CREATIVE COLOUR WHEEL PAINTINGS
After creating these gorgeous “Creative Colour Wheel” watercolour paintings, the students were now ready to apply their knowledge of, ‘Analogous‘ colours, to a foil textured sculpture. It was meant to be a relief art work but many of the students chose sculpture instead. As long as they could demonstrate texture, analogous colours and applied cutting and presentation skills I did not mind.
As you can see below some got quite creative with this task!
ANALOGOUS TEXTURED SCULPTURES
The last step was to create a WordFoto digital image of their sculpture which showed their understanding of colour theory terms inspired from this video:
The digital terminology poster needed to be created from memory.
Next time, I will have students collect images of five art works which, apply each of the colour schemes, mentioned in the video above. The students can analyze and evaluate them using Buddy Poke.