ART Week 5 - Week 5 Art Appreciation Weekly Objectives Section 1.4 Color Section 2.4 Visual Communication Design Section Art 4.4 Art and Science

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Week 5, Art Appreciation Weekly Objectives: Section 1.4 – Color Section 2.4 – Visual Communication Design Section 4.4 – Art and Science Art Project #2
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Before we get started What do you remember from last week? Painting on Wednesday! 02/16/15: Monday, deadline for documentation of independent museum visit 02/18/15: Wednesday, Quiz 2 03/02/15: Monday, Gallery Assignment due 04/01/15: Wednesday, Museum paper due
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Sections: 1.2, 3-D Elements: form, volume, mass, and texture 1.3, Elements: value and space 1.4, Element: color 2.2, Painting 2.3, Printmaking 2.4, Visual Communication Design (Graphic Arts) 4.2, Art and Spirituality 4.3, Art and the Cycle of Life 4.4, Art and Science Quiz Two Material to Know
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Quiz Two Material to Know Power Point notes and class discussions/activities (focus here) Book reading (small portion) Online quizzes (small portion) Some details (to check for remembering and understanding) with some evaluative thought Purpose of art project #2
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An Element of Art C O L O R “Colors are the mother tongue of the subconscious.” ~Carl Jung
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Write down your favorite color
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1.4 Color (p.92) Color attracts our attention and excites our emotions Our perceptions of color are personal and subjective Color is symbolic Ancient Greek philosophers speculated that color was not a state of matter but a state of mind LINK LINK
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How do you choose your clothing?
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Why are their rainbows?
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Good ol’ Bill Nye… Link
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Sir Isaac Newton 1643-1727 Discovered that color is a property of light.
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Wavelengths Color is determine d by the wavelengt hs of light it reflects
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Light and Color Colors of light and colors of pigment behave differently There are two ways of working with color mixtures, known as subtractive and additive LINK
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Subtractive Color C yan M agenta Y ellow Blac k They subtract or absorb color Inks, paints, etc. P. 102
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Additive color R ed G reen B lue Mixing to make Cyan Yellow Magenta P. 102 Light, displays
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Traditional Artist Color Wheel
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An element of art with three properties: hue value saturation What is Color? (p. 93)
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  • Spring '16
  • Kayla Kilgore
  • Art and Science

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