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This painting is by Albrect Durer. It is a water color. It has a color scheme of earth colors, those being browns and greens (the sky even has a yellowish tone to it). It was done as a study of grass and earth.
How is Durer using value?
How is the artist using color?
Is it realistic color?
How do you know?
What is realistic color? (remember what is real to one person may differ to the next)
How would a different light source change the picture?

Some Color Schemes.
Schemes being the design. In this case, color schemes are used to create a harmonious or unified whole. In short, color scheme will visually hold the picture together.
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cool/warm
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Cpmplementary
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Mono chromatic
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Analogous
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Tetrad using 4 colors equidistance on the color wheel
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Triad using three colors equidistance on the color wheel



Below is the work of Jasper Johns
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Marbles, beach Balls, easter eggs
Key Concept - Scumbling and Discovering Color
Objective - SW
a) Use color to define an object in contrasting color and contour lines

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John Gibson

Procedure -
session 1
a) Students will draw an object or objects by scribbling
b) object will be defined by contour lines of contrasting color
c) each color will be layered one upon the other
d) Value (shading) will be displayed
session 2
a) Fabricate a finished drawing using the previous drawing
b) materials open



Materials
9x12 white and colored paper, coloered pencil, news paper
Artists
Jim Dine, Van Gogh, Gibson
Assessment:
a) tie into objectives
b) use of mixing
c) understanding of colors
d) use of compliments
e) use and understanding of values
f) creativity
g) use of black


the Sky's colors - relief
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Sketch book - Thumb nails of sky
see also the gallery under Clouds and Value

Key Concept - Sky Color Mixing tints and shades

Objectives - SW - see sketch book
a) use of tints and shades and relief
b) use of observation
c) use of creative composition
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Goya

Procedures:
Session 1
a) Use of sky color
b) sketch sky & clouds etc. at any time of day or night using good value principles, and good composition
c) Demo pastels, color mixing, T&S, Chroma, Intensity
D) demo creative composition. And alternative to the sguare, flat , etc and still read sky.
session 2 - relief
Definition - a relief is a raised or carved surface by use of Addition or subtraction. They have been used since the Egyptians and extensively by the greeks and in the renaissance.
E) change the plane using the concept of relief by color, by plane, by value, by anymeans desired.

Materials: 16 x 20 charcoal paper and pastel, black pastel

Artists: Van Gogh and, Vija Clemens, Monet, Wolf Kahn, Winslow Homer

Assessment:

a) tie into objectives
b) use of mixing
c) understanding of sky color
d) use of compliments
e) use and understanding of values
f) creativity
g) use of observation and frame of reference




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George Innes
see The Innes Gallery


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Refer to Claude Monet's Poplar series

Key Concept: The Trees have Colour/Ariel Perspective/Tints

Objective - Students will:
a) Review Ariel perspective.
b) Create a pastel painting that incorporates this view.
c) Learn about chroma scales.

Procedure -
session 1, pastel sketch
a) Intro and review of color and space. ( as things recede into space they get lighter)
b) Have students paint color scales based on each primaries.
c) Review distance and illusion as it pertains to light
d) Sketch ideas as per trees
e) Use pastels & compliments & white to obtain desired results of space/distance.
f) 11x16 white or light colored paper

Assessment -
a) Tie into objectives
b) Walk about
c) Checking sketches
d) Finished work
CCS: 1.1a, 1.2, 1.3
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Session 2, The Painting

Objective: Students will:
a) Create a painting in acrylic paint
b) Use the concept of aerial perspective learned and practiced in the previous lesson.
Procedure:
a) Intro to acrylic paint, demo & practice
b) 1 session of practice
c) Demo finished painting - Sketch, pastel pencil Paint and begin
Assessment:
a) Tie into objectives
b) practice sheets
c) good painting practice.
d)mixing, application
e) Finished pieces
CCS:1.1a, 1.2, 1.4a/b

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Van Gogh

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Fauve painting



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Fauve painting