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Visual Arts

The Six Elements of the Arts

Morgan Ware

on 9 October 2012

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The Six Elements of the Arts Line, Shape, Color, Space, Texture, and Form a horizonal, vertival, angled, or curved mark, across a surface (e.g., long, short, dotted

This piece is titled, "Composition with Blue" by Piet Mondrian. It uses straight lines to portray the image. Shape the two dimensions of height and width arranged geometrically, organically, symbolically This piece is titled, "Colorful Whimsy II" by Jeni Lee. The entire painting uses circles to portray the image. Color
(hue=color names), primary, secondary, and complementary; warm (red/yellow) and cool (blue/green) This image is titled, "Flower Florist." The artist used warm and cool colors to portray the picture. the two-dimensional area that objects take up and that surround shapes and forms; in-depth illusions are created by techniques such as perspective and overlapping Space
This piece is titled, "Huntington Beach Pier" by Sergio Pitamitz. The pier separates the image. There is space between the sky and the water and sand. Texture way something feels or looks as it would feel This image is titled, "Pattern of Cracks in Sun-Dried Mud" by Adam Jones. The cracks portray the rough texture in this picture. three dimensions (height, width, and depth) shown by contours Form This image is titled, "Trefoil Knot" by Carol and Mike Werner. The image uses the knot to portray a three dimensional shape.
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