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ART ( Yr 9, 10 & 11) - 3 years

ART ( Yr 9, 10 & 11) - 3 years

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Published by: Yenny Tiga on Dec 29, 2009
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TERM ONEUNIT / TOPICSTOOLS / MEDIARESOURCELESSON DESCRIPTION/SUGGESTEDATIVITIESLEARNINGOBJECTIVEPAINTING :
STILL LIFE ( 
 
ORGANIC AND NON ORGANIC )ORGANIC ANDNON ORGANIC
Wet and dry mediumView finderDefinition of:1.Composition2.Theme3.Colour.
Composition
 
Composition refers to the way the variouscomponents of a painting are arranged. Thiscould include how an artist decides to use thevarious design elements in their painting. It canalso include how an artist place their chosensubject within the frame of their painting. Thevisual structures of a painting can be composedin an endless variety of ways and it up to theartist to select and organize the component toachieve the desired effect.
Colour 
Colour is often considered to be the mostimportant design elements in painting. It has thepower to effect and influence the appearanceand mood of an image. Colour can make picturelook bright cool an refreshed, warm, hot andhumorous or dark, dreary and depressing. Thecolour use can create a mood or atmosphere thatsuits the subject matter.
Theme
ART – SPN 21 SCHEME OF WORKYEAR 9 TERM 1
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UNIT / TOPICSTOOLS / MEDIARESOURCELESSON DESCRIPTION/SUGGESTEDATIVITIESLEARNINGOBJECTIVEPAINTING :
STILL LIFE ( 
 
ORGANIC AND NON ORGANIC ) …continued ORGANIC ANDNON ORGANIC
Wet and dry mediumView finderSUGGESTED ACTIVITIESHow to compose still life with regard to:1.Composition2.Theme3.ColourDrawing from different eye levels (multi viewpoint) Thematic choice e.g. Found object, organic andnon organic.Contrast shapes and coloursReflective, dull, hard, softExperiment with different colours and techniquesColours, warm, cool, sad, happy Techniques of painting1Wash2Hard colourNeeds consideration
Light
Background
SpaceHow to set up a composition e.g. linear, verticalHidden message or a story behind the chosenobject. Sadness, sublime etc.
ART – SPN 21 SCHEME OF WORKYEAR 9 TERM 1
2
 
UNIT / TOPICSTOOLS / MEDIARESOURCELESSON DESCRIPTION/SUGGESTEDATIVITIESLEARNINGOBJECTIVEPAINTING :
STILL LIFE ( 
 
ORGANIC AND NON ORGANIC ) …continued ORGANIC ANDNON ORGANIC
Wet and dry mediumView finderSUGGESTED ACTIVITIESHow to compose still life with regard to:4.Composition5.Theme6.ColourDrawing from different eye levels (multi viewpoint) Thematic choice e.g. Found object, organic andnon organic.Contrast shapes and coloursReflective, dull, hard, softExperiment with different colours and techniquesColours, warm, cool, sad, happy Techniques of painting3Wash4Hard colourNeeds consideration
Light
Background
SpaceHow to set up a composition e.g. linear, verticalHidden message or a story behind the chosenobject. Sadness, sublime etc.
ART – SPN 21 SCHEME OF WORKYEAR 9 TERM 1
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