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Ceramics Elements of Art and Design Digital Portfolio


Michaela Lewis-Lambert

on 7 February 2013

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Elements of Art and Principles of Digital Portfolio Line is a mark made by a pointed tool that is curvy, thin, straight, thick, short, or long. Shape/Form is an area that is two dimensional or three dimensional that are made up by geometric forms. Texture describes the feel of an object and is made by a tool to make the surface rough or smooth depending on the object. By:Michaela Lewis-Lambert Line: Shape/Form: Texture: Color is the hue, intensity or value that shows the shades of an object in what environment it is in. Color: Space: Space is the illusion of depth by using two or three dimensional by using sizing, positive, and negative space. Value: Value refers to dark and light and uses contrast to make the color of the object goes through all the hues. Balance: Balance is an arangment of an object on either side of the center line Contrast: Contrast refers to the differences in values, colors, or other elements. Unity: Unity makes a work of art come together by creating harmony between the pieces. Pattern: Pattern is where the same shapes or elements are repeated again and again. Emphasis: Emphasis is placed where the most imortant part of he work is directed towards or the focal point. Movement: Movement is an alusion that takes a viewers eyes on a trip through their work. Repetition: Repitition is a contenuous design that has rythm throughout the piece and makes a sense of unity. Works Sited Page: 500 Bowls (Contemporary Exploration of a Timeless Design)
Google Images Andrew P. Linton, Triangle Bowl, 2002 I think this is a good example of line because he used a carving tool to make all the thin triangular lines around the bowl. Una Mjurka, Carrot Bowl #1, 2002 I think this is a good example of shape/form because it is a 3-D rectangle that has been made into a tub like figure. Kimberly Dary, Celebration Bowl, 2002 This is a good example of texture because the design carved into the clay is slightly 3-D which gives the effect of a raised surface. Susan B. Goldstein, Sunrise in Kentucky This is a good example of value because the color fades throughout the piece and shows all the shades and hues. Don R. Davis, Pedestal Bowl with Slab Collar, 2000 This is a good example of balance because it is symetical on both sides. Jennie Bireline, Tripod Bowl, 1996 In this piece the colors orange and blue are complements of each other and work together as oposites Barbara Hanselman, Ice Cream Bowl and Spoon on Pretzel Base, 2001 Angela Mellor, Sky Bowl, 1998 I feel like this is a good example of movement because the pot creates an alusion that there are clouds and they are moving Sheldon Ganstrom, Arroyo Bowl, 2002 This product is a great example of pattern because the same design is used over and over again and is seperated by matching lines. Google Images This is a good example of repetition because the piece flows from one spot to another and all connects together. This piece is a great example of unity because all the pieces of the work pull each other together and have the same commen theme. Google Images This is a good example of emphasis because the backround is plain and the flower is a bold color which automatically draws your attention to the flower. Google Images This is a good example of spce because the cut outs represent negitive space and the rest of it is 3-D to represent poritive space. Google Images This is a good example of color because it has most of the colors of the color wheel and they fade into each other.
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