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The Elements of Art

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Amy Moore

on 15 August 2016

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Transcript of The Elements of Art

Value = Emotion
Lines vary in width, length, direction, color, and curve.
Line can be implied.
Line can be used to show movement.
Texture can be real, or how something feels, as in a 3-D object or a painting with thick textured paint.
Forms can be geometric.
The Elements of Art
Line
Line can be two-dimensional like pencil on paper.
Line can be three-dimensional like a wire sculpture.
Shape
Tell me what you know about shape.
Color
Talk to me about color.
The elements of art are the essential pieces of a work of art. Why do we study them?
Shapes can be geometric.
Form
Tell me about form.
Value
Know anything
about value?
Positive space is the area inside an object.
Space
Space...is...everywhere!
Texture
Tell me about texture.
They give us a common vocabulary.
Vertical lines represent strength, power, and masculinity.
Diagonal lines represent energy or can give the viewer an uneasy feeling.
Curved lines represent happiness and femininity.
Horizontal lines are static and calm.
Line = Emotion
Shapes can be organic.
Hold up.
Here's where it get's tricky.
Forms can be organic.
Shape is 2-D and form is 3-D.
The amount of negative or positive space can affect the mood of a piece of art.
Negative space is the area outside an object.
Texture can be implied, or how something 2-D looks like it would feel.
So what?
You're trying to impress a girl/guy who really likes art. She/he asks you want you think about this piece of art. What do you do?
Your art teacher hates you for no reason! She gives you an F on all your art no matter what you do. You want to prove that she isn't grading you fairly. What can you do?
You're having a baby, and you need to decorate a nursery. Should you use rough textures? Soft textures? Curvy lines on the wallpaper? Diagonal lines?
Objectives:
Students will discuss the elements of art and show how they are use in daily life.
Supplies:
Something to write with
2 Blank pieces of paper from counter
Scissors
Crayons/colored pencils (optional)
They give us things to look for when evaluating art.
Draw a line that is strong and powerful.
Draw a line that is scary.
Draw a line that is feminine.
Draw a line that is boring.
Based on what you see on our artwork, tell me everything you can about line.
(Hint: form is the 3-D version of shape)
What kind of art uses form?
We also have the illusion of space.
Color can also create a feeling.
Does this make you feel warm or cold?
So what?
We're going to the computer lab. I want you to find an example of the use of each element of art and copy and paste it into a word document.
Objectives:
Students will discuss the elements of art and show how they are use in daily life.
Supplies:
Something to write with
1 large blank piece of paper from counter
Foldable
Crayons/colored pencils (optional)
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