MONDAY, JUNE 8: Final Drawing

Your final assignment for this school year is about giving advice to incoming seventh grade students for next year. Your assignment can be in the form of a drawing, a drawing with words or word art. The lesson is in the file with today’s date, June 8. You will need paper and a pencil and whatever coloring supplies you have at home. Have fun!

MONDAY, JUNE 1: Observational Drawing
This week's assignment is to go outside and create an observational drawing. The lesson is in the power point file with today's date, June 1. Please read through the entire power point presentation and look at the examples. You will need a sketchbook (or paper and something to lean on) and a pencil. Have fun and enjoy the outdoors, providing the weather is nice.

MONDAY, MAY 18: Quarantine Blues Drawing
This week's assignment is to create a drawing about what you miss most from being in quarantine. The lesson is in the file with today's date, May 18. Please read through the directions first. You will need a sketchbook/drawing paper, a pencil and whatever coloring supplies you have. Be creative and have fun!!

MONDAY, MAY 11:
Aluminum Foil Sculpture
This week you will be working with the element of form and creating an aluminum foil sculpture. The lesson is in the power point file with the date of May 11. Please read through the entire power point first. There are links to videos that show you how to create your sculpture, so please watch them. You will need aluminum foil and scissors for this project. Be creative and have fun!

MONDAY, MAY 4:
Shoe Drawing with Value
This week we are combining what you worked on the past two weeks. You will be creating a drawing of your two shoes and shading them in with pencil to show value. You should have lots of practice sketching your shoes since you completed blind and modified contours of them.

Please read through the entire power point lesson and look at the student examples. Remember, this week you can sketch your shoes; it does not need to be a contour. Please include ALL the details in your shoes. Take your time, this does not need to be completed in one sitting and most of all, HAVE FUN!!


MONDAY, APRIL 27:
Value Drawing
I want to thank those of you that turned in your contour shoe drawings. You guys did a great job!!

Today’s assignment is a review of value drawing. You learned about value in sixth grade as well as this year with your monochromatic painting. You will be creating a value scale and shading some objects. You will need a pencil and paper (or you can print pages from slides). Please read through the ENTIRE power point before you start drawing.


MONDAY, APRIL 20:
Contour Drawing Review
You will be creating two contour drawings of your shoes. The lesson file is in the document container at the bottom of this page. The supplies you will need are paper and a pen or pencil. If you have any questions, please send me an email. Finished drawings can also be sent to my email address. Have Fun!



OTHER ART ACTIVITIES:
Links to online art activities that were recommended by the PWCS Office of Student Learning are posted in the document container on this page. These are for your enjoyment and are NOT graded activities.

The standards that were covered for Quarter 3 are as follows: 7.3 Sketchbook Drawings, 7.6.2, 7.6.1, 7.6.4 Monochromatic Value Scale and Painting, 7.9.3, 7.2 Ceramic Slab Container, and the last project we worked on 7.8, 7.2, 7.19 Contour Drawing and Reflection Questions.


The seventh grade Art curriculum emphasizes the continued development of skills using various 2-D and 3-D media, processes and techniques. The elements of art will be reviewed and the principles of design will be introduced. Students will apply their previous knowledge as they continue to interpret and express their own ideas and feelings about art through artist statements, reflections and critiques.

The following units will be covered during the nine week Art course. However, the times/length of units are approximate and classes may be affected due to holidays/vacations, inclement weather and field trips.  
SCULPTURE:  Ceramics/Clay (10 days), DRAWING: Sketchbooks (6 days), Contour Drawing (7 days), Drawing with Value (5 days), Perspective (3 days), PAINTING: Monochromatic Value Scale (4 days), Monochromatic Painting Project (6 days).

Initial value
image: contour drawing of a person with patterned backgroundimage: pencil drawing of NY Giants player Michael Strahanimage: pencil drawing of a pair of sneakersimage: red monochromatic painting of triangular shapesimage: pencil drawing of Beagle with value