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Get ready! (motivate) Look at the environments and the art of others for the fundamentals.
Get set! (prepare) Reading about the fundamentals and exploring possibilities.
Go! (explore) Create a composition with your available art supplies and your work with your imagination.
Finish! (organize) Display your art pieces show to viewers, BRAG!
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Material: the substance which made the medium.
Mediums: the specific art materials used.
Building: cut paper or cardboard, fabrics, rug pieces, or found objects with paint and glue;
Carving: plaster, clay, wood;
Cut and paste: fabrics and papers with texture and color;
Computer: drawing, designing;
Drawing: chalks on dry or wet paper, felt pens, pen and ink, oil pastels, charcoal, and Conte crayons, wax crayons;
Molding: clay, play dough, plastalina;
Painting: dry tempera cakes, wet tempera, watercolors, finger paints, oils, acrylics;
Printing: ink brayer, wood, copper, string, potato, stamps;
Sewing: quilts, stuffed toys, pillows, stitchery, embroidery,
Weaving: crochet, cardboard, paper, loom.
These are few traditional mediums used. There are also videos and movies which are done on lines and within frames. I like to think of these as the massing shapes, space, and textures of dots and pixels into overlapping movement. Stagnant works of art in frames run together. A photo is one part of the action or a single art piece.
ASSIGNMENT for X:
Send assignments via the 'ART for DRAWN LINES' message on this page. I will send the email address for you to include your drawing, titles with the letter, which I will post on this blog.
Also, any comments, suggestions, other observations, or ideas are welcome. Art is to share; we are all artists and creative.