WELCOME BACK – “Whatever you do – Don’t quit!” – Michael Hyatt

Intro to Art: Remembering What a Tessellation IS and DOES

I can:
  • Discuss characteristics of a Tessellation
  • Create and Identify tessellation pattern 

Let’s take a look at yesterday’s work and see what you can re-teach someone at your table.  Since we’ve been gone for a while, we’re gonna have to take some time to get back into the grove of things.  If this seems difficult, make sure you have one of the handouts from before break to refer to.  The “handout” was more of a guide, a “HOW TO”  so don’t look at is as a homework assignment.

Ceramics: Final Holiday Hump Bowl

I can:

  • Follow my previously determined plan for my final project
  • Take advice/criticisms that will help in the completion of my project and better communicate my original concept.

Well, it looks like the next few days will be dedicated to wrapping up the project we had before we left.  There will be big announcements concerning your MID-TERM project that you will want to pay close attention to, so make sure you have some way of keeping track of them.

Painting: Watercolor Study

I can:

  • use the previously practiced techniques on an actual watercolor painting (study)
  • maintain a high level of consistency in my watercolor work.

Well, it looks like the next few days will be dedicated to wrapping up the project we had before we left.  There will be big announcements concerning your MID-TERM project that you will want to pay close attention to, so make sure you have some way of keeping track of them.

Drawing: Pen & Ink Textures

I can:

  • Identify specific characteristics of a pen and ink drawing.
  • Form criticism about artworks that work to accomplish personal meanings.

Well, it looks like the next few days will be dedicated to wrapping up the project we had before we left.  There will be big announcements concerning your MID-TERM project that you will want to pay close attention to, so make sure you have some way of keeping track of them.

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