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  • Monday, December 11

    As you come in, get your ceramics and materials and get ready to glaze your ceramics. When you are finished, continue to work on your calligraphy.

    Agenda: Bellwork (work quietly,) glaze ceramics, calligraphy, review.

  • Friday, December 8

    As you come in, get your ceramics and materials and get ready to glaze your ceramics.

    Agenda: Bellwork (work quietly,) glaze ceramics, review.

  • Thursday, December 7

    As you come in, get your ceramics and materials and get ready to glaze your ceramics.

    Agenda: Bellwork (work quietly,) glaze ceramics, review.

  • Wednesday, December 6

    Bellwork: As you come in get your portfolio and a calligraphy pen.

    Continue to practice your calligraphy using the techniques we covered in class earlier.

    Agenda: Bellwork (work quietly,) calligraphy, review.

  • Tuesday, December 5

    Bellwork: As you come in get your portfolio and a calligraphy pen.

    Continue to practice your calligraphy using the techniques we covered in class earlier.

    Agenda: Bellwork (work quietly,) calligraphy, review.

  • Monday, December 4

    Bellwork:

    •IF YOU WERE NOT HERE WHEN WE DID THIS EARLIER!, get a sheet of copy paper and a red colored pencil.

    •On your copy paper, draw 3 random geometric shapes, 3 random organic shapes, and 6 lines.

    •Everyone will get a random start up.

    •Finish the drawing by turning it into an objective drawing, it CANNOT BE NON-OBJECTIVE! It MUST be SOMETHING!

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 and 3 Calligraphy, Review

  • Friday, December 1

    Bellwork:

    •Art 3: Finish your ceramics today. If you need help. ASK!!

    •Art 2: You need 9X12 newsprint and a ruler.

    •Everyone define:

    •Linear Perspective, Horizon Line, Vanishing Point and Orthognal.

  • Thursday, November 30

    Bellwork:

    •As you come in, get your ceramics and tools.

    •As always, be in your seat when the bell rings.

    •Agenda: Bellringer (work quietly,) Continue working on your ceramics, review.

  • Wednesday, November 29

    Bellwork:

    •As you come in, get your ceramics and tools.

    •As always, be in your seat when the bell rings.

    •Agenda: Bellringer (work quietly,) Continue working on your ceramics, review.

  • Tuesday, November 28

    Bellwork:

    •As you come in, get your ceramics and tools.

    •As always, be in your seat when the bell rings.

    •Agenda: Bellringer (work quietly,) Continue working on your ceramics, review.

  • Monday, November 27

    Bellwork:

    •Everyone get a sheet of copy paper and a red colored pencil.

    •On your copy paper, draw 3 random geometric shapes, 3 random organic shapes, and 6 lines.

    •Wait for it…

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2/Art 3 Ceramics, Review

  • Tuesday, November 21

    •As you come in , if  you are going to STLP, HOSA, SADD, or FFA, you need to tell me so I can check their rosters.

    •Students who remain, today is re-teach/ re-take day or a chance to make up any work you need for my class (or any other class.)

  • Monday, November 20

    Bellwork:

    •As you come in, I will randomly give you one of the comic strip templates.

    •Draw the final panel of a comic strip on the largest panel. Continue the story or joke as you see fit, but you must use the established characters and attempt to emulate the first three artist’s styles.

    •Put your name on the back behind the panel you drew.

    •Give them to me.

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Ceramics, Review.

  • Friday, November 17

    Bellwork:

    PROJECTS! Get your clay projects and your tools and get to work.

    Agenda: Projects, clean up, review.

  • Thursday, November 16

    Bellwrok:

    PROJECTS!

  • Wednesday, November 15

    Bellwork:

    •As you come in, I will randomly give you one of the comic strip templates.

    •Draw the third panel of a comic strip on the small panel, the largest panel should be on the end. Continue the story or joke as you see fit, but you must use the established characters and attempt to emulate the first two artist’s styles.

    •Put your name on the back behind the panel you drew.

    •Give them to me.

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Ceramics, Review.

  • Tuesday, November 14

    Bellwork

    •As you come in, I will randomly give you one of the comic strip templates.

    •Draw the second panel of a comic strip on the small panel, the largest panel should be on the end. Continue the story or joke as you see fit, but you must use the established characters and attempt to emulate the first artist’s style.

    •Put your name on the back behind the panel you drew.

    •Give them to me.

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Figure Drawing, Art 3 Gestalt.

  • Monday, November 13

    Belllwork:

    •As you come in, grab one of the comic strip templates from the front of the room.

    •Draw the first panel of a comic strip on the small panel, the largest panel should be on the end. Start the story or joke as you see fit. Draw ONLY the first panel.

    •Put your name on the back behind the panel you drew.

    •Give them to me.

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Figure Drawing, Art 3 Gestalt.

  • Friday, November 10

    Bellwork: PROJECTS!!

    Art 2: continue to work on your figure drawing final.

    Art 3: Gestalt Principles.

  • Thursday November 9

    Bellwork:

    •As you come in, you will get the picture that you started yesterday.

    •Look at the random lines. You must use what is on your paper to draw an objective (can be abstract) drawing. You may not erase line, you can only add to it. Again, it cannot be non-objective. It must be of something.

    Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Figures, Art 3 Gestalt, Review.

  • Wednesday, November 8

    Bellwork:

    •You need a sheet of copy paper. Draw one shape somewhere on the paper (I don’t care what or where.)

    •Wait for further directions.

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Figures, Art 3 Gestalt, Review.

  • Tuesday, November 7

    Bellwork

    •IF YOU WERE NOT HERE YESTERDAY!, get a sheet of copy paper and a red colored pencil.

    •On your copy paper, draw 3 random geometric shapes, 3 random organic shapes, and 6 lines.

    •Everyone will get a random start up.

    •Finish the drawing by turning it into an objective drawing, it CANNOT BE NON-OBJECTIVE! It MUST be SOMETHING!

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Figure Drawing, Art 3 Gestalt, Review

  • Monday, November 6

    Bellwork

    •Everyone get a sheet of 9 X 12 newsprint and a red colored pencil.

    •On your NEWSPRINT, draw 3 random geometric shapes, 3 random organic shapes, and 6 lines.

    •Wait for it…

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Figure Drawing, Art 3 Gestalt, Review

  • Thursday, November 2

    What the Future Holds.

    •Continue working on your future society. Remember we have jumped 100 years into the future and we are communicating what society is like. We started a draft of what our town/ city/ metropolis might look like. Today, you should start working on a finished product; something you might see in a book. I want to finish these within a couple of days so we can move on to the next part. Be prepared to share!

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 figures, Art 3 Gestalt, Review

  • Wednesday, November 1

    As you come in you need your portfolio and The Raven.

    •Read The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe. Mark any words you do not know. Mark any phrases you do not understand

    Agenda: Bellwork, The Raven literacy project, projects, review.

  • Thursday, October 26

    What the Future Holds

    •9 X 12 Newsprint

    •Continue working on your future society. Remember we have jumped 100 years into the future and we are communicating what society is like. Start a draft of what our town/ city/ metropolis might look like. Include details such as buildings, streets, lights, signs, etc. Is it futuristic or apocalyptic? Utopian or dystopian? You will not finish today.

    Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 figures, Art 3 Gestalt, Review

  • Wednesday, October 25

    •Continue writing on your future society. Remember we have jumped 100 years into the future and we are writing about what society is like. Today tell me about a particular person in your world. Who are they (are they related to you?) What do they look like. What do they do, for a living, for entertainment. What about their personality; are they shy, quiet, loud, boisterous, cocky, outgoing, etc.? Write a good paragraph about this person.

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 figure drawing, Art 3 Gestalt, Review

  • Tuesday, October 24

    •Continue writing on your future society. Remember we have jumped 100 years into the future and we are writing about what society is like. Today let’s look at life of a typical person in our society. What type of work is prevalent. What does a person do in a typical day? What do people do for entertain-ment? What do people eat? This all ties back in to our last writing concerning how we get along together.

    Agenda: Art 2 lined paper, 12 X 18 newsprint, Bellwork, Art 2 figures, Art 3 Gestalt, Review.

  • Monday, October 23

    What the Future Holds

    •Continue writing on your future society. Remember we have jumped 100 years into the future and we are writing about what society is like. Yesterday we wrote about what we would see if we were to walk outside in a major metropolitan city. Now start to talk about society and it’s norms. How do we relate to each other. What is our relationship with other cities, states, countries etc. Are we friendly or isolated. What’s going on in the world.

    •Agenda: Art 3 Gestalt, so sit up front, Art 2, figures after I’m done with Art 3, Review.

  • Friday, October 20

    Bellwork: What the Future Holds.

    •As a society, we are fascinated with the future. Many storytellers have shared their vision of the future (Fahrenheit 451, 1984, 2001: A Space Odyssey, WALL-E.) Now I want you to share your vision of the future. Jump 100 years into the future and describe what our world will be like for your grandchildren/ great-grandchildren.

    •We are going to be working on this over several days so you do not have to finish today. Start today by focusing on what you would see if you walked outside in a major metropolitan city. What advances would you see? What would be the same? Have we conquered many of the challenges we face today, or did they conquer us?

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Figures, Art 3 Balance

  • Thursday, October 19

    Bellwork

    •Art 2, get a lined piece of copy paper (up front) on your way in.

    •Everyone get a sheet of 9 X 12 newsprint and a red colored pencil.

    •On your NEWSPRINT, draw 3 random geometric shapes, 3 random organic shapes, and 6 lines.

    •Wait for it…

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Figure Drawing, Art 3 Balance, Review

  • Wednesday, October 18

    Bellwork: Work on your projects. Art 2, today is the final day we are working on portraits. Tomorrow we start figure drawing.

    Art 3, Friday will probably be your last day for your balance projects. We will discuss in a biit.

    Agenda: Projects, Review.

  • Tuesday, October 17

    Bellwork

    •You need a sheet of copy paper. Draw one shape somewhere on the paper (I don’t care what or where.)

    •Wait for further directions.

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Portraits, Art 3 Balance, Review.

  • Monday, October 16

    Bellwork

    • Grab your portfolio on the way in.

    •Grab a sheet of copy paper.

    •On your paper, QUICKLY draw 8 random lines and two random shapes. Do not try to make anything, just draw lines and shapes. They can overlap or be totally separate. Write your name on  the back.

    Agenda: Bellwork, Projects, Share, Revie

  • Tuesday, Oct 10

     

    •Portfolio

    •LAST DAY!! Same as before, random distribution,  read the LAST LINE ONLY and continue writing the story based on that line.

    •Again, make your story interesting and descriptive. Make the monster DO something. Remember to keep your story rated PG. Write the next 10 lines and stop there. This is the end of the story, so wrap it up in a nice tidy bow. Once you are finished you may read your story!

    •Agenda: Bellwork, projects, monster share.

  • Monday, October 9

    Another exquisite corpse story, titled The Monster In My Closet!!

    •Portfolio, Random Monster Story

    •We are going to continue to write our story by randomly distributing the beginning of the story we started on Friday. You are to read the LAST LINE ONLY and continue writing the story based on that line.

    •Again, make your story interesting and descriptive. Make the monster DO something. Remember to keep your story rated G. Write the next 10 lines and stop there. This is the middle of the story, so keep it going by having rich language, good details and actions.

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Graphite Portraits, Art 3 Balance Projects, Monster Share, Review.

  • Friday, October 6

    Bellwork:

    Another exquisite corpse story, titled The Monster In My Closet!!

    •Portfolio, lined notebook paper.

    •Write a story with your monster as the star. There is no need to write a description of your monster, you’ve already done that. Start with “The monster saw me standing there and advanced slowly toward me.”

    •Now that you know what we are doing, make your story interesting and descriptive. Make your monster DO something. Your monster does not have to be bad and regardless you must keep your story rated PG. Write the first 10 lines and stop there.

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Portraits, Art 3 Balance Projects, monster share, review.

  • Thursday, October 5

    Bellwork:

    •Portfolio, copy paper, random monster description.

    •Following my example you are to draw the monster in someone else’s closet. Try to make your monster match the writing as close as possible. Pay particular attention to the details that make that monster unique!

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 graphite Portrait, Art 3 Balance Projects, Review.

  • Wednesday, October 4

    •Portfolio, copy paper, monster description.

    •Following my example you are to draw the monster in your closet. Include details outlined in your narration. Try to make your monster match your writing as close as possible. If you find that you left out details that would make it easier to draw your monster, you may update your writing to reflect this.

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Graphite Pencil portrait projects; Art 3 Balance, Review.

  • Tuesday, October 3

    •Portfolio, lined notebook paper

    •Following my example from yesterday, you are to describe the monster in your closet. Use loads of details and descriptive language. Try to help the viewer visualize features and relative sizes of features by comparing them to things we already know and each other. Again, details; lots and lots of details! Oh, and your monster doesn’t have to be bad!

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Graphite Pencil practice then projects; Art 3 Balance, Review.

  • Monday, October 2

    Bellwork:

    •Read the following description of the monster in MY closet and draw him from my description.

    •I opened the door and there he was, the monster in MY closet. He stared at me with two red eyes the size of plump cherry tomatoes with beady, black pupils. His round, basketball like head was dominated by an orange, potato like nose and a large mouth that took up the lower half of his head. He was -grinning wickedly now, showing his razor sharp teeth, and even though he was smiling, his furrowed brow told me it was not friendly. His head was covered in thick purple fur and seemed to teeter on a long, too thin neck that was at least as long as his head was tall. His round, fur covered body was twice as big as his head and rested on oversized, hairless, green feet that jutted out at opposite angles from his body. His hands dangled from long, skinny arms and his knuckles dragged the floor, showing long, cruel talons for fingernails.

    Agenda: Bellwork (Monster in My Closet), Art 2 Graphite, Art 3 Balance Projects, Monster Share.

  • Friday, September 29

    •As you come in , if  you are going to STLP, HOSA, S.A.D.D. or FFA, you need to tell me so I can check their rosters.

    •Students who remain, today is reteach/ retake day or a chance to make up any work you need for my class (or any other class.)

  • Thursday, September 28th

    Bellwork:

    •As you come in get one of the “Scribbles” papers near the front.

    •These come from Jim Henson’s sketchbook, which he used to create many of the characters that he is famous for today. Doodling is one of the best ways to get your creative juices flowing so we will be doing pages from his book Doodling with Jim Henson periodically.

    •Complete the front and back of the paper. Do not take too long. You only have 5 minutes after the bell.

    •Remember doodles are just that, DOODLES! Not completed pieces. Don’t worry if they’re not perfect, they’re not supposed to be!

    Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Graphite, Art 3 Balance Projects,

  • Wednesday, September 27

    Bellwork:

    •Art 2: Continue to work on your individual drawings, 2 objects per page, 3 pages. After you finish that, just like charcoal. Put two objects close together and draw those. Remember, large scale, high contrast, proportion.

    •Art 3: Balance Projects.

    Agenda: Projects, Review.

  • Tuesday, September 26th

    Bellwork:

    •After you come in, you will get one of the comic strip panels.

    •You are going to continue the comic strip by drawing THE LAST PANEL.

    •Your characters must be the same as the characters already used in the first three panels. You should try to emulate each person’s style so it looks like the same individual drew each frame.

    •This is the end, so try to make your comic strip come to a logical (funny?) conclusion.

    •Keep your panels G rated with no bad stuff, these are comic strips, not death and destruction strips.

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Graphite, Art 3 Balance, Review

  • Monday, September 25th

    Bellwork:

    •After you come in, you will get one of the comic strip panels.

    •You are going to continue the comic strip by drawing JUST THE THIRD PANEL.

    •Your characters must be the same as the characters already used in the first two panels. You should try to emulate that person’s style so it looks like the same individual drew each frame.

    •Keep your panels G rated with no bad stuff, these are comic strips, not death and destruction strips.

    Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Graphite, Art 3 Balance, Review

  • Friday, September 22nd

    Bellwork:

    •After you come in, you will get one of the comic strip panels.

    •You are going to continue the comic strip by drawing JUST THE SECOND PANEL.

    •Your characters must be the same as the characters already used in the first panel. You should try to emulate that person’s style so it looks like the same individual drew each frame.

    •Keep your panels G rated with no bad stuff, these are comic strips, not death and destruction strips.

    •Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Charcoal Final, Art 3 Self Portrait, Review

  • Thursday, September 21, 2017

    Bellwork:

    •As you come in, get one of the comic strip panels.

    •You are going to start a comic strip by drawing JUST THE FIRST PANEL.

    •Your characters can be original or this time you can use established characters.

    •Keep your panels G rated with no bad stuff, these are comic strips, not death and destruction strips.

    Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Charcoal Final, Art 3 Self Portrait, Review

  • Wednesday, September 20th

    •Now that we have traded papers, you are to read ONLY the last line of the story you received and continue from there. You will write AT LEAST 8 more lines (you can do a couple more if you need to complete your story). This is the END of our story so wrap it up.

    •And so it goes…

    •Agenda: Bellwork. Art 2- Charcoal Final. Art 3- Self Portrait project. Review.

  • Tuesday, September 19th

    Bellwork:

    •Now that we have traded papers, you are to read ONLY the last line of the story you received and continue from there. You will write 8 more lines to the story.

    •And so it goes…

    •Agenda: Bellwork. Art 2- Start Charcoal Final. Art 3- Self Portrait project. Review.

  • Monday, September 20th, 2017

    •As you come in you need a sheet of lined notebook paper and your portfolio.

    •Today we are going to write a story. It can be about anything you want but it has to start with the line:

    –“I couldn’t believe my eyes, but there before me was the…” Write this big across the top, like a header.

    –Stop after writing 8 more lines on your lined notebook paper. Stop even if you are mid-sentence.

    –More directions to come

    Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 Charcoal Still Life, Art 3 Self Portrait, Story Share.

  • Friday, September15th, 2017

    Bellwork: Yesterday, you continued to work on our children’s book by writing the next part of your story. We need one more illustration and one to write the conclusion of our story. We will continue working on this the next 3 days or do.

    Agenda: Bellwork. Art 2- Charcoal, Art 3- self portrait. Review.

    Standard 4: Creating Art. LT: I can create strong artistic compositions.

  • Thursday, September 14th

    Bellwork: Yesterday, you continued to work on our children’s book by writing the next part of your story. We need one more illustration and one to write the conclusion of our story. We will continue working on this the next 3 days or do.

    Agenda: Bellwork. Art 2- Charcoal, Art 3- self portrait. Review.

  • Wednesday September 13th

    Bellwork: Yesterday, you continued to work on our children’s book by writing the next part of your story. We need one more illustration and one to write the conclusion of our story. We will continue working on this the next 3 days or do.

    Agenda: Bellwork. Art 2- Charcoal, Art 3- self portrait. Review.

  • Tuesday, September 12th

    Bellwork:

    Work on your projects until Mr. Ramey gets back!

     

    Agenda: Projects, Art 2-  Charcoal, Art 3- Self Portraits, Bellwork work  Share.

  • Monday, September 11th, 2017

    Bellwork: Friday, you continued to work on our children’s book by drawing the next  illustration after the one pictured. Today, continue to write your story about your picture, describing what happens next in the story.

    Agenda: Bellwork. Art 2- Charcoal, Art 3- self portrait. Review.

  • Friday, September 8th, 2017

    Bellwork:

    Looking at the illustrations from yesterday as if they were a children’s book; what would the NEXT illustration in the book look like? Draw that illustration. Be thinking ahead because guess what you are going to do tomorrow!

    Agenda: Bellwork. Art 2- CCW (LAST DAY!!), Art 3- self portrait. Review.

  • September 7th, 2017

    Bellwork: Continue writing your story, picking up where you left off. Be sure that you are developing your characters and using rich, descriptive language. We will write for about five minutes.

    Agenda: Bellwork. Art 2- CCW. Art 3- Self Portraits. Review.

  • September 6th, 2017

    Bellwork: Choose one of the illustrations and write a paragraph explaining the events that lead up to the picture. You may simply describe the events but the brave of heart will write me a story!

    Agenda: Bellwork. Art 2- CCW. Art 3- Self Portraits. Review.

  • September 5, 2017

    Bellwork

    •Have a seat, EC to come.

    •Now that we have traded papers DO NOT LOOK AT THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PAPER YOU HAVE!

    •Using the lines that have started on your page, complete the drawing you have been given.

    •Again, DO NOT LOOK AT THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PAPER YOU HAVE!

    •The idea is to try to complete the picture as YOU see it, taking clues from the lines you have.

    Agenda: Bellwork, Art 2 CCW, Art 3 Self Portraits, Review.

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