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Art Journal

>1st TRIMESTER<

You may create more than one image for each prompt. This list is a starting point, you can also create your own prompts and titles for your work.

4th Grade: Recommended: Make at least 5 Art Pages each month.

  • 20 pages (minimum) are due by the end of each trimester.

5th Grade: Recommended: Make at least 10 Art Pages each month.

  • 30 pages (minimum) are due by the end of each trimester.

*Don’t wait ‘til the last minute!

You must label each art journal page / drawing -ON THE BACK- with your name, the date, and the title/prompt that inspired the work. You may wish to include a short paragraph describing your ideas, the scene, or what inspired the artwork you made.

On the back, each page must be labeled with:

Example:

FULL NAME

Joe Bob Bobjoe

DATE

10/05/14

TITLE / PROMPT THAT INSPIRED ARTWORK BRIEF DESCRIPTION FOR ARTWORK

Still Life with Candy & Wrapper I only like the red ones.

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:: 1st TRIMESTER prompts /You may wish to check them off to keep track ::

Be an ant--Draw what you would see. Draw something you think is beautiful. Draw and paint a beautiful object. Create your own rendition of the American flag. Find an interesting and unusual stick, rock, and/or leaf. Draw it realistically on one page, add colors to make it look real. On another page draw these items abstractly (clue: draw the overall shape, textures, colors.) Try drawing realistically and abstractly in different ways, try drawing them more than once. Create a map of your neighborhood. Use your own symbols to mark important places and routes. Create a floor plan of your home. Include interesting tidbits, such as pictures of your favorite foods in the kitchen. Create a fantasy floor plan of your home, drawing what would be in each room if you designed it, and could put anything you wanted in it. Draw your perfect birthday dinner. Practice your favorite fonts, view examples on dafont.com Design a new font Make a drawing of the car of the future. Include as much detail as possible. Imagine you have just discovered an ancient sculpture from a long lost civilization on a distant voyage at sea. As you pull it to the surface, what do you see? What does it look like? Create 5-10 different self portraits. Draw yourself in different moods, different places, at different times of day, from different angles. Illustrate the scenes and characters from a novel you are reading. Include a quote and page #. Make a picture to fit the following captions:

Yes, it is rocket science. This is bananas.

Give me back those bananas. It was written in the stars. On a cold and lonesome night. Suddenly, he/she heard a sound. The trees began to talk. The forest sang. TOP SECRET!

A voice began to

speak. .

. The Hero prevailed, and the people were saved.

ARTISTS TO KNOW What are some of + STYLES TO TRY characteristics their style? an Discover:
ARTISTS TO KNOW
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characteristics
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american
artist
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a textile artist
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latin american artist
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CULTURE

ARTIST INSPIRATION SPOTLIGHT ON:

Christopher corr

artist

living artist, lives in London, England

media

painting, uses gouches (a kind of paint that acts like opaque watercolors)

process

paints as though he is using a pen

big idea

takes inspiration from his travels + is fascinated by color

SPOTLIGHT ON: Christopher corr artist living artist, lives in London, England media painting, uses gouches
SPOTLIGHT ON: Christopher corr artist living artist, lives in London, England media painting, uses gouches

STYLE PROFILE:

bright color palette incorporates drawing into his painting paints on Italian & Indian handmade papers (thick fancy paper, ooh-laa-laaa) sees color as the place where art meets science

SPOTLIGHT ON: Christopher corr artist living artist, lives in London, England media painting, uses gouches
SPOTLIGHT ON: Christopher corr artist living artist, lives in London, England media painting, uses gouches