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Elements of Art and Design Powerpoint

  1. 1. Elements of Art and Design By: Sophea Ros and Victoria Nguyen “ There are many different elements of art and design. Using these elements together in a suitable composition, you can create something that is visually appealing to your audience,” unknown.
  2. 2. Line by Sophea Ros Picture Information Picture Category: Line Photographer: Sophea Ros Date taken : Unknown The line is the most basic element of art and can take many different forms including diagonal, zig-zagged, straight, wavy, or curved. This picture is a good example of lines because of the various forms you see in it. In this picture, you can see diagonal lines, straight lines, curved lines, bold/thick lines, thin lines, etc. These various lines help emphasize the pictures main focus, the dandelion. The dandelion is surrounded by many different lines that make the picture look complicated and crowded. Although the main focus of the picture does include many lines itself, it seems very simplistic and the most different which makes it stand out.
  3. 3. Shape by Victoria Nguyen Picture Information Picture Category: Shape Photographer: Victoria Nguyen Date taken : Unknown Shapes can be two dimensional enclosed shape using the length, width, lines, colours, values, textures, and space to make it more bold and defined. This picture is a good example of shape because you can see several octagons in the picture as well as a circle. These all stand out with the colour of the container, the lines within the lid, and the space in between.
  4. 4. Form by Sophea Ros Picture Information Picture Category: Form Photographer: Sophea Ros Date taken : Unknown Form can appear as a three dimensional shape with an enclosed volume. Form must have these three things in order to be considered as “form.” These include length, width, and height. This picture is a good example of form because of multiple 3D shapes you see. There are cubes and cylinders that you can see clearly which help make the picture look more lively.
  5. 5. Colour/Value by Victoria Nguyen Picture Information Picture Category: Colour/Value Photographer: Victoria Nguyen Date taken : Unknown Colour and value refer to the changes of base colours including light, mediums, dark areas, highlights, midtones, shadows, hue, intensity, and reflections. Colour can be complemented by all of these things depending on the variations and combinations of each thing. This picture is a good example of colour and value with the amount of light that was reflecting on everything to make everything look brighter, the transparency of the other bottles and the shadows behind each container.
  6. 6. Texture by Sophea Ros Picture Information Picture Category: Texture Photographer: Sophea Ros Date taken : Unknown Texture is the tactile quality of a surface or its representation of what the surface may feel like. The basic types of texture include actual, stimulated, and invented. This picture is a good example of texture with all the many layers and twists and turns of the grass blades. The smoothness, thickness and thinness of the grass blades also add onto the texture representing how it may be sharp or soft to be walking on.
  7. 7. Space by Sophea Ros Picture Information Picture Category: Space Photographer: Sophea Ros Date taken : November 22 nd , 2007 Space is the creation of visual perspective and the perspective of depth, distance around the object, between and above objects, below objects, and within objects. This picture is a good example of space with everything you can see in the picture. There’s a mix between different horizons, landscapes, buildings, random objects, etc. Each item has something in between them, below them, around them, and so on.
  8. 8. Rhythm by Victoria Nguyen Picture Information Picture Category: Rhythm Photographer: Victoria Nguyen Date taken : Unknown Rhythm is the regular repetition of elements of art to produce the look and feel of movement. An artist creates movement in illustration by repeating colors, shapes, lines, or textures. The repetition of the elements invites the eye to jump rapidly or glide smoothly from one image to the next. This picture is a good example of rhythm with the repetition of the berries in the picture.
  9. 9. Balance by Victoria Nguyen Picture Information Picture Category: Balance Photographer: Victoria Nguyen Date taken : December 11 th , 2007 Balance is the overall visual weight of a composition. Without it, the composition looks awkward and unstable. When objects in an illustration are the same or similar on both sides of the composition, it has Formal balance.This picture is a good example of balance with all the same rings combined together. All of the rings are the same thickness and about the same size making nothing particular stand out.
  10. 10. Movement by Sophea Ros Picture Information Picture Category: Movement Photographer: Sophea Ros Date taken : November 19 th , 2007 Movement is usually how the viewers eye moves throughout the entire picture. In some cases, artists and photographers combine different elements to create an illusions of actions. This picture is a good example of movement with the use of texture, light, angles, and space. The texture of the water makes the picture look smoother and more balanced out. The lighting of the background made everything dim except for where the water fountain is. The water fountain is extremely bright making it stand out. The angle of the shot improved this picture greatly. It was really close and at this perspective, you catch every detail of the water’s actions.
  11. 11. Light by Sophea Ros Picture Information Picture Category: Light Photographer: Sophea Ros Date taken : Unknown The effects of light are vitally important to when understanding and appreciating the three dimensional art forms of objects. Light and shadow define the forms of objects. This is a good example of light with the shadows and contrast of the lighting in the exit sign. The exit sign glows beneath all of the dim lighting and stands out.
  12. 12. Camera Shots by Sophea Ros Picture Information Picture Category: Camera Shots Photographer: Sophea Ros Date taken : December 11 th , 2007 Camera shots can be defined as the angles and perspective you get on an object. This picture is a good example of a camera shot because you’re getting a direct look at it and it’s really close as well so you can see all the little details such as the sawdust.
  13. 13. Focal Point by Sophea Ros Picture Information Picture Category: Focal Point Photographer: Sophea Ros Date taken : December 11 th , 2007 In photography or any type of art, focal point can be considered as the main focus. This picture is a good example of focal point because it’s main focus is on the Christmas tree. All of it’s surroundings help emphasize the main object making it stand out.
  14. 14. Portrait by Victoria Nguyen Picture Information Picture Category: Portrait Photographer: Victoria Nguyen Date taken : December 11 th , 2007 A portrait is a picture of someone with just their face and part of their neck. Portraits focus on the detail and features on faces. This picture is an example of portrait. The frame only consists of the head and partially the neck and focuses on the features.
  15. 15. Level Horizon by Victoria Nguyen Picture Information Picture Category: Level Horizon Photographer: Victoria Nguyen Date taken : Unknown Level horizon is the horizon and main surface line in the picture. It’s what helps to organize the distance and surroundings of the objects around it. This picture is an example of level horizon with the hill. The hill separates the dip and elevation of the area and shows the various layers of land there is in this scene.
  16. 16. Rule of Thirds by Sophea Ros Picture Information Picture Category: Rule of Thirds Photographer: Sophea Ros Date taken : Unknown Rule of thirds is the positioning of where everything meets up on a grid that has been divided into columns and rows of three. Wherever two lines intercross each other is a point where the rule of thirds is. This picture is an example of the rule of thirds. If you drew imaginary lines on the picture, you’d see that it meets the bike at a certain point at least twice or possibly three times. These parts are the main focus and parts that you see of the picture and catch your attention.
  17. 17. The End Power point by: Sophea Ros and Victoria Nguyen

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