Year 7 Page

Wk 30 Draw an image of your final mask design on page 24. Label it with the materials you will use and the decoration you will add. Write some instructions on how you will make it.

Wk 29  Have a look at these images about cardboard structures and then make some drawings or print some photos showing a range of cardboard models. Bring the results to your next lesson.

Wk 28  Have a look at these articles about withies and cardboard and practice some techniques at home. Bring the results to your next lesson.

Wk 27  Write an evaluation of the Abstract project following the guidance on the sheet. Use the whole of Page 20. See here
 

Wk26: Catch-up week. Finish any incomplete work. Improve work that needs attention. Complete any missing work. Make improvements suggested in marking

There is no homework over Easter. Welcome to the Easter challenge:Draw an anamorphic image. see here for examples:

Hand in your entry to Mr Coultart in the first week of the new term

Wk 24: Look at the abstract images by Bridget Riley and Gillian Ayres. Choose one by each artist and make a small copy on half of  Page 18. Write the name of the artist and the title of the picture.
Wk23: Catch-up week. Finish any incomplete work. Improve work that needs attention. Complete any missing work. Make improvements suggested in marking
Wk 22 Write an evaluation of your Fabric Design project. Follow the guidance in the link below

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Wk 21 On a piece of paper, Design your own mask. Think about shape, colour and decoration. It can be on any theme, but look here for ideas.
Wk 20  Find some abstract paintings that you like on the link :                                                                  On half of page 17 of your sketchbook draw a frame and inside it make your own abstract design based on your choices. Write an explanation of your  picture by the side of it. Extension: watch these films:
Wk18 Have a look at the these images of abstract paintings. Choose one and make a copy of it on page 16 of your sketchbook. You can use the whole page. Use any materials.

Wk17 Have a look at the Masks from around the World in the link . Choose one and make a copy of it on Page 38 of your sketchbook. You can use the whole page. Use any materials

Wk16 Catch-up week. Finish any incomplete work. Improve work that needs attention. Complete any missing work. Make improvements suggested in marking
Wk15 On Page 10, write an evaluation about your Face project following the guidance. You should cover all aspects of the work; the prep sheet, the eye painting & homework, explaining the processes & making an assessment of successes. Have a look at the evaluation outline

Wk 14 On half of page 12, draw a piece of fruit. Use soft lines to accurately define the shape and then use shading to create the sense of form. Add shadow and texture. 
Look at examples here:

Wk 12 Find a fabric or wallpaper design by the Swedish designer Hanna Werning. On half of p11 of your sketchbook, make an accurate copy of it (or a detail from 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

Wk 11 Find a fabric or wallpaper design by the British designer Althea McNish. On half of p11 of your sketchbook, make an accurate copy of it (or a detail from 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 10 - Catch-up week. Finish any incomplete work in your sketchbook. Complete any missing work. Make improvements as suggested in the marking. See all Year 7 tasks here:

Wk 9 - On half of page 8, draw an eye, as shown to you in class. Use pencil and a full range of shading. Ensure you shade the area of skin around the eye.

Week 8 On page 8 of your sketchbook make a final plan for your Main Piece in the Face project. It should be in colour and annotated.

Week 7; Find a portrait by Samella Lewis. Make a copy of it on half of page 6 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. This is due in your lesson in wk 8. See the work of Samella Lewis here.

Wk 6 Find a portrait by Tamara Madden. Make a copy of it on half of p6 of your sketchbook. By the side, write the artist's name, the title of the piece & date it was made. Use the vocabulary sheet to describe the work. This is due in your lesson in wk 7. See the work of Tamara here.

Wk4 - On p4 of your sketchbook, write an evaluation of your Composition project.1.Write about the artists you looked at. 2. Write about the homework and classwork tasks. 3. Write about drawing your final composition 4. Write a self-assessment. See the outline given in class here

Week 3; Look at the pictures by Frida Kahlo in this link

Choose one of them and make a copy of it in colour on half of page 3 in your sketchbook. Using your vocabulary sheet, write two comments about her work. Due in next week's lesson

Wk 2; Look at the pictures by Mary Fedden in this link.

Choose one of them and make a copy of it in colour on half of page 3 in your sketchbook. Using your vocabulary sheet, write two comments about her work.

Wk 1 On half of page 2 of your sketchbook, draw 6 frames and fill each with a different type of shading. Look at this example for inspiration.

Week 20 On half a page of your sketchbook, draw an image inspired by the artist Gillian Ayres. You can use any materials. Click this link to see some paintings by her. Write that your composition was inspired by the artist

Week 19 On half of page 19 of your sketchbook, draw an image by the artist Lyubov Popova. You can use any materials. Click here to see some of her paintings. Write 2 facts about her and one opinion about her work. Find info here:

Wk 17 On half of P16, 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.

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

Week 19 On half of page 19 of your sketchbook, draw an image by the artist Lyubov Popova. You can use any materials. Click here to see some of her paintings.

Write 2 facts about her and one opinion about her work. Find info here:

Wk 20  Write an evaluation of the Fabric project following the guidance on the sheet. Use the whole of Page 17.

Wk 21  Find some abstract paintings that you like on the link :                                                  On half of page 20 of your sketchbook draw a frame and inside it make your own abstract design based on your choices. Write an explanation of your  picture by the side of it.

Week 23: This is a catch-up week; Complete any unfinished work. Refine work that needs improvement. See all homework tasks here:

 

Extension - watch this film

Week 24 - On half of page 23 of your sketchbook copy 2 of the masks in this link.                          Ensure that one is from Nigeria and one from Japan,  pencil or colour.

Week 25 - On the other half of page 23 of your sketchbook copy 2 more of the masks in this link

.                           Ensure that one is from Mexico and one from Italy,  Use pencil or colour.

Week 26 - On page 24 of your sketchbook copy 2 of the masks in this link.  invent a mask of your own design. you can look here for idea:                                        Use any materials.

Wk 28 On P26, draw a pair of scissors - try to capture the full tonal effect to achieve a sense of 3-D

Look here for brilliant examples:

Week 27 - On page 25 write an evaluation for the Mask project.

Wk 30 - On one half of Page 27, draw a map of the area around your home. Include roads, trees, gardens, rooftops, architectural features and street furniture. See here for ideas:

Watch this video for a demonstration:

Week 22 On half of page 19 of your sketchbook, draw an image inspired by the artist Dora Maura. You can use any materials. Click this link to see some paintings by her.

Write that your composition was inspired by the artist

Week 31, On the top of  page 29 of your sketchbook, draw a frame and inside the frame invent 8 of your own symbols. Make at least 8. ; Watch this video for help

Wk 26 - week beginning 27th April.

There are two tasks:

Task one: On the top of one page of your sketchbook, draw at least 8 Aboriginal Art symbols See here for ideas:

Task two: on the bottom half of the page, Make your own version of an Aboriginal painting. See here for ideas

Watch this video for a demonstration:  

Take a photo of your work and email it to me for assessing and comment to ccoultart@bcsweb.co.uk

All the best. Mr Coultart

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

Wk 29 - On one half of Page 27, draw a plan view of one floor of your home. Include fixtures, furniture, windows doors, architectural features and decoration. See here for ideas:

Watch this video for a demonstration:

WK 21  - Catch-up week. Finish any incomplete work in the Map of Life project. Complete any missing work.

Wk 22 Find some abstract paintings that you like on the link :                                                            

On half a page of your sketchbook draw a frame and inside it make your own abstract design based on your choices. Write an explanation of your  picture by the side of it.

Week 23: This is a catch-up week; Complete any unfinished work. Refine work that needs improvement. See all homework tasks here:                                              or go to Teams and check the assignments

Also - watch this film: