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Gouache Still-Life Painting 
Students will compose and paint an gouache still-life done from observation using black and white value technique, textural rendering and a variety of painting styles
Rubric Code: Q237632
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Subject: Arts and Design  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Still-Life Acrylic Painting
  Poor

5 pts

Fair

10 pts

Good

15 pts

Above Average

25 pts

Drawing

Poor

Student does not observe or attempt or makes a weak attempt to draw the accurate shape and relative sizes of the the objects. Student does not attempt - or makes a very weak attempt to show the placement and relation of the objects to each other and the composition as a whole.
Fair

Artist draws from observation - noticing and attempting to draw the accurate shape, relative size and placement of each object and its relation to the other objects and the composition as a whole
Good

Artist draws from observation - drawing the shape, relative size and placement of each object and its relation to the other objects and the composition as a whole
Above Average

Artist draws from observation - accurately drawing the shape, relative size and placement of each object and its relation to the other objects and the composition as a whole
Compostition

Poor

Student does not use the entire painting space - leaving large open spaces or large gaps. Student does not attempt or makes a weak attempt at creating a sense of unity with the placement of the objects in the composition.
Fair

Artist composes the painting using the entire space - creating unity and harmony with the placement of objects on the page.
Good

Artist meets basic requirements and also creates a sense of space or depth within the composition.
Above Average

Artist meets high requirements and creatively manipulates the composition to move the viewer's eye over the entire composition.
Color

Poor

Student does not use mixed black and white - and does not attempt or makes a very weak attempt to represent the values of the still-life. Student does not use the value to create a sense of volume in the painting.
Fair

Artist uses techniqes of value-mixing to achieve a rich range of black and white values that represent the still-life objects. Artist also uses value to create a sense of volume in the painting.
Good

Artist meets basic requirements and experiments with black and white exaggeration to create a greater sense of texture, depth and volume in the paintng.
Above Average

Artist meets basic requirements and also uses black an white as a form of personal creative expression in the painting.
Use of Media

Poor

The student showed below average use of the medium. Did not include techniques
demonstrated in lesson. Work was unresolved and poorly presented.
Fair

The artwork showed adequate use of the medium. Did not show evidence of all demonstrated techniques required or work was sloppy or unresolved.
Good

The artwork was well done and showed good comprehension of the medium. Student technique showed require use of demonstrated techniques but did not show experimentation/was a bit unresolved.
Above Average

The artwork showed excellent application or the medium. Student technique showed both experimentation and required used of demonstrated techniques.





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