I wrote about my Design I class once on my blog, featuring their collaborative installation project. It was a great experience for them! (Click HERE to check it out.) The class consisted of 4 students and it was a nice, intimate classroom experience vs. teaching a class full of 15 students.
Before I start posting work that my Spring 2015 students are doing, I wanted to be sure to highlight some of their great work over the fall semester. Below are some designs that were turned in. All have aspects to be improved upon for their portfolio, but overall I was very pleased with their results!
* I have permission from my students to promote their work on my website.
LINE: Straight, Curved, and Combination compositions made with black construction paper on Bristol board.
SHAPE: Geometric, Organic, and Combination compositions made with black construction paper on Bristol board.
BALANCE: Symmetrical, Asymmetrical, Radial, and Patterned compositions made with black construction paper on Bristol board. Their group of compositions had to be inspired by the lyrics of a song of their choosing.
TEXTURE: Found, Rubbed, and Created texture cut apart and collaged into a quilt block pattern of their choice.
VALUE: Acrylic paint used to depict portion of image in grey-scale.
SPACE & PERSPECTIVE: Designing a shape and imagining it in 3D form, then rotating and moving it through space using acrylic paint.
Hooray for a great semester!