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Elements and Principles of art

Van Gogh- "Starry Night"
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David Windmiller

on 14 March 2013

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Transcript of Elements and Principles of art

Element and Principles of art. By: David Windmiller, Ahmad Ragland, and Cole Benefield Texture is another element of art, it is used to describe either two dimensional or three dimensional pictures. This picture is an example of texture. Color Texture The quality of an object or substance with respect to the light reflected by the object. Color is all around you, everywhere you go, and everywhere you look. The picture below is a good example of color. Lines A line is a mark or stroke in proportion of drawing. There are all different types of lines, there are straight lines, curvy lines, zig zag lines, and many more different types of lines. Shape The quality of a distinct object or body in having an external surface or outline of specific form or figure. There are many different types of shapes. Some shapes are squares, rectangles, triangles, and circles. I could go on and on naming shapes but i will just stop at those. Value Space Value is how much of something is worth. People have a great amount of value. Art paintings have a great amount of value. Everything has some value. Space is how much area you have.
There is space in this room, there is dark, and cold space outside the earths atmosphere. Pattern Pattern is the design on an object. Not everything has a pattern. Objects that are just one color do not have a pattern. Rhythm Rhythm is a procedure with uniform or pattern. There is two different types of rhythms, one is a rhythm of a song and another is the rhythm of patterned repetition. Scale Scale is when artists create art work that are either smaller or larger in size than real life. A good example is a statue and toy cars because it can be the same just smaller or bigger than real life. Balance Balance is where two sides of an object is even with each other. A good example of balance is if one side of a painting has one object then the other side has the same or a similar thing. Unity Unity is when an object is whole and not in pieces. An example of that is a whole apple is not sliced in pieces meaning the apple has unity. Emphasis Emphasis is when you make something stand out more. An example is if I were to make the word emphasis be all capitalized, like this, EMPHASIS. The End The principles of art are next. The Elements of art are being presented now. The Elements and Principles of Art.
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