So I'm going to think about what's going on inside my head. My shapes, are all sort of going in that direction. Are you ready? And this is by an artist called Ed Ruscha. So thanks for joining us. So let me show you. So I've got red. I really, really enjoyed it. Loads and Loads of shapes. If you want to do squares or triangles. That's a bit better. Malevich was a Russian artist and he wanted to make art that wasn't about the world around you, so didn't want to look at something and paint a picture of it. Haven't decided anything. Arts & Photography Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com. In fact, I turned mine this way. [00:06:27] I'm going to say hi to some people and say hi to Adelaide and to Matilda and to Shayla, who's in South London, hooray, someone in London as well. If you're thinking. [Music plays] I like to think this is the sort of music that maybe Winifred Nicholson was listening to when she made that artwork with the two shapes. Lips. Some of them had loads of shapes on them and some of them just had one or two. You get an idea or something you could do. So I get a nice straight line there. [00:39:25] So you could think about the features of your face, so you could think maybe you've got something that you would like to cut out and make an eye out of. So I'm going to leave that there. I'm gonna use a crayon, so that it shows up and I'm gonna put my crayon in my drawing hand. Kids get to make the same animal twice: once with ripped paper and once with cut paper. It's a rainy day here. Kara Walker often makes artworks using very detailed silhouettes. I don't know how many that is too hard to count. Flowers, birds, cats, and butterflies can be combined with buildings, eyes, moustaches, and men in dubious pants to create extraordinary original artworks and talking pieces! So we get a nice straight line from where we did all that cutting. I'm going to make a nice square here. Today, it's blue. That's my advice, because sometimes you have a look at something and you think, oh, that's not exactly how I wanted it and it's too late. [00:29:13] So here we go snip, snip, snip. I'm going to tell you about our next activity because our next activity is making a silhouette self-portrait and silhouette means like a shadow. I've made a big mess as well. And then if you've got two, you could send one to someone that you really like. But what we're doing is just making some very simple shapes out of paper, either coloured paper or white paper that we're colouring in. I'm going to put that on there so you can see it. Hello. So I'm going to start sticking mine down because mine will fall off here. Starting at the neck here, you can see what I'm doing and then I'm gonna come around the chin and what I'm hoping to do is keep the outside of the paper just like that Eileen Agar, so that we can fill the inside of it with some pictures about what's inside our head. And that's the beauty of collage. [00:30:45] And so I don't need this bit. There's just your way. You can create a 1x1, 2x2, 2 by 2, 3 by 3 collage and many more with this easy editor. That's a funny one, isn't it? A bit like that Kara Walker, we're going to cut out around this shape. [00:00:52] And you can need some scissors. This is an artwork by an artist called Kazimir Malevich. And I thought, oh, I could cut out a little teacup and stick it on in an eye place. [00:38:56] Hi, how are ya? Chin. I'm actually going to colour that in because I'm going to stick things on my white paper. Yes, it is rainy. And then after she died, she left all of that to the Tate. She's called Kara Walker. Go right to the edge so I can stick it right on. You have been able to see how this piece came to life from the beginning and I hope you enjoyed reading how it came to be! When you make a collage, you can use materials like wood, or other things! Keep going. Remember, we're doing this quite quickly, aren't we? Snip, snip, snip, right down to the bottom. And some indoor art. Creating a Digital Collage Pick a central theme for your collage. Let's get going. So it's it means things that we stuck onto stuff. Check out Lexi265's artwork on Artsonia, the largest student art museum on the web. This is going to be up on the channel. Or you could make some stripey shapes. I'm not going to cut mine out too carefully. [00:20:22] Shall we come a bit closer so you can see it? Kapwing makes it easy to make a collage online with images, GIFs, or video. I'm in East London. So you can have a little look at that. I've got some cardboard here. Then you can just fill in if you couldn't reach a bit like I couldn't. But actually loads of artists do absolutely enormous things where they make huge paintings. I'm also going to think about what colours have I got on there? Lichtenstein inspired 'explosion' collage. Also thinking about Eileen Agar. [00:13:45] So have a think about the energy between your shapes and then start arranging them on your paper, seeing what you like, the look of. You might want to keep hang on to that bit, but I don't need that bit. H. 300mm x W. 460mm. I think for me, my nose is a bit the sticks out the furthest. Cut & Paste Paper Collage. That's a great idea. What things you found, what brilliant things you've got maybe you've got patterns? So. I'm going to cut this out. If you are, great. And that means that they're not really things that you'd see in real life, but they're things that maybe make you think of a dream or of something really strange and surprising that makes you think this couldn't happen in real life. Slide those in. If you haven't done that already. This artwork by Eileen Agar is a portrait that uses her silhouette and collaged pieces of paper. That's inside your head. Paperback. Frances, what do you think? Have a think about those artworks that we looked at. Do you think that's quite volcanoey? I have other things to draw. You don't need to do it my way, remember? [00:03:14] Right. In fact, none of us will be able to do the same ones. And whether we can make them feel like they are doing something. Let's see what they start to look like. Well, someone says, can we make faces on our shapes? And all her artworks tell stories about the invisible or hidden histories of black African-Americans. [00:06:52] Hello. And so now at Tate, if you go to the archive, you can see all of the stuff that she had in her studio and all of those sorts of things. What about this shape? You could make some spotty shapes. What would they be saying? This artwork is full of 'dynamic' shapes. And I'm going to put it down on the table, my ear down on the table. Remember, that means side view. I love it. So I see Martha and Sylvia doing some squares at the moment. There are 452844 cut paper collage for sale on Etsy, and they cost $58.61 on average. Search. I'm going to fill up. [00:41:57] Stick them on. And hi to Jesse. Now, this is why you should always arrange it before you stick it down, because now I want to peel that one off. So that's how I'm gonna do a circle. Like a piece of art. Collage portrait (If you want to skip to this activity go to about 22 minutes into the video). So if you need to run and get some paper now and coloured paper or plain paper, all fine. And then if you go to the Tate Kids website, if you take it hanging up on the wall like this, you would like to put mine up on the wall. That sounds brilliant. He was an artist who worked in the UK and in Pakistan. That's a great idea. My bit of sticky out stuff, there. But it still looks really fresh, doesn't it? I'm going to fold it just to make sure corner to corner. photo cut and long collage, kinds of filters, PIP and so on The app's features: 1 photo cut and long collage 1) Very convenient to cut photo into pieces. I'm putting mine on my drawing board so you can see it. So she's put so much care and detail into these. If you've got sticky out things, not just paper, you could stick those on. It makes them look as though they are moving! So here's an artist who works with silhouette a lot. There's some really beautiful patterns happening. Hi, guys. A. But somehow they look like they could. Look, it's going to [exploding noise]. Just use your pencil. [00:25:10] OK, so I am going to show you how to draw round your head to make a profile. I can see some of you've joined already. Younger children can be given the shapes pre-cut and can take charge of decorating the paper plate nest and and adding wiggle eyes and beaks to the baby birds. So tell me what you were thinking. Get your card and paper ready. So I've got glue sticks because I think they're a bit easier for today and I've got safe scissors. Of course you can! 4.6 out of 5 stars 95. See what you like. 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