Portraiture and Self-Identity Secondary Education PowerPoint-KS3 Boys

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Published on September 24, 2015

Author: AnisaTahzib

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1. Portraiture and Self Identity

2. Learning Objectives  To know more about various male artists who explore portraiture and self-identity  To understand how to create your own portraits that reflect your self-identity inspired by the artists we have looked at  To be able to use the materials provided accurately and effectively

3. What can a portrait convey  Personality  Emotions such as happy and thoughtful  Skill  Accuracy  Experiences  Qualities such as patience, kindness, understanding


5. Chuck Close  Chuck Close is an American portrait painter who became famous for his massive scale photorealist paintings  He is highly focused and meticulously creates his paintings to look exactly like a photograph. He often uses a grid on the photo and copies it cell by cell  He uses his own creative techniques (such as various shapes in the painting on the left) whilst creating highly accurate works and really capturing his personality

6. Chris Ofili  Chris Ofili is an English African Portrait painter.  His travels to USA, Trinidad, Zimbabwe and Spain have influenced how he creates his pieces of art  His Portraits are lively, bold and colourful  He has been inspired by the Bible, hip-hop, Zimbabwean Cave paintings and the artist William Blake.  He uses dots, bold blocks of colour and bring his personality and experiences into his portraits to show his self identity

7. Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn • Rembrandt is a Dutch painter • He captures light and dark (chiaroscuro) successfully in his portraits • His qualities such as sincerity, empathy and kindness are expressed very accurately and this is shown in one of his classical paintings with his high attention to detail • The Bible was a huge inspiration as well as his life experiences. • He melded the material and spiritual worlds in his paintings. Furthermore he included various objects that inspired him into his works of art

8. David Hockney • David Hockney is a British artist who creates detailed portraits and is inspired by music when he creates his works of art to show his self identity. • He uses acrylic and oil paints to create his realistic skin tones and captures his personality and character in his expressions • He creates depth and realism from the use of shading and drawing in proportion

9.  Which artist style do you like the most and why…

10. How to draw in proportion  “All drawing is a constant balance between your observation, your concentration, your judgement and your technique… It is this close observation that will take your drawing to the next level.” ~Artist

11. Techniques

12. Mixing Skin Tones: Basic Light Pallet + + •Mix lots of white with a little yellow and a touch of red •Add a dot of blue to cool down the colour •To create shadows mix brown with red, yellow, white and a touch of black

13. Basic Dark Pallet  Warm tones = Yellow, Brown and Red.  Cool tones= Yellow, Brown and Blue  To create highlights mix yellow and white with a touch of brown and red + + ++

14. TASK  Considering the artists we have looked at how would you portray yourself and identity in your own self- portrait.  Which style and materials would you choose to create your own portrait  Choose one Artist style that we have looked at that inspires you and start drawing out your portrait.  You can bring your own creative techniques into your portrait.  Use the materials provided  (Play background music)

15. PLENARY  What has been successful and why  What would you do differently and how

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