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Jean-Marie Galing

Art Resource Teacher
Fairfax County Public Schools
Primary (5 to 8 years old), Elementary (9 to 12 years old), Middle School (13 to 15 years old), High School (16 to 18 years old)
Teacher/Educator, Curriculum Developer
Visual Arts, Arts :

Jean-Marie Galing's collections


Controlled Environments

<p>The environments depicted by some artists evoke a sense of control and order.  Look at these artworks by Charles Sheeler, Edward Hopper, and Richard Estes. What formal elements of art or principles of design do you see that support the feeling of control?</p> <ul><li>Elements: line, shape, color, value, form, texture, space</li><li>Principles of Design: balance, contrast, emphasis, movement, pattern, rhythm, unity</li></ul>
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Crazy Quilts

<p>Images support learning in primary grade textile lessons.</p>
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Culture Lotto

<p>Images to show when playing third grade Culture Lotto game.</p>
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Family Fun

<p> There are many ways that families have fun together. Have you done some of these activities with your family? Draw or paint a picture of you and your family enjoying an activity together.</p>
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Family Helper

<p>Images of children performing tasks that help their family. How are these children helping others? </p><p>What do you do to help out at home? Draw a picture of yourself being a helper.</p>
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Family Pets

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Georgia O'Keeffe

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Habitats and Communities

Animals live in habitats; people live in communities. In what ways are they similar or different?
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Jacob Lawrence

<p>Paintings by artist Jacob Lawrence of people working and playing in their community.</p>
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<p>Choose several images to compare/contrast in terms of location, season, and/or style. Discuss why artists may choose to depict a particular place.</p><p>Formal analysis for elementary students: identify foreground, middle ground and background; describe how size and placement of objects and use of overlapping contribute to the illusion of depth. </p><p>Formal analysis for secondary students: describe color harmonies; identify focal point; find examples of one-point, two point, and atmospheric perspective. </p>
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Louise Nevelson

<p>Did you know that Louise's dad owned a lumber yard? No wonder she enjoyed creating wood assemblages.</p> <p>Look at a selected sculpture with a partner and discuss:</p> <ul><li>What do you see?</li><li>How is it arranged?</li><li>What does it make you think of?</li><li>What kind of meaning or story can you find in the sculpture?</li><li>How did Louise <em>unify</em> her sculptures? (UNITY is when all the parts work together to create a cohesive artwork.)</li></ul><p></p>
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