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  • VISUAL ARTS
  • The visual arts are:
    • Those creations we can look at.
    • Works which are primarily visual in nature
  • ► refers to what was used to create art
    M E D I U M O F
    V I S U A L A R T S
  • ► . Oil paint, watercolor, acrylic paint, tempera paint, fresco, ink, pencil, marble, bronze, clay, film are all mediums.
  • DRAWING
    is a means of making an image, using any of a wide variety of tools and techniques.
  • PAINTING
    is the practice of applying pigment suspended in a carrier (or medium) and a binding agent (a glue) to a surface (support) such as paper, canvas or a wall.
  • PRINTMAKING
    is creating for artistic purposes an image on a matrix which is then transferred to a two-dimensional (flat) surface by means of ink (or another form of pigmentation).
  • PHOTOGRAPHY
    is the process of making pictures by means of the action of light.
  • FILMMAKING
    is the process of making a motion-picture, from an initial conception and research, through scriptwriting, shooting and recording, animation or other special effects, editing, sound and music work and finally distribution to an audience; it refers broadly to the creation of all types of films, embracing documentary, strains of theatre and literature in film, and poetic or experimental practices, and is often used to refer to video-based processes as well.
  • COMPUTER ART
    is any art in which computers played a role in production or display of the artwork
  • SCULPTURE
    is three-dimensional artwork created by shaping or combining hard materials - typically stone such as marble - or metal, glass, or wood.
  • Plastic arts
    is a term, now largely forgotten, encompassing art forms which involve physical manipulation of a plastic medium by moulding or modeling such as sculpture or ceramics.
  • Mixed media
    refers to an artwork in the making of which more than one medium has been employed.
  • PERFORMING ARTS
    are those forms of art which differ from the plastic arts insofar as the former uses the artist's own body, face, and presence as a medium, and the latter uses materials such as clay, metal or paint which can be molded or transformed to create some physical art object.
  • ELEMENTS OF
    VISUAL ART
  • L I N E
    is an element of art which refers to the continuous mark made on some surface by a moving point. It may be two dimensional line or it may be a three dimensional line or implied .
  • Contour Lines
  • Actual Lines
  • Implied Line
  • SHAPE
    is an enclosed space defined by other elements of art. Shapes may be geometric (triangle, rectangle, circle...) or have an organic or natural character (trees, leaves, rocks, puddles...).
  • Biomorphic
  • Geometric
  • Amorphous
  • Positive and Negative Shape
  • Figure-Ground Reversals
  • COLOR
    it is the range of visual light in the spectrum and properties of the pigments used in making visual art.
    HUE - the name of the color
    (green , yellow , etc.)
    INTENSITY - isthe amount of pigment or saturation .
    (brightness , dullness ,etc.)
    VALUE - the lightness or darkness of the color. 
  • Warm Colors
  • Cool Color
  • Local Color
  • Optical Colors
  • FORM
    is an element of art that is three-dimensional and encloses volume.
    (Cubes,  spheres,and cylinders)
  • SPACE
    is the area occupied by an object or the area formed by the absence of an object(s).
  • Linear Perspective
  • Aerial Perspective
  • RHYTHM
    is patterned organization of colors, lines, textures, or combinations of art elements that create a pleasing effect. A visual rhythm will lead the eye from one area to another in a rhythmical and orderly manner.
  • BALANCE
    is the perception of equilibrium between the elements in the piece of art.
  • Symmetrical
  • Asymmetrical
  • Radial Balance
  • EMPHASIS
    is the focal point of interest in a piece created by accenting or exaggerating a specific area or art element to create greater interest.
  • CONTRAST
    is the comparison of two elements that appear different (values of light and dark, hues...). Strong contrasts are the most dissimilar examples of an art element (dark - light, black - white).
  • ORGANIZATIONSOF
    VISUAL ARTS
  • Alliance of Artists' Communities
    Supports nonprofit artists' communities and residency programs. Find a directory of members and an official publication.
  • Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass
    Group promoting interest in contemporary glass art. Contains news, events, links to resources, and membership information.
  • Art League
    Washington, DC-based nonprofit group works to promote high standards for local arts. Find details on classes they offer and visit the gallery.
  • Association of Western Australian Art Galleries
    Organization based in Western Australia hosts art shows and events supporting the artists and galleries of this region.
  • Universes in Universe - Worlds of Art
    Link to resources on contemporary art in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Pacific Islands. Lists international events.
  • College Art Association, The
    Promotes excellence in scholarship and teaching in the history and criticism of the visual arts. Contains news, publications, and conferences.
  • Carrington Foundation for Public Art
    Non-profit organization dedicated to placing metal sculptures in public places offers news updates, photos of installations, and
  • National Arts Program, The
    Visual arts exhibit and awards program for municipal employees and their families is sponsored by The National Arts Program Foundation.
  • Palmerston North Community Arts Council
    Community-based organization that supports arts and cultural events in Palmerston North, New Zealand.
  • Pleasanton Cultural Arts Council
    Organization based in Pleasanton, CA offers advocacy for local performing and visual artists. Find news updates and an events calendar.
  • Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute
    PARI supports and carries on research and exploration of Mesoamerican civilizations, their art, archaeology and glyphic texts.
  • San Francisco Art Dealers Association
    Nonprofit organization is comprised of 31 Bay Area galleries, and promotes public interest in visual arts.Tour the member galleries.
  • Western States Arts Federation
    Art jobs, art resources, literary links and more to help all kind of artists. Westaf works for the advancement of the arts in the American West.
  • Art & Science Collaborations, Inc.
    Encourages artists and scientists to use technology to explore new forms of creative expression. List award grants and events.
    Artists Rights Society
    Originally founded in France, this organization helps artists in Europe and the United States protect their copyrighted works. Learn about laws and membership.
    ArtPRIDE
    New Jersey's primary arts advocacy agency. Direct access to your legislators, a forum for discussion, and a source of technical assistance.
    Arts Partnership of Greater Hancock County
    Ohio-based organization supports visual and performing arts in the Greater Hancock County. Find details on shows, workshops, and membership.
  • Colorado Council on the Arts
    Read an overview of the services and programs offered by the state agency, find details on grants and awards, and view works by area artists.
    Columbia College, China Arts Exchange
    Non-profit promotes interest and exchange in the arts of China and the United States. Explore academic programs.
    Kulturbro
    Biennal for art and culture is the result of a joint Swedish-Danish initiative. Review events, news and a description of the foundation.
  • Myths & Facts About National Support of the Arts
    List of statements and responses emphasizes how badly arts funding is needed in the United States.
    National Gallery - Teaching Resources and Loan Programs
    Details the National Gallery's free-loan teaching programs, circulation and loan options, affiliate loans, and contact information.
    New Art Now
    Forum connects artists with the global art market. Browse the work of both emerging and established artists.
    New York State Council on the Arts
    Examine the council's five year plan for continuing support of the art world in New York, download grant applications, or find job opportunities.
  • Nomads 1800
    Community arts outreach program. Documents the lives and art works from homeless and runaway youth living in America.
    Official Assoc. of Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists
    Non-profit organization for amateur and professional artists post announcements, news and member artwork. Includes a collection of related links.
    Orange County ArtsNet
    Offers a guide to arts facilities and events in Orange County, California.
    San Francisco Art Dealers Association
    Nonprofit organization is comprised of 31 Bay Area galleries, and promotes public interest in visual arts.Tour the member galleries.
    Western States Arts Federation
    Art jobs, art resources, literary links and more to help all kind of artists. Westaf works for the advancement of the arts in the American West.