They say it's going to snow overnight and I have been looking at quilts and mixed media art - leading me to Jane LaFazio. Something about this just is striking and it needs to be shared with many!
Fibonacci Sequence - pattern of growth.the Fibonacci spiral - the golden ratio - a mathematical form found everywhere in nature from the shape of the galaxy, to patterns in plants, to the curl of a wave, to the double-helix spiral of our own DNA
Create block printing tiles with polystyrene. Experiment with complimentary and harmonious colours. Develop further using lino if you are feeling confident.
Art silhouette in window pane frame
Make your own clay ornaments - diy tutorial (via GardenMama: .:Impressions In Clay ~ Giftmaking Tutorial:.
Cardboard relief sculpture of fibonacci spiral Texture! paper art Visual Texture Suitable to aid with GCSE Question like Textures. Something you could try as a drawing? maybe could form a floor plan?
Mixed Media Still Life mask drawing
demonstrating different media on different paper. Want to do this with Still Life Lesson.
Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Clay Leaf Imprints (a Fossils Lesson). Explore how fossils are made and use natural things to stamp textures with.
pebbles, tags, Art@41
An infographic on the Fibonacci number series. Maths is beautiful even for those who don't like it.
The golden triangle is used to form a logarithmic spiral . By bisecting the base angles, a new point is created that in turn, makes another golden triangle.
you will give a human form to the economy. The Fibonacci sequence in beauty is found in the human face. The most beautiful people have faces that closely adhere to this proportion.
"Art Forms in Nature" by Karl Blossfeldt - a German professor of design in Berlin. (might wanna relate to earsnt haeckel).
arteascuola: Leaves printed with bleach on black India ink coated surface
Pip Pittman: Ink and Bleach
Cardboard orange sculpture, that actually has sections.
Level 2 BTEC Natural Mechanical forms brief
Art- Personal Investigation, Unit 3 (Natural Forms) by Katie.