Warm and cool color paintings

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Powerpoint , Day # 3
Warm and cool color paintings
Objectives for the project
• Students will be able to individually create a
warm color composition
• Students will be able to individually create a cool
color composition.
• Students will identify the colors that are seen as
warm and as cold.
• Students will apply their comprehension of the
color wheel to a composition, using blending
techniques and knowledge from the paint
demonstration.
Goals for the project:
• Students applying their knowledge of color
theory to a warm and a cool colored painting.
• Students will be able to block out the main
areas of the paintings before beginning to
use paint.
• Students understand the relation of culture
(Holi festival) and history (Van Gogh’s
Bedroom at Arles) of color and apply the
knowledge to 2 paintings.
State Standards for The Color Unit:
• 1.0 ARTISTIC PERCEPTION (when looking at Van Gogh’s
works, and discussing meanings and interpretations)
• 2.0 CREATIVE EXPRESSION (warm and cool colors subject
matter, color wheel template piece, both with tempura paint)
• 3.0 HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL CONTEXT (Holi Festival,
Van Gogh’s work during the time period and how it was different
and focused on the poor, not the regal)
• 4.0 AESTHETIC VALUING (forming opinions on artworks by
Van Gogh, and listening to the opinions of others)
• 5.0 CONNECTIONS, RELATIONSHIPS, APPLICATIONS
Jobs related to color, bellwork questions, paint samples,
Media’s use of color for marketing)
Warm or cool? Why?
Still Life Vase with Fifteen Sunflowers c.1889 by Vincent Van Gogh
Starry Night
Painting, Oil on Canvas, Saint-Rémy, France: June, 1889, The
Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York.
Warm or cool?
• The Tragedy (1903)
• Pablo Picasso
How do we defend
a work of art?
4.3 Formulate and support a position regarding the aesthetic value of a specific work of
art and change or defend that position after considering the views of others.
Elements of Art
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1 Texture
2 Form
3 Space
4 Shape
5 Color
6 Tone (Value)
7 Line
Principles of Design
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Unity
Emphasis
Balance
Proportion /Scale
Contrast
Movement
Rhythm/Pattern
Variety
Harmony
Space
Pablo Picasso, The Old Guitarist, 1903, oil on
panel, Art Institute of Chicago.