Week 34 = Week beginning 29th June 2020

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Week 34 - Tuesday 30th June;

There are two tasks:See this video for details:

Task 1: Complete your "Zentangle" Due TODAY

Task 2: Make a front page for your first project in Year 8

Front Page is due Tuesday 7th July

Week 32 - Tuesday 16th June

Complete your "Map of Life" Main ee instructions here:

Add tone, symbols, text, pattern and detail.

Send photographic evidence by the end of the day.

Wk 30 - week beginning Mon 1st June

There is ONE task: Watch this video for instruction:

You must design and make a "Map of Life"; It will be made on one whole page of your sketchbook. This will take 3 weeks. It is 3 hours worth of work It is due on Wednesday 24th June.

Take a photo of your work each week and email it to me for assessing and comment

Additionally; if you have not done so already, you must catch up with tasks from before half term. All the work in the project is posted below.

 

Wk 28 - week beginning 11th May

There are two tasks: Watch this video for instruction:

Task one: On the top of one page of your sketchbook, draw a frame and inside the frame invent your own symbols. Make at least 8.

Task two: look at the image "Map of Days" by Grayson Perry here:

Copy a section of it in a frame on the bottom half of a page in your sketchbook and write the Title "Map of Days" and the name Grayson Perry. No need for information.

Take a photo of your work and email it to me for comment

Wk 27 - week beginning 4th May

Task one: On the top of one page of your sketchbook, draw a frame and inside the frame copy a picture by artist Hilke MacIntyre. They are quite complicated so you can draw just a section of one.

By the side of the drawing, write her name and three facts about her.

Task two: Catch up week. Complete any tasks from weeks 25 and 26

Watch this video for a demonstration:  

Take a photo of your work and email it to me for assessing

Easter Challenge - Weeks beginning 30th March:   Have a go at making a mask based on those you drew last week. Use cardboard, packaging or any craft materials you find around the house. Take a photo or scan of your work and send it back to me at ccoultart@bcsweb.co.uk.   All the best. Mr Coultart

Sculpting a Head

Sculptural Heads

See PORTRAITS Powerpoint here

Projects 

Composition - draw some pictures of objects. We will discover some artists who made pictures of called Still Life. We will explore a range of ways to make images. You will then compose your own simple Still Life.

 

FACE -  

In this project we will find out all about portraits. We will discover artists who were interested in faces and people and have fun drawing face shapes and mixing colours. We will then make a piece of work that celebrates the human face.

 

Fabric Design - In this project we will study examples of furnishing designs. Starting with drawings of cut fruit and vegetables we will make our own furnishing design. In the process we will learn how to trace and how to make a press print.

 

Abstract Painting - in this project we look at artists who have made Abstract imagery.

 

Decorative Masks - In this taught 3-D project you will be shown how to work with and manipulate withies. We will look at examples of artists who have made masks and then have a go at making our own .

 

Map Stories - In this project we will take a look at the amazing work Artists who use Maps including Australian Aboriginal artists. We will see how stories, symbols and patterns are central to their work, we'll have a go at some techniques and then plan and make our own images.

 

Start of Year 8 Project -

Year 7

Skills - This year you will be shown how to do the following:

Mix Colours

Make a press-print

Make a Tracing

Do an Observational Drawing

Build a model with Clay

Use the Internet to research into Art

Vincent van Gogh Frida Kahlo Portrait powerpoint

Fabrics..

Modigliani - Head Sculpting Eyes Sculpting a Face Valda Jackson Clay Heads Damien Hirst - spin

Abstract

Damien Hirst - spot Damien Hirst - spin Damien Hirst - spin Julian Opie Painting of an eye Shading techniques Draw an Eye Hanna Werning Althea McNish Frank Stella

Portraits  

Hanna Werning William Morris Abstract Art

7A Food Images

7Alpha Fabric Design Images 2018 - -2019

Still Life Tamara Madden

7A Fabric Design Images 2018 - -2019

Althea McNish Year 7 Homework

See all Year 7 homework here:

Year 7 homework

This Week's lesson

The Rules of Abstraction

Maps Resources

What is Abstract Art? Aboriginal Symbols Aboriginal Art Aborigine Art Wk 26 Y7 Instructional video Hilke MacIntyre Wk 27 Y7 Instructional video

Wk 25 - week beginning 20th April.

There are two tasks: Do them both on one whole page of your sketchbook.

Task one: Draw a plan view of one floor of your home. Include fixtures, furniture, windows doors, architectural features and decoration. See here for ideas:

Task two: on the bottom half of the page, draw a frame and inside the frame, draw a street view of the area in which you live. See here for ideas

Watch this video for a demonstration:  

Take a photo or scan of your work and email it to me for comment to ccoultart@bcsweb.co.uk All the best. Mr Coultart

Grayson Perry Wk 28 Y7 Instructional video Wk 29 Y7 Instructional video Hilke MacIntyre Info Wk 30 Y7 Instructional video

Week 31 - Assignment week task: Tuesday 9th June

Work for one hour on your "Map of Life" Main Piece.

Send photographic evidence by the end of the day.

Wk 32 Y7 Instructional video Wk 34 Y7 Instructional video Zentangles

Week 33 - Tuesday 23rd June; There are two tasks:

See this video for details:

Task 1: If you have not finished, Complete your "Map of Life" Main Piece. Add tone, pattern, symbols: Due TODAY

Task 2: Make a "Zentagle" pattern on half a page of your sketchbook. See examples here:

Zentangle is due Tuesday 30th June

Wk 33 Y7 Instructional video