3 Art Critique

answer all the questions for each art provided:
3 art pictures= 3 different critique pages.
1 pages reflection about the 3 art
more instructions and images of the art are located in the attachment below
Format Guidelines:
 You must use APA 6th edition format including references.
 You must use the formatting from the assignment template.
 You must answer the questions in a paragraph format.
 Completed work must be typed and submitted as Word Document to webcourse by the due
date and time.
Art
ATTACHED FILE(S)
ART CRITIQUE Notes
Exhibit #1 – Contemporary PaintingName of the Exhibit
______________________________________________________
Reflective Questions: (
You need to answer all the sub-questions as well!)
1) What is it?
a. Is it a painting, drawing, batik, weaving, beadwork, claywork, or something else?
b. What are its physical properties? Is it big, small, square, round, solid, moving or framed?
c. What exactly is it made out of?
d. What did the artist use to create this artifact?

2) What do you see when you look at this work of art?
a. Focus on the artist’s use of line, color, shape or form, mass, volume, design, pattern, space, balance and texture. How are these elements used?
b. What shapes do you see?
c. What colors were used? How were they used?
d. What types of lines were used?

3) What do you think the artist is trying to say through this work?
a. Try to put the artist’s picture into words. What is the message?
b. What did the artist put in the picture? People, animals, buildings or events? Or something different?
c. What words come to your mind when you look at this work?

4) How does the artwork make you feel?
a. Do you feel happy, sad, angry, scared or funny when you look at the work?
b. What does the artist do to make you feel this way?

5) Do you like it?
a. Why or why not?
b. What is it about the artwork that makes you like or dislike it?
c. What would change your feelings about it?
d. What personal memories/experiences does this work bring up in you that you can share with others?

6) How would you share this work with children?
a. Think of a plan when you would introduce this type of work to children. What would be your objectives?
b. How can you link this activity with the national and state standards?
c. What would you want children to learn from this artwork (e.g., colors, shapes, lines, dimensions, history, animals, diversity).
d. Write down at least 3 steps (procedures) that you would guide children through to learn about this artifact

ART CRITIQUE Notes
Exhibit #2 – SculptureName of the Exhibit
______________________________________________________
Reflective Questions: (
You need to answer all the sub-questions as well!)
1) What is it?
a. Is it a painting, drawing, batik, weaving, beadwork, claywork, or something else?
b. What are its physical properties? Is it big, small, square, round, solid, moving or framed?
c. What exactly is it made out of?
d. What did the artist use to create this artifact?

2) What do you see when you look at this work of art?
a. Focus on the artist’s use of line, color, shape or form, mass, volume, design, pattern, space, balance and texture. How are these elements used?
b. What shapes do you see?
c. What colors were used? How were they used?
d. What types of lines were used?

3) What do you think the artist is trying to say through this work?
a. Try to put the artist’s picture into words. What is the message?
b. What did the artist put in the picture? People, animals, buildings or events? Or something different?
c. What words come to your mind when you look at this work?

4) How does the artwork make you feel?
a. Do you feel happy, sad, angry, scared or funny when you look at the work?
b. What does the artist do to make you feel this way?

5) Do you like it?
a. Why or why not?
b. What is it about the artwork that makes you like or dislike it?
c. What would change your feelings about it?
d. What personal memories/experiences does this work bring up in you that you can share with others?

6) How would you share this work with children?
a. Think of a plan when you would introduce this type of work to children. What would be your objectives?
b. How can you link this activity with the national and state standards?
c. What would you want children to learn from this artwork (e.g., colors, shapes, lines, dimensions, history, animals, diversity).
d. Write down at least 3 steps (procedures) that you would guide children through to learn about this artifact

ART CRITIQUE Notes
Exhibit #3 – Portrait Name of the Exhibit
______________________________________________________
Reflective Questions: (
You need to answer all the sub-questions as well!)
1) What is it?
a. Is it a painting, drawing, batik, weaving, beadwork, claywork, or something else?
b. What are its physical properties? Is it big, small, square, round, solid, moving or framed?
c. What exactly is it made out of?
d. What did the artist use to create this artifact?

2) What do you see when you look at this work of art?
a. Focus on the artist’s use of line, color, shape or form, mass, volume, design, pattern, space, balance and texture. How are these elements used?
b. What shapes do you see?
c. What colors were used? How were they used?
d. What types of lines were used?

3) What do you think the artist is trying to say through this work?
a. Try to put the artist’s picture into words. What is the message?
b. What did the artist put in the picture? People, animals, buildings or events? Or something different?
c. What words come to your mind when you look at this work?

4) How does the artwork make you feel?
a. Do you feel happy, sad, angry, scared or funny when you look at the work?
b. What does the artist do to make you feel this way?

5) Do you like it?
a. Why or why not?
b. What is it about the artwork that makes you like or dislike it?
c. What would change your feelings about it?
d. What personal memories/experiences does this work bring up in you that you can share with others?

6) How would you share this work with children?
a. Think of a plan when you would introduce this type of work to children. What would be your objectives?
b. How can you link this activity with the national and state standards?
c. What would you want children to learn from this artwork (e.g., colors, shapes, lines, dimensions, history, animals, diversity).
d. Write down at least 3 steps (procedures) that you would guide children through to learn about this artifact

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