Kandinsky, Music and YOU
In order to write our artist statement, let's answer some questions below. This will help you pull it all together.
List the Title, Size, Medium, and Year of this drawing.
Not in Complete Sentences... just the title. Does it HAVE to be the same as the song? NO! Can it be? Sure. An Example... "Blue and Black Composition," 18" x 24", Oil Pastel on Paper, 2015.
What is the title of the song you based it on and who is the artist / band?
This one IS in complete sentences... In fact, all the answers are form this point forward.
What is the URL for the YouTube video of your song?
Go find it on YouTube, copy it and paste it below.
Of the three STYLES (Impression, Improvisation, or Composition) and COMPOSITIONAL APPROACHES (Melodic [Simple] or Symphonic [Complex])that Wassily Kandinsky used in his paintings, which style did you choose to use? In 2 - 3 sentences, describe how your work is similar to Kandinsky's particular style.
Looking at your color scheme... which color scheme did you use (and describe the colors that you used)?
In 3 - 5 sentences, describe how your ideas of color are the same as or different than Kandinsky's color theory and WHY you used them the way you did in your drawing.
Considering the PRINCIPLES of DESIGN, describe in 4 - 6 sentences how you came up with the composition that you did (how it relates to the music you listened to). Be specific and offer examples from the song and the draing.
Principles include: Principles: Balance, Contrast, Emphasis, Movement, Pattern, Rhythm, Unity
Summarize the artwork's success. DO NOT USE THE WORDS "I Like." Begin with, "The successes of this work are..." or something similar.
You may also choose to discuss a few things thatyou learned about Kandinsky, Composition, Yourself, Oil Pastels, or something COMPLETELY different.
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