T.J. Purdy: Assistant Principal @ Curtis HS
Initial Teacher Interview Questions
Grading & Standards.
Rubric: Senior Inde Preliminary Designs & Sketches
Rubric: Reflection & Photos of Project
Rubric: Presentation / Speech to Class
Rubric: Peer Critique Notes
Classroom Norms, Rules, & Procedures
Supply / Material Ideas
Public Shows/Displays: 2012-2013
Public Shows/Displays: 2011-2012
Artists in Action
Intro to Art
Collage Depicting Emotion
Clay Creature Research
Final Free Choice Project Reflection Questions
Graphic Design Class
Public Service Announcement Billboard Reflection
Music Video Research
3: Music Video Reflection
PicassoHead.com Abstract Designs
Football & Band Trailer Designs
Still Life Research
Still Life Reflection
French Impressionism Melted Crayon
French Impressionism Research
Research for Ink Drawing on 3-D surface
Reflection for Ink Drawing on a 3-D Surface
Self-Portrait Series on Receipt Paper
Edible Sculpture Research
Edible Sculpture Reflection & Photos
Paper Maquette Research
Paper Maquette Reflection & Photos
Leather Sculpture Reflection and Photos
Wire Sculpture Rubric & Reflection
Paper Cutout Reflection & Photos
Famous Painter Ideas
Thematic Acrylic Painting
Monochromatic Emotional Non-Brush Acrylic Painting
3-D Surface Painting
Monochromatic Emotional Painting
Thematic Oil Painting
Final Free-Choice Painting
Pottery Wheel Vessel (independent project)
Pinch Pot Sculpture
1: Pinch Pot Research
1: Pinch Pot Reflection
3: Slab Construction Research
Water Fountain Research
Final Free-Choice Clay Project
Senior Independent Studio
2013-14 Meeting Agendas
2012-2013 Meeting Agendas
Trip Planning & Prep
Letter to Parents
Seattle 2012 Trip Blog
2012-13 Mentor Group
2011-12 Mentor Group
Art Criticism Model
Art Elements & Principles
Archived Resume Info and References 1
Archived Resume Info and References 2
Questions to Ponder
Clay Creature Research.
Here are some images of 3-D creature sculptures. These will provide inspiration for our clay creature sculpture project.
This smooth creature has an interesting form. I like the smooth back and curving edges.
This little guy looks cute but he could bite a serious hole in your skin. I like the fuzzy texture made by scratching into the form.
This is a very interesting headless turtle critter with an entire city on its back. I like the abstract combination of multiple subjects: creature and city.
I like this series of creepy figures. They look like deformed fingertips with faces.
Although I don't think this sculpture is finished, I like the abstract bat form with a man's face.
This is Wallace and Gromit - famous clay cartoon creatures. You can see their site at http://www.wallaceandgromit.com.
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