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Walter Gropius

A fairly good short introduction I think. My principal critique is that despite its emphasis on Gropius’s own belief in collaborative work, he is the focus to the exclusion of all others — it actually treats Gropius as one of the individualistic architects that he tried to set himself apart from. 237 more words


#SpringBreak is HERE! #Research and #Critiques are #DUE upon return!

Advanced Drawing: ONLINE CRIT HERE. Due Monday of RETURN from SPRING BREAK!

  • Do NOT forget to save this and SHARE with Mr. Korb. Make a photograph of your FINISHED DRAWING and insert it in the bottom of the written critique.
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Plecnik capitals you can see

Here is that page of column capitals disambiguated from the shot taken and sent to TradArch by Angelo Gueli yesterday and posted in a cropped and undisambiguated (I think that’s a word) by me. 339 more words


#Wednesday in #Studio - #MakingArt with #Meaning

Happy Youth Art Month: Art Terms 101: Daguerreotype is an early form of photography that uses chemicals to produce the image.

AP Studio Art: Figure Drawing! 497 more words


Giving Up the Horse – Ted Dreier and Walter Gropius

Theodore (“Ted”) Dreier was – in many ways – the unsung hero of Black Mountain College. John Andrew Rice receives much of the credit for the College’s founding, though Dreier was at his side following the famous ‘Rollins fracas’ (1) and remained a central member of the College community for the first sixteen years of its existence. 1,609 more words