2*Line * Texture * Shape * Value ELEMENTS OF ARTThe Elements of Artare the basic building blocks of all artwork.Artwork can be broken down into theseBasic elements:*Line * Texture * Shape * Value* Color *Space * Form
6Color Schemes: Primary Colors: RED YELLOW & BLUE Secondary Colors are created by mixing 2 primary colors.Intermediate Colors are created by mixing 2 secondary colors.Complementary Colors: Opposite colors on the color wheel.Color Schemes:Warm colors - red, orange, yellowCool colors - blue, violet, greenNeutrals - brown, black, white, grayTints - a color mixed with white, making it lighterShades - the darkness or tone of a color; dark blue or very dark blue
7FORM - An object that can be seen from many sides (3 dimensional), an object that is not flat.
9Texture: the way something feels to the touch or looks like it feels. Actual texture (real)Visual texture (implied)
10SpaceNegative: area around objectPositive: Area taken up by object
11Background: The part of a work of art that looks farthest away from the viewer. Foreground: The part of a work of art that appears closest to the viewer.This is often the most important part of the work.Middleground: The part of a work of art that appears midway between two things, such as the foreground and the background.Overlap: One part (as a line, shape or color) covers some of another part.Perspective: The technique of representing 3-D objects and depth on a 2-D surface.Placement: The act of placing or arranging things in a composition/artwork.overlap
12*Variety * Rhythm * Movement * Contrast * Center of Interest PRINCIPLES OF ART*Repetition * Balance*Variety * Rhythm* Movement * Contrast* Center of Interest
13*** ++*** ++ *** ++ repeating in a planned manner creates a pattern. RepetitionThe repeating of any object,shape, or design to create interest in a work.*** ++*** ++ *** ++ repeating in a planned manner creates a pattern.
14BALANCE Achieved in a work of art when opposite sides contain elements of equal balance.
15Movement This occurs when the artist uses elements to move the viewer's eye across the work.
16Contrast –This occurs when the viewer is meant to compare opposite things in the artwork to attract the viewer's eye
17VaRiTy The artist uses a variety of the elements so the work is interesting/not dull.
18Center of Interest Sometimes called emphasis, is the focal point of an artwork....the first thing you want people to notice in the work. It grabs the viewer's interest.