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# Elements of Art Lesson

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