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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 :

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Postcard Places

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Posters, Pins & Postage for a Cause

<p>Analyze selected images and discuss:</p> <p></p> <ul><li>What is the cause or social issue?</li><li>How has the artist/designer combined text and image to communicate a message?</li><li>What visual qualities make an image effective or not?</li></ul><p></p>
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Abstract food

<p>Images illustrate how artists use simplification and zooming in to abstract images of popular foods.</p>
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Animal Vessels

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Symbols

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Chuck Close Portraits

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Fabulous Fabrics

<p>Use images to introduce a stamp-printing lesson with primary students. Observe selected images and discuss. . . </p> <ul><li>What shapes or lines do you see?</li><li>Which fabrics have repeat patterns?</li><li>Which fabrics have alternating patterns?</li><li>What could the fabric be used for?</li></ul><p>Play a sorting game with images printed on cards. Categories for sorting could include stripes, plaid, checkerboard, floral, polka dot, etc.</p> <p>ART MAKING CHALLENGE: </p> <ul><li>Students will stamp print on paper with cardboard edges, stampers, or found objects to create patterns. </li><li>Printed paper will then be cut into clothing for collage self portraits.</li></ul><p></p>
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Maps

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Abstract Sculpture

<p>For younger students, play an "I Spy" or sorting game with sculpture images. Attributes to look for:</p> <ul><li>Geometric shapes/forms</li><li>Biomorphic shapes/forms</li><li>Inside/outside sculptures</li><li>Sculptures that resemble animals or people</li><li>Sculptures that don't resemble anything</li><li>Big/little sculptures - explain how you decided this (scale in relation to its surroundings)</li></ul><p>With older students, challenge them to construct a definition of abstraction based on what they observe in the sculptures. </p>
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Animal Sculptures

<p>Images support second grade paper sculpture lesson. View a few images and lead a discussion with questioning:</p><ul><li>What do you notice about this picture?</li><li>Where do you think this is located?</li><li>If you were here and saw this animal, what would you be thinking?</li><li>Why do you think the artist chose to put this animal in this spot?</li><li>How do you think the animal affects people who use this space?</li><li>Can you think of a space in your community where an artist might place an animal sculpture?</li></ul>
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Gardens

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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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