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Title: Art Movements That May Move You! Author: Robyn Litt Last modified by: EC Created Date: 7/5/2008 5:30:16 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: It all depends upon


1
It all depends upon
  • your point of view!

2
Elements of ART
  • Today we will use

Line, Shape, Space, Form, Texture, Color, Value
3
Line
  • Straight lines reflect strength, artificial or
    manmade structures, directness.
  • Curved lines reflect nature, organic structures,
    indirectness.
  • Diagonal lines action
  • Vertical lines strength
  • Horizontal lines calm

4
Value
  • Lightest to Darkest of a single hue or color

5
Form and Space (3D)
  • The container of positive space (or that space
    we recognize as making up an object)
  • Glass jar is the form.

Positive space is inside the form, negative space
is around it.
6
Abstract Art
  • When did it arrive on the scene?
  • It was evident in early ancient civilization
    artwork.
  • Most often implemented by religious groups that
    would object to realistic figures being too
    God-like such as early Hebrew and Muslim sects.

7
Art Movements That May Move You!
8
Realism
  • Jean Francois-Millet The Gleaners

Realism artists strove to capture accuracy in
lighting, figures, objects, and scenes in a
positive way for the viewer.
Late 19th Century Europe
9
Impressionism
  • Claude Monet Water Lilies

Impressionism was a movement started to capture
reflected light in landscapes that gave an
impression of a subject rather than a realistic
depiction that a camera might take. Use of
primary colors were often prevalent to show the
diffusion of light on objects. Shape was a
dominant element.
Late 19th and early 20th Century
10
Expressionism
  • Edvard Munch The Scream

Expressionists exaggerated color and line to
express emotional feelings of the artist toward
the subject matter.
Early to mid 20th Century
11
Cubism
  • Pablo Picasso Woman with Pears

Abstracting an object into a geometric planes.
Early to mid twentieth century
12
Abstract Expressionism
  • Action Art
  • Jackson Pollock Pasiphae

Using the elements of art in a spontaneous way to
create an abstraction that emerges through the
process.
Mid 20th century
13
Abstract Expressionism
  • Colorists

Rothko Number 10
Using the elements of art in a spontaneous way to
create an abstraction that emerges through the
process.
Mid 20th century
14
Abstract Expressionism
  • One of the most influential artists in America.
  • Russian born
  • Sculptor
  • Mid 20th Century
  • Who was it?

15
Louise Nevelson
16
Your Mission
  • Create a paper sculpture in the style of Nevelson
    that focuses on line, space, and form onlyno
    thought to subject matter.
  • Use one of the three types of balance
  • Asymmetrical
  • Symmetrical
  • Radial
  • Follow the rules given
  • in the GRASP and Rubric

17
Use of the Elements
  • How did you use line, space, form, and value in
    your own sculpture?

18
Team Sculpture
  • Everyone at your table group combine your
    sculptures into one pieceand then brainstorm for
    a title that you all agree on using.

19
Gallery Walk
  • View the sculptures created.
  • Did you create with purpose?
  • Can art exist without subject matter?
  • Did the intent of the artwork change in the
    process?
  • Did your artwork change to reflect the culture of
    your group?

20
Art Movement Quiz
  • Number your paper 1 to 5 and see how you do in
    the following quiz
  • List any of the following movements you see
  • Realism, Impressionism, Expressionism,
  • Abstract Expressionism, and Cubism

21
1
Abstract Expressionism Rothko
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2
Cubism Braque
23
3
Expressionism Soutine
24
4
Impressionism Manet
25
5
Realism Jones
26
Answer Key
  • 1 Abstract Expressionism/ Rothko
  • 2 Cubism/Braque
  • 3 Expressionism/ Soutine
  • 4 Impressionism/ Manet
  • 5 Realism/Jones
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