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Collection

Work

Quote

Intentions

Create

Think

Example

Videos

Material

Summary

Practice the basics

Expose

Theme

Appreciate

PRePARATION

INTeGRATION

Introduction

Creation

Celebrate!

JEAN PAUL'S QUOTE "When I hesitate, I can't paint. When I paint, I never hesitate." Guy Robert, Riopelle chasseur d’images, Montréal, Éditions France-Amérique, 1981, p. 272. LEARN MORE +

FREEDOM COLLECTION This collection gathers works and photos of archives around the theme of FREEDOM. LEARN MORE +

POINT DE RENCONTRE - QUINTETTE Jean Paul Riopelle, Point de rencontre - Quintette, oil on canvas, 428 x 564 cm, polyptych 5 pannels (1963) © Estate of Jean Paul Riopelle / SOCAN (2022) LEARN MORE +

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INTENTIONS

  • Become acquainted with the work of Jean Paul Riopelle through the theme of freedom;
  • Develop an ability to appreciate works of art;
  • Develop an ability to create;
  • Experiment with painting techniques.
  • To appropriate the disciplinary vocabulary.
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PROJECT SUMMARY Create a painting with an all over composition by painting with spontaneous gestures. LEARN MORE + .

MATERIAL

  • Sketchbook
  • Pencils
  • Eraser
  • Large format rigid white cardboard
  • Recycled cardboard, like an old box
  • Liquid white glue
  • Acrylic paint (yellow, blue, red, white and black) or Semi-liquid gouache (yellow, blue, red, white and black) + corn starch (half as much corn starch as you have semi-liquid gouache)
  • Containers with covers to prepare the thickened gouache recipe
  • Square brushes
  • Painting knives (spatulas) or other tools or recycled materials that can be used to spread paint
  • Containers for applying paint
  • Matte water-based polymer varnish
  • Black and white photocopies (tabloid format) of images from Google Maps showing aerial views of an area near your school that features a body of water
  • Plastic tablecloth to protect the tables
  • Sink with running water
  • Internet access
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EXAMPLE

CREATE

  • Create an all-over painting.
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PRACTICE THE BASICS Exercises to experiment with impasto techniques (in which paint is applied thickly), as well as many other gestures. LEARN MORE +

APPRECIATE

  • On paper
  • By playing the art appreciation game online
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VIDEOS

  • 1 - RIOPELLE, A CHILD COMING INTO HIS OWN
  • 4 - FREEDOM
  • 12 - ALL OVER PAINTING

THINKING

  • Observe your creation;
  • Fill out the Integration Sheet.
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EXPOSE IN RIO GALLERY LEARN MORE +

FREEDOM Freedom can be defined as the ability to live without constraints, without having to submit to anyone else’s authority. To be free is to be autonomous; it’s having the ability to make choices. LEARN MORE +

CELEBRATE! To celebrate the end of the project, enjoy playing around with the creative game AN AMUSING REBUS. LEARN MORE +