Famous artworks using Texture
Lines of Inquiry
Lines of Inquiry
- Artists use a range of elements in art to stimulate our senses.
- Artworks can have a textural quality which is applied to stimulate our sense of touch.
- Artworks can stimulate our sense of sight.
- Texture can be real or applied as in paintings or sculpture.
- Artists use a range of media to create texture in their work.
- Artists use texture in their work and without it it would be difficult to imagine the material being replicated.
first part of our inquiry was to look at the work of the Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh. He uses a lot of texture in his work by applying thick paint an strong brushstrokes. We made a transcription of his famous painting STARRY NIGHT using oil pastel and watercolor. He has created texture in many of his paintings using the same technique.
Starry Night By Vincent Van Gogh.
Words we are using in our unit of inquiry.
Words we are learning
Vincent van Gogh
Creating Texture through pattern and line.
Grade 1 have been creating a range of textures using different lines and pattern
Applied Texture through Drawing.
These are the textures we created using silver and gold pens on blackboards.
QUICK PRINT TECHNIQUE
We took our drawings and made a print called QUICK PRINT using a polystyrene board.
Our New Unit of Inquiry
Imagination engages us in diverse interactions with the world around us.
Lines of Inquiry
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Before seeing the end of the film we had to imagine where the lost thing lived.
Surrealism modern art with images that are based on the world of dreams and fantasy.
Can you tell which of the images are paintings and which are photos?
Using magazine images and a picture of Singapore we created a surrealist compostion. Strange things happened have a look!
HONEY I SHRUNK THE KIDS.
Wedneday 7th October
Wayne Szalinski is a crazy scientist who invents a shrinking machine that is so powerful it only blows things up. When the kid next door hits a baseball through the window and it lands in the path of the machine's laser, it begins working. Wayne's two kids plus the ones next door end up getting shrunk. Wayne accidentally sweeps them up and puts them out with the trash, so they then have to travel through the thick grass back to the house, while braving giant bugs, sprinklers, and a lawn mower.I
We are going to imagine what our world looks like when we have been shrunk;
- Everything will look surreal because they look bigger.
- Maybe things will look scary like Miss Caz's shoes walking towards me.
- Maybe the cleaner will try and vacuum me and throw me away.
- Maybe I will drown in the sink.
- Maybe a grade 5 student will add me to their collage by accident.
- Maybe I will have to fight a battle with a fly.
- Maybe Miss skyrtic will think I am a bug an spray me with Baygon.
- Maybe Miss caz thinks I am ............................................................... and..............................
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ARABIC ART UNIT 3
OCTOBER 21ST 2015
ARABIC ART UNIT 3.
Cultural traditions can be preserved in artwork, and can help people express their identities.
LINES OF INQUIRY.
- Middle eastern architecture, the roles of pattern in Islamic art
- Islamic patterns are structured and mathematical.
- Repeated patterns in Arabic art have religious significance.
- How Arabic calligraphy is used as an art form as well as in communication.
- Arabic patterns contain shapes rather than images of people and animals.
- Arabic patterns and calligraphy are used to embellish ordinary everyday objects.
- Arabic lettering is used as pattern and as a comunication.
Kaleidescopes can generate similar patterns to Arabic designs in that they are repeated and symmetrical.