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  1. Abstraction • Abstract: to remove, reduce, or summarize. • Abstract: in sculpture, emphasizing a derived essential character having little visual reference to objects in nature.

  2. Sculpt one abstract form, in clay, that is in the style of one of the artists • 1.Abstract basic textures, form, space—minimizing detail of paper or fabric • 2. Abstract action or the idea of action of an object -- Brancusi • 3.Abstraction of the human form, i.e. Henry Moore, Umberto Boccioni,

  3. Clay Abstraction • Henry Moore

  4. Armature • Use newspaper and plastic to support your hollow construction

  5. Clay • Wrap the clay thick enough for sculpting • Leave open to remove paper and plastic

  6. Sketches • Use the sketches as a guide to get started • You may make changes as you sculpt

  7. Negative Space • Negative space in and around the sculpture is equally important as the positive form.

  8. Negative space • The armature will support the clay

  9. Sculpting • Add • Remove • Carving

  10. Form • Attention to all views • Attention to what may be top or bottom

  11. Max Ernst,

  12. Clay Abstraction • Copy work

  13. Clay Abstraction • Copy work

  14. Clay Abstraction • Copy work

  15. Clay Abstraction • Glaze

  16. Clay Abstraction • Glaze

  17. Clay Abstraction • Painted with wood

  18. Clay Abstraction • Glaze

  19. Clay Abstraction • Varnish

  20. Clay Abstraction • Varnish

  21. Clay Abstraction

  22. Clay Abstraction • Glaze

  23. Clay Abstraction • Glaze

  24. Clay Abstraction • Painted white

  25. Clay Abstraction

  26. Joanna McManus Ceramics

  27. Evaluation • 100 Paper: the student must answer the following: • a. What the sculpture was created and abstracted from? • b. Your composition, the use of movement, balance, space and texture in the sculpture? • c. Compare your work to other abstract artist. • 100Composition: what achievement level has the student accomplished in the use of movement, balance, space and texture? • 100 Creativity: what level of creative ability has the student displayed in the work? • 100 Following Objectives: has the student fulfilled the objectives of the assignment? Has the student exhibited the objectives in the completion of the assignment. • 100 Work Ethic: did the student complete the task on time? Has the student exhibited good working habits in class, clean up, and being prepared to work? Has the student spent class time wisely? • 500 Total

  28. Rubric • 100-93Students who achieve at the highest level for this grading criteria and who demonstrate an extra creative effort may receive this score for their work. • 92-86Students who are proficient for this grading criteria and who demonstrate active class involvement may receive this score for their work. • 85-78Student who have a basic grasp of this grading criteria and demonstrates active class involvement and/or limited application of the concept may receive this score for their work. • 77-70Students are at below basic proficiency for this grading criteria and demonstrates limited class involvement and limited application of the concept may receive this score for their work. • 69-0Students who submit work that is unacceptable for this criteria and who demonstrates little class involvement may receive this score for their work.