Surrealism- Art History Challenge
A cultural movement beginning the 1920s that uses visual imagery from the subconscious mind to create art without the intention of logic.
Elements present in surrealist imagery:
View the work of Erik Johansson, a modern surrealist photographer:
Art History Challenge:
Create a well designed collage using Canva or Adobe Spark (poster) of one of the above listed artists include the following:
Image size: 8.5" x 11"
Resolution: 72 dpi
Upload completed collage into google classroom
Check out this picture and see how many tools you are familiar with.
Do you use some of the same tools over and over? How can you expand your knowledge? Practice using the tools that you are not familiar with today.
Examples from Digital Art
Check out these great examples of art created by BHS students in Digital Art
Objective: Demonstrate your understanding of composition
Materials • Cameras • Small objects like paperclips or rubber bands
• Composition is a key secret to making great art.
• Composition can make even boring objects look interesting.
• You are challenged to prove that even objects like paperclips and rubber bands can become interesting when arranged well.
Check out the art work by Steve Axford.
Get into groups of three or four students- Make sure that your group has an expert in it.
Get objects that are quite simple
Work together to come up with four pictures of their objects with strong compositions.
Edit as you go.
It often takes multiple tries to get a winning shot
Place the four examples into a presentation and label each example- You may use Adobe Spark, Google Slides or other presentation.
Turn this into classroom
Types of Compositions:
Rule of Thirds
Figure to Ground
Fill the Frame
Center the Dominant Eye
Patterns and Repetition
I Could Do That...
Watch this video...
The use of digital art is a primary method of communication in our fast-paced, visually-oriented culture. Creative, innovative minds are much sought-after in all fields, and the digital artist in particular now holds an important place in modern society as a generator and conveyor of ideas. This course is an introduction to some of the current software available to the artist/designer. Students in the Macintosh lab (The Mac is the most widely used platform in art schools and in the graphics industry) will use the computer as a tool to solve artistic problems. The software most used will be the Adobe CS Suite, which includes Photoshop and Illustrator. Lessons will also include the use of scanners, digital cameras, drawing tablets, color printers and the internet.