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