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Shape and Expression

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Abby Webb

on 29 August 2012

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Shape and Expression an area within a composition that has boundaries that separate it from what surrounds it, making it distinct. Shape Shapes found in geometry, such as triangles, circles, and squares. Geometric Shapes shapes derived from those of living things. Shapes found in nature such as clouds, leaves, and rocks. Organic or Biomorphic
Shapes the arrangement of elements, shapes, and color in a work of art. Composition Perfection
Completeness
Feminine
Comfort
Love
Energy
Power
Unity
Harmony
Community
Integrity Circles Stability
Order
Conformity
Peacefulness
Security
Equality
Can seem boring Squares & Rectangle Tension
Action
Aggression
Energy
Power
Masculinity
Progression
Direction
Purpose
Can be stable when sitting on their base or unstable when not. Triangles Spirituality
Healing
Transition
Balance
Faith
Unity
Temperance
Hope
Life
Connection with something
4 points of the cross represent self, nature, wisdom, and higher power of being. Crosses Strength
Stability Vertical Shapes Peaceful
Calm
Quiet
Relaxed
secure Horizontal Shapes Rhythm
Movement
Happiness
Generosity
Feminine Curved Shapes Energy
Violence
Anger
Youthful
Masculine Sharp Shapes Organization Arshile Gorky Enigmatic Combat Arshile Gorky H19 Paul Bodin The Golden Wall Hans Hofmann Shape Project Pick at least two shapes representing
how you felt about a recent event. Shapes must cover most
of your paper Will outline shapes with marker.
You can color some of your shapes in.
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