Drawing I Resources
Ms. G. - @BartlettArtMsG - (508) 640-5838
(Distance Learning 4) Social/Political Art! Click here for the assignment page or submit your own form of social or political artwork!
(Distance Learning 3) - Google Arts and Culture - Color Focus
1. Visit Google Arts and Culture
Here you can easily sort their collection of artwork by color. Skip around until you find a color that really speaks to you and click on some of the art within those colors. Each image will tell you which museum currently has the artwork, and some information about the artist and the art itself. There will also be a list of suggestions based on that artwork.
2. When you feel you have found the artwork that really speaks to you, add the image to the attached Google Slide and tell me what it was you liked, didn't like or related to about the artwork.
PS: to copy the image, I find it easiest to click on the “external link” that is listed in the photo’s details. Then you can easily right click to copy and paste the image.
(Distance Learning 2) - To extend on our study of portraits and the use of a grid method, please take advantage of this online grid tool for your Filtered Selfie Challenge.
*Bonus*: exchange a photo with me OR any other person. Draw each other's photo and upload to your folder!
(Distance Learning 1) - As an extension to our study of perspective, I welcome you to the world of Interior design and Computer-Aided Design (CAD). We will explore this using a web-based tool called Room Styler
Students can view my example design here. Three guesses as to what space I chose to create! Yours can be realistic like mine, or a little more out of the box. For example: check out the available pets you can add to your scene (Unicorn anyone?).
Bartlett High School Drawing
students learn to use a variety of media including pencil, charcoal, and paint. Drawing I students focus on developing skills in observation by drawing from life as well as studying the works of drawing masters.
Drawing II students continue to build skills in shading, contour drawing, and painting. Advanced students are allowed flexibility in their choices of subject matter and media as the class progresses.
|The Bartlett Art Department hosted an Empty Bowls event on March 24th.||
Drawing and Painting