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  • Elements of Art
    1-5 Grade Students
  • What are Elements of ART?
    Shape
    Texture
    Line
    Color
    Space
    Value
    Form
  • LINE
    The path of a moving point on a flat surface
    Can outline an object
    A line is longer than it is wider
    It can have movement and indicate a certain direction
    Types of lines:
    zigzag, horizontal, vertical, curved, diagonal, straight, angular, and implied.
  • LINES LINES LINES!
    NAME WHAT THESE LINES ARE!
  • SHAPE
    A two dimensional area created by connecting the lines to make an object
    They can be positive or negative shapes
    They can be biomorphic or abstract, and geometric like a triangle, square, and or circle
    Shapes vary by their color, texture, and or value
  • CHECK OUT THESE FUN SHAPES
    NAME THEM ALL!!
  • FORM
    This is a three-dimensional shape
    It has volume, dimension and mass
    Forms can be geometric or metamorphic
    They are generally used to sculpt and create
  • GEOMETRIC or METAMORPHIC?
    NAME THE FORM IF YOU KNOW WHAT IT IS!
  • VALUE
    A variation of lights and darks
    Can start out light and get dark or vise versa
    You can create shadows by using value
  • Let’s pick out the VALUES!
  • COLOR
    Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet. ROYGBIV!!
    It can identify an object, create, provoke or convey emotions and moods.
    There are warm and cool colors
    There are primary (RED, YELLOW, BLUE) secondary (PURPLE, GREEN, ORANGE)intermediate, analogous, and complementary
  • WARM or COOL?
    NAME PRIMARY AND OR SECONDARR COLORS!
  • TEXTURE
    Rough, smooth, rugged, grainy, slippery, calloused, sticky…these are just a few of the abundant possibilities of surface texture
  • What kind of TEXTURE is this?
  • SPACE
    Can be limited like the confines of a closet. It can be extensive like outer space or shallow like a pond. It can also be as deep as the Ocean.
    Two-Dimensional space has height and width
    Three-Dimensional space has height, width, time and volume.
    Perspective comes into play with space especially when you want to create depth and distance in a drawing or painting.
  • WHAT KIND OF SPACES DO YOU SEE? DO THESE PICTURES TAKE OF SPACE?
    Shallow, Deep, Two-Dimensional, or Three-Dimensional?!
  • Sourses
    Professor Stevens, Shelley. Introduction to Drawing 1. Spring Semester 2010.
  • OUTSIDE ACTIVITY!
    GO outside and pick out favorite LEAVES!
    Bring inside and put in book for about 10 minutes
    WE will laminate our Leaves and cut them out
    FINALLY we will as a class discuss what types of elements of art our LEAVES are!
  • LETS GO GET LEAVES!