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David Hockney's Secret Knowledge in Google Classroom

David Hockney's Secret Knowledge

Fill out the google form based on David Hockney's documentary Secret Knowledge.
Created by Mark Fiske: Thursday, February 2 9:24 AM

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Breadth (Independent Project) in Google Classroom

Breadth (Independent Project)

Students will create an original work of art that is based upon an initial evaluation of content and purpose. (Subject/Theme)
Student has media choice.
Created by Mark Fiske: Tuesday, December 6 2:24 PM

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Bell Ringer - Winter Wonderland in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer - Winter Wonderland

Bell Ringer - Sketch, doodle, design a winter wonderland for this weeks bell ringer.  When you complete the sketch be sure to document your work and attach it to this assignment and  click TURN IN.
Created by Mark Fiske: Monday, December 5 2:51 PM

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Bell Ringer - A Narwhal in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer - A Narwhal

Bell Ringer - Sketch, doodle, design a narwhal for this weeks bell ringer.  When you complete the sketch be sure to document your work and attach it to this assignment and  click TURN IN.
Created by Mark Fiske: Monday, November 28 9:39 AM

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Bell Ringer - Thankful in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer - Thankful

Sketch, doodle, design and idea that represents something you are thankful for.
Created by Mark Fiske: Monday, November 14 3:40 PM

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Bell Ringer - Free Draw in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer - Free Draw

Sketch, doodle, design anything you would like this week for our bell ringer.  Be sure to document, upload, and TURN IN at the end of the week.
Created by Mark Fiske: Monday, October 31 6:02 PM

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Bell Ringer - Halloween Costume in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer - Halloween Costume

Sketch, doodle, or design a Halloween Costume. This could be your actual costume for this year or just an idea for one.  After you complete your sketch be sure to document your work and attach the image and TURN IN.
Created by Mark Fiske: Monday, October 24 1:18 PM

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Bell Ringer- Goodbyes in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer- Goodbyes

Sketch and design something that reminds you of goodbyes. This could be a happy goodbye, like sending a sibling away to college. This could be a sad goodbye, like the loss of a pet. This could be a Midwestern goodbye, where you're begging your parent to leave a family gathering because they won't stop saying goodbye to everybody.
Created by Mark Fiske: Monday, October 10 11:47 AM

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Bell Ringer- Free Draw in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer- Free Draw

This weeks bell ringer is a free draw. You get to decide what to draw/sketch/doodle/design.  Have fun and be creative!
Created by Mark Fiske: Monday, October 3 10:29 AM

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Painting 2- Art Description Google Form in Google Classroom

Painting 2- Art Description Google Form

Link below. Use exciting adjectives and the unit vocab words. Should be at least 3-5 sentences. Once you complete the form, respond with "Yes."
Created by Mark Fiske: Friday, September 23 8:32 AM

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Bell Ringer- Glitz an Glamour in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer- Glitz an Glamour

Leaning into the theme of Homecoming Week, sketch out a design for Glitz and Glamour. What or who do you think is glamorous?
Created by Mark Fiske: Monday, September 26 8:58 AM

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Painting 1- Art Description Google Form in Google Classroom

Painting 1- Art Description Google Form

Link below. Use exciting adjectives and the unit vocab words. Should be at least 3-5 sentences. Once you complete the form, respond with "Yes."
Created by Mark Fiske: Wednesday, September 21 12:58 PM

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Bell Ringer- Childhood in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer- Childhood

Sketch out a design that reminds you of a positive childhood memory. Think back to your childhood hobbies, tv shows, books, family stories, etc.
Created by Mark Fiske: Monday, September 19 9:43 AM

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Bell Ringer- Feeling Fall in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer- Feeling Fall

Sketch out a design that screams "Fall" to you. How does the fall season make you feel?
Created by Mark Fiske: Monday, September 12 11:44 AM

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Handmade Sketchbook in Google Classroom

Handmade Sketchbook

After you create your handmade sketchbook by following along with the instructional video on the Stream, you will create a custom cover.  You may use any medium/materials you would like to create your cover. (You can also customize the back cover too but that is optional) Once your sketchbook is complete with the custom cover design, you will take a picture of your work and attach it to this assignment page and TURN IN.
Created by Mark Fiske: Thursday, September 8 2:54 PM

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Da Vinci Device in Google Classroom

Da Vinci Device

"It is not to be despised, in my opinion, if, after gazing fixedly at the spot on the wall, the coals in the grate, the clouds, the flowing stream, one remembers some of their aspects; and if you look at them carefully you will discover some quite admirable inventions. Of these the genius of the painter may take full advantage, to compose battles of animals and of men, of landscapes or monsters, of devils and other fantastic things." Leonardo da Vinci


Pareidolia - the tendency to perceive a specific, often meaningful image in a random or ambiguous visual pattern.


Your objective in this creative challenge to start the year is to perceive some image in the random coffee stained paper and draw into that stain using your creative imagination.  Feel free to use a variety of media. (i.e. watercolor, pencil, colored pencil, etc.)


When you are finished...Document (take a picture of your work) and Turn In.
Created by Mark Fiske: Monday, August 22 12:56 PM

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Neurographic Doodling in Google Classroom

Neurographic Doodling

Intuitive scribble - Think of a challenge you are having or an emotion you are feeling. Put your pen on the edge of your paper. Thinking of this word, draw freely for 5-10 seconds. Your feelings are in control of the mark you’re making. (If your line ends in the middle of the page, pull it off an edge.) 

Transformation - Look for all the intersections of lines. Soften the sharp edges and angles by rounding the intersections with your pen. This part should be  meditative and calming. It will take your mind off your problem.

Integration - Now add more overlapping shapes. You are in control here. You can add overlapping organic shapes or trace geometric shapes on top for contrast. When you are done adding, you will need to transform the new intersections like you did before (rounding each corner).

Color - Finish by adding color or pattern to your artwork. This will create balance, rhythm, and unity. Everything working together in harmony.
Created by Mark Fiske: Friday, August 19 12:47 PM