What was your inspiration for the project/work you completed today? What was the biggest challenge you encountered on the project? How does this project tie together previous exercises and concepts…
Art & Design artist research steps infographic - poster, handout or bookmark | Teaching Resources
An infographic designed as a reminder to students (KS3, 4 or5) about how to put together artist research to support their practical project. Six simple steps with short explanations which can be used as a checklist. You can print as a bookmark to pop into sketchbooks or display in the classroom. There are two versions - one with a Mondrian quote at the bottom, the other without - your choice.
Our second project will be inspired by Louise Nevelson , a famous American sculptor known for her abstract expressionist "boxes" grouped together to form a new creation. She used found object or...
GCSE Art Analysis and Annotation guide sheets | Teaching Resources
Simple and easy to use sheets to help aid GCSE students with analysing the work of artists and their own annotations using key words to structure a piece of extended writing. Can be used as worksheets, posters and or placemats. Please leave feedback if you found this resource helpful! Happy Teaching :)
Westwood Art Shed
Dear Sec 1C - 1H, Please refer to the following brief for your June Holiday research: Art Project for Semester 2 (Individual Project) Research You will embark on a research on the various art movements: 1. Cubism 2. Abstract Art 3. Abstract Expressionism 4. Minimal Art 5. Modern Art 6. Optical Art 7. Pop Art Note: These are the things you will need to do: 1. Write down websites that you have visited (for future reference and for awarding of marks) 2. Definition for…