K, Williams Art 1 Portfolio

Created different examples of the elements of art using construction paper.
Drew a picture found in a magazine in different ways to show the principles of art.
Self portrait pretest drawn in 10 minutes using pencil.
Hand drawing pretest drawn in 10 minutes using pencil.
Value scale; to show different values.
One point perspective of cubes using different values to show shadows.
Two point perspective of cubes with shading.
Perspective drawing of the hallway pretest drawn in 10 minutes with pencil.
Goal card made using cardboard, magazine clippings, paint, and marker. Represents my goals to talk more, work harder, and be more free and out-going.
Figure drawing of spheres using graphite pencil.
Figure drawing of cylinders using graphite pencil.
Figure drawing of prism using graphite pencil.
Figure drawing using graphite pencil.
Realistic nose drawing using graphite pencil.
Realistic lip drawing using graphite pencil.
Realistic eye drawing using graphite pencil.
Drawing of my own eyes using graphite pencil.
Graphite skull drawing using continuous lines
Digital surrealists using personal symbols. My personal symbols are a cow to represent patience, daffodils representing honesty, and an eye representing attentiveness. Surrealism is a form of art putting figures in ways that are not normal.
Self portrait painting using acrylic paint and colored pencil. Pop art is a form of art based on popular culture and mass media.
Ceramic mask using personal symbols. My personal symbols are a cow to represent patience, daffodils representing honesty, and an eye representing attentiveness.
My class made penguin puppets for the puppet show using cardboard, paper machete, and paint.
The puppet show was called "One Home." It was about the apartheid movement in South Africa.
My table made this puppet. I drew the puppet and screwed it together. Mt table worked together to use the paper machete and paint it.

COURSE REFLECTION: During this semester, I really grew as an artist. By learning the basics for figure drawing, different styles of art, and many other things, I was able to develop a personal style for myself.

"Drawing for the DMZ" is an architectural graphite drawing by Lebbeus Woods. "I'm not interested in living in a fantasy world ... All my work is still meant to evoke real architectural spaces. But what interests me is what the world would be like if we were free of conventional limits. Maybe I can show what could happen if we lived by a different set of rules." I personally like his style and use of color and I appreciate the inspiration behind his pieces.

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