2. Assignment Choose an animal you believe to be wild like the Fauves (this can also be a person!) Use texture to show how the animal or person feels (furry, slimy, scaly, etc.) Paint using bright, vivid colors like the Fauves. Show your brush strokes Dont be afraid to exaggerate; remember, the Fauves often portrayed things the way THEY saw them as individuals (subjectively) Try to focus on the FACE!
3. Gisele; Kees van Dongen; 1908; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
4. Henri Matisse; Andre Derain; 1905; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
5. Portrait of a Woman; Kees van Dongen; 1909; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
6. Portrait of a Woman; Kees van Dongen; Fauvism; Oil on Canvas
7. Portrait of Madame Matisse (The Green Line); Henri Matisse; 1905; Fauvism; Oil and Tempera on Canvas
8. Woman with a Hat, Henri Matisse, 1905, Fauvism, Oil on Canvas
32. OTMS Student Example: Humane Society Fundraiser
33. My Example: Wild Animal Sanctuary Fundraiser
34. My Example: Wild Animal Sanctuary Fundraiser
35. My Example: Sketch
36. My Example: Longmont Humane Society Fundraiser
37. Advocacy Note: If you want to use your painting to advocate for an animal in the manner of Ron Burns, talk to Ms. LeSage and we can: Put a link on your painting for viewers to adopt an animal (like at the Wild Animal Sanctuary) Put a link on your painting to show viewers your animals story (to help encourage adoption to a good home) These links will appear both on Artsonia as well as in the OTMS Spring Art Show!