Jean DuBuffet - Paintings

In this lesson you will learn about artist Jean DuBuffet, and you will create a painting in Jean DuBuffet's style.

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    Copy the Vocabulary Into Your sketchbook

    The vocabulary can go into your sketchbook OR notebook. Wherever it is easier for you to remember where the vocabulary is. It should also be easy to get to and organized. You will need your notes for a worksheet we will fill out later.

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    View at least 4 pieces of Jean DuBuffet's art

    View at least 4 pieces of Jean DuBuffet's art and choose a favorite. Be prepared to talk about it.

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    Watch the video below

    This is what we will be doing in class. Click on the blue link below this blue box and watch the video. Be prepared to discuss.

Paul DuBuffet Vocabulary

Cool Colors-The phrase used to describe any color that is calm or soothing in nature. Cool colors are not overpowering and tend to recede in space. Examples of cool colors include white, gray, blue and green (think calming blue waters). Contrast with warm colors.

Warm Colors-The phrase used to describe any color that is vivid or bold in nature. Warm colors are those that tend to advance in space and can be overwhelming. Examples of warm colors include red and orange (think exciting fire and volcanoes). Contrast with cool colors.

Good Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jFbFXYeqb0

Color Wheel- a circle with different colored sectors used to show the relationship between colors.

Texture-texture-how something feels or looks like it would feel if it were touched.

2D, implied or visual texture

3D, real; it can be touched or felt