Art Survey students are continuing to work on their magazine collages. Each student is using 3 analogous colors within their center design and another set of analogous colors for the border. The 2 main colors that the students started with before adding the neighboring colors were a pair of complementary colors.
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Monday, April 27, 2015
Animals in Art students are starting to complete their magazine mosaic project. Each student chose an animal, drew it out, and located colors for it in magazines. They are cutting the pieces into small squares and are gluing it onto the sections within their drawings.
Friday, April 24, 2015
Painting students are continuing to work on their acrylic painting series. Each student started with a black and white version. Their 2nd painting is monochromatic, using a single color plus tints and shades. A few students have moved on to their 3rd and final painting of the series, the complementary color painting.
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Art Survey students are beginning their magazine collage project. This project focuses on color theory and relationships (different color schemes). Each student began with a pair of complementary colors; these are colors that are located across from each other on the color wheel. They then took each color from that pair, located it on the color wheel and picked 2 neighboring colors to create a set of analogous color schemes.
All students began with a 12 x 12 inch piece of paper and measured a 2 inch border all the way around the edge. Within the main part of their page, they divided the square into 3 spaces, anyway they wanted to. They then picked which group of 3 colors to place inside the main portion of their paper and each individual color got it's own space. The second set of analogous colors will be used to color the border, but instead of individual spaces, these will all be mixed together.
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
For their 2nd project, black and white photography students focused on finding areas that had strong lines and shapes. Students created a contact sheet showing all of their pictures, and picked the two they felt turned out the best to enlarge and submit.
Students are in the final stages of their zentangle projects. Below are images of students' work in progress. This class ended up with quite a few turtle projects!
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Most students are continuing to work on their gray-scale version of their painting in their color scheme / value series. Here are a couple of close ups of individual sections of paintings as well as full images of students' work in progress.