PAINTING FALL 2020

Day 1

August 19, 2020

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Agenda

  1. Welcome!Do you have any questions, or concerns?

  2. Roll

  3. Class Website www.barneyart.space

  4. Procedure Presentation

  5. Disclosure Document

  6. Artists: Sarah Stoddard, Leah Beeferman, Lance Letscher, Laslo Antal, Lorien Stern

  7. Sketchbook Collaging Workshop

  8. Clean up/Sanitize

Assignments:

  1. Fill out the "About Me" form

(here is the PDF version)
  1. Disclosure Document (Due August 25)

  2. Optional: Join Remind https://www.remind.com/join/fbarney?utm_medium=ios


Supplies:

  1. Blue Painter's Tape

  2. Apron


Day 2

August 21, 2020

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  1. Starter: Write a list of as many media/medium you can think of (anything that makes a mark)

  2. Artist of the Day: Yayoi Kusama, Melissa Gonzales

  3. What is a mark discussion?

  4. Activity! Go outside and find 10 materials that make a mark (Like paint, grass, dirt), and 10 materials to use to put the medium onto the paper(Like a paintbrush, rock, stick)

  5. Talk about paint (what is paint?) Talk about paint brushes. Make your own tool to make a mark.

Assignments:

  1. Fill out the "About Me" form

(here is the PDF version)
  1. Disclosure Document (Due August 25)

Day 3

August 25, 2020

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  1. Draw 10 shapes and 3 patterns in your sketchbook

  2. Artist of the day: Min Pin

  3. Watch this video about what is art

  4. Discussion: What is art?

  5. Blue Tape?

  6. Acrylic Demonstration/Workshop

  7. Paint a flat shape with a light color then once the paint is dry, make a pattern on top of the shape with a darker color

  8. Clean up/Sanitize

Assignments:

  1. Fill out the "About Me" form

(here is the PDF version)
  1. Disclosure Document (Due August 25 TODAY)

Day 4

August 27, 2020

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  1. Starter: Write a list of every ground you can think of. Ground: A surface you can paint/draw/embroider on. Examples: Paper, Wood, Leaves

  2. Artists of the day: Ricey Wright, Andi Pitcher Davis, Cayce Zavaglia, Geoff Mcfetridge, Rachel de Joode

  3. New Assignment: Painting Thread and Baking Photographs

  4. Embroidery workshop!

  5. Clean/Sanitize

Day 5

August 31, 2020

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  1. Starter: Find a picture YOU took on your phone. Try to draw the outlines of that picture.

  2. Artists of the day: Keith Haring, Miranda July and Harrell Fletcher, Cinta Arribas, Geoff McFetridge

  3. Ink Workshop

  4. Painting Thread and Baking Photographs (Due September 11)

Assignments:

Painting Thread and Baking Photographs (Due September 11)

Day 6

September 2, 2020

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  1. Starter: Draw a quick sketch of the Image and answer the following questions: What do you see in the image? What does the image remind you of? What questions do you have about the piece?

  2. Artists of the Day: Thomas Demand (interview 00:10-4:24)

Mark Bradford

  1. Video

  2. Paper Workshop - Make an object you use everyday out of paper

  3. Work on Painting Thread and Baking Photographs (Meet with Barney about your project)

Assignments:

Painting Thread and Baking Photographs (Due September 11)

Day 7

September 4, 2020

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  1. Starter: What is a drawing? What does it mean to draw? Based off of the definitions you found, think about different materials you could use to make a drawing besides a pencil, pen, or marker (Feel free to use your phone and neighbor as a resource)

  2. Ok Go

  3. The Case for Conceptual Art

Write a response to the video in your sketchbook

  1. Artists of the Day: Tony Orrico video, Heather Hansen video

  2. Drawing Workshop: Draw something using your body instead of just your hand

  3. Work time

Assignments:

Painting Thread and Baking Photographs (Due September 11)

Check out the class website and write that you did it on canvas!

Day 8

September 9, 2020

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  1. Starter: What is paint? What does it mean to paint? Based off of the definitions you found, think about different materials you could use to make a painting (Feel free to use your phone and neighbor as a resource)

  2. Artists of the Day: Misaki Kawai, Cinta Arribas, Mogu Takahashi, Ilka Mészely

  3. Color Theory Lesson

Video

a. color wheel

b. RGB

c. CMYK

  1. QUIZ in class (on Canvas)

  2. Worktime

Assignments:

Painting Thread and Baking Photographs (Due September 11)

Check out the class website and write that you did it on canvas!

Day 9

September 11, 2020

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  1. Starter: Look at this piece of art.

a. Describe the work

b. Write down 3 things that the piece reminds you of.

c. Does the art look finished? Why?

d. What questions do you have about it?

  1. Artists of the Day: JooYoung Choi

  2. Write about your project in your sketchbook. What is it? What was the process you made it? How does it fulfill the assignment?

  3. Critiques (concept, context, content) Get feedback from your peers using the questions in the starter

  4. Freezer Paper intro Workshop

  5. Worktime - Draw out some ideas to make on your shirt

Assignments:

Painting Thread and Baking Photographs (Due TODAY)

Check out the class website and write that you did it on canvas!

Day 10

September 15, 2020

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  1. Starter: Draw a picture of a place you don't mind waiting from memory

  2. Artists of the Day: Maren Elmont, Megan Arné, Mando Marie, Hannah Hillam, The Printed Peanut

  3. Freezer Paper Video 00:00-03:22

  4. Freezer Paper/Stencil Workshop

  5. Worktime - Cut out your stencil on freezer paper

Assignments:

Check out the class website and write that you did it on canvas!

Sketchbook assignments and starters due on September 21

Day 11

September 17, 2020

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  1. Starter: Draw a picture of some things you care about.

  2. Artists of the Day: Andy Warhol, Greg Caldwell

  3. Pop Art!

  4. Freezer Paper t-shirt printing!

  5. video

  6. Worktime!

Assignments:

Check out the class website and write that you did it on canvas!

Day 12

September 21, 2020

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  1. Starter: Write a list of things you've collected and things you want to collect (rocks, postcards, stamps, stickers, cups, books, etc)

  2. Artists of the day: Martin Parr, Dalila Sanabria, Uta Barth, Harrell Fletcher

  3. Sketchbook assignments and workshops are due today!

  4. Everyday Observations Assignment Introduction!

Watercolor artists: Nadja B, Tim Griffiths

Write down a list of things you could observe/investigate.

  1. Worktime

Assignments:

Check out the class website and write that you did it on canvas!

Day 13

September 23, 2020

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  1. Starter: Write a list of places you often visit. What objects or surroundings standout in these places?

  2. Artists of the day: Mandy Darrington, Aloe Corry, Maddison Colvin, Suzanne Jackson

  3. Watercolor Workshop

  4. Everyday Observations questions

  5. Worktime


Assignments:

Check out the class website and write that you did it on canvas!

Day 14

September 29, 2020

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  1. Starter: Draw a quick sketch of a person you know and some items you associate with that person.

  2. Artists of the day: Ainsley Romero, Clara J Koons, Lorien Stern, Audrey Hancock, Nicole Navarro

In your sketchbook write down what you noticed the artists have in common and what you can learn from them.

  1. Acrylic pin workshop

  2. Everyday Observations questions and updates

  3. Worktime


Assignments:

Check out the class website and write that you did it on canvas!

Day 15

October 1, 2020

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  1. Starter: What are your thoughts about graffiti? What about public art? Draw a picture of a wall with a message you think everyone should see

  2. Artists of the day: Justin Wheatley, Jean-Michel Basquiat

Video

In your sketchbook write down what you noticed the artists have in common and what you can learn from them.

  1. Acrylic pin workshop

  2. Everyday Observations questions and updates

  3. Worktime


Assignments:

Everyday Observations Due October 8


Day 16

October 5, 2020

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  1. Starter: Out of the following topics, pick 3 of them that stand out to you

Grief, Time, Abstraction, Translation, The sublime, materiality, practice, destruction, sound, education, ruins, The object, sexuality, work, Memory, color, light, health, spirituality, nature, ethics, comfort, play, chance, boredom, queer, rural, appropriation, situation, race, the cinematic, the everyday, the fake, Science fiction, Documentary, The magazine, The market, feminism, networks/connection, information , happiness, beauty, humor, systems, dance, failure, dreams, wearable art, language

  1. Artists of the day: Gwen Davis-Barrios, Fidalis Buehler, Art Morrill, Christopher Boffoli, Slinkachu, Tatsuya Tanaka,

In your sketchbook write down how the artists work above relates to your everyday observations

  1. Tiny People Workshop (scale)

  2. Everyday Observations questions and updates

  3. Worktime


Assignments:

Everyday Observations Due October 8

Day 17

October 7, 2020

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  1. Starter: Write a list of public places/things you could find almost anywhere (Gas station, Utility Poles, Fire Department, Garbage Cans, Bus Stations, Sidewalks)

  2. Artists of the day: Mike Silva, Daniel Everett, Lindsay Stripling, Christian Michael Filardo, Pippa Dyrlaga

  3. Who decides what art means video

  4. Tiny People Workshop (scale)

Christopher Boffoli, Slinkachu, Tatsuya Tanaka,

  1. Everyday Observations questions and updates

  2. Worktime


Assignments:

Everyday Observations Due October 8 (Tomorrow at midnight)

Day 18

October 9, 2020

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  1. Starter: Describe your everyday observations. What theme did you choose to focus on? How did this project allow you to interact with the world in a different way?

  2. Artists of the day: Kathrine Bradford, Andrea Zittel, Stefan Sagmeister, Martin Parr, Hannah Landeen, On Kawara, Tehching Hsieh

  3. Everyday Observations 2.0

Video Explanation

  1. Worktime


Assignments:

Everyday Observations 2.0

Day 19

October 13, 2020


  1. Starter: What do you know about color theory? What is the color wheel, rgb, cmyk? How did you use color theory in your everyday observations?

  2. Artists of the day: Kathrine Bradford, Andrea Zittel, Stefan Sagmeister, Martin Parr, Hannah Landeen, On Kawara, Tehching Hsieh

  3. Everyday Observations 2.0

Video Explanation

  1. Worktime


Assignments:

Everyday Observations 2.0

Day 20

October 23, 2020


  1. Starter: a. What are you doing for your Everyday Observations 2.0?

b. From taking this class, what do you think good art is?

  1. Participation Points

  2. Artists of the day: Aloe Corry, Komar and Melamid, Claire Trotignon

  3. Monotypes and Drawings

  4. Charcoal monotype transfer drawings and experimentations

  5. Work time on Everyday Observations 2.0


Assignments:

Sketchbooks Due On Monday! Submit on Canvas Video on how to submit it

Everyday Observations 2.0 Due Monday November 2, 2020

Day 21

October 27, 2020


  1. Starter: Draw a quick comic of something awkward that has happen in the last month.

Share it with a neighbor!

  1. Artists of the day: Natalie Stallings, Steven Stallings, Elora Clement, Rachel Stallings Thomander

  2. Everyday Observation 2.0 Check-ups and Questions

  3. Experimentation time!

Rule: Clean up after yourself and Make something cool to present to your peers


Assignments:

Sketchbooks Due Yesterday! Submit on Canvas Video on how to submit it

Everyday Observations 2.0 Due Monday November 2, 2020

Day 22

October 30, 2020


  1. Starter: Draw some monsters

Share it with a neighbor!

  1. Watch Ghost Guy and SpaceCat and Ghost Monster

  2. Artists of the day: Ron Linn

  3. Everyday Observation 2.0 Check-ups and Questions

  4. Paint a hiding monster in a landscape or make a monster head and take a picture of it hiding somewhere in plain sight


Assignments:

Everyday Observations 2.0 Due Monday November 2, 2020

Day 23

November 3, 2020


  1. Starter: What did you make for your everyday observations project? What did you do to extend your everyday observations? What could you do to extend it even further? Draw a picture of the 3 iterations.

  2. Artists of the day: James Talbot, Colby Sanford, Mariana A Miserável

  3. Everyday Observation 2.0!

  4. Make a stand-in for your face


Assignments:

Everyday Observations 2.0 Due TODAY

Day 24

November 6, 2020


  1. Starter: Draw something within 20 feet of you

  2. Why do artists make work about the everyday?

  3. Artists of the Day: Tom Friedman, Adehla Reed, Jen Stark

  4. Dealing with the everyday

  5. Sampuru

  6. Sculpt tiny everyday objects out of air-dry clay and paint!

Day 25

November 10, 2020


  1. Starter: Draw something that covers an entire page in your sketchbook

  2. Artists of the Day: Tom Brown

  3. Scholarship and Show opportunities

  4. Grade yourself on Everyday Observations 2.0 Rubric

  5. Update grades and work time on your tiny sculpture

Day 26

November 13, 2020


  1. Starter: Write down as many living thing you see on a daily basis

  2. Creativity is Overrated: Video

  3. Artists of the day: Thomas Thwaites Video, Eduardo Navarro

  4. Mimic

  5. Consistency

Day 27

November 17, 2020


  1. Starter: Draw a picture of the thing you have decided to mimic. (An ant, a rock, your dog, etc)

  2. Artists of the day: Ron Linn, Bas Jan Ader

  3. Make a time log in your sketchbook for the mimic assignment

  4. Write down a statement or a thought

Day 28

November 20, 2020


  1. Starter: Write down a list of fears/statements/truths

Example: I'm afraid my dad will die if you don't wear your mask

  1. What have you decided to mimic?

  2. Artists of the day: Ron Linn, Bas Jan Ader, David Shrigley

  3. Make a time log in your sketchbook for the mimic assignment

  4. Ink Workshop

Day 29

November 24, 2020


  1. Starter: How is your mimic project going?

  2. Make a plan to complete your project (ex. Set reminders in your phone)

  3. Mimic Part 1: Research

  4. Artists of the day: Kim Beck, Jason Lanegan, Mark Bradford, Yann Bagot, Yuki Kimura, Lutz Bacher

  5. Book

  6. Pages to include in your research book of the mimic project:

a. Habitat of your object

b. Facts about your object

c. Observations

d. Origins of your object

e. Samples/Pictures/Drawing of your object

f. Ideas for how to mimic the object

Day 30

December 1, 2020


  1. Starter: Pick your own artist and write down what you learned about them! Draw a page in their sketchbook something inspired by the artist you choose.

  2. Work on your mimic project in your sketchbook. Using the materials around you (Sticks, grass, pencils, food,etc.) Make some studies of the object you have chosen.

Day 31

December 4, 2020


  1. Starter: Draw 5 pairs of eyes, 5 different noses, 5 mouths, and 5 different ears (Click here for examples)

  2. Artist of the day: JooYoung Choi

  3. Follow JooYoung Choi's assignment. Make an imaginary friend that helps you with something.

  4. Character design workshop! <-- Click the link to see the google slides and some examples

  5. Design your own character keeping your mimic project in mind.

  6. Draw it from 4 different angles (Front, Side, Back, Above or Below) and 5 different emotions and expressions

Day 32

December 8, 2020


  1. Starter: Make a self portrait

  2. Artist of the day: Vincent Van Gogh, Felix Gonzalez Torres, Frida Kahlo, Chuck Close, Lucas Zanatto

  3. Watch the video on abstract expressionism -->

  4. What can a portrait be?

  5. Mimic Project! Look on canvas for instructions.

Day 33

December 11, 2020


  1. Starter: Draw the article of clothing you bought 5 times in your sketchbook and make some designs on it.

Vinyl Workshop!

Mimic Project DUE TUESDAY!

Sketchbooks DUE TUESDAY!

Day 34

December 15, 2020


  1. Starter: Starter: What has been your favorite thing we've done in this class? What artists did you like? What do you think makes a good teacher?

  2. Work on your sketchbook! Turn it in on Canvas! Due Wednesday!

Mimic Project DUE TUESDAY!

Sketchbooks DUE WEDNESDAY!