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    • 1. Elements andPrinciples of Design
    • 2. Elements andPrinciples of Design with your hostess Ms. Sorochan ( and the crowd goes wild!!)
    • 3. So what are the elements of art?! ! ! ! ! ! ! pg. 26 Art in Focus! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! read for us Erika
    • 4. the basic components or the ELEMENTS are:
    • 5. the basic components or the ELEMENTS are:colour
    • 6. the basic components or the ELEMENTS are:colourvalue
    • 7. the basic components or the ELEMENTS are:colourvalueline
    • 8. the basic components or the ELEMENTS are:colourvaluelinetexture
    • 9. the basic components or the ELEMENTS are:colourvaluelinetextureshape / form
    • 10. the basic components or the ELEMENTS are:colourvaluelinetextureshape / formspace
    • 11. the basic components or the ELEMENTS are:colourvaluelinetextureshape / formspace
    • 12. Principles of Design
    • 13. Principles of Design balance
    • 14. Principles of Design balance emphasis
    • 15. Principles of Design balance emphasis harmony
    • 16. Principles of Design balance emphasis harmony variety
    • 17. Principles of Design balance emphasis harmony variety gradation
    • 18. Principles of Design balance emphasis harmony variety gradation rhythm
    • 19. Principles of Design balance emphasis harmony variety gradation rhythm proportion page 27 Sonia Terk Delaunay / Study for Portugal
    • 20. Principles of Design
    • 21. Principles of Design
    • 22. Unity
    • 23. Unitythe look and feel of wholeness or onenessin a work of art
    • 24. Style
    • 25. Stylethe artists unique way of using theelements and principles of design.
    • 26. Lets Talk about Colour
    • 27. Lets Talk about Colourcolour is made up of three (count ‘em3)distinct qualities and these are...helpme out here Armand
    • 28. Lets Talk about Colourcolour is made up of three (count ‘em3)distinct qualities and these are...helpme out here ArmandHue: name of the colour
    • 29. Lets Talk about Colourcolour is made up of three (count ‘em3)distinct qualities and these are...helpme out here ArmandHue: name of the colourIntensity:brightness or purity
    • 30. Lets Talk about Colourcolour is made up of three (count ‘em3)distinct qualities and these are...helpme out here ArmandHue: name of the colourIntensity:brightness or purityValue: lightness or darkness
    • 31. Lets Talk about Colourcolour is made up of three (count ‘em3)distinct qualities and these are...helpme out here ArmandHue: name of the colourIntensity:brightness or purityValue: lightness or darknessnow that’s hot stuff
    • 32. The Colour Wheel
    • 33. The Colour Wheelpage 29
    • 34. The Colour Wheelpage 29Emma, what are the primary colours?
    • 35. The Colour Wheelpage 29Emma, what are the primary colours?Emaleigh, how about those secondary colours?
    • 36. The Colour Wheelpage 29Emma, what are the primary colours?Emaleigh, how about those secondary colours?Michael, now is your big chance : tertiary?
    • 37. The Colour Wheelpage 29Emma, what are the primary colours?Emaleigh, how about those secondary colours?Michael, now is your big chance : tertiary?
    • 38. The Colour Wheelpage 29Emma, what are the primary colours?Emaleigh, how about those secondary colours?Michael, now is your big chance : tertiary?
    • 39. Analogous Colours
    • 40. Analogous ColoursAdam? Take a look on page 29 and tellus about analogous colours.( hint: its # 6)
    • 41. Analogous ColoursAdam? Take a look on page 29 and tellus about analogous colours.( hint: its # 6)colours that are next to each other on the colourwheel ( correct you are!)
    • 42. Complements: Geezeyou look fabulous! (not that kind of compliment!)
    • 43. Complementary coloursare those opposite eachother on the colourwheel.
    • 44. Complementary colours are those opposite each other on the colour wheel.how do we neutralize a coloursintensity?
    • 45. Complementary colours are those opposite each other on the colour wheel.how do we neutralize a coloursintensity?By adding its complement!
    • 46. Value
    • 47. ValueColor Value
    • 48. ValueColor Value
    • 49. ValueColor ValueColor value refers to the lightness ordarkness of the hue. Adding white to ahue produces a high-value color, oftencalled a tint. Adding black to a hueproduces a low-value color, often called ashade.
    • 50. ValueColor ValueColor value refers to the lightness ordarkness of the hue. Adding white to ahue produces a high-value color, oftencalled a tint. Adding black to a hueproduces a low-value color, often called ashade.
    • 51. LINE
    • 52. LINEpg 32
    • 53. LINEpg 32Ok so what does a line look like ( canyou believe there is an actual definitionfor this?)
    • 54. LINEpg 32Ok so what does a line look like ( canyou believe there is an actual definitionfor this?)continuous mark made on some surfaceby a moving point ( you mean like apencil point... Exactly!)
    • 55. Texture: pg 35
    • 56. Texture: pg 35is the element of art that refers to theway things feel, or look they might feelwhen touched
    • 57. Texture: pg 35is the element of art that refers to theway things feel, or look they might feelwhen touchedeg. the texture of a Porcupineis__________whereas the texture of thedress by Ingres is _____________ .
    • 58. Texture: pg 35is the element of art that refers to theway things feel, or look they might feelwhen touchedeg. the texture of a Porcupineis__________whereas the texture of thedress by Ingres is _____________ .
    • 59. take a look on page 36shape: refers to 2D objects like painting sand drawingsForm refers to 3D objects like sculpture
    • 60. Shape and Formtake a look on page 36shape: refers to 2D objects like painting sand drawingsForm refers to 3D objects like sculpture
    • 61. Space:the finalfrontier
    • 62. Space: the final frontierOK OK not outer space but Space as anan element of design. We could all use alittle space right?
    • 63. Space pg 38
    • 64. Space pg 38So if space doesn’t really exist inpainting, how do artists create space inartwork?
    • 65. Space pg 38So if space doesn’t really exist inpainting, how do artists create space inartwork?Yup, those are the answers so lets have ago... size, placement, detail, colour andline. NOW>>show me on the painting
    • 66. Space pg 38So if space doesn’t really exist inpainting, how do artists create space inartwork?Yup, those are the answers so lets have ago... size, placement, detail, colour andline. NOW>>show me on the painting
    • 67. principles ofdesign:
    • 68. principles ofdesign:balance,emphasis,gradation,
    • 69. principles ofdesign:balance,emphasis,gradation,variety,harmony,
    • 70. principles ofdesign:balance,emphasis,gradation,variety,harmony,rhythm andproportion
    • 71. Explain how this painting The Tea byMary Cassatt is balanced?
    • 72. RadialBalance
    • 73. Radial BalancePg 41 Stained glass windowChartres Cathedral
    • 74. Emphasis:combining elements tostress the differencebetween themWhere is the emphasis?
    • 75. Emphasis: combining elements to stress the difference between them Where is the emphasis?Page 42 Art in Focus
    • 76. Harmony :combining similar elementsin an artwork to accent their similarity
    • 77. Variety: combining elements to create intricate relationships What has the artist done to add variety?Harmony :combining similar elementsin an artwork to accent their similarity
    • 78. Variety canalso beachievedthrough theelements ofdesign.
    • 79. Variety can also be achieved through the elements of design.Describe the different textures, Olivia?
    • 80. Variety can also be achieved through the elements of design.Describe the different textures, Olivia?Where is the greatest concentration?
    • 81. Movement: to create thelook and feel of action andto guide the viewer throughthe work of art
    • 82. Movement: to create the look and feel of action and to guide the viewer through the work of artWhat is happening in this painting?
    • 83. Movement: to create the look and feel of action and to guide the viewer through the work of artWhat is happening in this painting?Is there a rhythm to the movement?
    • 84. Proportion: the relationship of certainelements to the whole and to each other
    • 85. Who is the most important figure? How do you know this? (king with attendants)Proportion: the relationship of certainelements to the whole and to each other