HW Drawing for sculpture- colour study• Choose one of the images of anatural object and create adetailed drawing.• Use col...
HW Artist Study• Research and write about one of theartists we have studied so far• You need to research and find out;• D....
Drawing from Natural Objects• LO to create a study of natural formshowing tone in Ink• Choose an object that you like thel...
ORGANIC FORMSMaterials andprocesses
• I want you to think thought about how we canuse paper in a different way• I liked the idea of making freestandingsculptu...
Elsa Mora
Mai Thomashttp://www.maithomas.com/gallery.html
Barbara Hepworth• Barbara Hepworth• Windows intolandscapes• Inspired by naturalforms• She lived in Cornwall.• All her work...
HW Btec L3 Yr 1Choose a secondary source from theworksheet I have given you.Your work should be bold texturaland detailed....
HW• Research and write about one of theartists we have studied so far• You need to research and find out;• D.o.b• Where th...
Alison Stigorahttp://alisonstigora.com/section/57557_Drawings.html
Natural forms starter“Twombly’s gestural mark-makinginevitably evokes the problem ofhow to visually represent speech;the p...
Cy Twombly• This way of working reminds me ofsomething I read about CyTwombly, who reportedlypracticed drawing in the dark...
Blind drawing 15mins• Learning Objective; to draw usingtouch and feel as a startingpoint, to be bold, andexperimental• Fee...
Descriptive drawing 15mins• Get into pairs• Take it in turns to describe theobject to each other• Keep the object in the b...
HW• Research and write about one of theartists we have studied so far whichfits in with what you may like tocreate for you...
HW Karl Blossfeldt• Research and write about Karl Blossfeldt• You need to research and find out;• D.o.b• Where he was born...
Visual Brainstorm --ideasLO: Brainstorm ideas for yoursculpture.It should be a train of thought, ideaslinked and visualise...
Checklist of work so far:• Natural forms front page (inc mark making and drawings, imagesthat interest you)• 1st Artists s...
Starting with large sculptural formChoose one idea from yoursketchbook/brainstorm• You should havephotos, drawings, object...
HW• Create a drawing of a sculptureidea for this project. A3 full page.• You have done this in the lessontoday but now cre...
SCULPTURE- Get to it!Learning Objectives1.To show your working andyour experiments for yourmain piece in your sketchbook.2...
HW• Research and write about the artistthat is influencing you the most andLINKS strongly to your sculpture.• You need to ...
Collating all work in sketchbookyou should have:• Title page- choose natural form sculptures that you like to add tothis, ...
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Natural Form Sculpture

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  • 1. HW Drawing for sculpture- colour study• Choose one of the images of anatural object and create adetailed drawing.• Use colour and tone.• This drawing should be at least A4in size, but would be even better ifA3.• Take your time include as muchdetail as possible spend at least 11/2 hours!
  • 2. HW Artist Study• Research and write about one of theartists we have studied so far• You need to research and find out;• D.o.b• Where they where born• Where they studied• Qualifications they gained.• Information about their artistic life• Choose one of their sculptures andwrite a personal response. Bedetailed and descriptive.• Create an A5 copy of this work inpencil or pen, show what you havelearnt in the lesson today.• This should take you at least 2 hours!• Julie Dodd• Mai Thomas• Dail Behennah• Celia Smith• Ernesto Neto
  • 3. Drawing from Natural Objects• LO to create a study of natural formshowing tone in Ink• Choose an object that you like thelook of, you need to study it indepth!• Draw it enlarged in pen/ink• Tone and LINE• Your drawing should be as 3D aspossible!• What do you need to do to achievethis?• Darks dark, lights light• Once you have finished we are goingto photocopy this and repeat thetone, getting darker and darker
  • 4. ORGANIC FORMSMaterials andprocesses
  • 5. • I want you to think thought about how we canuse paper in a different way• I liked the idea of making freestandingsculptures• This led to looking at Fashion- contemporaryand historical for inspiration• There is a common thread- ORGANIC FORMSwhich will be the theme of today’s workshop...
  • 6. Elsa Mora
  • 7. Mai Thomashttp://www.maithomas.com/gallery.html
  • 8. Barbara Hepworth• Barbara Hepworth• Windows intolandscapes• Inspired by naturalforms• She lived in Cornwall.• All her work wasmeant to react withthe landscape.
  • 9. HW Btec L3 Yr 1Choose a secondary source from theworksheet I have given you.Your work should be bold texturaland detailed.Create an enlargement of one of thepieces in colour.Consider the sculptural drawingtechniques that you have learnt inthe lesson today.Work on A3 paper ready to putstraight into your sketchbook
  • 10. HW• Research and write about one of theartists we have studied so far• You need to research and find out;• D.o.b• Where they where born• Where they studied• Qualifications they gained.• Information about their artistic life• Choose one of their sculptures andwrite a personal response. Bedetailed and descriptive.• Create an A5 copy of this work inpencil or pen, show what you havelearnt in the lesson today.• This should take you at least 2 hours!• Peter Randall Page• Alison Stigora• Richard Long• Dail Behennah• Andy Goldsworthy
  • 11. Alison Stigorahttp://alisonstigora.com/section/57557_Drawings.html
  • 12. Natural forms starter“Twombly’s gestural mark-makinginevitably evokes the problem ofhow to visually represent speech;the paintings’ most obvious likenessis to graffiti-covered walls, and heoften uses pencil in addition topaint. The marks comprise anexpansive lexicon ofhandprints, tracing, big sweeps ofthe arm, furious doodles, languidmeanders, boredinscriptions, anxious erasures andmore.”• Scribble as hard as you can on thepaper• Make delicate marks- hardly there• Combine the 2 think of it as makingyour own language
  • 13. Cy Twombly• This way of working reminds me ofsomething I read about CyTwombly, who reportedlypracticed drawing in the darkwhen he was drafted into the armyand worked as a cryptographer in1953. Having seen “primitive”mark-making in North Africa, hewas intent on recovering thedirectness of theunschooled, unselfconscious artist.
  • 14. Blind drawing 15mins• Learning Objective; to draw usingtouch and feel as a startingpoint, to be bold, andexperimental• Feel what is in the bag and thendraw it on the paper• You may find it easier to close youreyes• Don’t worry about what it lookslike, the whole point of this is tocreate a different kind of drawing
  • 15. Descriptive drawing 15mins• Get into pairs• Take it in turns to describe theobject to each other• Keep the object in the bag so theperson drawing is not tempted tolook!• Think about the language you areusing• You need to be as descriptive aspossible• Size• Texture• Line• Shape• Colour
  • 16. HW• Research and write about one of theartists we have studied so far whichfits in with what you may like tocreate for your sculpture• You need to research and find out;• D.o.b• Where they where born• Where they studied• Qualifications they gained.• Information about their artistic life• Choose one of their sculptures andwrite a personal response. Bedetailed and descriptive.• Create an A5 copy of this work incolour,• This should take you at least 2 hours!• Peter Randall Page• Alison Stigora• Richard Long• Dail Behennah ( example above)• Andy Goldsworthy• Anish Kapoor• Or any other artist which fits with thisproject of your own choice
  • 17. HW Karl Blossfeldt• Research and write about Karl Blossfeldt• You need to research and find out;• D.o.b• Where he was born• Where he studied• Qualifications he gained.• Information about his artistic life• Choose one of his photos and write apersonal response. Be detailed anddescriptive.• Create an A3 copy of one of his works.work in pencil, charcoal or tonal paint.• You should really be showing the tones indetail, as you have been doing in class-sculptural drawing!• This should take you at least 2 hours!
  • 18. Visual Brainstorm --ideasLO: Brainstorm ideas for yoursculpture.It should be a train of thought, ideaslinked and visualised.• You may list materials you like• Sculptors who you are influencedby.• Sketch out your ideasin pencil and annotate.• Use the secondary sources sheet Ihave given you too.Make small paper models• Jacqueline Ryan sketchbook ofnaturalformshttp://www.jacqueline-ryan.com/sketchbooks.htm
  • 19. Checklist of work so far:• Natural forms front page (inc mark making and drawings, imagesthat interest you)• 1st Artists study• Pencil drawing• Ink drawing• Sculptural drawing using wax• Wire maquette• Paper sculpture workshop• Colour Homework• Artist study 2• Willow sculpture drawing• 2 page Visual Brainstorm• Karl Blossfeldt HW study
  • 20. Starting with large sculptural formChoose one idea from yoursketchbook/brainstorm• You should havephotos, drawings, objects andsculptural experiments. You are nowgoing to create a sculpture based onone of these objects• You will use wire, willow and tissuepaper.• The sculpture needs to fit onto atable but can be quite large.• You need to take photos/ordrawings of the courtyard outside orthe foyer of the college to seewhere your sculpture is going to beplaced.• Remember what we have learnt sofar this term.• Choose a section of the object orbe inspired by it.• For eg; it could be a simplifiedversion of a pine cone, a smallenlarged section of a feather, theinside of a shell etc, the round partof a rosehip.• Create a working sketch of howyou may construct it.
  • 21. HW• Create a drawing of a sculptureidea for this project. A3 full page.• You have done this in the lessontoday but now create a seconddrawing• Make it an art work in itself, useinteresting line and tone.• show clearly how it will beconstructed.• Show influences of artists that youlike, and how their work isconnected to yours.• Laura Ellen Bacon• Ernesto Neto• Polly verity
  • 22. SCULPTURE- Get to it!Learning Objectives1.To show your working andyour experiments for yourmain piece in your sketchbook.2.To know where your sculpturewill go outside or in the foyer.3.Carrying on experimentingand preparing to create mainsculpture.Drawings for sculpture, as youcreate your work you need toannotate how you are creating it onyour visual brainstorm double page.Show the mistakes, and theexperiments, no artist can makeexactly what they want the firsttime they try! you must show yourlearning curve and show the processthat you go through.• Jaakko Perno• Julie Starks
  • 23. HW• Research and write about the artistthat is influencing you the most andLINKS strongly to your sculpture.• You need to research and find out;• D.o.b• Where they where born• Where they studied• Qualifications they gained.• Information about their artistic life• Choose one of their sculptures andwrite a personal response. Bedetailed and descriptive and link toyour own work.• Create an A5 copy of this work incolour,• This should take you at least 2 hours!• Jaakko Perno• Ernesto Neto• Laura Ellen Bacon• Anish Kapoor• Jakub Nepraš
  • 24. Collating all work in sketchbookyou should have:• Title page- choose natural form sculptures that you like to add tothis, can add brainstorm for sculpture key words etc• At least 4 artist studies they should be detailed, have personalresponse, drawing and link to your work• 3 process pagesDrawing, clay and wire- detailed use sheet I gave you• Visual brainstorm, including ideas,secondary resources and drawings• Photos of Maquettes already made• annotated and explained are they successful? Why?• Photos of location of sculpture