1.Trying an art process
Use only red, yellow and blue mark making tools. (Can be crayon, marker, highlighter, colored pencil, paint, whatever you have on hand). Choose an object around the house which includes green, orange, and/or purple. Using pointillism (aka only dots), try your best to "mix" colors by interspersing different colors and proportions of dots. You should be able to get a range of hues (colors) and values (lights and darks)! Ie a yellow-orange will have a higher proportion of yellow dots than red. If light is hitting it, try spacing your dots further apart. If it is in shadow, space your dots closer together. You may want to add more blue dots to "darken it" in the areas of deepest shadow. Have fun with this - remember it's not a studio class so the result does not need to be perfect! The point is to better understand the pre-Modern art movement's play with light and optics by trying it yourself. I will be able to tell if you spent some good time and effort on it. Here is one example: https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.crayola.com%2F-%2Fmedia%2FCrayola%2FLesson-Plans%2Flesson_plans%2F1317.jpg%3Fmh%3D762%26mw%3D645&imgrefurl=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.crayola.com%2Flesson-plans%2Fpointillism-lesson-plan%2F&tbnid=LHUwVPkGAB3kOM&vet=12ahUKEwib07qK7efvAhVDK6wKHR9rBn4QMygQegUIARCBAg..i&docid=jeV_xkJ9UdfgiM&w=594&h=762&q=pointillism&ved=2ahUKEwib07qK7efvAhVDK6wKHR9rBn4QMygQegUIARCBAg
2. Let's do another hands-on practice here.First, look at these "Cubist Still Life" images by Roy Lichtenstein. What objects is he depicting? How many angles are we seeing those objects from? How does he break up the picture plane?https://www.artimage.org.uk/25798/roy-lichtenstein/cubist-still-life-with-lemons--1975https://www.nga.gov/collection/art-object-page.62528.htmlNow, make your own. Remember, this is not a studio class so you won't be graded on making "excellent" art. The idea is to try some of the art techniques - in this case combining multiple viewpoints in one drawing. Show me you put in time and effort. The result does not need to be perfect. Trust me I will know if you put in time and effort.