Distorted Self - Portrait Lesson

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Published on October 21, 2018

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Distorted Reflections Self - Portrait: Distorted Reflections Self - Portrait By: Ms. Moya What is a portrait?: What is a portrait? Share your ideas! What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “portrait”? What form/composition are portraits usually completed? https:// open.spotify.com/track/0B5ip0MloGLTjOTV7NkYwK?si=36Y7qCnZQ0iz3Pp2OpPIkQ Mona Lisa Las meninas Leonardo Da Vinci Diego velAzquez : Mona Lisa Las meninas Leonardo Da Vinci Diego velAzquez Slide4: LINE COLOR VALUE SHAPE TEXTURE FORM SPACE Elements … PRINCIPLES OF ART: PRINCIPLES OF ART Proportion Variety Balance Movement Rhythm /Repetition/ Pattern Emphasis Unity /Harmony Contrast What we do with the elements of design Slide6: Is the path of a moving point. LINE MOVEMENT: MOVEMENT How your eye moves throughout the artwork EMPHASIS: EMPHASIS Emphasis of an area or focal point: First part of the work that grabs your attention Ways to create Emphasis: Contrast of elements Isolation of objects Location (centering) Le reve buste de femme femme au chapeau pablo picasso pablo picasso henri matisse : Le reve buste de femme femme au chapeau pablo picasso pablo picasso henri matisse How does the element of line affect the composition within each art work? SHAPE: SHAPE A two-dimensional enclosed area Slide12: Organic Shapes are irregular shapes or shapes found in nature Self portrait with bent head Self - portrait egon schiele oskar kokoschka: Self portrait with bent head Self - portrait egon schiele oskar kokoschka What do these portraits have in common? Positive & Negative Space around a shape(s): Positive & Negative Space around a shape(s) Positive - area that objects occupy Negative - area around objects Types of Balance: Types of Balance Formal : occurs when equal or very similar elements are placed on opposite sides of a central axis Symmetrical: two sides identical; mirror image Radial: when the elements of a design come “ out ” from a central point Asymmetry (Informal): balance of unlike elements, b/c two objects may have same visual weight as a larger singular object which is negative space?: which is negative space? Robert mapplethorpe self - portrait andy warhol chuck close: Robert mapplethorpe self - portrait andy warhol chuck close Name the similarities and differences between the two portraits. VALUE The lightness and darkness of a color or tone: VALUE The lightness and darkness of a color or tone Slide19: https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHvH_rC4RMs Self-Portrait with Halo and Snake Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear paul gauguin vincent van gogh: Self-Portrait with Halo and Snake Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear paul gauguin vincent van gogh If you could add/change something about these portraits what would it be? Where are 3 areas of where elements/principles of design are shown within each painting? FORM: FORM A three-dimensional geometrical figure Versus shape , which is two-dimensional, or flat Soft Self-Portrait With Grilled Bacon Self-Portrait from 1907 Salvador dali pablo picasso: Soft Self-Portrait With Grilled  Bacon Self-Portrait  from 1907 Salvador dali pablo picasso What does Dali communicate in his self – portrait? How? Explain. Distorted reflections: Distorted reflections What are some ways that you can distort your self – portrait? VoCabulary: VoCabulary Surrealism: a 20th-century avant-garde movement in art and literature that sought to release the creative potential of the unconscious mind, for example by the irrational juxtaposition of images. Composition : The arrangement of the parts of a work of art . Nostalgic: Characterized by or exhibiting feelings of nostalgia: wistful, evocative, romantic, sentimental Frottage: the technique or process of taking a rubbing from an uneven surface to form the basis of a work of art . Illusion: a deceptive appearance or impression. Vocabulary: Vocabulary Line: An element of art used in drawing, painting and sculpture. A line is the path of a moving point . Portrait: Painting or sculpture representing the likeness of a person Value: The range of lightness or darkness in a color. A gray scale shows the range of values in photography . Enigmatic: difficult to interpret or understand; mysterious . Juxtapositions: the fact of two things being seen or placed close together with contrasting effect. Distortion: give a misleading or false account or impression of. Abstraction: Art created from a realistic situation but represented unrealistically. Abstract art images are "abstracted" from real life images Other Important Terms:: Other Important Terms: Design : arranging your elements in a work that is non-objective or abstract Medium : what an artwork is made of or how it is made Subject matter : what an artwork is OF Rule of Thirds : not centering your subject

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