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Pointillism: Watercolor Painting
Students will create a small watercolor painting using the technique of pointillism.
Rubric Code: T477XX
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Subject: Arts and Design  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8


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2 pts

1

1 pts

0

0 pts

Dots

2

Student applied dots with Q-tip. Dots are closely packed in all areas except in areas where light is represented. (The dots are more closely packed together in the darker areas.)
1

Student applied dots with Q-tip but the dots are spaced out with white space in between throughout the entire painting instead of only in the darkest areas of the painting.
0

Student "painted" long brushstrokes with the Q-tip rather than making dots.
Colors

2

Student placed colors next to each other that optically mix when looked at from a distance to create a new color. (Used two or more colors in an area.)
1

Student placed two or more colors in an area but did not choose colors that appropriately blend to make a new color at a distance.
0

Random colors were used throughout the painting. Student did not understand the concept of "optical color mixing".
Value

2

Student represented light and shadows in the painting. Light colors were applied first, then dark colors to help create different values in the painting.
1

Light and shadow is visible in the painting but incorrectly placed.
0

Painting appears to be "colored in" with no values represented. (no light or shadow)
Composition

2

Entire page is filled with dots. Student included both the object and the background in the painting.
1

Student filled the page but left out details from the magazine picture.
0

Painting is incomplete/there are large areas of white space on the paper.
Craftsmanship

2

Dots are neatly and carefully painted. Student carefully erased pencil lines.
1

Most dots are carefully painted, however, more painting could have been neater. Not all pencil lines were erased.
0

Painting appears messy. Paper has tears or smudges.
Time and Effort

2

Class time was used wisely. Much time and effort went into the planning and creation of the painting.
1

Most of the class time was used wisely, but the student could have been more focused during the creation of the piece.
0

Class time was not used wisely and student put little effort into the assignment. Assignment is incomplete.



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