Art Show Preparation
Objective: Using the elements and principles of design, the student will develop two sentences which describes their art show project.
Elements of Design: Color, Line, Shape, Value, Form, Texture, Space
Principles of Design: Unity, Pattern, Balance, Emphasis, Rhythm, Movement, Contrast
Step 1: Choose project and practice writing 2 sentences.
Step 2: Partner Check (sticky note) & Write your final sentences on a little white slip (in pen - black or dark blue) from Mrs. C.
***Mrs. Jones please read through the sticky note and description***
Step 3: Canvas Upload and type your 2 sentences.
Step 4: Place project on the cart with the white slip taped on 2D projects or inside pottery (do not fold).
Step 5: Get back to work on your unfinished projects.
Preparing to Impress others!
- Choose a project.
- Practice: Write your description (2 complete sentences using 2 art terms correctly). See info below.
What makes an excellent description?
1. Includes all requirements:
Elements of Design:
Color, Line, Shape, Value, Form, Texture, Space
Principles of Design:
Unity, Pattern, Balance, Emphasis, Rhythm, Movement, Contrast
"The hardest part was shading the picture and showing the texture. The most exciting part was drawing the shapes and seeing how they would turn out with the light and dark shading."
"My favorite part of my art work would be the space I used in the paper to separate the objects. The hardest part about it would be the shading and clean lines."
- Get a sticky note frome Mrs. C.
- Show your description to a partner that will help you fix mistakes (grammar and spelling).
- ***Mrs. Jones please read through the sticky note and description***
- Get a final small white description slip and write out the info with a pen (black or dark blue).
- Go to Canvas - upload photo & type in your sentences
- Final Step:
- Pottery : Place on cart with white slip inside. Do not bend!
- Flat 2-D artwork: Tape description to bottom of artwork and place on cart. Tape should be on the back!
- Go back to the Final Week and work on unfinished projects and evaluations.