HEY CLASS!! GREAT WORK:) here are the images i took during crit:) I am missing a few. please turn in documentation if yours is not shown. everyone should update their blogs after EVERY crit. don't forget !:)
can't wait to see documentation of assignment #2 MONOCHROMATIC VALUE PAINTINGS
Choose an animal which personifies you best. You will be creating a 3D bust of the animal to be hung on the wall. Make two drafts of the animal (frontal and side view). You should abstract, exaggerate, manipulate the animal in order to get a design that is desired. Texture will be created through repetition and patterning of simple shapes layered onto one another. Mood will be created through use of symbolic color (Color theory). You may only use Analogous colors. If your animal has more than one distinct color you may choose another set of analogous colors to create contrast. Must be minimum of 4” deep x 12” length x12” width. Research decorative patterns in nature and various cultures for inspiration. Post all inspiration, research and in progress images to blog!
In class we discussed how to build a 3D armature from your 2D front and side scoring and finger joint techniques- also google search cardboard armature for more reference to construction if needed. I left some cardboard in one of the upright cubbies. Feel free to use it!
view drafts. Here is a reminder of the scoring and finger joint techniques
finger joints<scoring to bend<tape used to create seams between cut forms, adding volume.
Post images of "works in progress" by 10/7 , 9pm
< don't forget to check out the student work on my website www. CharlotteRodenberg.com
Choose color palette of 3 analogous colors. Paint flat opaque colors on sheets of Strathmore Watercolor paper -craftsmanship is a must!.. then cut shapes from those sheets of color to cover the armature utilizing researched pattern / texture such as fur or feathers. Should be symbolic/conceptual color and abstracted texture.
http://www.sedimentarts.org/ https://www.facebook.com/sedimentarts/ Paying Attention is an exhibition presenting the various research strategies and preliminary processes artists utilize in order to give form to their experiences, interests, and current events. Invited artists were asked to share some aspect of their ideations that are integral to how they foster introspection and divergent thinking in their art making. Works presented in the exhibition include the traditional sketchbook, digital archives, material experiments, and writing exercises. Paying Attention offers a glimpse into how artists understand their work as a conversation within art and social history.
“A lot of what we call interpretation is really just paying close attention” -David Salle
Featuring process works by: Jon Duff Bryan Lewis Saunders Joana Stillwell Joe Yorty Christopher Mahonski Catherine Fairbanks Charlotte Rodenberg Brianna Rigg Josh Thorud Nicolas O’Brien Sara Clarken Theo Mullen Carl Marin Suzuki Elico Yasuto Yura Jon-Phillip Sheridan Courtney McClellan Alexandra de Leon
Paying Attention runs through October 9th. Opening reception on Friday, September 2nd from 6-9pm. Closing event on Friday, October 7th from 6-9pm.
In conjunction with Paying Attention, Sediment is opening our Public Art Book Library, featuring 300+ contemporary art publications from rare exhibition catalogs too formative essay collections. The Library is made possible by contributors including members of Sediment and permanent gifts from friends including Knight Landesman (ArtForum). The Library offers public access during gallery hours on Saturday and Sunday from 1pm to 6pm. Many of the features books are recent publications and not available in any other library in the Richmond area. Visitors are also welcome by advanced appointment outside of gallery hours.
I demoed creating emotion with monochromatic color. Then simplifying colors into 6 + color values using Adobe editing tools and software>>
Next students will transfer compositions to paper and paint utilizing a minimum of 5 values of chosen color. I demoed color mixing and brush technique in class. clean flat graphic colors required!
Research: Mark Tansey and Joseph Crone