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Thursday, February 14, 2008

color harmony

One of the projects I give my students is one that teaches them to use three basic color harmonies, viz., monochromatic (use of different shades of one color), analogous (related colors), and complementary colors (colors lying opposite each other in the color wheel). What I do is let the students choose their own theme, their own medium which they are most comfortable with minimizing my control over their form of expression. Anyway, here are some of the works they produced.

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Blogger ipanema said...

wow, you've taught them well. i love 273 the most. but they're all talented!

12:13 AM  
Blogger cbs said...

may sarili nga silang identity pero di maikakaila, bossing, na anlakas ng influence mo sa mga bata. yung huling artist, nakow, bossing titorolly jr yun paglaki (unless babae sya, wehehe).

1:44 AM  
Blogger Panaderos said...

Hi Rolly,

Very nice pieces of work. How old are your students if you won't mind my asking?

4:06 AM  
Blogger watson said...

how come I didn't have classes like this when I was a student?

6:16 PM  
Blogger BatJay said...

great stuff. sayang, di kita naging teacher nung studyante ako. siguro naging mas leaned ako towards a career in the arts.

1:52 AM  
Blogger Miki said...

hehe, i kind of miss grade school art classes. nice works. :)

10:49 AM  
Blogger rolly said...

ipanema Thanks. That's nice to hear.

cbs I don't know about that. I don't think any of my students have seen my works except those who have visited my blog.

panaderos These are first year high school. About 14 and 15 yrs. old

watson baka hindi pa ko nagtuturo nun bwahahaha

natjay Kung naging student kita, marami sana kong natutunan sayo.

miki I know many doctors, my nephew included, who used the arts for their past time.

3:11 PM  
Anonymous Dexter said...

hello my friend,
ang name ng barko na sinakyan ko ngayon ay hango sa french painter na si paul gauguin, how do you like his paintings?

7:21 PM  
Anonymous bugsybee said...

Ang ganda!

Congratulations, Tito Rolly ... this just shows what you have accomplished as an arts teacher.d

7:47 PM  
Blogger Auee said...

Very impressive. You're so proud of their work 'no? And you should, you taught them well. I can't believe these are by freshmen high school kids.

7:14 PM  
Blogger rolly said...

dexter yes, I liked Gauguin's works. Mga polynesian women. He used to live with van Gogh.

bugsy I just let my students do what they want. My input is the use of the color harmonies. Sana matandaan nila.

auee long time no see ah. I've been visiting your blog for updates but it seems like you were on hiatus for a while. Nice to see you again.

7:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i like the 2nd one most! they're all talented kids.

2:56 AM  
Anonymous palma tayona said...

i stumbled upon your blog through that of the failed misanthrope's while surfing online for art projects. i am supposed to come up with an art workshop module for summer that would last for eight days. i have been researching for the past two days and then i realized, how much difficult it can be - to teach. geesh, you can't simply pull it out of a hat. it takes a gazillion gallons of careful thought and planning.

haaaay, it's such a headache to even think about it. i wonder how art teachers like you managed through the years?

i suppose being an art teacher is a totally different world from being a practicing artist. i just scratch my head. oh well, back to my searching.

7:18 AM  
Blogger rolly said...

palma tayona Welcome to my blog. Saw your artworks in your page and I like them. What age level will you be holding the workshop for?

It's easier to be an artist than a teacher, I tell you.

9:17 AM  

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