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How do you feel today ? What (colour) mood are you in? Hi, MYP 1 class,

Colours speak ! :

C o l o u r s speak ! Colours have meaning. Colours can represent feelings. Colours can influence your mood.

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So, come with me, and let’s explore the world of colour

Ooops, what’s happening now?:

Ooops, what’s happening now? Do we have a Black Out, or what? No, I just like to talk about BLACK . It makes me ……..

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SO SAD ! Wait, I hear some noise, can you hear it too?

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Here it comes! It’s so dark, I am scared!

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Black is scary, or makes people sad, but in art you can do great things with it! For example, if you want to create a strong contrast .

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WHITE Black is the opposite of

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Believe it or not, this is a very famous painting!

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Robert Rauschenberg, in front of his “ White Painting” (1951) And here you see the artist! He was a well known and accepted modern American artist, his work is exhibited in the biggest art galleries in the world [– and he made lots of money with his paintings!]. 1925 - 2008

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And here is something for the girls……….. do you see yourself in a white gown one day? White is the absence of colour, - but isn’t it beautiful? Fresh, clear, untouched…… White also reminds me of……….

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ICE and ……

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….. SNOW. It’s freezing cold, isn’t it? But it’s still better than rainy and…

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Grey

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Claude Monet, Rainy Day

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How does this make you feel?

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No one likes grey. However, you can use it in many ways when creating art!                                           Ben Nicholson, 1934 (relief) , Tate Museum, London In the 1930s, he made shallow reliefs in which areas of different depths define actual space. In the most radical of these, colour was reduced to just white or grey to achieve a sense of purity.

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And what about the Grey Scale, you should use when drawing? Shading and using various values of grey is an important skill to learn for a developing artist like you! Does this remind you of your weekly homework? Same old BLUES

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Are you feeling blue?

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Picasso, “The Tragedy” Have a look at this famous painting! What do you think this family might have been through? By the way, how do we call a colour scheme using tints, shades and tones of just ONE colour?

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Are you paying attention ? What are we talking about?

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Yes, about ….. He didn’t call since last week

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We can’t be sad for too long, so let’s stop the BLUES!

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It’s time to RELAX! So let’s explore GREEN

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Some people associate Green with jealousy.

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But green also reminds us of nature - of our environment So, come with me, let’s go for a walk…….

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How do you feel now, in all that beautiful green? What is that noise?

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I’m surely not alone here!

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Hi! And bye! I’m getting out of here! I can see a lovely place right over there……

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That place looks like a painting of Claude Monet, who is one of the most famous IMPRESSIONIST.

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I can see so many beautiful colours here, for example the happy colour ……

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YELLOW

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Yellow is the colour of the sun – the colour of happiness and hope

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Do you know this painting? Who did it?

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That’s right, the same painter who did this one: Vincent Van Gogh The Yellow House

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Wow! Yellow is beautiful.

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And what about orange ?

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Painting by Georgia O’Keefe

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Painting by Mark Rothko

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Mark Rothko, Colour Fields

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Orange is exciting!

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And so is

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What does this remind you of?

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Here is another beautiful painting of Georgia O’ Keeffe.

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More art in Red: Henri Matisse, Red Room

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It’s HOT in here.

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There is one colour left, and that is: Purple

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I love Purple

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Painting of the not so famous artist Carla Hinds

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