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Year 10 GCSE Art Introducation 2014

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Year 10 GCSE Art Introducation 2014

  1. 1. Year 10 GCSE Art
  2. 2. Welcome ... Welcome to GCSE ART, this is the beginning of a hard, but enjoyable two years. Art is not easy; it’s about hard work, creativity and the will to do well. If you listen to the help, advice and guidance that we will give you and give 100% in every piece of work, and try your best, you will succeed. You have chosen this option, so we expect nothing but your best.
  3. 3. The Course ... We currently run the EDEXCEL UNENDORSED ART, CRAFT AND DESIGN course. This enables you to learn a range of different disciplines and skills including drawing, painting, photography, photoshop, mixed media, printmaking, contextual studies and sculpture.
  4. 4. What to Expect… As an artist you must be punctual, well equipped and always complete work on time for deadlines If you miss deadlines you will be given an hour after school detention. All the Art work you create from now on will count towards your GCSE so it is extremely important that you keep up to date as this could affect your final GCSE Art grade. You must have your sketchbook with you and be fully equipped for every lesson.
  5. 5. Equipment pack, folders and sketchbooks… Equipment pack… -Paintbrushes -Watercolour set -Paint pallett -Set tonal pencils -A large glue stick -Two fine liners All basic equipment as well as your Art pack and sketchbook must be brought to every lesson.
  6. 6. Marking… Assessment Objectives AO1: RESEARCH – IMAGES & ARTISTS Develop your ideas through investigations informed by contextual and other sources, demonstrating analytical and cultural understanding. AO2: EXPERIMENTS WITH MEDIA Refine your ideas through experimenting and selecting appropriate resources, media, materials, techniques and processes. AO3: IDEAS, OBSERVATIONAL DRAWINGS & EXPLANATIONS Record ideas, observations and insights relevant to your intentions in visual and/or other forms. AO4: FINAL IDEA & FINAL PIECE, LINKS WITH ARTISTS Present a personal, informed and meaningful response demonstrating analytical and critical understanding, realising intentions and making connections between visual or other elements.
  7. 7. http://artatbeaumontschool.blogspot.co.uk The Beaumont Art Blog can be found on the school website and using the link above. Your Home Learning will be posted on here, Power Points as well as current exhibitions and other useful Art links http://www.pinterest.com/beaumontart/ The Beaumont Art Pinterest can be found on the school website and using the link above. This is used for Artist research, Art techniques as well as good GCSE Art examples created by students to inspire you.
  8. 8. Natural Forms Year 10
  9. 9. What are Natural Forms? • Natural forms are objects in nature in their original form. • Examples:-
  10. 10. What are Natural Forms? • Natural form is an objects in nature in its original form. • Examples:- • Leaves, flowers, pine cones, sea weed, shells, bones, insects, stones, fossils, crystals, feathers, birds, fish, animals – in fact anything you can find in nature – complete or part of it.
  11. 11. Beaumont GCSE Work
  12. 12. Beaumont GCSE Work
  13. 13. Beaumont GCSE Work
  14. 14. Some key words... Composition Form. Pattern Tone Contrast Texture Nature
  15. 15. Brain Web On the first double page of your sketchbook create a Brain Web considering all the different things that link to the title ‘Natural Forms’. This can include different forms, colours, textures, Artists etc. Keep it broad and put as many ideas as you think of on the page. Think about presentation. Add colour to the background and possibly a few images.
  16. 16. Key words to get you started with your Brain Web Places these four words around your brain web and think about all the different things that link to these titles. Fill the WHOLE double page. 1.Landscape 2.Humans 3.Animals 4.Plants

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