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Introduction To Art

Introduction to Art students are currently working on Still Life drawings and paintings. We are concentrating on drawing using correct proportions, identifying the shades and tints of the colors, and mixing colors to make the shadows and highlights in the drawings realistic. 
If you want to see some Still Life drawings and paintings that show how color changes in shadowed and highlighted areas, click on the first link below.To see work by some famous still life artists, click the second link.
 
Finished student work will be posted soon.
 

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Use the time to complete sketchbook assignments for the 4th marking period. A recap of the assignments:
Due 4/20 Detailed close-up of a specific, recognizable fish. (Use the internet to look at photos of specific kinds of fish.)
Due 4/27 Draw something you can use to make music. Shade using a full range of values and show as much detail as possible. 
Due 5/4  Draw the contents of one of your drawers. (Only do this in school if you have taken a photo to refer to.)
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