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  1. COLLAGE

  2. “…Colours sing without paying attention to rules and regulations.” - Henri Matisse

  3. The Codomas (Les Codomas); Plate XI from Jazz, 1947. Color pochoir, lithographed text. Artist’s book, 16”x12”.

  4. Henri Matisse

  5. Henri Matisse • Born in France on Dec. 31, 1869 • General store clerk or lawyer • Appendicitis & a box of paints • Age 20… found he loved to paint! • Died in 1954 at age 84

  6. Woman Reading1894, oil on canvas

  7. The Dinner Table, 1897, oil on canvas

  8. Les Fauves – The Wild Beasts Portrait of Madame Matisse (TheGreen Line)1905, oil on canvas

  9. Open Window1905, oil on canvas Woman with a Hat1905, oil on canvas

  10. Self-Portrait in a Striped T-Shirt1906oil on canvas

  11. Harmony in Red (The Tablecloth), 1908, oil on canvas

  12. Chapelle du Rosairein Vence, France; 1951

  13. Matisse’s Cutouts

  14. Icare (Icarus) 1947; Gouache cutout from the illustrated book Jazz

  15. Le Cirque (The Circus)1947; Gouache cutout from the illustrated book Jazz

  16. The Sorrows of the King1952; Gouache and Paper on Canvas

  17. Beasts of the Sea1950; Paper collage on canvas

  18. Black Leaf on Green Background1950; Gouache Découpée

  19. Le Bateau1953; Paper-Cut

  20. The Snail; 1953; Gouache on paper, cut and pasted on white paper

  21. The Codomas (Les Codomas); Plate XI from Jazz, 1947. Color pochoir, lithographed text. Artist’s book, 16”x12”.

  22. COLLAGE!

  23. -from “What’s the Big Idea? Activities and Adventures in Abstract Art by Joyce Raimondo

  24. -from “What’s the Big Idea? Activities and Adventures in Abstract Art by Joyce Raimondo

  25. -from “What’s the Big Idea? Activities and Adventures in Abstract Art by Joyce Raimondo

  26. “Drawing with Scissors” • Choose a subject (What makes you happy?) • Start with a background (large, colourful sheets/shapes) • Theme - your ‘happy place’ (can start with ideas… list, sketch, brainstorm, plan…) • Draw with scissors - Make it abstract; do not draw with pencil • Can use leftover scraps/paper too • Use patterns and create designs (repeat the same shape more that once to create patterns) • Experiment with colours so they “…sing without paying attention to rules and regulations.”) • Arrange first, then glue the shapes • Give your work a title