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Rooks Heath School

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L.S. Lowry Project

Activity 1: Introduction and discussion about L.S. Lowry and his work.

Activity 2: Lowry colour wheel - mixing your own colours.

Homework: Using Lowry colours in the city scene.

Activity 3: Looking at one point perspective - drawing excercise.

Activity 4: Copy a Lowry using one point perspective and mixing your own colours.

Homework: Research Lowry using the Internet. Include basic biography, interesting facts and paintings.

Activity 5: Select a section of a Lowry and extend it at both sides using your imagination to complete the street and add colour.

Homework: Draw your street Lowry style.

Activity 6: Look at photographs and drawings of Harrow. Turn these into a Lowry style street through drawing and painting.

Homework: Draw a group of Lowry figures and add colour.

Activity 7: Working from basline drawings, draw a small dog or cat using wire.

Homework: Design drawing for clay figure.

Activity 8: Working from figure drawings, make a Lowry clay figure.

Homework: Evaluation

Term 2 - Self Image

For this project Year 7 will be asked to look at themselves. They will work from direct observation and will consider basic facial proportions, facial features and colour to produce a range of responses reflecting the work of the artist Pablo Picasso. They will learn how to combine visual and written information in order to present an informative research page with some analysis. This work will be developed into print.

Term 3 - Cultural Project

Looking at the work of other artists and cultures helps to promote a shared understanding of the role of art in all our lives. This year we will be looking at Greek culture with specific reference to clay forms, sculptures and dramatic masks. This work will be translated into 3D form through the use of found objects, paper, card or clay.