Lessons for Sculpture

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  • Lesson Three - … their sculptures. Ask students to begin to think about which of the following sculptural formats is most appropriate for their sculpture: If their sculptures … whether to make a freestanding, wall mounted, or suspended sculpture, or a sculpture enclosed in a shadow box: Eva Perez' Little People … Mercy Eats it All (Red Star) is a relief sculpture. Explain that sculptures can also be suspended from above, or from below …
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  • Tate Liverpool Resource Box - … Crystalline Centre, sculpture by Naum Gabo, (Perspex constructed sculpture) 8 postcards of Mother and Child, sculpture by Barbara Hepworth, (Stone carved sculpture in Cumberland … Crystalline Centre, sculpture by Naum Gabo, (Perspex constructed sculpture) • 8 postcards of Mother and Child, sculpture by Barbara Hepworth, (Stone carved sculpture in Cumberland … Crystalline Centre, sculpture by Naum Gabo, (Perspex constructed sculpture). • 8 postcards of Mother and Child, sculpture by Barbara Hepworth, (Stone carved sculpture in Cumberland …
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  • Lesson Two - … about the actual sculpture? Which view gives you the least information about the actual sculpture? Describe the masses of the sculpture. Are they … of the sculpture. Although space moves through and around the sculpture, no forms extend out into the space surrounding the sculpture. The masses … Chicana/o sculptures. Beginner Students can describe the masses of a sculpture. Competent Students can describe the masses of a sculpture and how …
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  • Sculpture from Europe - … sculpture? When they have identified it as a piece of sculpture, ask whether they think it is sculpture in the round or relief sculpture. Use this opportunity to review what they learned about the two kinds of sculpture in … this sculpture? (four men) Do you see any animals? (no) Do you think this sculpture is as busy as the Roman sculpture? (no) What do you see in this sculpture? (four men, men …
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  • Family Responsibility and Commitment - … New York of 1966 and 1967 that these sculptures were made public. Picasso’s sculptures were notable for their ingenious transformation of … .) 2. Look closely at the sculpture. What do you see that is unusual or unexpected? (The sculpture is made of objects appropriated … real creature. Notice that the sculpture does not have a uniform texture. Which parts of the sculpture are matte and which are …
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  • Visual Arts: Art in Public Places - … sculpture Work collaboratively to develop sculptural art related to themes in the community Extend their work by translating their sculpture to a "living sculpture … collected can be added to the sculpture. Session 2: Students Interpret Their Own Sculpture Now that the sculpture is finished, what does it … sculpture with statue. A statue is a sculpture that is realistic, usually representing the human form. Sculpture is a broader term, because many sculptures
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  • Pig Art - … (style, theme, mood, materials). Students will use existing ideas of sculpture gathered from their comparisons and apply these ideas to their … kids. At this site the sculpture garden is toured. The Three Little Pigs.Lizzy Visits the Sculpture GardenLizzy is a production of … city sponsored a public art exhibit featuring pigs. The resulting sculptures are explored here. Big Pig GigCincinnati is known as "porkopolis …
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  • Ceramic Tile Wall Murals - Lesson No. 4 Portraits in Clay A Lesson in Sculpture for Elementary Students Sculpture, as an art form, has a long history … world's most famous sculptures of the human figure. Show students examples of classical Greek and Roman sculptures and sculptures by Michelangelo, Bernini … of a face. Sculptor - a type of artist who creates sculptures. Sculpture - a work of art that is meant to viewed from …
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  • A Relief Sculpture of Dinosaur Bones - … sculptures. Show students examples of classical Greek and Roman sculptures and sculptures by Michelangelo, Bernini, Rodin, Degas, and Segal. 4. Explain that most sculptures are created in the round, or are freestanding and completely finished on all sides. Another category of sculpture is called relief sculpture, sculpture that is meant to be viewed from one side only. Relief sculptures have three-dimensional …
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  • Calder Mobile - … meaning of the term sculpture. Look closely at mobile as a kind of sculpture. Compare ways of creating sculpture: carving away or modeling … kind of sculpture today. Ask: Who remembers something about sculpture? What can you tell me about the difference between painting and sculpture? (The … Calder's sculpture compared to the other sculpture we've looked at? (Accept any reasonable answer.) Tell the children that this sculpture is …
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