By Karin Clark and Jim Gilbert
- Contains step-by-step instructions and illustrations on the basics of drawing, designing, painting and carving in the Pacific Northwest Coast Native Indian art style.
- Fifteen educationally based concepts are arranged from simple to complex, with each step building on the previous.
- Over 300 black and white detailed illustrations and 32 photos enhance and clarify the straightforward instructions.
- Durable soft cover, black and white, 160 pages.
- 5 in x 11 in
- First published in 1987 and reprinted in 1990, 1993, 1999, 2001, 2003 and 2017.
Table of Contents
Scope and Sequence Chart
Introduction and Theoretical Construct
Justification and Need
Review of the Literature
Northwest Coast Native Indian Cultural Background information
Contexts of Northwest Coast Native Indian Art
Recognition of Native Art as an Art Form
Patterns of Instructional Programming
Program and Student Evaluation
Present Day Development of Curriculums of Native Indian Art
Goals and Objectives
Rating Scale - Teacher Program Evaluation
Rating Scale - Parent/Guardian Evaluation
Questionnaire - Teacher Self-Evaluation
Questionnaire - Student self-Evaluation
Questionnaire - Student Course Evaluation
Example of a Criterion-Referenced Test
Group Record Card
Chapter 4Teaching/Learning the Concepts:
Native Indian Art Displays
Concept # 1 - Basic Ovoid
Concept # 2 - Ovoid with Eyelid line
Variations and Styles of Eyes and Eyelid Lines
Concept # 3 - 'U' Shape
Concept # 4 - Split 'U'
Split 'U' Forms and Common Mistakes - Test Paper
Concept # 5 - Reverse Split 'U'
Concept # 6 - Variations in 'U' Shapes
Additional Variations in 'U' Shapes - Chart
Concept # 7 - 'S' Shaped Box End Design
Concept # 8 - Salmon-Trout Head
Concept # 9 - Killer Whale Head
Concept # 10 - Eagle Head
Concept # 11 - Knife Handles
Concept # 12 - Bas-Relief Whale
Concept # 13 - Bas-Relief Eagle (Interior Areas Carved)
Concept # 14 - Carved Serving Tray
Concept # 15 - Ceremonial Paddle
In-Service or Other Preparatory Activities