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    • The Elementsand Principles
    • The Elements of Art The building blocks or ingredients of art.
    • LINE Pablo PicassoA mark with length and direction. A continuousmark made on a surface by a moving point.
    • Line
    • LineContour lines- outline the edges of forms or shapesGestural lines- indicate action and physical movement
    • COLOR Consists of Hue (another word for color), Intensity (brightness) and Value (lightness or darkness).Henri Matisse Alexander Calder
    • ColorColor has three properties:1. The first is HUE.(this is the name of the colors)2. The second property of color is value, which refers to the lightness or darkness of a hue.3. The third property of color is intensity, which refers to the purity of the hue (called “chroma”)
    • Neutral Colors These colors are made by adding acomplimentary color (opposite on the colorwheel) to a hue. Neutralized hues are calledtones.
    • Tints and Shades Tints-adding the color white.
    • Warm and Cool Colors
    • VALUE The lightness or darkness of a color.MC Escher Pablo Picasso
    • VALUEHigh Range in Value Low Range in Value
    • SHAPEAn enclosed area defined and determined Joanby other art elements; 2-dimensional. Miro
    • ShapeSHAPES CAN BE DESCRIBED AS:GEOMETRICsquare, triangle, rectangle, rhombus, circle, cone ORGANIC free form shapes, shapes in nature for example: leaves, trees, clouds, animals
    • Organic vs. Geometric
    • FORM A 3-dimensional object; or something in a 2- dimensional artwork that appears to be 3- dimensional. For example, a triangle, which is 2-dimensional, is a shape, but a pyramid, which is 3-dimensional, is a form.Jean Arp Lucien Freud
    • FORMForm can be 2-d Form can be 3-d
    • SPACE The distance or area between, around, above, below, or within things. Robert MapplethorpeClaude Monet Positive (filled with Foreground, Middleground and something) and Negative Background (creates DEPTH) (empty areas)
    • Space Space is being created how?How is space being altered?
    • TEXTUREThe surface quality or "feel" of an object, itssmoothness, roughness, softness, etc. Textures maybe actual or implied.
    • TextureImplied texture – texture that has beensimulated in drawing and painting on a Actual texture – texture that you can feelsmooth surface with your sense of touch
    • The Principles of Design What we use to organize the Elements of Art, or the tools to make art.
    • BALANCE The way the elements are arranged toAlexander Calder create a feeling of stability in a work.
    • Symmetrical Balance The parts of an image are organized so that one side mirrors the other.Leonardo DaVinci
    • Asymmetrical BalanceWhen one side of a composition doesnot reflect the design of the other. James Whistler
    • EMPHASIS The focal point of an image, or when one area or thing stand out the most.Jim Dine Gustav Klimt
    • EMPHASISCAN BE CREATED THROUGH THE USE OF MANYDIFFERENT ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES LIKE… CONTRAST PROPORTI ON COLOR
    • CONTRAST Salvador DaliAnsel Adams A large difference between two things to create interest and tension.
    • CONTRAST…with color …with proportion/scale
    • RHYTHM RHYTHMA regular repetitionof elements to RHYTHMproduce the look and RHYTHMfeel of movement. RHYTHM RHYTHM and Marcel MOVEMENT Duchamp
    • RHYTHM and MOVEMENTIT CAN BE QUICKAND FAST “TEMPO”
    • RHYTHM and MOVEMENT…OR SLOWER ANDMORE MELODIC
    • Vincent VanGogh
    • PATTERN and Repetition Gustav KlimtRepetition of a design.
    • UNITYWhen all theelements andprincipleswork togetherto create apleasingimage. Johannes Vermeer
    • The use of differences and change to increase the visual interest of the work. VA R IET YMarc Chagall
    • PROPORTIO NThe comparativerelationship ofone part toanother withrespect to size,quantity, ordegree; SCALE. Gustave Caillebotte