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Art
attention is on apperace as well as use, porvides pleasure/stimulation, communicate feelings, envokes reaction and response
Art Categories
fine art, indigenous art, applied art, popular art
Elements
Line, shape, color/form, texture, space, value
Principles
balance, movement, contrast, emphasis pattern, unity
Balance
symmetrical vs. asymmetrica, dull and big, bright and small
Line
can be made with anything
Shape
organic or geometric, 2D
Form
3D
color
primary-red, yellow, blue
Secondary-green, purple, orange, indigo, violet
tertiary-primary and secondary ex: red-orange,
Value
light and dark shadding
Texture
touch, real or implied
Space
overlapping, linear perspective, atmospheric perspective
movement
shpaes move to vocal pt, pulls outside edges into picture
contrast
Excitement, 8 different types
Emphasis
vocal area
Pattern
repeated elements of dsign
unity
since of belonging
monochromatic
one color
formalism
focus on elements and principals
contextualism
focus on context
DBAE
discipline based art education, compregensive approach to learning in art
4 disciplines
art history, production, art criticism, aesthetics
Art History
social, cultural, and historical information
Production
application of skills, techniques and knowledge to create art
Art Criticism
learning how to describe, analyze, interpret and evaluate art
Aesthetics
learning how to make subjective assessments, asking philosophical questions related to art
When teaching art you should:
-make connections between art and other content areas, -examine historical context of artworks, look at and interpret works of art, create works of art, demonstrate learning and understanding of concepts taught, exhibit work
3 approaches to drawing
observation, from memory, from imagination
Scribbling stage
2-4, scribble and try to point and name parts of their drawings
Pre-schematic stage
late pre-7, 1st attempts to represent people or objects, value approval, active, hands on, focus on one idea at a time
Schematic stage
7-9, use symbols, no horizon, divide by gender in play, represent characteristics
Realistic stage
9-12, affected by perr influence, increase detail, develop set of values, want to do things "right"
Pseudo-naturalistic stage
12-14, critical of what they make, more adult-like mode of expression, comform to their peers,
Developmental stages
all children go through these stages but not all at the same time
complementary pairs of color
colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel
analogous color
next to each other on the color wheel