Assignment 1: Reflection
**For drawing assignments for this class you are welcome to draw on a paper as large as you like. I encourage you to draw large unless you like to have very intricate details. You are welcome to any size paper you like in the metal cabinet drawers underneath the clock. Minimum do not go smaller that 11 in. x 17 in. Your paper can be poster size or even larger. It is your choice. Only use the paper in the metal cabinets for your assignments. They are expensive and should not be used for school posters etc. They are just for you and your class. Email a picture of your finished assignments to Ms. Latuff: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reflection: An image seen in a mirror or shiny surface.
In art the word reflection can be processed in many different ways.
Literal Reflection: Seeing exactly what one would see in a mirror.
Distorted Reflection: A reflection which is distorted on an object or surface.
Internal Reflection: Creating a vision or metaphor of how you see yourself in personality, inward identity, or character.
Abstract Reflection: A reflection which alters the mind's perceptions of seeing. Elements of fantasy or playfulness are used.
ASSIGNMENT: Create a drawing (paper must be at least 11 x 17 inches or more) which showcases the word, REFLECTION. Decide which form of reflection you want to use: Literal, Internal, Distorted, or Abstract. The art mediums you can choose from are pencil, charcoal, color pencil, and/or oil pastel. You may use a combination of them. Your reflection drawing should also share some aspect of your personality or identity.