ARTISTREE AT THE MODEL VILLAGE GODSHILL...
Designed to support a school trip to The Model Village, Godshill
ART & DESIGN Key Stage 3
Creativity in Art & Design
Creative Response to stimulus
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The resource incorporates a photography and sketching task, and enables students to develop their creativity and ideas. Furthermore, it allows them to investigate abstract art forms and use their sketches/photographs as a stimulus to produce a piece of art work.
This is an art resource that engages students in key stage 3 with their visit to The Model Village Godshill.
The resource incorporates a photography and sketching task, and enables students to develop their creativity and ideas.
Furthermore, it allows them to investigate abstract art forms and use their sketches/photographs as a stimulus to produce a piece of art work.
During their visit, students can use a digital camera and a sketch book to capture a variety of images. These could be close ups of leaves or flowers, or whole scenes which incorporate the landscapes crafted by the gardeners.
Upon return to school, students will be given time to investigate abstract art forms (focusing on landscapes/flowers). They will build a portfolio of these images so that they can refer to them when producing their own composition.
Students will choose their favourite sketch/image/close up from their visit to Godshill and recreate it in the abstract form.
Students can choose their preferred media (e.g. paint/pencil/ textiles etc) but must provide justifications for their choices.
They will then reflect on their finished pieces and provide feedback/ constructive criticism to each other.
Key Skills Practised
use of a range of techniques to record their observations in sketchbooks, journals and other media as a basis for exploring their ideas
use of a range of techniques and media, including painting
increasing their proficiency in the handling of different materials
analysis and evaluation of their own work, and that of others, in order to strengthen the visual impact or applications of their work
learning about the history of art, craft, design and architecture, including periods, styles and major movements from ancient times up to the present day
Students will demonstrate their artistic skill, using of a variety of media They will develop an understanding of the development of art forms.
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