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Art for Joy
Drawing from Observation
Gesture Drawing
Drawing from Observation
Contour Drawing
Still Life- An arrangement of
objects.
Why did the
Dutch
create still
life’s?
Remind us that
we should live
for today.
Common items:
 Flowers
 Fruit
 Lit candles
 Skulls
Still Life Drawing~ Composition
Compositional Rules:
Touches 3-4 edges of the page.
Objects are overlapping, where
accur...
CREATE 3
THUMBNAILS
Practice developing the composition
Where are we going…1 will be a contour line drawing, 1 will be a c...
Final Drawing #1- Contour Line
What to look for?
◦ Interesting composition to you
◦ Touches 3-4 edges of the page.
◦ Objec...
ABSTRACTION
STYLIZATION
Abstraction
Finding new ways to show common
shapes or objects.
Similarities in a group of art works.
Stylization
Artists create a style of working.
Style: shapes, lines, colors, subjects
Picasso
Artists create a style of working.
Style: shapes, lines, colors, subjects
Lichtenstein
ROMERO BRITTO
Contemporary Pop Artist
What is Similar?
Lichtenstein Britto
Romero Britto
1963- still living
Born in Brazil
Pop Artist
◦ Grew up wanting to excel.
◦ Taught himself to make art.
◦ Dra...
He did very well in school, when he finished high
school he studied to become a lawyer.
But his love of art was still in h...
1983- Britto moves to Paris, studies
Matisse and Picasso
Matisse Picasso
Late 80’s- Moved to the US, Miami
◦ Kept working and showing his art,
◦ In the U.S Pop Art was the style most
artists were...
What is Britto’s work about?
“Art is too important not to share”
-Britto
Makes art to spread happiness and joy
Works for m...
Britto’s Style~ Cubism meets Pop
Thick Lines
Broken Shapes
Colorful
Abstract Britto Style
Choose 1 thumbnail
• Which would you like to
abstract?
• Create thumbnails with the still
life abstr...
PATTERN
Pattern- Organizes and creates visual
interest
Planned vs. Random
COLOR SCHEMES
Plan for using colors
Stylization helps create Variety
Color Schemes help create Unity
◦ Unity- the feeling that all parts of the design work to...
Choose 1 Main Color
Example: Red
Triad- Red, Yellow, Blue
Monochromatic- Values of red
Warms
Cools
Analogous- Red, Red-ora...
Craftsmanship- Quality work
Patterns- Simple and Complex Color Schemes
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Romero britto Still Life

  1. 1. Art for Joy
  2. 2. Drawing from Observation Gesture Drawing
  3. 3. Drawing from Observation Contour Drawing
  4. 4. Still Life- An arrangement of objects.
  5. 5. Why did the Dutch create still life’s?
  6. 6. Remind us that we should live for today. Common items:  Flowers  Fruit  Lit candles  Skulls
  7. 7. Still Life Drawing~ Composition Compositional Rules: Touches 3-4 edges of the page. Objects are overlapping, where accurate. Drawing has an off center area of emphasis The negative space is activated. (ex: line for back of table) Composition- Arrangement of the drawing on a page.
  8. 8. CREATE 3 THUMBNAILS Practice developing the composition Where are we going…1 will be a contour line drawing, 1 will be a colorful abstracted drawing
  9. 9. Final Drawing #1- Contour Line What to look for? ◦ Interesting composition to you ◦ Touches 3-4 edges of the page. ◦ Objects are overlapping, where accurate. ◦ Drawing has an off center area of emphasis ◦ The negative space is activated. (ex: line for back of table) Return to the SAME Still Life ◦ Observe and complete the drawing carefully in pencil. ◦ Consider the quality and weight of your lines for interest. ◦ Go over the lines with black pen or sharpie. ◦ ERASE all the pencil away. Leave no stray marks or hairy lines.
  10. 10. ABSTRACTION STYLIZATION
  11. 11. Abstraction Finding new ways to show common shapes or objects. Similarities in a group of art works. Stylization
  12. 12. Artists create a style of working. Style: shapes, lines, colors, subjects Picasso
  13. 13. Artists create a style of working. Style: shapes, lines, colors, subjects Lichtenstein
  14. 14. ROMERO BRITTO Contemporary Pop Artist
  15. 15. What is Similar? Lichtenstein Britto
  16. 16. Romero Britto 1963- still living Born in Brazil Pop Artist ◦ Grew up wanting to excel. ◦ Taught himself to make art. ◦ Drawing the things or objects he saw around him. ◦ Worked on scraps of newspaper or cardboard because he had nothing else.
  17. 17. He did very well in school, when he finished high school he studied to become a lawyer. But his love of art was still in his heart and he decided to continue with his art.
  18. 18. 1983- Britto moves to Paris, studies Matisse and Picasso Matisse Picasso
  19. 19. Late 80’s- Moved to the US, Miami ◦ Kept working and showing his art, ◦ In the U.S Pop Art was the style most artists were working in. ◦ Britto combined his style with Pop Art. ◦ He was chosen to be an artist for Absolut with Keith Haring,Andy Warhol, and other artists who were also famous. ◦ The larger audience threw Britto into the art world. ◦ He went on to have his work shown on other products too.
  20. 20. What is Britto’s work about? “Art is too important not to share” -Britto Makes art to spread happiness and joy Works for multiple charities around the world. He believes that the role of an artist is to act as an agent of positive change. Britto is committed to developing and supporting the powerful role art plays in world issues.
  21. 21. Britto’s Style~ Cubism meets Pop Thick Lines Broken Shapes Colorful
  22. 22. Abstract Britto Style Choose 1 thumbnail • Which would you like to abstract? • Create thumbnails with the still life abstracted. Simple shapes Organic or geometric Break up the negative space
  23. 23. PATTERN
  24. 24. Pattern- Organizes and creates visual interest
  25. 25. Planned vs. Random
  26. 26. COLOR SCHEMES Plan for using colors
  27. 27. Stylization helps create Variety Color Schemes help create Unity ◦ Unity- the feeling that all parts of the design work together. ◦ Harmony- the combination of colors being similar will help create unity. The combination of patterns and shapes being dissimilar creates variety. ◦ Dominance- choosing a major color unifies the entire piece. Triad Monochromatic Warm Cool Analogous Complementary
  28. 28. Choose 1 Main Color Example: Red Triad- Red, Yellow, Blue Monochromatic- Values of red Warms Cools Analogous- Red, Red-orange, Orange Complements- Red, Green Values Tints Shades You must use all of the color schemes. *Yes you can repeat *Be sure the final work will have a dominant color
  29. 29. Craftsmanship- Quality work Patterns- Simple and Complex Color Schemes

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