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Art III & IV

Dates covered: 10/3-10/13

Objective:  

Students will know how to use watercolor paint and several watercolor techniques

Guided Practice: 

10/3-10/6 Watercolor Studio – Students will come up with a creetive design and use the watercolor techniques that they already know in creating an original art.

10/9-10/13 Watercolor Card – Come up with an original idea for a card. It could be a sympathy card, b-day card, Christmas card, ect. Your card will need to have words that look like a certain type of font and an illustration that that includes watercolor paint. It will be folded in half vertically or horizontally.

Quick Write: What is a landscape? Does it have to look “real” to be considered good?

Independent Practice/Activities:

  1. Create an original card using your knowlege of the different watercolor painting techniques.

Standards: CR.1.VAIII.1 Produce ideas that create multiple solutions to specific visual art problems and reflect artistic expression CR.1.VAIV.1 Produce ideas that create multiple solutions to specific visual art problems and reflect artistic expression CR.2.VAIII.1 Create artwork(s) (e.g., landscape, portrait, still-life, realistic, expressive, abstract) that show deliberate choices of the elements of art in a variety of compositional concerns (e.g., static, dynamic, planar, recession) CR.2.VAIV.1 Create artwork(s) that show deliberate choices of the elements of art in a variety of aesthetic concerns (e.g., beauty/ugliness, artistic intent/viewer response)CR.2.VAIII.2 Create artwork(s) (e.g., landscape, portrait, still-life, realistic, expressive, abstract) with a specific intent that show deliberate choices of the principles of design in a variety of compositional concerns (e.g., static, dynamic, planar, recession) CR.2.VAIV.2 Create artwork(s) with a specific intent that show deliberate choices in the use of principles of design as well as aesthetic concerns (e.g., beauty/ugliness, artistic intent/viewer response)