mask". It was made in 2003

Mask, 2003 Across the Divide

Study the work of Rachel Whiteread in the links below. Choose one and on half of one page of your sketchbook make a detailed copy of it. Use a full range of shading to produce a sense of form and solidity. Write the artist's name, the title of the piece, the materials used and the date the work was made. The first sculpture is called House. It was made of concrete in 1993                                The second is called "Holocaust Memorial". (2000)

House Holocaust Memorial House Holocaust Memorial

Wk 23. Choose the best of your 3 designs for a public sculpture and make a more refined version of it, labelling it. You should give the sculpture a title and describe the materials out of which it will be made.

Wk 23 Classwork:Continue your "Bas-Relief" hand sculptures, exploring the differing tactile qualities of packaging materials.

Wk22. On a page of your sketchbook, draw 3 ideas for the "Massive" sculptural project. You can use wire, cardboard, art straws and other materials for the main piece. Maquettes will be based on the image of a hand. Add notes. The themes are; Education, Spirituality, Community. Due Week 23

Wk 24 - week beginning 23rd March. Conduct your own research into Public Sculpture. Find an image of the sculpture and draw it on one whole page of your sketchbook. Find the Artist's name, the title of the work and the materials used to construct it. Write all this information by your drawing. Find some examples here:

Extension; have a look at the images on this link and copy 2 or 3 of them.Take a photo or scan of your work and email it to me for assessing and comment to ccoultart@bcsweb.co.uk

Public Sculpture

Easter - week beginning 30th March.Make a 3-d model of your hand out of scrap materials in your home. Use loo rolls and cardboard and other packaging.