Lessons for Sculpture

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  • Organic Sculpture outdoors at AMOA - … major artists. Objective: Students will analyze/discuss organic sculpture and will make an organic sculpture using pipe cleaners. Background: On December 16 … an additive or subtractive method to make this sculpture? Would you call this sculpture more geometric or organic? What is the difference … an artist have to make in creating a sculpture for the outdoors vs. a sculpture that would be displayed inside? Activity: Have …
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  • Finding Balance - … of gravity to create balance in a sculpture. They will then create their own sculpture applying the principles they learned about balance … and the thicker areas in the sculpture counteract the force of gravity, helping to keep the sculpture balanced and preventing it from … weight and gravity. Once completed, sculptures should be freestanding and balanced. 11. Look closely at the sculptures. Which body parts are creating …
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  • Shaping Ideas - … : Symbolism in Sculpture Lesson Plans Shaping Ideas: Symbolism in Sculpture?Lesson 3 Planning a School Visit Shaping Ideas: Symbolism in Sculpture?Lesson 3 … critical examination of works of art. Materials Completed student sculptures Images of sculptures from the Getty Museum's collection. Below are suggested … subject, what do the symbols in the sculpture communicate about the subject of the sculpture? In your opinion, how effective are the …
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  • It's Art ... Naturally - … , and then create sketches of original sculptures using these materials. 4. Create their original sculptures and write brief artist's statements. Resources … : a. To what are the driftwood sculptures in Manhattan being compared? b. How do these sculptures incorporate the natural environment around them … . How does the writer describe the sculptures? d. Why did the cleanup crews throw these sculptures away? e. Based on the details …
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  • 3D Paper-Edge Figure Sculptures - … create their own paper figure sculptures. Students will explain how gesture influences the design of their sculptures during a class "gallery walk … we see Keith talking about his public sculptures, his thoughts of the role of sculptures, how and where they are exhibited. This … about Keith Haring? Who does he make sculptures for? Extensions Early finishers can create companion sculptures; if there is more time left …
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  • Clay for Fun: An Introduction to Clay - … ) nearby public sculptures Images of Keith Haring's public sculptures and 3D pieces Materials Art Historical images Pictures of public sculptures Brown paper … look at the clay, pictures of public sculpture, and examples of Keith Haring's public sculpture and 3D work. Key Questions: Can … clay can become hard? Does anyone know what sculpture is? There are some sculptures that we see everyday here in our neighborhood …
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  • Cranimals in 3D - … Studies Age/Grade: Elementary 1, Elementary 2, Elementary 3 Subject: Sculpture Materials: Clay, Mixed Media Institution: School of Visual Arts Location … animals into 3D sculptures. This lesson accompanies the following additional lessons: "Clay for Fun" "Creating a Cranimal" "Paper Sculpture Habitats" Objective The students will develop skills in sculpture. The students will learn about the …
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  • Exploring the Work of Deaf Artists - … to cover the traditional fields of visual fine arts (painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, printmaking) as well as alternative media when used … art through tableau. 22 Soft Sculptures Focus Concepts Using ASL hand signs in a soft sculpture to portray the emotional quality of … . • Stand the balloon in the desired position for the final sculpture. • Dip the newspaper strips in the paste mixture; remove excess …
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  • Mesoamerican Glyphs - … . Picture: Sculpture of clay object. Question: How do you think this was made? Define Additive elements of sculpture. 4. Picture: Sculpture of stone object. Question: How do you think this was made? Define Subtractive elements of sculpture. 5 … "additive sculpture" mean. Describe a piece of sculpture that has used this. b. What does "subtractive sculpture" mean. Describe a piece of sculpture that …
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  • Negative/Positive Space - … sculpture Clear sealer to stiffen the three-dimensional sculpture Papier-mAfAcchAfA* supplies to give students several options for his/her three-dimensional sculpture Tissue paper ( various colors ) to go over wire or papier-mAfAcchAfA* sculpture Construction paper ( various colors ) to be used for three-dimensional sculpture or one-dimensional background Clear …
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