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    • The Elementsand Principlesof Art
    • The Elements of ArtThe building blocksor ingredients of art.
    • LINEA mark with length and direction.A continuous mark made on a surfaceby a moving point.Ansel Adams Gustave Caillebotte
    • Pablo Picasso
    • COLORConsists of Hue (another word for color),Intensity (brightness) and Value (lightnessor darkness).Henri MatisseAlexander Calder
    • VALUEThe lightness or darkness of a color.MC Escher Pablo Picasso
    • SHAPEAn enclosed area defined and determinedby other art elements; 2-dimensional.JoanMiro
    • Gustave Caillebotte
    • FORMA 3-dimensional object;or something in a 2-dimensional artworkthat appears to be 3-dimensional.For example, a triangle, which is 2-dimensional, is ashape, but a pyramid, which is 3-dimensional, is a form.Jean Arp Lucien Freud
    • Robert MapplethorpeClaude MonetS P A C EThe distance or area between, around, above, below,or within things.Positive (filled withsomething) and Negative(empty areas).Foreground, Middleground andBackground (creates DEPTH)
    • TEXTURETEXTUREThe surface quality or "feel" of an object, itssmoothness, roughness, softness, etc. Texturesmay be actual or implied.
    • CecilBuller
    • The Principles of ArtWhat we use to organize theElements of Art,or the tools to make art.
    • BALANCEThe way the elements are arranged tocreate a feeling of stability in a work.Alexander Calder
    • Symmetrical BalanceThe parts of an image are organizedso that one side mirrors the other.Leonardo DaVinci
    • Asymmetrical BalanceWhen one side of a composition doesnot reflect the design of the other.James Whistler
    • EMPHASISThe focal point of animage, or when onearea or thing standout the most.Jim Dine Gustav Klimt
    • CONTRASTA large difference between twothings to create interest and tension.Ansel AdamsSalvador Dali
    • RHYTHMRHYTHMRHYTHMRHYTHMRHYTHMRHYTHMandMOVEMENTA regular repetitionof elements toproduce the look andfeel of movement.MarcelDuchamp
    • Vincent VanGogh
    • PATTERNand RepetitionRepetition of a design.Gustav Klimt
    • UNITYWhen all theelements andprincipleswork togetherto create apleasingimage.Johannes Vermeer
    • VARIETYThe use ofdifferences andchange to increasethe visual interest ofthe work.Marc Chagall
    • PROPORTIONThe comparativerelationship of one part toanother with respect to size,quantity, or degree; SCALE.GustaveCaillebotte