Drawing Inspiration: From Gallery to Studio (Grades 9 – 12)
“Drawing is the basis of art. A bad painter cannot draw. But one who draws well can always paint.” – Arshile Gorky
Art starts with drawing. Students will begin in the AGO galleries, inspired to draw through direct observation of original works of art using pencil and paper, just like generations of artists have done before them. Returning to our open studio environment, students will further develop their drawing skills as they refine and finish their drawings using conté, charcoal, pastels or chalk. In addition to honing their drawing skills, students can draw in response to the themes of our secondary guided visits.
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Note: In an open studio environment, creativity can be a messy process! Please ask students to wear comfortable clothing that is easily washable. Aprons are not provided.
Visual Arts: Grade 9 – 12
Creating and Presenting: The Creative Process; The Elements and Principles of Design; Production and Presentation
Reflecting, Responding and Analysing: The Critical Analysis Process; Art, Society, and Values
Foundations: Terminology; Conventions and Techniques; Responsible Practice
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