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  • 1. KS3 Art Project book Year 7HundertwasserName__________________________________________________________________________________________________Group______________________________________________Teacher _____________________________________________CurrentLevelTargetLevel
  • 2. Friedrich Hundertwasser was born in 1928 in Vienna.He died in 2000 on his way from New Zealand to Europe onboard the Queen Elizabeth 2.Hundertwasser was a Painter, architect, ecologist andvisionary.Hundertwasseronce said, “ Beauty is Panacea”.Which means a remedy for all diseases, evils, or difficulties.Hundertwasser liked Dark Brightcolours. What are your favouritecolours?_________________________________________________Hundertwasser noted that thereare no straight lines in nature andmany of his paintings depictedspirals which he saw everywhere.List 3 things in nature which havespirals._________________________________________________________________________________
  • 3. Lollipop TreesHundertwasser often depicted trees likelollipops.Design a picture of trees in the style ofHundertwasser in the box below.
  • 4. For Hundertwasser man hasthree skins.Skin 1 The natural epidermis (skin) Skin 2 Clothes Skin 3 HouseThe First Skin.The body keeps everything together and is the part whicheverybody can see.All living creatures have a skin.The skin is suitable for the creature depending on how and whereit lives.Look at the pictures below. What type of skin does each have andwhy is it suitable?____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  • 5. The Second Skin.Our Clothes.Hundertwasser did not like how people all dressed thesame . How fashion dictated what people wore and feltthat each person should dress with an individual style.Use your imagination. Put out of your mind todays fashion trendsand design a newwardrobe for yourself.Think about colours shapes and patterns that you like. Will you mixand match, bright or subdued.To improve my work today Icould?
  • 6. The Third skin.Your HomeHundertwasser considered the third skin to be our homes. Theouter covering of our private living space.He hated the straight lines and conformity of buildings andthought that the outside of our houses should represent thepeople living inside them.Cure this sick block of flats.Look at the shapes patterns and colours of Hundertwassersbuildings. Can you show nature in the building too? Draw andcolour on top of the building.
  • 7. WindowRightPeople cannot all afford to build their ownhouses to their own specification. Or changea block of flats. Hundertwasser thought it wasimportant though to show that unique peoplelived behind every window of a property, anddemanded that everyone should have theright to design the area around their windowthemselves.Design your own window. Paint it, growflowers, put a frame around it , mosaicit, put chains on it, give it a hat and soon…..
  • 8. Evaluation• Look back over your work- list 10words that you think should bekeywords for this project:Make notes about what you like and dislike aboutHundertwassers art work.
  • 9. EXPLORE AND CREATE UNDERSTAND AND EVALUATELEVEL3 I researchinformationI use at least 3art materialsI make art fordifferentreasonsI comment onwhat I canimprove in myartworkI comment onmine andothers artworkEvidenceLEVEL4 I developpractical skillswhen makingartI use a rangeof materialsI controlmaterials tosuit my aimsI describe howI can improvemy workI discuss mineand othersartworkI compare andcomment onartEvidenceLEVEL5 I chooseinformation todevelop myworkI use materialswith skill andcontrolI take riskswhen makingartI change andimprove myworkI evaluatemine andothers workI consider anddiscuss howart is madeEvidenceLEVEL6 I work on myown andexplore newideasI use a rangeof materials tomake artI apply myskills to suitmy ideasI use mymeanings andresearch tohelp my ownartI look at artfrom differenttimes andculturesI understandmeanings inartworkEvidenceLEVEL7 I developimaginativeworkI showconfident useof artmaterialsI take creativerisks whenmaking artI explain howother peoplesworkinfluences myown work.I analyse mineand othersworkI understandand explainmeanings inartworkEvidenceLook at your work which you havecarried out in this booklet. Look at theassessment criteria below. Highlight andnote evidence where you have achievedeach criteria.SelfAssessmentSelf Assessment Teacher Assessment
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