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Rotation 5, Visual Arts

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 In this rotation we are working with the following elements of design: value, color, and symmetry to draw the human head. Students have to utilize shading, light source, aspects of color, and the multitude of new discoveries about the face. Students do a total of four drawings. The first two are magazine pictures that each focus on value and then color. These first two works are the warm-up for the later two works. Drawing number three is either a self-portrait or a drawing of their art teacher in black and white. This work allows them to demonstrate what they have learned on the first two drawings. The final drawing has several ways that it can be done. They may do just a color self- portrait, experiment with substituting warm and cool colors, or they may chose to do a large “parallel-projection” drawing in the style of the artist Chuck Close. In the final drawing they demonstrate their understanding and skills to make the aesthetic decisions that control the visual outcomes of the work.

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Anna Harris
Anna Harris
Grace Wong
Grace Wong
Ruby Belle Booth
Ruby Belle Booth
Aiden Smith
Aiden Smith
Grace Wong
Grace Wong
Ruby Belle Booth
Ruby Belle Booth
Mark Nicholson
Mark Nicholson
Max Fogelstrom
Max Fogelstrom
Max Fogelstrom
Max Fogelstrom
Maria Chang
Maria Chang
Maria Chang
Maria Chang
Mathilde Schneider
Mathilde Schneider
Jack Barnicle
Jack Barnicle
Aiden Smith
Aiden Smith
Aiden Smith
Aiden Smith
Carly Allen
Carly Allen
Kyle Obabayashi
Kyle Obabayashi
Maria Chang
Maria Chang
Grace Wong
Grace Wong
Jack Barnicle
Jack Barnicle
Jack Barnicle
Jack Barnicle
Gracie Cavenaugh
Gracie Cavenaugh
Jackson Zechnich
Jackson Zechnich
Ariana Jahanshir
Ariana Jahanshir
Carly Allen
Carly Allen
Gracie Cavenaugh
Gracie Cavenaugh
Ariana Jahanshir
Ariana Jahanshir
Anna Harris
Anna Harris
Kyle Obabayashi
Kyle Obabayashi
Jackson Zechnich
Jackson Zechnich
Max Fogelstrom
Max Fogelstrom
Mathilde Schneider
Mathilde Schneider
Kyle Obabayashi
Kyle Obabayashi

7th Grade, Rotation 4

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  In this rotation we are working with the following elements of design: value, color, and symmetry to draw the human head. Students have to utilize shading, light source, aspects of color, and the multitude of new discoveries about the face. Students do a total of four drawings. The first two are magazine pictures that each focus on value and then color. These first two works are the warm-up for the later two works. Drawing number three is either a self-portrait or a drawing of their art teacher in black and white. This work allows them to demonstrate what they have learned on the first two drawings. The final drawing has several ways that it can be done. They may do just a color self- portrait, experiment with substituting warm and cool colors, or they may chose to do a large “parallel-projection” drawing in the style of the artist Chuck Close. In the final drawing they demonstrate their understanding and skills to make the aesthetic decisions that control the visual outcomes of the work.

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Liam Wynne
Liam Wynne
Liam Wynne
Liam Wynne
Robin Attey
Robin Attey
Rubin Field
Rubin Field
Rubin Field
Rubin Field
Sahil Nerukar
Sahil Nerukar
Jasper Gordon
Jasper Gordon
Bailey Cook
Bailey Cook
Bailey Cook
Bailey Cook
Darya Mojab
Darya Mojab
Annie Barnicle
Annie Barnicle
Annie Barnicle
Annie Barnicle
Holly Sauer
Holly Sauer
Nick Kindley
Nick Kindley
Zachary Feldman
Zachary Feldman
Emily Slusher
Emily Slusher
Emily Slusher
Emily Slusher

7th Grade, Rotation Three

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 In this rotation we are working with the following elements of design: value, color, and symmetry to draw the human head. Students have to utilize shading, light source, aspects of color, and the multitude of new discoveries about the face. Students do a total of four drawings. The first two are magazine pictures that each focus on value and then color. These first two works are the warm-up for the later two works. Drawing number three is either a self-portrait or a drawing of their art teacher in black and white. This work allows them to demonstrate what they have learned on the first two drawings. The final drawing has several ways that it can be done. They may do just a color self- portrait, experiment with substituting warm and cool colors, or they may chose to do a large “parallel-projection” drawing in the style of the artist Chuck Close. In the final drawing they demonstrate their understanding and skills to make the aesthetic decisions that control the visual outcomes of the work.

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Samantha Slusher
Samantha Slusher
Elena Lee
Elena Lee
Ryan Selden
Ryan Selden
Hannah Cassin
Hannah Cassin
Hannah Cassin
Hannah Cassin
Lucie Meier
Lucie Meier
Lucie Meier
Lucie Meier
Claire Rosenfeld
Claire Rosenfeld
Mo Alan
Mo Alan
Daniel Linell
Daniel Linell
Gus Edelen O'Brien
Gus Edelen O'Brien
Gus Edelen O'Brien
Gus Edelen O'Brien
Karsten Skoch
Karsten Skoch
Karsten Skoch
Karsten Skoch
Andrew Park
Andrew Park
Andrew Park
Andrew Park
Kenzie Stuvland
Kenzie Stuvland
Athena Erickson
Athena Erickson

7th Grade Visual Arts, Rotation 2

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 In this rotation we are working with the following elements of design: value, color, and symmetry to draw the human head. Students have to utilize shading, light source, aspects of color, and the multitude of new discoveries about the face. Students do a total of four drawings. The first two are magazine pictures that each focus on value and then color. These first two works are the warm-up for the later two works. Drawing number three is either a self-portrait or a drawing of their art teacher in black and white. This work allows them to demonstrate what they have learned on the first two drawings. The final drawing has several ways that it can be done.  They may do just a color self-portrait, experiment with substituting warm and cool colors, or they may chose to do a large “parallel-projection” drawing in the style of the artist Chuck Close. In the final drawing they demonstrate their understanding and skills to make the aesthetic decisions that control the visual outcomes of the work.

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Ian Hoyt
Ian Hoyt
Ian Hoyt
Ian Hoyt
Anna Bishop
Anna Bishop
Annie Heath
Annie Heath
Javin Dana
Javin Dana
Beatrice Endler
Beatrice Endler
Quinn Smesrud
Quinn Smesrud
Maya King
Maya King
Kaelin Immel
Kaelin Immel
Yasmin Shamsud-Din
Yasmin Shamsud-Din
Miguel Gachupin
Miguel Gachupin
Sage Yamamoto
Sage Yamamoto
Josephine Evans
Josephine Evans
Josephine Evans
Josephine Evans

7th Grade Visual Arts, Rotation 2

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 In this rotation we are working with the following elements of design: value, color, and symmetry to draw the human head. Students have to utilize shading, light source, aspects of color, and the multitude of new discoveries about the face. Students do a total of four drawings. The first two are magazine pictures that each focus on value and then color. These first two works are the warm-up for the later two works. Drawing number three is either a self-portrait or a drawing of their art teacher in black and white. This work allows them to demonstrate what they have learned on the first two drawings. The final drawing has several ways that it can be done.  They may do just a color self-portrait, experiment with substituting warm and cool colors, or they may chose to do a large “parallel-projection” drawing in the style of the artist Chuck Close. In the final drawing they demonstrate their understanding and skills to make the aesthetic decisions that control the visual outcomes of the work.

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Ian Hoyt
Ian Hoyt
Ian Hoyt
Ian Hoyt
Anna Bishop
Anna Bishop
Annie Heath
Annie Heath
Javin Dana
Javin Dana
Beatrice Endler
Beatrice Endler
Quinn Smesrud
Quinn Smesrud
Maya King
Maya King
Kaelin Immel
Kaelin Immel
Yasmin Shamsud-Din
Yasmin Shamsud-Din
Miguel Gachupin
Miguel Gachupin
Sage Yamamoto
Sage Yamamoto
Josephine Evans
Josephine Evans
Josephine Evans
Josephine Evans

7th Grade Visual arts Rotation #1

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In this rotation we are working with the following elements of design: value, color, and symmetry to draw the human head. Students have to utilize shading, light source, aspects of color, and the multitude of new discoveries about the face. Students do a total of four drawings. The first two are magazine pictures that each focus on value and then color. These first two works are the warm-up for the later two works. Drawing number three is either a self-portrait or a drawing of their art teacher in black and white. This work allows them to demonstrate what they have learned on the first two drawings. The final drawing has several ways that it can be done.  They may do just a color self-portrait, experiment with substituting warm and cool colors, or they may chose to do a large “parallel-projection” drawing in the style of the artist Chuck Close. In the final drawing they demonstrate their understanding and skills to make the aesthetic decisions that control the visual outcomes of the work.

 

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Annika's self portrait inspired by Chuck Close
Annika's self portrait inspired by Chuck Close
Allie's Portrait studies
Allie's Portrait studies
Coleman's Portrait Studies
Coleman's Portrait Studies
Adolfo's Portrait Studies
Adolfo's Portrait Studies
Matt's Portrait Studies
Matt's Portrait Studies
Lucy's Portrait Studies
Lucy's Portrait Studies
Sophie's Portrait Studies
Sophie's Portrait Studies
Emma's Portrait Studies
Emma's Portrait Studies
Colin's Portrait Studies
Colin's Portrait Studies
Shintaro Portrait Studies
Shintaro Portrait Studies
Lila's Portrait Studies
Lila's Portrait Studies
Conner's Portrait Studies
Conner's Portrait Studies
Jessica's Portrait Studies
Jessica's Portrait Studies

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7th grade arts

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In this rotation we are working with the following elements of design: value, color, and symmetry to draw the human head. Students have to utilize shading, light source, aspects of color, and the multitude of new discoveries about the face. Students do a total of four drawings. The first two are magazine pictures that each focus on value and then color. These first two works are the warm-up for the later two works. Drawing number three is either a self-portrait or a drawing of their art teacher in black and white. This work allows them to demonstrate what they have learned on the first two drawings. The final drawing has several ways that it can be done.  They may do just a color self-portrait, experiment with substituting warm and cool colors, or they may chose to do a large “parallel-projection” drawing in the style of the artist Chuck Close. In the final drawing they demonstrate their understanding and skills to make the aesthetic decisions that control the visual outcomes of the work.

7th grade Visual art rotation 1

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In the 7th grade visual arts rotation students utilized the following elements and principles of design: value, color, contrast, and symmetry to create portraits. Students used various drawing techniques to create four drawings. The first drawing was a magazine value study (black and white) with the focus on light source, contrast, and symmetry. The second drawing was a magazine color study. This challenged students to experiment with different color media and use hue to indicate light source.  Students were able to use oil pastel, soft pastel, or color pencil.  The third drawing was either a self-portrait or a drawing of a faculty member in black and white. The final drawing combined elements from each of the three previous drawings.  This drawing was a large parallel projection that utilized a gird process, inspired by the artist Chuck Close. Students study the artist Chuck Close, an artist students studied. In the final drawing the students have to demonstrate their understanding of portraiture chose the appropriate drawing skills.

Throughout this rotation students created and utilized blogs. In the blogs, students described techniques and reflected on the creative process. The blog address is provided below and you are encouraged to see both the artwork and student insights, for yourself. 

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Liam Bendicksen
Liam Bendicksen
Ethan Hed
Ethan Hed
Doug Heyman
Doug Heyman
Pipar Kizzar
Pipar Kizzar
Isabel Larson
Isabel Larson
Caitlin Mac Neill
Caitlin Mac Neill
Nicolette Paradis
Nicolette Paradis
Marcell Simon
Marcell Simon
Mason Synder
Mason Synder
Anaga Srinivas
Anaga Srinivas
Tara Zic
Tara Zic
Isaac Baker
Isaac Baker
Culla Galaher
Culla Galaher
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