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Artistic Symmetry

Artistic Symmetry Ms. Finn Friday, March 7, 2014 Art Work Bilateral Symmetry It is symmetry that can be divided directly in half and allow for the same picture on either side. If you were to split the slide picture in half going from left to right, you would have the same picture. Art Work

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Artistic Symmetry

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  1. Artistic Symmetry Ms. Finn Friday, March 7, 2014 Art Work

  2. Bilateral Symmetry • It is symmetry that can be divided directly in half and allow for the same picture on either side. • If you were to split the slide picture in half going from left to right, you would have the same picture. Art Work

  3. Radial Symmetry • Radial symmetry is when you can turn an object or picture in a circle and the picture would look the same no matter the perspective. • An example of radial symmetry is a child’s pinwheel. Art Work

  4. Provide Visuals • Provide students with some examples of bilateral symmetry • Provide students with some examples of radial symmetry. • Provide students with YOUR examples of both. Art Work

  5. Manila Paper Paint Brushes Tempura Paints Pens Pencils Markers Rulers Colored Pencils Water Colored Pencils Manila Paper with Pre-printed Circle Examples of both types of symmetry. Materials Needed Art Work

  6. Demonstrate Bilateral • Take a piece of manila paper and fold in half vertically. • Place paper on white board and begin to draw a half of a picture. • Use different mediums to assist in finishing the product. Art Work

  7. Demonstrate Radial symmetry • Place manila paper with circle up on the board. • Take a ruler and begin to evenly divide the circle into an even amount of sections. • Draw a design in one of the cross sections and then repeat for the rest of the circle. • Fill in the designed circle with more than three mediums. Art Work

  8. Independent • Allow students to work on their pieces. • Make sure you monitor students etiquette with the art materials. • Assist students who may be struggling with assignment. Art Work

  9. Closure to Lesson • Have the students share their finished art pieces. • Have the students provide positive feedback on their classmates art work. • As the teacher remind your students that symmetry can be seen everywhere, they just have to look for it and they will be surprised. Art Work

  10. Symmetry Art Work Link

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