# Color Wheel Mobile. Subject: Visual Art and Math. Grade Level: 7

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1 Color Wheel Mobile Subject: Visual Art and Math Grade Level: 7 Standards Alignment: Visual Arts Standard: Creative Expression and Communication Benchmark A: Apply knowledge of materials, tools, media, techniques and processes to communicate subject matter, themes or ideas in a variety of visual forms. Indicator: 1 Demonstrate a variety of techniques to create the illusion of depth. Benchmark B: Create two- and three-dimensional original artwork that demonstrates personal visual expression and communication. Indicator: 2 Apply the principles of design to construct a three-dimensional piece of artwork. 3. Use a variety of sources to generate original ideas for art making. Benchmark E: Identify and explain reasons to support artistic decisions in the creation of art work. Indicator: 7. Identify and defend artistic decisions using appropriate visual art vocabulary. Standard: Analyzing and Responding Benchmark C: Establish and use criteria for making judgments about works of art. Indicator: 4. Develop and use criteria to guide their reflections on a body of their own artworks. Standard: Historical, Cultural and Social Contexts Benchmark D: Research culturally or historically significant works of art and discuss their roles in society, history, culture or politics. Indicator: 6. Create a visual product that reflects current, cultural influences. Math Standard: Geometry and Spatial Sense Standard Benchmark: Characteristics and Properties Indicator: 6. Determine and use scale factors for similar figures to solve problems using proportional reasoning. Standard: Measurement Benchmark: Use Measurement Techniques and Tools 70

2 Indicator: 4. Solve problems involving proportional relationships and scale factors; e.g., scale models that require unit conversions within the same measurement system. Description: Students will be introduced to the art of Alexander Calder and then create a mobile displaying the color wheel with primary, secondary and tertiary colors. Components of the mobile will show tints and shades, warm and cool colors, complementary, analogous and triadic color schemes. Students will use math concepts and geometric designs within the components of the mobile. Taken From: The GeoArt Workbook: Conceptualizing in Three Dimensions: Chapter 3. Duration: seven 40 minute class sessions Vocabulary See attachments Objective: Students will be able to utilize math concepts to share knowledge of color through an individually designed mobile. Procedure: 1. Assess prior knowledge of color wheel. (color wheel pre-test) 2. Gather miscellaneous materials including discarded CDs to create mobiles. 3. Introduce artwork of Alexander Calder through notes and Calder Foundation website. 4. Discuss different types of Calder mobiles. 5. Pass out compasses, pencils, CD s and paper. 6. Assist students in determining what size circle students will need to create to cover CD. Make a circle on the paper. 7. Demonstrate how to make a six-pointed star in the circle. (The GeoArt Workbook, Chapter 3, pages ) 8. Lead students in the creation of a color wheel in the equilateral triangles within the six pointed star. 9. Instruct students to create five other circle shapes with proportional relationships. 10. Demonstrate how to create a circle flower in each of the five circles. (The GeoArt Workbook, Chapter 3, pages 37-40) 11. Make hexagons in four of the five circle flowers. Create diameter lines to create equilateral triangles. 12. Create a mobile component displaying the warm colors in the circle with just the circle flower. (See diagram in teacher handout.) 71

3 13. Create remaining mobile components displaying tints and shades, complimentary, triadic and analogous color schemes. (See teacher handout.) 72

4 14. Use the components to create a mobile reflecting the influence of the introduction of the artist Alexander Calder. Below Basic: Have circles with proportional relationships made up ahead of time. Have students create one circle flower and have dittos prepared with the remaining circle flowers already created. Have students create hexagons and diameter lines on the dittos. Have ditto copies labeled with each section marked as to what color goes in that section. Gifted and Talented: Have students create color wheel on CD as per lesson plan. Have them create one of the remaining five components as a circle with a proportional relationship. Have students choose two other shapes to create the remaining four components. These shapes should be pairs of proportional shapes. Assignments: Students will complete a reflection of the lesson plan covering challenging points and successes. Supplies: Discarded CDs (holes pre-drilled) Paper Rubber Cement Compass Pencils Rulers Scissors Paint, colored pencils or watercolor pencils to color components Materials such as wire: cardboard, wooden skewers, dowel rods, string, ribbon, to create mobiles Color wheel pretest Internet Access/Projector Calder handout Calder Foundation website ( Link Related Materials: Famous Artists The GeoArt Workbook Chapter 3 Calder Foundation website ( Assessment: Students will create a mobile with color wheel and related color information with 80% accuracy. Attachments: Teacher Handout Color Pretest & Answer Sheet Calder handout Vocabulary Sheet Author: Kathy Guidone - Louisville City Schools, Louisville Middle School 73

5 Name Color Pretest 1. What are the primary colors? 2. What are secondary colors and how are they made? 3. What are tertiary colors? 4. What is the difference between warm and cool colors? 5. Name three types of color schemes. 74

6 Color Pretest Answer Sheet 1. What are the primary colors? The primary colors are red, yellow and blue. 2. What are secondary colors and how are they made? The secondary colors are green, orange and violet. They are made by mixing two primary colors. 3. What are tertiary colors? The tertiary colors are red-violet, blue-violet, yellow-green, yellow-orange, redorange and blue-green. 4. What is the difference between warm and cool colors? Warm colors include yellow, orange, and red and appear to come towards the viewer. Cool colors include blue, green and violet and appear to move away from the viewer. 5. Name three types of color schemes. Three types of color schemes are Complementary, Analogous and Triadic. 75

7 Alexander Calder ( ) Alexander Calder was born to a family of classically trained artists. As a child, Calder liked to collect scraps of all kinds. He loved to make contraptions out of his scraps. As a child, he had typical childhood interests. Upon completing high school, he continued his education and graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering. At twenty four, he began taking art lessons. Calder changed the course of modern art by developing a new method of sculpting: by bending and twisting wire. In the fall of 1931, Calder created his first kinetic sculpture. A kinetic sculpture is a type of art that contains moving parts. These first sculptures moved by cranks and motors and were named mobiles by Marchel Duchamp, another famous artist. Calder gave up using cranks and motors when he realized that he could make mobiles that would move on their own with the air s currents. He continued the idea of mobiles in his creation of jewelry. Alexander Calder created other types of sculptures that were not kinetic. A French painter and friend, Jean Arp, named these sculptures stabiles. In addition to these sculptures, Calder experimented with free-form drawing, and paintings. In his later years, Calder concentrated on large-scale commissioned works of art. 76

8 Vocabulary Sheet Math Terms Diameter lines - lines that go through the center of a circle Equilateral Triangle - a triangle with equal sides and angles Hexagon - a polygon with six angles and six sides Proportional Reasoning - reducing or enlarging based on a constant ratio Ratio - the relationship in quantity, amount, or size between two or more things Art Terms Analogous Color Scheme- Colors that are beside each other on the color wheel and share a common color Color Set Grouping colors based on how they are made Color Scheme - A way to organize colors Complementary Colors Colors that are directly opposite each other on the color wheel Cool Colors Colors that include blue, green and violet and appear to move away from the viewer Primary Basic set of colors: red, yellow and blue. They can not be made by mixing any other colors. They appear naturally in nature. Secondary - A second set of colors that are created by mixing equal parts of two primary colors. They secondary colors are orange, violet and green. Shades A darker version of a color made by mixing black with a color Tints - A lighter version of a color by mixing white with a color Tertiary - A third set of colors made by mixing equal parts of one primary and one secondary color. The tertiary colors are: yellow-orange, yellow-green, redorange, red-violet, blue-green and blue-violet. Triadic (Split Complementary) Color Scheme A color and the two colors on either side of that color's complement Warm Colors Colors that include red, yellow and orange and appear to move towards the viewer. 77

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10 Color Wheel CD Warm/Cool Circle Triadic Color Wheel Analogous 79

11 Complementary Tints and Shades Examples of finished mobiles 80

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