Lessons for Sculpture

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  • The Mother Culture of Mexico: The Olmecs - … PREPARATION Provide resources that have visual examples of the altars, sculptures, and giant heads of the Olmecs (books, encyclopedias, magazines, Internet … various colors and especially with mixing of colors. VOCABULARY altar sculpture art style expression image Elevated place or structure before which … resource. Provides a brief, detailed history. Very good illustrations of sculptures. Includes information on the art, scuptures, themes, and forms of …
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  • Back to the Drawing Board - … hour Objectives: Students will: 1. Reflect on the differences between sculpture and drawing. 2. Learn about the exhibition "Leonardo da Vinci … are drawn "sculpturally"; practice drawing a still life sculpturally. 4. Draw a live (person or animal) object in the same sculptural drawing style … used for his drawings), encourage students to draw the study "sculpturally." Students should be encouraged to move around the room, exploring …
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  • Calder's Contours - … the searching line technique used by Alexander Calder in his sculptures, mobiles, and paintings as you create an original portrait. 1 … for his hanging sculptures (mobiles), he also created boldly colored floor sculptures (stabiles), as well as paintings and wire sculptures. 2. Before Calder … to Calder's wire sculptures (Medusa and Elephant). Note the similarity of your drawing to Calder's sculptures. Adult supervision is required …
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  • Moore's Smooth Sculptures - … of seeing shapes as you create your own simple, flowing sculpture. 1. Henry Moore, a sculptor, was born in Castleford, England … at Henry Moore's sculptures to notice how simple and flowing his forms are. To create your own sculpture in Moore's … , simple sculptural form. Create a group sculpture with several figures, then smooth them together. Compare and contrast Henry Moore's sculptures with those …
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  • Not Just Another Pretty Face The Gargoyle - … for different purposes such as ceramic masks, clay vessels, paintings, sculptures and weavings. 4. In small groups, have students decide and … the bishop is placed; cathedrals always face west chimeras a sculpture that combines unusual animal mixtures column a cylindrical support with … gargoyle on a building? Some historians believed that these symbolic sculptures were added to cathedrals during the medieval period when most …
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  • Junk Jungle: From the Visions in Art Installation 2001-04 - … learn how to manipulate found objects to create an original sculpture. Student Materials: fiber or wood scraps, straws, popsicle sticks, nut … periods. Background Information: Sculpture primarily takes on one of four types: cast, modeled, carved, or constructed. Constructed sculptures made out of common … books, slides, or posters) that are good examples of constructed sculptures. Some suggested artists would include Deborah Butterfield, Betty Saar, David …
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  • Watercolor Principles of Design - … . This multi-media project links the disciplines of painting and sculpture as students form dimensional paper constructions and paint them with … seven elements of design. Process 1. Begin construction of the sculpture by cutting the pieces from the Multimedia Board. Students may … sculpture with glue to the black mounting board. This will keep the sculpture stable and provide a finished presentation. Variations • Suspend the sculpture
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  • Figuritively Speaking - … , and the emotions that their sculpture conveys. Vocabulary Definitions from Merriam-Webster Online (www.m-w.com) sculpture: a three-dimensional work … objects for textures • variety of glazes • sponges 1. Introduce figurative sculpture with The Freedman image. Define emotion. Discuss the class Experience … was written. Write about their personal interpretation of the sculpture. Review other sculptures of figures including works by Henry Moore, Michelangelo, Degas …
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  • Visual Arts: 3-D Self-Sculpture - … self-portraits, and creating their own self-portraits through clay sculpture. Learning Goals: Learn self-reflection through journaling and discussion Understand … clay to create a 3-D "self-sculpture." Tell students they may create a representational sculpture, or they may use different aspects of their self-concept to create an abstract sculpture. Let the clay …
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  • Recycled Sculptures - … objects, the students will learn the process of creating a sculptural piece by implementing various techniques in their own work. Advanced … , cardboard boxes, cardboard tubes, etc. -Find a picture of a sculpture that the students would be intrigued by Procedure: Introduction: 1 … a class, discuss what they feel the significance of the sculpture is and what it represents (Interpersonal) (Analysis). Ask the students …
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