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Attention Art I students! Introduction to Printmaking
Your next lesson is on Printmaking. Through the lesson you will learn about the history of printmaking, learn about the different styles of printmaking, learn printmaking techniques and get to know some artists who created prints. To the right side of the page you will see 3 animated videos. Watch each of them. The first describes your assignment and the second is an example of what your completed assignment might look like. The third and final animation gives you directions on how to create your own animation.
Click on the following link to watch a YouTube video which is a demonstration on relief printing with linoleum. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avfEqD0hhRM
Choose an artist from the following list and answer the questions below for extra credit.
- Pablo Picasso
- Jackson Pollock
- Mary Cassatt
- Salvador Dali
- Vincent Van Gogh
- Leonardo DaVinci
- Christo and Jeane Claude
- Dale Chihuly
- Peter Max
- Frida Kahlo
- Georgia O’Keefe
- Ansel Adams
- Jasper Johns
- Salvador Dali
- Rene Magritte
- El Greco
1.) When and where was the artist born?
2.) What type of training did the artist have?
3.) What style of art did the artist do? (paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography etc.)
4.) What movement was the artist a part of?
5.) Name a work of art the artist created and tell what you like about it.
6.) If you could ask the artist any question, what would it be?
Activities based on the elements of art. http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/index.html
Be an art detective http://www.eduweb.com/pintura/
Learn about art histor http://www.eduweb.com/insideart/
Build a self-portrait….Picasso style! http://www.mrpicassohead.com/create.html
Make your own paintings! http://artpad.art.com/artpad/painter/
Create a one point perspective drawing http://www.olejarz.com/arted/perspective/door.html
Need help with drawing a self-portrait? http://www.portrait-artist.org/face/
Take a virtual field trip to a famous museum http://www.youngatartmuseum.org/
Want some drawing tips? http://studiochalkboard.evansville.edu/draw.html
This website is great for art teachers. Check it out for articles and lesson plan ideas. http://www.theartofed.com/
If you teach ceramics I highly recommend you check out the Ceramic Arts Daily website and register for their daily updates. You will have access to articles and videos containing ceramics techniques and ideas. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/
Art Appreciation! These websites are listed as links to help you with the class!
Looking up information about an artist or art movement? http://www.theartstory.org/
Want to paint digitally? http://www.sumopaint.com/
Creating a presentation? http://prezi.com/ http://animoto.com/
Other sites we like!
This year Hardin Northern had 24 high school art students enter their artwork into the fair; more than any year before! I am so proud of all of my students who entered artwork for everyone to see. You guys did a great job!
Welcome to the Hardin Northern Art website! This website is designed to be an informative website for students as well as parents. On this website you will find links to all high school art courses and homework for each course. Because of this website all high school students in art classes I-IV will have the ability to create an online art portfolio. Not only will this art portfolio be a way for family and friends to see what is going on in class, it will be a way to keep records of how students are doing in class and to track the progress they are making throughout the year. I am very excited for us to have this ability and am looking forward to watching the art website grow.