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  • 1. The Elements and Principals of Design In Art Marita Nurminen
  • 2. BOLD LINE CY TWOMBLY CORONATION OF SESOSTRIS 2000CY TWOMBOLYBACCHUS2005 FINE
  • 3. HENRI MATISSELE LANCE1938 ELLSWORTH KELLY GEOMETRIC RED GREEN BLUE Regular shapes ORGANIC 1963 such as square Irregular forms found in circle or pyramid nature
  • 4. Color wheelSATURATED PRIMARY COLOR GREY SCALEMARK ROTHKO MARK ROTHKOTHE TRAGEDY AND SECONDARY UNTITLEDTHE ECSTASY COLOR 1969
  • 5. Saturation scaleFrom pure to dull Color Wheels Grey Scale Color wheel with tints and shades
  • 6. TACTILE VISUAL MERET OPPENHEIM EDWARD WESTON BREAKFAST IN FUR BRISKIE POINT 1936 1938
  • 7. Atmospheric Perspective SPACE Flattened Cubist Space Cool Blues in Hazy Details in the Background Background Warm Reds in SharpPablo Picasso Foreground Claude Lorrain details3 Musicians Flight From Egypt1921 1666
  • 8. Linear Perspective Tilted Perspective PERSPCTAVE Ogata Korin Plum Tree 1700’sJan Van EyckGhent Alter Piece In tilted perceptive1432 different objects are In linear perspective all lines seen from different converge at a central point angles in order to creating the illusion of space show each object to it’s fullest
  • 9. POSITIVE SPACE FORM NEGITIVE SPACE EDWARD TUFTE UNTITLED UMBERTO BOCCIONI 2007 UNIQUE FORMS OF CONTINUITY 1921
  • 10. Form and VolumeCreating 3 dimensionalvolume in a 2 dimensional space Michelangelo Caravaggio The Calling of St Matthew 1599-1600 How light falls on a sphere
  • 11. PRINCIPALS BRINGING THE ELEMENTS TOGETHERUNITY: using rhythm, movement, repetition, texture, color or other elementsBALANCE: asymmetrical, symmetricalHIERARCHY OF SCALE: large, small, images or objects out of normal proportionsSIMILARITY AND CONTRAST: using tones, colors, size or textures to create excitement and drama in a compositionPOSITIVE AND NEGITIVE SPACE: using blank space to balance a composition
  • 12. Rhythm and Texture andMovement ContinuityUsing repetitive gestures tofill the canvas equally UNITY Uses the same brush stroke throughout the canvas to unify the image Jackson Pollock #1 1947 Vincent Van Gogh Self Portrait With A Straw Hat 1887
  • 13. BALENCE Symmetrical AsymmetricalGustave CaillebotteRue de Paris Temps de Pluie Leonardo da Vinci1877 The Last Supper 1495-1498
  • 14. BIG HIERARCHY of SCALE Tiny Fan Kuan Travelers among Mountains And StreamsJenny Saville Can you find the people? 1100’sHyphen How does there size relate 10 inches x 17 inches1999 to there importance19 ½ ft. x 14 ½ ft.
  • 15. SIMILARITY and CONTRAST CONTRASTAndy Warhol SIMILARITY Robert RauschenbergCampbells Soup Cans Canyon1962 1959 Uses the same Notice the contrast between the flat repetitive image painted surface and the over and over three dimensional bird
  • 16. POSITIVE And NEGITIVE SPACE Half the composition is empty Buddhist art uses negative space to help people understand nirvana NEGITIVE In western art the composition is designed so theMa Yuan canvas is equallyOn a Mountain Path in Spring filled with the most POSITIVE1200’s important parts in the center Jan Vermeer The Allegory of Painting 1666
  • 17. PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHERJacques-Louis David How many different elementsThe Death of Socrates and principals can you find?1787