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Analysis of an Art Piece 
Rubric Code: K2X5XBX
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Subject: Arts and Design  
Type: Assignment  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Analysis of an Art Piece
  Excellent

10 pts

Good

8 pts

Fair

6 pts

Poor

2 pts

Description

Excellent

Clearly describes the artwork in full detail.
Good

Describes the artwork by identifying the major elements of the composition.
Fair

Acceptably describes the artwork identifying few of the elements of the composition.
Poor

Gives a minimal description of the artwork.
Analysis

Excellent

Defines 6 or more of the most significant elements of art and principles of design and how they are used in the piece.
Good

Discusses 2-4 of the elements of art and the principles of design used.
Fair

Mentions one or two significant elements of art or principles of design used in the piece.
Poor

Fails to correctly identify any of the elements of art or principles of design.
Interpretation

Excellent

Explains the purpose of the work and its content.
Forms an educated meaning for the artwork.
Good

Explains the purpose of the work and its content. Draws meaning from personal observation rather than an educated assessment.
Fair

Draws meaning from personal observation rather than an educated assessment, but does not explain the purpose of the work.
Poor

Does not give meaning or purpose to the art work.
Judgement

Excellent

A critical personal evaluation is drawn and the piece has been evaluated historically.
Good

A personal evaluation is drawn but does not evaluate the piece historically.
Fair

Student simply states that he/she likes or dislikes the work without a real evaluation.
Poor

Fails to effectively evaluate the work of art.
Spelling and Gramar

Excellent

Few grammar errors
*Well developed ideas and complex sentence structures
*Few to no spelling errors.
Good

Some grammar, usage, mechanical issues
*Well developed sentences.
*Some spelling errors.
*Errors do not affect readability.
Fair

Many grammar, usage, mechanical issues.
*Lacking developed sentences.
*Many spelling errors.
*Errors affect readability somewhat.
Poor

A large amount of grammar, usage, mechanical issues.
*Incomplete or run-on sentences
*A large amount of spelling errors.
*Errors interfere with reading of the analysis.










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