AP Art History
- Google Classroom: Review of China, Korea, Japan, South Asia, & South East Asia
- Facial Proportions: Practice nose and lips (Monday & Tuesday), begin shading
Everyday Object: Larger than Life – Form and Value
Students will choose an everyday object, preferably around 6-12 inches. They will draw the object to be larger than life size. If students do not bring in an object, they will draw a smashed aluminum can using a scale larger than actual size.
Using acrylic paint, students will focus on contrasting values to create dimension and replicate the texture of their chosen object. The object should look realistic, while the background is of varying color families applied in an interestingly aesthetic manner.