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  • SMART Board Lesson:Understanding the Elements of Art By: Emily Davis
  • What are the Elements of Art?LINE SHAPE FORM SPACECOLOR VALUE TEXTURE
  • What is a Line? A line is a mark, which is greater in length then in width. Can anyone draw these different types of lines? Horizontal Lines: Diagonal Lines: ZigZag Lines:OutLine: Vertical Lines: Curved Lines: Click to the right of each line type in order to display the example View slide
  • What is a shape? A shape is a two dimensional object: height and widthGeometric Shape can be measured mathematically.Organic Shape can not be measured mathematically. Geometric Shapes Organic Shapes View slide
  • Match the ShapesWhen you get a match, tell the class if its a geometric or organic shape!
  • What is a Form? Forms are objects with three dimensions: -height -width -depthA form can be seen from many sides. It can be real object or an illusion.
  • Create a Form!!!Take the shapes below and turn them into a form, byadding a third dimension. TIP: Visualize and Create the shape in the back then make the connecting lines. For example:
  • The Solution:to creating a Form!!!
  • What is space?Space is the illusion of depth created between andaround objects on a flat surface. Positive Space: Negative Space: is space taken is empty space up by objects. around objects.
  • Can you create positive and negative space? Positive Negative
  • What is Color?Hue: the color itselfValue: the lightness or darkness of a colorIntensity: the brightness or dullness of a color All colors can be made from red, yellow, and blue! Secondary colors are created by mixing primary colors Tertiary colors are created with one primary and one secondary color.
  • Name that Color!Is it a Primary, Secondary or a Tertiary color? Primary Tertiary Primary Tertiary Secondary Tertiary Secondary Primary Tertiary Tertiary Primary Secondary Tertiary Click in the center of the color wheel to make it spin.
  • Can you create a secondary color? + = + = + =
  • Lets see how you did!!! + = + = + =
  • What is value?Value is the lightness and darkness of any object. To lighten the value of a color add? _______ To darken the value of a color add? _______
  • Can you put the color values in order?
  • What is texture?Texture is the Visual and Actual surface quality of an object. It can be smooth, rough, bumpy, or soft. Crinkly Smooth Bumpy Rough
  • Does the object have Visual or Actual texture?The desktop is smooth. The tree appears to have splinters. Actual VisualThe Metal grate looks The Paper feels rough. bumpy. Visual Actual
  • Image ResourcesImages: http://www.cemca.org/maldives/colours.htm http://arteelle.com/img/fb/fb1/The_Elements_of_Art.jpg http://www.mmwindowtoart.com/webimages/paintimages/clwhdesign1.gif http://www.mmwindowtoart.com/foundations/foundationscolor.html http://www.sciencebuddies.com/science-fair-projects/project_ideas/Math_img080a.jpg http://cdn1.1stwebdesigner.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/high-resolution-paper- texture4.jpg http://ruralart.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/rug20texture.jpg http://www.free-pictures-photos.com/texture/texture-hz6t5.jpg http://www.photoshoptextures.com/wood-textures/stump-ring-texture.jpg