1) Art criticism process: describe, analyze, interpret, evaluate
2) perspective project: Describe- This piece is in black and white (pencil). Analyze-I could've put a little more structure so it would look more real. Interpret- I was trying to re create the picture I took at Disney. Evaluate- If I took more time with this I could've made it with more texture and detail.
3) 1. Is copying always plagiarism or is there a grey area? In my opinion copying defiantly is in the grey area. You could copy someone else's ideas but still make them your own. Also no two pieces are alike unless you put them through a copying machine. But you shouldn't copy someone's idea without asking.
2. What is artistic style? An artistic style is the style of a particular artist. It is their taste and how they portray art. It is also how other people portray their art as well. Some may be alike in some ways but everyone's style is different.
3. What is a technique you used in your artwork that worked well? Acrylic worked really well in my piece when I had to paint a picture for intro to paint. I liked how bold and smooth it was after I finished the painting. The colors all blended really well together as well. It was a really fun medium to use.
1. my tray is used for eating off of along with the bowl.
2. I came up with my idea when I saw a bowl on the table and I just decided I wanted to make a bowl.
3.Fisrt I got a tray and let it sit for a couple of days because the clay was too wet for me to work with. Then I saw a bowl and I thought it would be cool to be able to eat off of something I've made. After that I molded the clay onto the bowl. Then waited for the pieces to be fired. Then I carved s's into the tray because it looked bland. Finally, I painted both pieces with glaze and fired them.
(this is how they turned out)
I used 2 perspective. I chose to draw in pencil and go over part of it with pen. I took this photo when I went to Disney over spring break. We were walking at downtown Disney and i saw this building and i thought it was really pretty and i wanted to capture this moment.
1. I used five different techniques on my piece. I used paper and gel medium for the first layer. I used white paint to paint presents. I used a sharpie pin to draw the details on the presents. I stitched one side of the postcard and stuck my slip of paper with my topic on it.
2. My word was GIVE and I portrayed it by using light colors and I painted presents on it.
1. My lino cut shows line because the wings have lines to make it more realistic.
2. My piece was successful because my lino cut came out the way I wanted and I didn't cut through it. If I re-did this I probably would have taken a little more time to make the cut more detailed. Also when I printed it I should have put more ink down and held it longer for better results. Something else I didn't think about was the background; it looks like the bee is on a tree, which I thought looked pretty cool.
1. I plan to paint my piece with glaze and acrylic. I'm making my piece into a candle holder so it has holes in it so it wont blow up. I also plan on putting more detail to make it look more like a turtle.
2. Coiling the clay structure was difficult because the clay was hard to work with because it was too hard. Also getting the legs to stay was pretty difficult.
3. Making the top was successful and the designs.
4. First I coiled the clay then I made the top then i carved in detail and then put it in the kiln to get fired.
I chose to use colored pencils for my piece because I thought black and white would be to dull and i wanted my piece to pop so I used the black background.
For my two in one piece I mixed a lion and mountains to make a mountain lion.
The inspiration for my piece was my favorite movie The Lion King. I started out my rough draft by just drawing the face of the lion and then i looked at pictures of mountains and drew them on the body. Then i transferred that process onto my main piece.