C. Coultart 2010-2019
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 email@example.com
1. Fashion Design-
2. War and Conflict
3 - The Pop Art Project - In this Red-P project we will look at one of the most influential Art Movements of the 20th Century, Pop Art.
Task I - Make some studies of 4 Pop Art pictures or sculptures
Task 2 - Find out as much as you can about the pictures or sculptures you have chosen, and about the Artists who made them.
Task 3 - Produce preparatory pieces that will help you plan your Main Piece.
Task 4 - Produce a piece of Art work that reflects what you found interesting about the works you chose.
4. Massive - A Sculpture Project.
5. Comic Strip
This Week's Task
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:CContinue 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
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.