Art that is not conventionally considered to be art. Unconventional use of material (Webster's)
What is the form of work?
Is it a two-dimensional or three-dimensional work of art?
What materials are used?
What techniques or processes are used to create the art work?
What colors are used?
Described the use of line, space and balance.
Does the art have a subject matter?
If so, what is literally depicted?
Is the work of art REPRESENTATIONAL, ABSTRACT, OR NONOBJECTIVE?
What is the Content?
What does it mean or represent?
What is the artists message?
Is symbolism used? If so what is the meaning?
What is the context of the art work?
What is the function ?
What traditional role of the artist is exemplified?
As you make your selection, you might choose "Aubergine Art" as an off the wall but fun idea to select. Its image is at http://www.guy-sports.com/humor/pictures/picture_vegetable_art.htm#Aubergine_art_
It is made by artists, Will and Guy.
As you evaluate this zany form, you might look at how it is a two-dimensional work of art. The materials used include vegetables called the aubergine and knives for shaping.
As you examine what techniques or processes are used ...
Art that is not conventionally considered to be art is briefly discussed and demonstrated.