Demo on Wet method-this is a review
Discuss warm, cool colors and paint sky or sea ONLY
STOP CLASS WHEN FIRST CHILD FINISHES
Discuss contrast, demonstrate and be sure there is contrast between sky and sea
Solicit answers about the dry method of painting
Demo on painting remainder of picture
Be sure all the sea and sky has been finished first in the wet method
Winslow Homer, Wassily Kandinsky
Wet and Dry method
Warm and Cool Colors
ART GOALS & OBJECTIVES:
1ST GRADE GOALS AND PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES:
The learner will:
Investigate materials, tools, structures, processes and subjects
to discover how they are used by artists and the learner to create arts forms.
Create and evaluate arts forms that represent a response to the environment based on the development of personal criteria.
Goal I: Historical, Cultural, and Social Contexts: Understanding the Role of the Arts in
1.1.4 Discover common subjects, ideas,
and themes in arts forms from different cultures.
Goal II: Personal Expression and Production/Performance: Communicating Through the Arts
1.2.1 Increase control and ease in using
a variety of tools, materials, instruments, and
processes while creating works of art.
1.2.2 Develop criteria for their art
works and use them to evaluate work in progress and the
1.2.4 Explain and follow the steps used
to create works of art.
1.2.5 Assess, revise or adjust arts
products through a reflective process.
Goal III: Arts Criticism: Responding to the Arts
1.3.1 Describe how artists use
materials, tools, images and ideas to create works of art.
1.3.3 Identify and discuss
characteristics and contexts of works of art.
1.3.4 Use arts vocabulary when talking
or writing about works of art.
Goal IV: Nature and Meaning of the Arts: Valuing the Arts
1.4.3 Recognize and practice
audience/viewer behavior appropriate for the context and
style of the arts form presented.
On The Project Were Students Able To :
Identify works by Homer
Be able to tell about Homer’s subject
Create a seascape based on on Homer images combined with their imagination
Manipulate the watercolors to effective use the wet and dry method
Use contrast in their painting
Create new colors by mixing
In Discussions Were Students Able To:
Identify works by Homer
Tell some fact about Homer’s paintings
Be able to explain the wet and dry method of painting
Know the difference between a seascape and landscape
What do you see in all of these pictures?
What do you think this artist likes to paint?
What method of painting do you think the artist used to create the sky... it is one that you have
What shape is the sail
How many sails do you see?
What is an island?
What is this line called that separates the sea from the sky?
Are the trees different from our trees?
What else could you put in your picture?
Explain the Wet Method?
Explain the Dry Method?
Why does his sky show up even though it is the same color as the sea?
Can you explain contrast?