Creating Art: Media and Processes - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Creating Art: Media and Processes PowerPoint presentation | free to view - id: 162b9-Zjk5N



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Creating Art: Media and Processes

Description:

Drawing: a process of portraying an object, scene, or form of decorative or ... Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol, 1960. Kathy Kollwitz, The Propeller Song. Printmaking ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:2667
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 22
Provided by: tball6
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Creating Art: Media and Processes


1
Creating Art Media and Processes
  • Chapter 3
  • Art In Focus

2
Drawing
  • Drawing a process of portraying an object,
    scene, or form of decorative or symbolic meaning
    through lines, shapes, values, and textures in
    one or more colors.

M.C. Escher
3
Dry or Wet Media
  • Dry Media those media that are applied dry.
  • Wet Media those media in which the coloring
    agent is suspended in a liquid.

Madame Palmyre With Her Dog, Henri
Toulouse-Lautrec
4
Painting
  • An artist creates a painting by arranging the art
    elements on a flat surface in ways that are
    sometimes visually appealing, sometimes shocking
    or thought provoking.

Janet Fish, Honey Jars, 1975
5
Media and Tools in Painting
  • Pigment finely ground powder that gives a paint
    its color.
  • Binder a liquid that holds together the grains
    of pigment in a form that can be spread over a
    surface.
  • Solvent the material used to thin the binder.

6
Printmaking
  • Relief Printing the image to be printed is
    raised from the background.
  • Intaglio a process in which ink is forced to
    fill lines cut into a metal surface.

7
Kathy Kollwitz, The Propeller Song
Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol, 1960
8
Printmaking
  • Lithography printmaking method in which the
    image to be printed is drawn on limestone, zinc,
    or aluminum with a special greasy crayon.
  • Screen Printing paint is forced through a
    screen onto paper or fabric.
  • Serigraph a screen print that has been handmade
    by an artist.

9
Photography
  • A technique of capturing optical images on
    light-sensitive surfaces.

White Fence, 1916
10
Video and Digital Media
  • Any kind of material that can be used, processed,
    and transformed by a computer system.
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?vgiGxd5uRS6I

11
Sculpture
  • Bas Relief the sculptured forms project only
    slightly from the background.
  • High Relief the sculptured forms extend boldly
    out into space.
  • Sculpture in the Round any freestanding work
    surrounded on all sides by space.

12
Sculpture
Lisa Reinertson, MLK
13
Processes of Sculpture
  • Modeling a process in which a soft pliable
    material is built up and shaped into a sculptural
    form.
  • Additive process
  • Carving cutting or chipping a form from a given
    mass of material to create a sculpture.
  • Subtractive process

14
Processes of Sculpture
  • Casting a melted-down metal or liquid substance
    is poured into a mold to harden.

Lisa Reinertson, Mother and Child, 1997
15
Processes of Sculpture
  • Assembly the artist gathers and joins together
    a variety of different materials to construct a
    three-dimensional work of art.
  • Materials could include wood, metal, plaster,
    or any found object.
  • Kinetic Art a sculptural form that actually
    moves in space. (Calder)

16
Architecture
  • The art and science of designing and constructing
    structures that enclose space for a variety of
    human needs.
  • Involves the organization and manipulation of
    three-dimensional forms in space.

17
Architecture
The Chrysler Building, 1930
18
Methods of Construction
  • Post and Lintel one of the earliest methods.
    Placing a horizontal beam or lintel across the
    open space between two posts or other vertical
    supports.
  • Arch and Vault.
  • Barrel Vault several arches placed front to
    back to enclose space.

19
Methods of Construction
  • Groin Vault two barrel vaults placed at right
    angles.
  • Dome a hemisphere placed on walls that enclose
    a circular or square space.

Stone Henge, post and lintel
20
Modern Construction
  • Wood Framing faster, lighter, factory cut.
  • Iron and Steel Frame 19th Century, to construct
    the framework for larger buildings.
  • Reinforced Concrete Construction embedding
    metal rods into concrete.
  • Lightweight Structural Systems intricate
    network of metal rods.

21
Modern Construction

Sidney Opera House
About PowerShow.com