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Present and analyse work of your chosen Artists in relations to

FRAGMENTS
Respond to their works/ Interpret their style in own work from
primary sources
I can demonstrate I can present in an organized I can show clear connections to
mark making in an fashion and add own opinions in other artists in my own responses
emerging competent my annotation. I show mark and I can demonstrate mark
style. Some keywords making confidently
making in a competent style
will be included in
annotation
Literacy Objective: Learn the keywords
Keywords:
Form: looking at the formal elements of an artwork.
Content: is the subject of a piece of work.
Context: how the work relates to a particular time, place, culture
and society in which it was produced.
Process: studying how the work was made and what techniques were used.
Mood: how the artist has created a certain atmosphere or feeling.
Learning Outcome:
All students will analyse artist work.
Context: This refers to how the work relates to a particular Content: is the subject of a piece of work.
time, place, culture and society in which it was What is it? What is it about? What is happening?
produced. Is it a portrait? A landscape? Abstract?
When was it made? What does the work represent?
Where was it made? The title - what does the artist call the work?
Who made it? Does the title change the way we see the work?
Who was the work made for?
Is it a realistic depiction?
Have any parts been exaggerated or distorted? If so,
What do you know about the artist? why?
How does the work relate to other art of the time? What is the theme of the work?
Does the work relate to the social or political history of the What message does the work communicate?
time?
Can you link it to other arts of the period, such as film, music
or literature?
Does the work relate to other areas of knowledge, such as Process: Looking at process means studying how
science or geography? the work was made and what techniques
were used.
What materials and tools were used to make the
piece?
Form: This means looking at the formal elements of an
artwork. What is the evidence for this?
What is the medium of the work?
What colours does the artist use? Why?
How is colour organised? Mood: means looking at how the artist has
What kind of shapes or forms can you find? created a certain atmosphere or feeling.
What kind of marks or techniques does the artist use? How does the work make you feel?
What is the surface like? Why do you think you feel like this?
What kinds of textures can you see? Does the colour, texture, form or theme of the
How big is the work? work affect your mood?
Does the work create an atmosphere?
Robert Pelles/Filomena Broot
Andrey Syaylev
Jason Mecier - Jobs
Ian Murphy
Chuck Close
Cherry Ksyss
Wassily Kandinsky
Robert Rauschenberg

language.
through visual
EFRAGMENTS
word
LO: To explore the
What kind of fragments do you see in this picture?

• What kind of art is it? (drawing, painting, sculpture, printing, photography)

• How do you feel about this work?

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