made of bread (rolled), feathers, and insects (parts) by Petra Werle.
Flyer from exhibition at Halle St. Pierre, Paris, 2007.
Object wrapped in yarn of various colors by Judith Scott.
to Art Brut
and adapted from Creations
Hors Du Commun, Collection de l'Art Brut Lausanne, Switzerland.
2 - 1 hour periods
Students will be introduced to materials, supports, tools, and
objects through play. They will lead the talk through their imagination,
materials, and freedom to create even though they may not finish an object.
4 tubs will each contain:
different papers, photos, cuttings from maps, cartons, cardboard, tree
crayons, felt tip markers, pens, pencils, brush, etc.
- Materials: feathers, pearls, bows, fake fur, tissue,
stone, wood, bones, string, wool, metallic thread, etc.
- Objects: cup, pliers, plate, doll, car, fork, comb,
bell, mirror, etc.
arrangement: Studio. Students will work in groups and alone.
images of diverse art work of art brut. Question & Answer. Students
will lead discussion through their imagination, materials, and freedom
introducing the supports, tools, materials, and objects. Ask students
to look, observe, explore, attempt to create something the material
transform everyday material and discover new uses and new applications.
may not have had the opportunity to spend alot of time looking at one
image before. They may or may not finish an object.