Art TeamCookbook<br />Taking your Art <br />to the next level!<br />
ELEMENTS OF ARTreview from 7th grade<br /><ul><li>LINE - a continuous mark on a surface
SHAPE - enclosed line
COLOR-HUE/intensity
VALUE - Tints and Shades (light/dark)
TEXTURE - Tactile (visual or actual)
SPACE - Foreground, Middle ground, Background
FORM – Visual or Actual</li></li></ul><li>BALANCE<br />The way the Elements of Art create <br />visual stability<br />*Asy...
CONTRAST<br />A noticeable difference between 2 things to create visual interest<br />*Scale (small/large)<br />*Value/Col...
EMPHASIS<br />The Focal Point (center of interest) of the artwork…what you see first.<br />*Bulls eye/Not bulls eye<br />*...
MOVEMENT/RHYTHM<br />Use of Elements to move the eye through the work of art<br />*Visual Texture<br />*Actual Texture<br ...
PATTERN<br />Repetition of an Element ( 3 or more times)<br />*Line, Shape, Color, Texture,Value, Form, Space<br />*Surfac...
UNITY<br />When all of the Elements and Principles of Art work together cohesively<br />*If you make good art…you have UNI...
Ready to cook?<br />
Let’s (visually) understand<br /> the ingredients.<br />Take a look at these <br />famous ART dishes.<br />
Balance<br /><ul><li>A…..                                                symmetrical</li></li></ul><li>Balance/Contrast<br...
BRIGHT/vivid color against a busy background</li></ul>Painting:  J. Dine<br />
Balance/Contrast<br /><ul><li>Color/Value
Negative and  </li></ul>   Positive<br />Portrait:  Warhol<br />
Contrast/Balance<br />This may be a funny cartoon but it also shows just how to demonstrate contrast between<br />    very...
Contrast/Emphasis<br /><ul><li>When the intensity</li></ul>of color is juxtaposed to<br />other very intense colors<br />y...
Emphasis<br /><ul><li>Edward Hopper is a master of perspective who also demonstrates Emphasis as his ingredient.</li></li>...
Visual Movement<br />The Master of Illusion – M.C. Escher<br />
Review:  Emphasis and ?<br />Photo by L. Hine<br />
Pattern<br /><ul><li>Repetition of</li></ul>        value<br />Painting of Photograph:  C.Close<br />
Rhythm/Pattern<br />                                Painting:  D. Hockney<br />
Is this Rhythm?<br />                       Painting:  G. O’keeffe<br />
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  1. 1. Art TeamCookbook<br />Taking your Art <br />to the next level!<br />
  2. 2. ELEMENTS OF ARTreview from 7th grade<br /><ul><li>LINE - a continuous mark on a surface
  3. 3. SHAPE - enclosed line
  4. 4. COLOR-HUE/intensity
  5. 5. VALUE - Tints and Shades (light/dark)
  6. 6. TEXTURE - Tactile (visual or actual)
  7. 7. SPACE - Foreground, Middle ground, Background
  8. 8. FORM – Visual or Actual</li></li></ul><li>BALANCE<br />The way the Elements of Art create <br />visual stability<br />*Asymmetrical/Symmetrical<br />(mirror image (OR) sides do not match)<br />Vocabulary:<br />Asymmetrical, Symmetrical, Value, <br />Positive and Negative Space<br />
  9. 9. CONTRAST<br />A noticeable difference between 2 things to create visual interest<br />*Scale (small/large)<br />*Value/Color<br />*Positive/Negative Space<br />Vocabulary:<br />Tint, Shade, Hue, Scale, Negative/Positive<br />(space)<br />
  10. 10. EMPHASIS<br />The Focal Point (center of interest) of the artwork…what you see first.<br />*Bulls eye/Not bulls eye<br />*Inspiration<br />*Color<br />Vocabulary:<br />Focal Point, Value, Color, Bulls eye,<br />Inspiration, Composition<br />
  11. 11. MOVEMENT/RHYTHM<br />Use of Elements to move the eye through the work of art<br />*Visual Texture<br />*Actual Texture<br />*Pattern<br />*Directional<br />Vocabulary:<br />Focal Area, Directional , Pattern, Texture<br />
  12. 12. PATTERN<br />Repetition of an Element ( 3 or more times)<br />*Line, Shape, Color, Texture,Value, Form, Space<br />*Surface Enhancement<br />Vocabulary:<br />Repeats, Elements of Art,<br />Random or Sequential<br />
  13. 13. UNITY<br />When all of the Elements and Principles of Art work together cohesively<br />*If you make good art…you have UNITY!<br />*Elements of Art<br />*Principles of Art<br />Vocabulary:<br />Recipe, Formula (you must know the formula <br />to have summation) <br />
  14. 14. Ready to cook?<br />
  15. 15. Let’s (visually) understand<br /> the ingredients.<br />Take a look at these <br />famous ART dishes.<br />
  16. 16. Balance<br /><ul><li>A….. symmetrical</li></li></ul><li>Balance/Contrast<br /><ul><li>Mirror image is symmetrical
  17. 17. BRIGHT/vivid color against a busy background</li></ul>Painting: J. Dine<br />
  18. 18. Balance/Contrast<br /><ul><li>Color/Value
  19. 19. Negative and </li></ul> Positive<br />Portrait: Warhol<br />
  20. 20. Contrast/Balance<br />This may be a funny cartoon but it also shows just how to demonstrate contrast between<br /> very small shapes and large ones!<br />
  21. 21. Contrast/Emphasis<br /><ul><li>When the intensity</li></ul>of color is juxtaposed to<br />other very intense colors<br />you experience contrast.<br />The Heart shape in the middle<br />also demonstrates Emphasis.<br />Painting: J. Dine<br />
  22. 22. Emphasis<br /><ul><li>Edward Hopper is a master of perspective who also demonstrates Emphasis as his ingredient.</li></li></ul><li>Movement/Rythmn<br /><ul><li>This background is</li></ul>sizzlin’ with movement<br />from the use of line. Look<br />at this long enough - and the<br />the background appears to<br />move! (well, sort of)<br />Drawing: J. Johns<br />
  23. 23. Visual Movement<br />The Master of Illusion – M.C. Escher<br />
  24. 24. Review: Emphasis and ?<br />Photo by L. Hine<br />
  25. 25. Pattern<br /><ul><li>Repetition of</li></ul> value<br />Painting of Photograph: C.Close<br />
  26. 26. Rhythm/Pattern<br /> Painting: D. Hockney<br />
  27. 27. Is this Rhythm?<br /> Painting: G. O’keeffe<br />
  28. 28. Unity<br /><ul><li>When all the ingredients </li></ul> are simmering together <br /> to make one main course<br />Collage: R. Rauschenberg<br />
  29. 29. Unity<br /> Painting: R. Goings<br />
  30. 30. What Principle ?<br /> Illustration: N. Rockwell<br />
  31. 31. Unity<br /> Quilt/painting: F. Ringgold<br />
  32. 32. What Principle?<br />Painting: S. Dali<br />
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