AVI3O Final Assessment 2D or 3D

AVI3O Final Assessment 2D or 3D ! HOMAGE: An act or expression of respect or honour; great respect especially as shown by outward action. Combine an ...
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AVI3O Final Assessment 2D or 3D !

HOMAGE: An act or expression of respect or honour; great respect especially as shown by outward action. Combine an older artist with a contemporary artist and your own personal influence to create a new piece of art.!


In this culminating activity you will pay homage to a great artist by somehow referencing either their style/ content (subject matter)/ technique/ medium in a new original artwork. You will not simply copy their work, but reference the work in some way leading to your creation of an original artwork. You may use either painting (acrylic or watercolour) or drawing techniques (pen and ink, pencil crayon, pencil) or build something with various material we have used this year (cardboard, plaster cast, wire, assemblage of different materials) to create a 3D sculpture. (if you plaster on top of the sculpture you can then paint/ draw on its surface if you’d like to).!


PROCESS:! STEP 1) Choose an artist to pay HOMAGE to. Research as many as you can until you find one you like. (other artists may be acceptable, ask me!)!


List of Artists to choose from: (use the text book to find information on your artists, as well as the internet)! Marc Chagall, Norval Morriseau, Daphne Odjig, Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro, Pierre Renoir, Paul Gauguin, Paul Cezanne, Edgar Degas, Henri Matisse, Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, Georges Seurat, Andre Derain, Salvador Dali, Willem De Kooning, Norman Rockwell, Alexander Calder, Andy Warhol, David Hockney, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Raushenberg, Leonardo da Vinci, Georgia O’Keeffe, Frida Kahlo, Gustav Klimt, Sophie Anderson, Rene Magritte, Keith Haring, Jasper Johns, Margaret Kilgallen, Shepherd Fairey, Jasper Johns, Judith Leyster, Piet Mondrion, Jackson Pollock, Elizabeth Murray, Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, Edvard Munch, John Henri Fuseli, Diego Rivera, MC Escher, Kenojuak Ashevak ! SOURCES: http://library.thinkquest.org/J001159/famart.htm!


More Artists:! Wayne White’s sculpture, Trey Speegle, Jennifer Davis, Lisa Congdon, Martha Rich, Alex Pardee, Ben Skinner, Peregrine Honig, Alyson Fox, Julia Pott, Camilla Engman, Kelly Lynn Jones, Ashley Goldberg, Aris Moore, Cassandra Smith, Jesse Draxler, Dolan Geiman, Hollie Chastain, Arian Behzadi, Luara Mckellar, Rachel Denny, Emily Barletta, Amanda Happe, Kate Pugsley, Leah Giberson, Holly Farrell, Fiona Ackerman, Lisa Golightly, Deidre But-Husaim, Justin Richel, Amanda Smith, Wendy Walgate, Adam Walla Cavage, Ruan Hoffman, Mel Robson, Kate Bingman-Burt, Ashley Percival, Julia Rothman, Mary Kate McDevitt, Sidney Pink, Shannon Rankin, Chloe Fleury, Kristi Malakoff, Matthias Heiderich, Amy Friend!



STEP 2) ARTIST CARD! - 1st FILL IN THE LANGUAGE OF ART DEFINITIONS!! - You will choose 1 artist to do a brief study on. ! - This will require you to find out basic information about your chosen artist. ! - Name, date of birth/ death, famous artworks they created (3-4), characteristics of their style, and 4 interesting facts about the artist! - After gathering all the necessary information you will create an artist card, which includes all the information as well as a visual expression of that artist’s style. This image may include a portrait of the artist or could just reflect images that are characteristic of their style. Eg. Matisse used a lot of bold colour in every image!


STEP 3) BRAINSTORMING/ CREATIVE PROCESS - Begin sketches for your artwork (2D or 3D) based on some aspect of the artists you choose to pay homage to. You must have 4 mini compositions sketched out with variations of your plan. Beside each box explain which elements and principles you are focusing on. *** this sheet can be found on the following page. (THINKING/ INQUIRY mark)!

! STEP 4) Discuss your sketches with peers and begin working on good copy. ! ! STEP 5) ANALYZE/ REFLECT ON YOUR WORK- answer the REFLECTION QUESTIONS (separate page)! *use the language of art in your answers – elements and principles of design!!!

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! Shape-! ! Form-! ! Space-! ! Value-! ! Texture-! ! Colour-! !


! Unity-! ! Emphasis-! ! Contrast- ! ! Repetition-! ! Rhythm- ! ! Movement-! ! Proportion-! ! Variety- ! !

Finally, we will have an artist party to celebrate all the artwork that is created. At the party we will dress up in attire to look like a famous artist of your choice, or a famous work of art. Lastly, you will do a “Constructive Critique” on one of the artworks on display!


Constructive Critiquing: Describe, Analyze, Interpret and Judge the art we see using the language of art.!

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Reflection (Communication Mark)! Use full sentences.!


1. In the space below identify a strength you displayed with this project related to technique, planning, design or creativity.!

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In the space below detail the evidence that supports the strength you named above. Describe specifically where this strength can be seen or how you demonstrated it in your art assignment.!

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2. In the space below identify any difficulties or problems you needed to overcome while working on this project. !

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In the space below describe the steps, you took to solve the difficulties or problems identified above OR the steps you followed that lead to a successful completion of this project. !

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Constructive Peer Critique!


ARTIST’s Name (classmate):_____________________________! ARTIST they focused on:__________________________________!


Description: What do you see in the artwork? (ex. title, date, Physical qualities, subject matter?)!

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Analysis: What are the elements and principles of design the artist used to create this work?!

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Interpretation: What message is the artist trying to convey? (feelings, message of the piece)!

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DUE DATE/ ARTIST PARTY: Tuesday, Jan 20th /2014


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Knowledge/ Understanding! - Artist study is complete (artist card)! - Use of art language in critique and reflection questions

Expectations not met

Poor/ limited

Fair/ Good Excellent Some

Thinking/ Inquiry! - Student completes the “constructive critique” based on one of their peers art works! - Finished work demonstrates creative thinking and use of the creative process (brainstorming - sketches) Communication! - Reflection questions done: Student shares their thoughts/ ideas about their own artwork ! - Student also shares their thoughts from their critique on a peer’s work during discussion at the artist party Application! - Creative process: brainstorming and rough work (4 mini composition sketches) done prior to good copy! - Originality/ creativity: is unique and demonstrates imagination! - Shows a creative solution to the artistic problem of homage paid to the work of another artist(s)! - Composition: evidence of attention to elements and principles of design (unity/ line, shape etc)! - Use of media/ material chosen: shows an understanding of the various techniques their choice of medium is capable of (experimentation)