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OBJECTIVESStudents will:• Learn about American sculptor Alexander Calder, his work and his great influence on art of the 20th Century and beyond • Become familiar with the vocabulary of contemporary sculpture and be able to recognize the differences between: abstract and representational, mobile and stabile, organic and geometric forms, two-dimensional and three-dimensional artwork • Be able to identify primary colors, and become familiar with the elements of art and principles of design• Create a wire-based animal sculpture inspired by Alexander Calder’s work VOCABULARYAbstract, circus, cosmos, elements of art, geometric, icon, illustrator, kinetic, maquette, mechanical engineer, mobile, motion, organic, performance artist, primary colors, principals of design, representational, sculpture, stabile, standing stabile, three-dimensional, two-dimensional, universe(see glossary for definitions) WHO WAS ALEXANDER CALDER?Alexander Calder was born July 22, 1898, in Lawton, Pennsylvania. His f...