|Belt Buckle http://porcelainart.blogspot.com/2010/11/still-crazy-after-all-these-years.html|
|Amelia Mason http://nausetmetals.wordpress.com/|
Warm Up - Take out your notebook and paper and list at least 5 jewelry techniques you've learned this year. Be specific
Learning Objective- You will be able to create your choice of jewelry using textural techniques on metal, found objects, or rivets to combine metals and objects for a unified jewelry design.
Language Objective- You will critique the artwork verbally during the class period.
Final Independent Project Criteria-
- You will pick a word for your inspiration; define the word and come up with concepts to communicate something about your life that relates to the word. Get images!
- Draw 10 thumbnails
- Repeat shapes within your design
- Use 3 jewelry techniques to include in your design. (saw peircing, wire-work/chain-work, wire solder design, cabochon stone setting, overlay sweat solder, acid etch, hammer, rollermill, reticulation, riveting, etc.)
- Include more than one piece of metal using a cold connection,(rivet, links) or solder connection
- Complete a finish using patinas or high polish
- Turn in your rivet project and work on your Independent Jewelry Assignment.
- We will be typing artist statements next Wednesday the 23rd.
- Start thinking about what you would like to do for your Independent Jewelry Project.
- Use the Independent Jewelry Project Planning sheet to plan your next project.
- Independent Jewelry piece - Due April 26th
- Artist Statement on Google Classroom and Printed out- Due April 26th
- Displaying your work in the case - Due Monday April 29th
- Critiquing another artists work from the school - Due May 1st