Saturday, January 29, 2011
Here are some arresting images of colour used to revisit established images.
An accomplished artist and teacher, Renee Van Halm reworked a famous Canadian Painter... check out Knowledge Network's short videos at http://www.knowledge.ca/program/cartographies-shorts , and choose the one with the graphic that looks like the top one above.
Next are two cool images from arthurbuston.blogspot.com found via boingboing.net. Not Canadian nor student work, but just cool. In one of them he analyzed the five most predominant colours from some Van Gogh paintings and presented their predominance in pie charts. Visual Analytics meets art.
Sunday, January 9, 2011
Here's the cover art for the British Columbia Secondary Schools’
2011 Earth Day Art Show and Competition. This powerful image is uncredited, but it comes from one of the three documents describing the contest... oh, this just in... the artist is Grade Twelver Brooke Thomas. We're not sure which school, but likely in Surrey, BC based on the link...
Your teacher has to register your intention to compete by January 28th, then the art must be delivered in Surrey by March 11th. Your process must be documented and seems to be important for the judging. Since that makes for a big project, may we suggest integrating your research efforts with that of other school assignments?