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Elements of Arts

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Leona Tomenio

on 21 January 2014

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Transcript of Elements of Arts

Elements of Arts
Elements of Art
Are visual tools used to create an art work.
It is the vocabulary with which the visual artist composes with. These elements in the overall design usually relate to each other and to the whole art work.
are the basic elements we find in all artwork.
2 dimensional
Areas are defined by the edges within the piece, whether geometric or organic.
Kinds of shapes: square, circle, triangle, hexagon etc.
The visual path that enables the eye to move within the piece. Used to lead the viewer’s eyes throughout the artwork.
A mark that spans a distance between two points, taking any form along the way.
A line can be vertical, horizontal, zigzag, slanting, curve, scribble, dotted, broken, etc.
3 Dimensional
Measured by length, width, or depth.
May be created by combining two or more shapes. May also be enhanced by adding tone, texture, and/or color.

Is shading used to emphasize form, indicated through the lightness or darkness of a color
Tint and shade
The use of light and dark, shade and highlight, in an artwork.

Refers to distances or areas around, between or within components of a piece.
can be positive (white or light) or negative (black or dark)

Surface qualities of an object.
2 types of texture – optical(visual) and tactile(physical)
Can be rough, smooth, bumpy, coarse etc.
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