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Art

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Madeleine Barker

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Foundation Phase 1 Google Cultural Institute Activity Symmetry Primary Colors! Secondary Colors Beginning Art:
Principles and Elements of Design Balance http://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/collection/moma-the-museum-of-modern-art?projectId=art-project&hl=en Red

Blue

Yellow - Cannot be made by mixing any other colors

- They are colors in their own right

- These colors are mixed to create other colors -Primary colors: red, yellow, and blue, mix to make the secondary colors http://artpad.art.com/artpad/painter/ Activity Using artPad, create your own painting using only the 3 primary colors Green

Purple

Orange Complementary/contrasting Colors - Any two colors which are directly opposite from each other on the color wheel are called complementary colors

- When placed next to each other, complementary colors create the strongest contrast and reinforce each other Yellow & Purple

Red & Green

Blue & orange Complementary Colors: Elements of Design: Line
Shape
Form
Value/light
Color/hue
Texture Principles of Design Balance
Emphasis
Proportion/Scale
Pattern
Rhythm
Variety/Contrast
Movement
Unity
Harmony - The concept of visual equilibrium

- Relates to our physical sense of balance

- Most successful compositions achieve balance in one of two ways:
1. Symmetrically or
2. Asymmetrically _ Elements are arranged equally on either side of a central axis

- May also be referred to as "formal balance"

- Strong emphasis on the center axis in symmetry, since all information is reflected from there Famous Symmetrical Paintings The Vitruvian Man School of Athens Demons and Angels The Last Supper Asymmetry - When elements are placed unevenly within a piece

- Involves placement of objects in a way that allow objects of varying visual weight to balance one another

- Often referred to as "informal balance" Famous Asymmetrical Paintings Starry Night Mona Lisa Tones vs. Tints
How to make Tones:
-Mix gray with raw hue, such as primary or secondary colors

How to make Tints:
-Mix white with raw hue. Shade How to make a Shade:
-Mix black with raw hue Hue - the 12 purest
and brightest colors Think about it! Light Pink = the root Color or Hue is RED

Navy = the root Color or Hue is BLUE

Rust = the root Color or Hue is ORANGE Which is a Tone, TInt or Shade? -Where the piece of art work is made up of all the colors (tints, tones, and shades) of a single hue.

Ex. Picasso's Blue Period Monochromatic
Color Scheme The Color Wheel Tertiary colors -Colors made by mixing Primary and Secondary Colors - A visual representation of colors according to their chromatic relationship

- Includes a combination of primary, secondary, and tertiary colors Tertiary Colors Fun Fact: The color brown is made by mixing complementary colors

Red + Green = Brown
Blue + Orange = Brown
Yellow + Purple = Brown - This tool allows us to discover exhibitions and collections from museums all over the world

- Today, we are going to explore the MoMA (Museum of Modern Art), located in New York City

- Explore Google Cultural Institute and complete Google Form posted in Today's Meet https://docs.google.com/forms/d/17MPRvSus8nG4dVnnxDzZkWL-CMXkyiCSW34D8ampxOk/viewform Next time... Line
Shape
Form
Value/Light
Color/Hue
Texture Elements Principles Balance
Emphasis
Proportion/Scale
Pattern
Rhythm
Variety/Contrast
Movement
Unity
Harmony
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