SCULPTURE - Henry County School District

SCULPTURE - Henry County School District

Sculpture ASSEMBLAGE The Additive Process in Creating 3-Dimensional Form What is assemblage? Assemblage is an artistic process in which a 3D composition is made from putting together found

objects. The origin of the word can be traced back to the early 1950s, when Jean Dubuffet created a series of collages of butterfly wings, which he titled assemblages d'empreintes. Found Object Sculpture A

found object, in an artistic sense, indicates the use of an object which has not been designed for an artistic purpose, but which exists for another purpose already. Bowafridgeaphon e made by Iner

Souster JOHANN DIETER WASSMANN ( JEFF WASSMANN), VORWARTS! (GO FORWARD!), 1897 (2003). RAOUL HAUSMANN, MECHANICAL HEAD [THE SPIRIT OF OUR AGE], ASSEMBLAGE CIRCA 1920. Historical Assemblage Artists HOMEWORK: Pick ONE from below and write/draw 5 Facts about them in your sketchbook!

Louise Nevelson Alexander Calder Robert Rauschenberg Joseph Cornell Louise Nevelson Louise Nevelson (18991988), an American artist, is known for her abstract

expressionist boxes grouped together to form a new creation. She used found objects or everyday discarded things in her assemblages or assemblies, one 'Sky_Cathedral',_pain ted_wood_by_Louise_

Nevelson,_1982 'Night_Leaf',_plexigl as_sculpture_by_Lo uise_Nevelson_196 9 Alexander Calder Alexander Calder (July 22, 1898 November 11, 1976) was an

American sculptor and artist most famous for inventing the mobile. Robert Rauschenberg Robert Rauschen berg (19252008), painter and collagist known

for his mixed media works Robert Rauschenberg , during six Untitled, ca. 1954, decades. Freestanding combine: oil, pencil, crayon, paper, canvas, fabric, newspaper, photographs, wood, glass, mirror, tin, cork and found painting with pair of painted

leather shoes, dried grass, and Dominique hen mounted on wood structure on five casters; 86 1/2 x 37 x 26 1/4 in. The Museum of Robert Rauschenberg , Monogram, 1955 Freestanding combine: oil, paper, fabric, printed paper, printed reproductions, metal, wood, rubber shoe heel, and tennis ball on canvas, with oil on Angora goat and rubber tire, on wood

platform mounted on four casters; 42 x 63 1/4 x 64 1/2 in. Robert Rauschenberg - 'Canyon', 1959, oil, house paint, pencil, paper, fabric, metal, buttons, nails, cardboard, printed paper, photographs, wood, paint tubes, mirror string, JOSEPH CORNELL Joseph Cornell. Cornell (1903 1972), who lived in New York City, is known for his

delicate boxes. Many of his boxes, such as the famous Medici Slot Machine boxes, are interactive and are meant to be Contemporary Assemblage Artists: HOMEWORK: Pick ONE from below and write/draw 5 Facts about them in your sketchbook! Contemporary Artists:

David Smith Deborah Butterfield Ewa Pachucka Jackie Winsor Les Kossatz David Smith American Abstract Expressionist Sculptor. Steel Abstract Geometric Sculptures Deborah Butterfield Ewa Pachucka

Polish Made from Hemp & Wire Prefers soft sculptures textiles. Jackie Winsor Considered a Minimalist artist. Also, considered anti-form using spheres and cubes most often. Les Kossatz

ASSIGNMENTS IN YOUR SKETCHBOOK: Identify a favorite sculptor and develop a journal page on the artist. (Can be historical or contemporary) Draw 3-5 sketches of sculpture designs. (Sketches should take up page each with color!)

Online resources http://www.artchive.com/artchive/C/c ornell.html http://edu.warhol.org/pdf/cornell_han dout.pdf http://web.archive.org/web/2007012 4022519/members.aol.com/mindweb art2/cornellpage2.htm http://www.artic.edu/aic/education/tr c/Cornell_Poster_Packe.pdf http://altpick.com/spot/binkley/index. php

ESSENTIAL QUESTION How does the additive process of construction help you express your own personal ideas in creating a 3-Dimensional form? My boxes are lifes experiences aesthetically expressed. Joseph Cornell

OTHER THINGS TO CONSIDER Who decides what good sculpture is and how can that opinion be proven? Can you find your own culture and personal experiences in the sculpture of other cultures and time? Where can you find inspiration for your own sculpture outside of the art class?

How do you use the Elements of Art and the Principles of Design as a visual language in sculpture? How do you express meaning through sculpture? PROJECT PROJECT!!! Create a Louis Nevelson inspired box.

This box should be based around a theme of personal or cultural significance. Should contain found objects and at least 10 different items. (Remember, items that are not TOO heavy and that will take spray paint well.)

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