Goals for the Day: Monday, April 13

What is the best superpower to have?

  Ceramics 2: What Superpower Would You Choose?

  1. DESCRIBE your understanding of PROJECT REQUIREMENTS by participating in an artist(s) demonstration.
  2. LISTEN and reflect on the demonstrated techniques used to create an original piece by observing a professional artist(s).


Intro to Art: Working with a Multi-Layered Stencil

  1. APPLY your understanding of a POSITIVE and NEGATIVE space by removing areas in a stencil
  2. Students will be able to list the areas of a STENCIL along with their importance by writing through guided notes.

We are going to spend the next few days getting familiar with multi-layer stencils.  We will create a series together, and apply paint to come up with a specific compositions, but more importantly, lay the ground work for creating a multi-layer stencil on your own.


Painting 2: How to Create a Mat

There are a variety of different types and styles of mat that you can get for your work. The important part is understanding how to cut it so that you don’t end up making mistakes and costing yourself more money
  1. DEMONSTRATE your understanding of a the mat measuring process by observing a teacher demonstration.
  2. IDENTIFY characteristics of mat making for a painting by labeling the correct terms within guided notes.

We are going to step through the process of measuring and cutting a mat for a painting.  While these steps may vary on paintings of different sizes, what is important to understand is the concept for this process.


Adv. Drawing: Shading

This little guy will help you so much when it comes to “shading” your projects
  1. DEMONSTRATE your comprehension of shading or value terms by taking guided notes and observing an artist demonstration.
  2. IDENTIFY characteristics of SHADING on a drawing by labeling the correct terms within guided notes

take a look at this video before you get started with your shading of any drawing…

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