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Elements and Principles of Art

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Bre Brown

on 21 August 2014

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Transcript of Elements and Principles of Art

Color - reflected from light. Color is taken in by the eyes but aroused by the brain.
Artist: Lee Krasner
Name: Listen
- A path of a moving point.
Rhythm - indicates movement in a work of art with repetative elements.
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Proportion - refers to the size or shape of a work of art. (Size relationships.)
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Movement - creates life like actions in a work of art.
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Elements and Principles of Art
Artist: Alberto Giacometti
The Studio l' Alberto

Bre Brown & Jake Dunno
Elements of Art
The visuals of art including, line, shape & form, space, color, value, and texture.
- two-dimensional area. Made up of height & width.
Artist - Maya Lin
Name: Systematic Landscapes
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Space - The emptiness of an area.
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Form - an object with 3 dimensions. Forms are either geometric or free-form.
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Artist: I.M. Pei
Name: I.M. Pei's Qatar Museum of Islamic Art.
Value - describes the lightness and darkness of an object.
Princples of Art - Rules that express how artist organize certain elements of art.
Variety - intro to contrast or difference.
Harmony - creates unity by expressing separate but related parts.
Balance - equalizes the elements or visual forces in a work of art.
Emphasis - emphasizes one part of art work over another.
Pattern - indicates specific designs around the surface.
Artist: Jesus Baustista
Spirit Columns
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Texture - refers to how things feel or look.
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Artist: Ivan Albright
Magic Realist
Artist: Ivan Albright
A Face From Georgia

Artist: Winslow Homer
Flower Garden and Bungalow
Artist: Jasper Johns
Artist: Maya Lin
Name: Systematic landscape
Artist: Jesus Bautista Moroles
Fauntain columns
Artist: M.C. Escher
Name: Tesselation
Artist: M.C. Escher
Artsit: I.M. Pei
Artist: Ivan Albright
The Temptation of St. Anthony
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