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Elements of art
Elements of art
Elements of art
Elements of art
Elements of art
Elements of art
Elements of art
Elements of art
Elements of art
Elements of art
Elements of art
Elements of art
Elements of art
Elements of art
Elements of art
Elements of art
Elements of art
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Elements of art

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  • 1. Are the tools to help youcreate an interesting work of art!!
  • 2. LINE SHAPE VALUETEXTURE SPACE FORM COLOR
  • 3. A line is a path that a point takes from one place to another through space. There are many different kinds of lines.
  • 4. • Long• Short• Fat• Thin• Curved• Diagonal• Straight• Wavy• Zigzag
  • 5. Horizontal lines suggest a calmnesswhen used in a composition. An example would be a horizon line where the sky meets the ocean. Andrew Wyeth - Baleen, 1982
  • 6. Vertical lines seem to be reachingtoward the sky suggesting growth and inspiration. Claude Monet Poplar Series-1891
  • 7. Lines convey emotion too.TensionExcitementHappinessSadness
  • 8. There are 2 typesof shapes… both haveheight and width Geometric shapes are precise and measureable
  • 9. Shapes…are flat or 2-dimensionalOrganic Shapesare those shapesfound in Nature
  • 10. A form has height, width anddepth, and is 3-dimensional. When shapes become forms A triangle becomes a cone or pyramid A square becomes a cube A rectangle becomes a box
  • 11. There are two types of texture:Actual texture is the way the surface of anobject actually feels.  Examples of thisinclude sandpaper, cotton balls, treebark, etc. Implied texture is the way the surface of anobject looks like it feels. The texture maylook rough, fuzzy, gritty, but cannot actuallybe felt. This type of texture is used byartists when drawing or painting.
  • 12. Dried Grass Water Paper Wood Brick Rocks
  • 13. • That which is perceived when light hits and reflects off an object.There are 3 properties of color:Hue (name of a color),Intensity (strength of a color) andValue (lightness or darkness of a color).
  • 14. COLOR WHEEL
  • 15. • Learning to mix colors is important.• Knowing the placement of colors on the color wheel will help you mix colors and help you decide which colors to add to your painting or drawing!• Your choice of color schemes can make a BIG difference in the success of your project.
  • 16. • The illusion of space is created through light and shadow.• There are two types of space: positive and negative space. Positive space refers to the actual subject matter in a work of art. Negative space refers to the space around and between the subject matter.
  • 17. It is necessary to consider both positive and negative space when creating a composition. THEY ARE BOTH IMPORTANT!• M. C. Escher was able to create drawings where there was no distinction between positive and negative space. Here is an example.
  • 18. refers to the lightness or darkness of a color. It gives objects depth and perception.
  • 19. Let’sMakeART!!

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