|Spray Paint + White paint|
3. Artists communicate through their work.
- include personal interests
- examine important issues
What is this artwork intended to say?
What issues are you examining through your artwork?
How is this artwork about who you are or what you like?
My artwork is supposed to express three different meanings. One meaning is that this is literally a fowl ball, “it’s a bird…”. Next meaning is that the ball is a foul, it is out of bounds and doesn’t count. The final concept is that since the ball is out of bounds, it’s in a foul mood. This art work does not have much to do with me but I believe this artwork demonstrates the challenges that people go through trying to learn English. These three words sound the same and look pretty close but have three totally different meanings, which could be pretty confusing to understand at a base ball game! Imagine a conversation… “Oh look, another foul! Common! Hit it away from the line for once!!” …someone could think that you are talking about a bird!
6. Artists solve problems.
- try alternative solutions
- use mistakes as learning opportunities
How did you respond to challenges that occurred as you worked?
Did your work take an unexpected turn due to a mistake or did something happen that was unplanned?
|Spray Painted white line|
7. Artists reflect.
- analyze work and process
When did you step back and analyze you work during this project?
|Glue+Sand= first base|