Year 9 Page

This Week's Homework

Week 30. On the whole of page 25, draw an image of your final design for your group's sculpture. Label it. Demonstrate how it reflects the "Education" theme. Concentrate on the "finish" of the sculpture, i.e. texture, colour, surface. Bring it in to show your group next week. 

Week 30 Finalise your plan for your sculpture. You must make a detailed drawing in your sketchbook. It should be annotated and clearly show the materials you plan to use and link to your chosen theme.

WK 22  - Find an image by the Artist, April Bey on the following Board April Bey Make a copy of it on half a page of your sketchbook. Task 2; find a picture of a celebrity - bring it to class next week

Week 28 Revise for your art test. See guidance here

Wk 25 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)

Wk 9 - On half of page 9, 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.

WK 21  - Catch up with any missing work from the cartoon project

Wk 31:  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:

Week 27 Pop Art Portrait Evaluation. Set out a page of your sketchbook as shown in class and write and evaluation of your work in the Pop Portrait project. You can embellish your page with Pop Art imagery. See guidance here

Week 26 Catch-up week. Ensure you have completed all homework in the "Pop Art" and "Massive" projects.

Wk19-  Look at the images by Jon Burgerman in this link                                               Choose one and make an accurate copy of it on half of a page of your sketchbook. Add the artist's name at the top. Add a sign  or placard that protests against an issue you are concerned about. eg, Global warming, Race relations, Gender equality, Protect wildlife.

WK 12  - Draw a shoe. On the next half a page of your sketchbook, make a drawing of a shoe or trainer. Use pencil. Ensure you employ shading techniques.

Look here for instructional videos:

WK 11  - Catch-up week. Finish any incomplete work in the Fashion Design project. Complete any missing work. Make improvements as suggested in the marking.

See all Year 9 tasks here:

WK 10  - On half of page12 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.

Wk 5 - 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. See some examples here:

Week 9 - On page 11 of your sketchbook, 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.

WK 10  - On half of page12 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.

Week 11 - 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:

Week 12 Homework Watch this video on Pop Art. Subsequently, on page 16 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.

Wk14 -  Look at the image "Hope" by Shepard Fairey in this link                                               Make an accurate copy of it on half of page 17 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 here:

Week 15 - Look at the images of faces by Andy Warhol in the link below. Make an accurate copy of one on half of page 17 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.

Week 16: This is a catch-up week; Complete any unfinished work. Refine work that needs improvement. See all homework tasks here:

Extension: Look at the images of faces by Pauline Boty in the link below. Make an accurate copy of one on half of Page 18 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.  

Week 17 - On page 22, 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

Week 18 - On half of page 23, Study the work of Rick Kirby. Choose one and on half of page 23 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

Week 24 Look at the images by the sculptor, Anish Kapoor here:

Make quick sketches of two of them and write about them by reading the article here:

Wk 19 Write an evaluation of your Pop Portrait project Put the title at the top of page 19 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. See the evaluation sheet here:

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)

Week 29. On page 24, draw an image of your proposed design for your group's sculpture. Label it. Demonstrate how it reflects the "Education" theme. Bring it in to show your group next week. 
Week 28 Make a cardboard structure. Have a look at the guidance in the link below or do your own research on the internet. Make a small, simple card structure and bring it in to show your group next week. 
Week 27 Write an evaluation of your Pop Art project.
Follow the guidance here:
Week 26 Homework: Catch-up week. Improve, refine or complete any homework that needs attention. Ensure your sketchbook is up to date by next lesson
Week 25- On half of page 23, make a copy of a sculpture by Rachel Whiteread and one by Anish Kapoor.  Note the artist's name and the title of the piece. Write some information about the sculptures. See these links for examples, or find your own. 
 
Week 24 - On page 22, make a copy of a Public Sculpture of your choice. Draw a frame then draw your chosen piece inside the frame. Note the Artist's name and the title of the piece. Write some information about the sculpture. See this link for examples, or find your own. 

copyright

C. Coultart 2010-2019

Week 23 - On page 22, 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
Week 22 Homework There is no homework this week
Week 21 Homework Catch-up week. Improve, refine or complete any homework that needs attention. Ensure your sketchbook is up to date by next lesson
Week 20 Homework
Come up with 2 or 3 sketches of ideas for a main piece. Then choose your favourite one and p
lan a final piece in the Pop Art Project. you must include at least two of the techniques practised in the prep sheet. Do this on page 19 of your sketchbook. note the materials you aim to use.
Week 19 Homework
Look at these pictures  by the British Pop Artist, Peter Blake.
Then on page 18 of your sketchbook draw a 9-square box and fill each square with an image from contemporary life. You can use cartoons, words, celebrities, products, collage, symbols, Emojis etc
Extension: Watch this video on Pop Art. 

Week 18 Homework Watch this video on Pop Art. Subsequently, on page 17 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.

Week 17 - Look at the images of faces by April Bey in the link below. Make an accurate copy of one on half of page 16 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. 

Wk 16 - On p14 and 15 of your sketchbook, prepare for your trip to the Tate Gallery next Wednesday. On Page 14 write the title "Tate Britain" using a block style of lettering. Underneath draw four empty frames like those shown in class. On Page 15, draw four more empty frames:
Visit the website in the link below to have a tour of some of the galleries you might see.
Wk 15 - On p12 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 and Write about drawing your large fashion design 5. Write a self-assessment. See the outline given in class here
Wk14 -  Look at the image "Hope" by Shepard Fairey                        Make an accurate copy of it on half of page 13
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 here:
Week 12 - This is Catch up week. Improve, refine, correct or add to previous homework tasks in the Fashion Design project. Complete any pieces you missed.

Week 11: Draw a frame on one half of P11. Inside it draw a picture by one of the artists in the hyperlinks. Add three comments about the artist and/or picture.

Week 10: Divide Page 10 into two frames. In the left-hand one, copy some images from the colour board In the right hand frame copy some images from the black and white board

Week 8 Write an evaluation of your War & Conflict Project. Put the title "War & Conflict" at the top of p7 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 describing a different aspect of the work.  Check the evaluation sheet here:

Wk 7 - On half of page 8 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.

Wk 6 - On half of page 8 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.

Week 4 On page 5 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

Week 3 Draw a bunch of keys. Choose some with a key fob. Lay them on the table in front of you. Using a 2B pencil, draw the basic shape of the keys as shown in class. When you are happy you have all the shapes & outlines add shading. Use a full range of shading techniques such as hatching, cross hatching, block, and stipple.  Watch this video for further advice and then use the techniques in your drawing.

Week 2: On Page 3 of your sketchbook, make some studies of the painting by Pablo Picasso called, "Guernica" See "Guernica" here:                             Use black and white materials. Add some information about the painting.

Week 1. Study the pictures by Faith Ringgold in this link

Choose one & make a copy of it on half PAGE 3 of your sketchbook. By the side of the image, add Ringgold's name, the title of the picture & write 3 comments about it

Summer holiday work; Number all the pages of your sketchbook. On Page one, make a title page using the words "War and Conflict" On page 2 of your new sketchbook you should do these two pieces of work; 1)Copy a painting by Tam Joseph from here;                                                  Add some information about Tam Joseph from here                      

2) Copy a painting by Kathe Kollwitz from here                                    Write some information about her from here:

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 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.

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

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.