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  • 1. The Elements of Art & The Principles of DesignKarli Stone
  • 2. The Elements of Art Elements
  • 3. SpaceIndicates areas between, around. above, below or within. POSITIVE NEGATIVE Elements
  • 4. What area is NEGATIVE SPACE in this naturalistic sculpture? Sticks Framing Lake by Andy Goldsworthy Elements
  • 5. LineUsed to define space, contours and outlines, or suggests volume. A continuous mark. Elements
  • 6. How is LINE used to change the landscape? Fine Dry Sand by Andy Goldworthy 1989 Elements
  • 7. ShapeEnclosed space defined by line, color, or texture GEOMETRIC ORGANIC Elements
  • 8. Are the SHAPES shown geometric, organic or both? Sugar Maple Leaves by Andy Goldsworthy Elements
  • 9. FormAppears three-dimensional and encloses volume Cone by Andy Goldworthy Elements
  • 10. Colorproduced when light, striking an object, is reflected back to the eye. Hue, value, and intensity Elements
  • 11. What HUES are being used here? Elements
  • 12. ValueThe degree of lightness of colors. Elements
  • 13. Where is the HIGH VALUE? Elements
  • 14. TextureThe surface quality perceived visually and/or by touch. Elements
  • 15. How did the TEXTURES change? Same stones but the visual texture makes them appear to be either smooth or rough physically. Elements
  • 16. The Principles of Design Principles
  • 17. RhythmWays of combining element to produce the appearance of movement. Repetition Alternation Progression “Black and Violet”, Kandinsky, 1923 Movement The arrangement of parts to create a sense of motion to the viewer’s eye. Principles
  • 18. BalanceThe arrangement of visual elements to create stability. Symmetrical Asymmetrical Radial Starry Night Van Gogh 1889 Self-Portrait with Grey Felt Hat Van Gogh 1886-87 Belvedere Overlooking Montmartre, Van Gogh Vase with 15 sunflowers Van Gogh 1886-87 1886 Unity The arrangement of visual elements to create stability. Principles
  • 19. VarietyInclusion of differences to offset UNITY. Adds Interest. Contrast The juxtaposition of opposing elements. Movie Posters by Saul Bass EmphasisOne element attracts more attention than others. Usually the FOCAL POINT. Principles
  • 20. Let’s ReviewName the 7 Elements of Art Review
  • 21. Let’s ReviewName the 7 Principles of Design Review
  • 22. Sources• http://www.writedesignonline.com/history- culture/AndyGoldsworthy/overview.htm#shape• http://saulbass.tv/• www.vangoghgallery.com• www.wassilykandinsky.net

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