Primary Action Line
Gesture Lines show the figure in action
Straight vs. curved lines
Practice drawing butternut squash
Torso Center Lines & landmarks
“There is no beauty, if it doesn’t show some of the terribleness of life.”
“I’m not good at making pretty things,” she confessed in a recent interview – instead she loads her paintings with the macabre, sublime truth of the human condition.
"We still have to work hard to eliminate discrimination-a common practice that remains worldwide, and will not disappear by itself". -Angelica Dass
"Humanae is a place without
Corner Canyon High School- AP Art
Shelley Elementary School- 1st-6th grades
Resources for teachers
Questions social and historical narratives with his work, creating unexpected connections between objects and pushing the viewer to really think about what he’s communicating. He recontextualizes museum artifacts, putting new emphasis on what we often overlook in our society. He challenges traditional views on history, race, and culture through his artwork and strikes a conversation about how the telling of history impacts the way we think.
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"Part of my agenda with this work is to transform the space of the museum by bringing this African American community into that space, and make it a place where they belong".
"photographing not just the present, but the weight of the past and the passage of time".
Nathaniel Mary Quinn Confronts Racial Bias in New Composite Portraits:
Teacher as Artist in Residence
Art on my mind by bell hooks
Engaging Minds by Brent Davis, Dennis Sumara, and Rebecca Luce-Kapler
Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire
Art as Therapy
Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education
Culturally Responsive Teaching & Diversity
The New Kids
For the Elementary Art Room
The Colors We Share by Angelica Dass
For the High School Art Room
Wicked Arts Assignments: Practising Creativity in Contemporary Arts education
Hidden Layers- book of women graphic designers. stauneyhansen.cargo.site
Kerry James Marshall