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Elements of art 2013

  1. 1. The Elements of ArtThe Elements of Art The Artist’s Toolbox
  2. 2. LineLine A path of a MOVING POINT through space.
  3. 3. A line can differ in…  Length  Width  Texture  Direction  curve Cy Twombly. Suma. 1982.
  4. 4. 5 Kinds of Lines5 Kinds of Lines  Vertical  Horizontal  Diagonal  Curved  Zigzag Joan Miro. The Nightingale’s Song at Midnight and the Morning Rain. 1940.
  5. 5. ShapeShape An 2-DIMENSIONAL ENCLOSED SPACE.
  6. 6. Geometric ShapesGeometric Shapes  Square  Rectangle  Circle  Triangle  ANY SHAPE WITH WIDTH & HEIGHTPaul Klee. Castle and the Sun. 1928.
  7. 7. Organic ShapesOrganic Shapes Helen Frankenthaler. The Bay. 1963. Henri Matisse. La Gerba. 1953.
  8. 8. FormForm A THREE-DIMENSIONAL object.
  9. 9. A FORM HASA FORM HAS  HEIGHT  WIDTH  DEPTH Claes Oldenburg. Floor Cake. 1962.
  10. 10. Artist Unknown. Nike of Samothrace. 190 BCE. Audrey Flack. Amor Vincit Omnia. 1989.
  11. 11. SpaceSpace Refers to the EMPTINESS or AREA between, around, above, below, or within objects.
  12. 12. Shapes and Forms Are defined by space around and within them.  Positive Space  Negative Space Eduardo Chillida. The Eulogy to the Horizon. 1980.
  13. 13. Deborah Butterfield. Isabelle. 2001. Stonehenge. Salisbury Plain. 2300-1848 BCE.
  14. 14. Space in 2-D workSpace in 2-D work Can be found as  Background  Middleground  Foreground Diego Velazquez. Las Meninas. 1656-57.
  15. 15. Peter Bruegel. Hunters in the Snow. 1565.
  16. 16. ColorColor Derived from REFLECTED LIGHT.
  17. 17. Properties of ColorProperties of Color  Hue - the name of a color, like red  Value - Lightness or darkness of a color  Intensity - the brightness or dullness of a colorWassily Kandinsky. Several Circles. 1926.
  18. 18. Primary ColorsPrimary Colors Secondary ColorsSecondary Colors Roy Lichtenstein. Hopeless. 1963. Marc Chagall. The Green Violinist. 1923-24.
  19. 19. ValueValue Describes the LIGHTNESS OR DARKNESS of an object.
  20. 20. Pablo Picasso. Old Guitarist. 1903. Edward Weston. Pipes and Stacks. 1922.
  21. 21. TextureTexture Refers to how things FEEL or LOOK AS IF THEY MIGHT FEEL if touched.
  22. 22. Vincent Van Gogh. Starry Night. 1889.
  23. 23. Jomon Style Ceramics. Ancient Japan. Robert Rauschenberg. Monogram. 1950-55.
  24. 24. 24 Student Examples of the Elements of art Journal Pages
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