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Elements and Principals Prezi. <3

by Sonja and Maia. But Sonja's cooler so she gets more of the credit. Maddy gets some too because she is also somewhat cool. Jessica gets none.
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Sonja Anderson

on 29 September 2012

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Transcript of Elements and Principals Prezi. <3

Elements and Principles Line is a mark or stroke long in proportion to its breadth, made with a pen, pencil, tool, etc., on a surface. Value is the lightness or darkness from white through grays to black. Shape Shape is the quality of a distinct object or body, and having an external surface or outline of specific form or figure. Form Form is the external appearence of a clearly defined area, as distinguished from color or material. (cc) image by rocketboom on Flickr (cc) image by quoimedia on Flickr weheartit.com commons.wikimedia.org brucegray.com ooodd.com onemathematicalcat.org Texture Texture is the visual and especially tactile quality of a surface.. studiocodex.com COLOR Color is the quality of an object or substance with respect to light reflected by the object, usually determined visually by measurement of hue, saturation, and brightness of the reflected light; saturation or chroma; hue. Space Space is an element of art, that refers to distance or areas around, between or within components of a piece. artinspired.pbworks.com Balance refers to the ways in which the elements of a piece are arranged. BALANCE Asymmetrical Symmetrical A Asymmetrical is when both sides of the central axis are not identical, yet appear to leave the same visual weight. Symmetrical, or symmetry, means that in a picture, sculpture, or a different piece of art, both halves of the art are identical to each other. curbly.com Radial Balance atomictoasters.com Radial Balance is the result of components that are distributed around a center point. propelstudio101.blogspot.com Contrast Contrast is to compare in order to show unlikeness or difference. smartistcareerblog.com Emphasis! Emphasis is a principle of art which occurs anytime an element of a piece is given dominance by the artist. goldsworthy.cc.gla.ac.uk Rhythm&Movement Rhythm and movement are the path our eyes follow when we look at a work of art. applesloveorangespdx.blogspot.com Scale/Proportion Scale is referring to the size of an object, in relation to another object. artofthetitle.com imagekind.com/Scale-and-proportion-art?IMID=0884e4de-b6ce-4092-9078-32237370719e Unity Unity occurs when all the elements of a piece come together to create a balanced, harmonious piece. tophera.wordpress.com Variety Variety is the state of having different forms or types, notable use of contrast, emphasis, difference in size or color. Prezi by Maia Donahue & Sonja Anderson. Elements & Principles of Art http://www.art-is-fun.com/color-in-art.html Value Line zombart.com annaereed.wordpress.com Bibliography Slide One: Dictionary.com
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Slide Fourteen: Wikipedia.com Positive & Negative Space Positive space is the area or part of a painting's composition that the subject occupies. For instance, the positive space could be a vase of flowers in a still life painting, a person's face in a portrait, or the trees and hills of a landscape painting. Negative space is the space around the areas of positive space, or the space around the object. Negative space is space that is not needed in a work of art.
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