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Mata Ortiz Pottery
Objective: You will describe and analyze artwork and culture in order
select and apply design work to a
~You will need a full page for today.
~GET AN IPAD
. SPRAY WATER IN BAG!!!!
Imitate the page layout on slide 3 of Mata Ortiz
Story of Mata Ortiz
pottery and summarize it.Slide3
1. Mata Ortiz History- ~Quick facts ~Where? ~Who? ~What is Mimbres?2. What is the story of Juan Quezada?DESCRIBE THE POTTERY:Draw an example of Mata potteryCREATE A MATA ORTIZ INSPIRED BORDER DESIGN ON AT LEAST ONE EDGE OF PAGE.
MATA ORTIZ POTTERY
What is the story of Juan Quezada?
DRAW THE POTTERY AND DESIGNSSlide4Slide5Slide6Slide7Slide8
The Story of Mata Ortiz Pottery
Open the Word Document on Edmodo. Read the story.Summarize it in your notes.
You tube- "The Miracle of Mata Ortiz" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eRKJVlR6DISlide9
Mata Ortiz is a northern town in Chihuahua, Mexico regionLargest concentration of artists on earth. 450+ artistsOlla – pot in SpanishJuan Quezada is the founder of the Mata Ortiz pottery style.Pottery was inspired by trading as far north as New Mexico and ArizonaThis style is called MIMBRES.Slide10
In a remote river valley on the plains of Northern Mexico, a remarkable ceramic arts revival is taking place. 100 miles south of the Us-Mexico border.2,000 people- populationSlide11
Mata Ortiz History
Summarize the story of Juan Quezada:Slide13
Mata Ortiz History
Summarize the story of Juan Quezada:Slide14
There in the village of Mata Ortiz, master potter Juan Quezada, inspired by ancient potsherds, is leading a renaissance of the region's native art tradition. The contemporary work which parallels the art of indigenous ceramists to the north, the Hopi, Zuni, Acoma Indians and others, has come to be known as Mata Ortiz Pottery.Slide15
Mata Ortiz Designs
Cesar Navarrete, 10" Tall 24" Circ. Mata OrtizSlide16Slide17Slide18Slide19
Compare these two vessels:
Mimbres Style from 4 corners regionNew Mexico, Utah, Arizona, ColoradoSlide22
The pottery produced in the Mimbres region, New Mexico, often finely painted bowls, is distinct in style and is decorated with geometric designs and figurative paintings of animals, people and cultural icons in black paint on a white background. The elaborate decoration indicates that these people enjoyed a rich ceremonial life. Early Mimbres Black-on-white pottery, is primarily characterized by bold geometric designs, although there are also a few early examples of human and animal figures.Classic Mimbres Black-on-White pottery (Style III) is characterized by elaborate geometric designs, refined brushwork, including very fine linework, and may include figures of one or more animals, humans, or other images bounded either by simple rim bands or by geometric decoration. Birds figure prominently on Mimbres pots.Slide23
What did you learn?
Where is it?
How did it start?
What does it look like?
How would you draw it?Slide25
DRAW DESIGNS FOR YOUR SGRAFITTO PIECE.
DRAW THE SHAPE OF YOUR DISHDIVIDE IT INTO SECTIONS?DRAW GEOMETRIC DESIGNS AND PATTERNSSlide26Slide27
In your design- Draw a minimum of 5 bands of designs. This will be for your new sgraffito piece.Slide28
Mata Ortiz Inspired Designs
Draw a design inspired by Mata Ortiz:
Draw the shape of the clay.Create bands by drawing lines.Draw line and shape patterns in the bands.Use repetition.LOOK AT DESIGN FOLDERS IN BINS. (Retro Art, Designs, and Line/ Shape folders)
Objective: You will analyze Mata Ortiz pottery
in order to apply similar techniques to create
your own design.Slide30
http://www.inside-mexico.com/folk/mataortiz.htm You tube- "The Miracle of Mata Ortiz" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eRKJVlR6DIhttp://www.alltribes.com/kcenter/mata-ortiz.html www.mataortiz.comSlide31
If you are ready to start painting your bowl for Sgrafitto~
See Ms. Gauger for ideas.