Kandinsky - he could see music. Different notes, riffs and instruments had their own color and shape. When I was in first grade our teacher gave us some paper and colored pencils and made us listen to jazz to see if we could see music like Kandinsky. I couldn't but now every time I see Kandinsky's art, I think of jazz - he was a big fan.
butterflies fly, fly away: this sort of paper cutting project with the exacto knife we were looking at last class. once again, a 3d project that pops out from the usual typicality of artwork would be so cool to encompass in our visual art 1 class. i especially like these colorful, patterned paper butterflies. they form a rainbow value scale and come out three dimensionally from a 2d book.
How to do a Visual Analysis- a 5 Step Process Infographic: It’s been my experience that students approaching a visual analysis assume that they have to find a visual artifact that is overtly controversial (like a racy lingerie ad or using teenagers to sell products) or else there is nothing to say about it. However, thousands and thousands of visual objects and images that surround us every day make statements that are worth evaluating.