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Abstract/Non-Objective Acrylic Painting 
Students will learn the difference betwen realistic, abstract, and non-objective art. Students will do an example of acrylic techniques. Students will create an acrylic abstract or non-objective painting using a variety of techniques and instructional steps.
Rubric Code: D2257BX
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Subject: Arts and Design  
Type: Project  
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Powered by iRubric Acrylic Painting
  Level 1

1 pts

Level 2

2 pts

Level 3

3 pts

Level 4

4 pts

Level 5

5 pts

Skill

Composition
Balance
Use of Principles of Design

Level 1

The piece shows little or no evidence of original thought. There are no preliminary thumnails or sketches for composition.
Level 2

The piece shows little evidence of original thought. There are mimimal attempts at preliminary thumnails or sketches for composition. The composition is weak.
Level 3

The student's work lacked sincere originality. <BR>
There are attempts at thumbnails or sketches but they do not show adequate problem-solving efforts for composition. The composition could be improved upon with more effort.
Level 4

The student's work demonstrates originality. The student has created several sketches or thumbnails in an effort to work though problem-solving for composition. The composition has minor flaws.
Level 5

The student's work demonstrates originality and shows evidence of planning and problem-solving through complex sketches or thumbnails that show the process of thought for composition. The composition is strong.
Skill

Instructional Process

Level 1

The student did not finish work.
Level 2

The student did not finish work in satisfactory manner. They did not follow the steps for the painting and put little thought into the process of the painting.
Level 3

The student finished the project but it lacked finished touches. They did not follow all of the steps fro the painting and struggled with the process. The project could be improved upon with little effort.
Level 4

The student completed the project in a satisfactory manner. They followed all of the steps of the painting successfully.
Level 5

The student gave an effort far beyond the requirements of the project. They followed all of the steps of the painting and integrated problem-solving and creativity during the process.
Skill

Painting Techniques/Craftsmanship
-Underpainting
-Sgraffito
-Hard Edges
-Layering
-Collage
-Acrylic Transfer
-Scumbling
-Color Mixing (tint, tone, shade)

Level 1

There was a disregard for craftsmanship and did not put forth effort for understanding of the painting techniques. <BR>
They did not ask for help or responded negatively to help to improve their craftsmanship or understanding.
Level 2

The student showed poor craftsmanship and lacked understanding of painting techniques. They did not ask for help or responded negatively at times to help to improve their craftsmanship or understanding.
Level 3

The student showed average craftsmanship and understanding of painting techniques. <BR>
They asked minimal questions and made minimal effort to respond to help from the teacher to improve their craftsmanship and understanding.
Level 4

The student showed good craftsmanship and understanding of painting techniques. The student worked hard to ask questions and respond to help from the teacher to improve their craftsmanship and understanding.
Level 5

The work shows outstanding craftsmanship and was finished with a great deal of care throughout the artistic process. They have above average understanding of painting techniques. They asked questions and responded to help from the teacher appropriately.
Academic Terms/Vocabulary

Level 1

The student did not attempt to use or learn any of the academic terms or vocabulary.
Level 2

The student made little attempt to use or learn any of the academic terms or vocabulary.
Level 3

The student showed average effort to learn and used the academic trms or vocabulary infrequently.
Level 4

The student worked hard to learn and understand the academic terms/vocabulary and used it as appropriate in class.
Level 5

The student worked hard to learn and understand the academic terms/vocabulary and used them appropriately in class. The student also used past vocabulary/terms properly that were appropriate and showed connetion to the present project.
Responsiveness

Level 1

The student showed negative responses throughout the development of the piece from introduction, demonstrations, studio time, to finish.
Level 2

The student showed negative responses at times throughout the development of the piece.
Level 3

The student showed positive response most of the time during the development of the piece.
Level 4

The student showed positive response all of the time during the development of the piece.
Level 5

The student showed positive response all of the time during the development of the piece and was appropriately helpful to others and/or the teacher during the process.










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