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Language of Art

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Language of Art _______________________ __________ ____________________________________ ___________________ __________________________ ____________________ __________ _____ ___________ _____________ _____________ ___________________________ ______________ _______________ _________________ _________________ _____________ ____ line: A path of amoving dot through space Real: lines that are drawn with writing tools colby.edu Implied: lines that are made when two volumes meet, when volume and space meet, and when two colors meet boxfont.com heartofchange.org gaialandscapedesignbackgrounds.net what the eye sees when light is reflected off an object Primary:
Red
Yellow
Blue Secondary:
Orange
Green
Violet Intermediate:
Red-Orange
Red-Violet
Yellow-Orange
Yellow-Green
Blue-Green
Blue-Violet Neutral:
White
Black
Gray
Brown
Tan Warm:
Red
Red-Orange
Orange
Yellow-Orange
Yellow Cool:
Green
Blue-Green
Blue
Blue-Violet
Violet Hue: another name for color
Value: lightness and darkness of a color
tint-white added to a color
tone-gray added to a color
shade-black added to a color
Intensity: brightness and dullness of a color
wetcanvas.com Elements of Art:
The components
that make up a
piece of artwork Principles of Art:
How the components (Elements
of Art) are arranged in an artwork zazzle.com artbywicks.com dryicons.com COLOR fineartamerica.com abm-enterprises.com sxriore.com horizontal vertical diagonal curved zigzag ________________ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ways to vary line width length value direction ____ _ LINE SHAPE an area clearly set off by one or more of the other elements of art Form: an object with three dimensions (width, length, depth) Geometric:
shapes and forms that look llike they were made with a ruler or a drawing tool (circles, squares, triangle, sphere, cube, cone) Organic:
Free form shapes and forms that are not regualr or even TEXTURE the way things feel, or look as though they might feel if touched Real: textures that can actually be seen or touched Implied: the look or appearance of texture tutorialbeach.com lightness and darkness of tones and hues SPACE the distance or area between, around, above, below and within shapes and forms Techniques for creating space in two-dimensional work overlapping size focus value placement linear perspective kingfishers.ednet.ns.ca linesandcolors.com studiochris.us forum.luxology.com corbisimages.com art.jerryandmartha.com artroom.jgrabowski.com
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