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TEXTURE. Definition the appearance and feel of a surface. Texture is tactile, that is, it appeals to our sense of touch. Each thing you see or touch has.

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1 TEXTURE

2 Definition the appearance and feel of a surface. Texture is tactile, that is, it appeals to our sense of touch. Each thing you see or touch has a different texture.

3 In a two-dimensional work of art, texture gives a visual sense of how an object depicted would feel in real life if touched: hard, soft, rough, smooth, hairy, leathery, sharp, etc.

4 In three-dimensional works, artists use actual texture to add a tactile quality to the work.

5 There are 2 types of texture artists use in 2-D and 3-D art Real - Physical or Surface Texture and Implied - Visual or Optical Texture 2 Types of Texture

6 Real - Physical or Surface Texture texture that you can feel such as sandpaper. The surface quality of an object that we sense through touch. 2 Types of Texture

7 Real - Physical or Surface Texture Texture you can actually touch and feel. All objects have a physical texture. Clouds may be soft and fluffy, a rock may be hard and jagged, and water may be smooth or foamy and is always wet. 2 Types of Texture

8 Implied - Visual or Optical Texture texture that you can see but not feel such as in a photograph, drawing or reproduced print. We dont need to touch a shiny silver bowl to know its surface is hard, smooth, and polished. Texture also refers to the way a piece of artwork is made to look rough or smooth. 2 Types of Texture

9 Texture Techniques Artists have a variety of techniques to add texture to their artwork…

10 the application of thick paint in a texture that would be rough if you were to touch it. Impasto Texture Techniques

11 realistic images with texture need to be viewed from a distance

12 Impasto Vincent van Gogh Used the impasto technique which allowed him to paint fast, use a lot of paint and create great textures in his paintings. Painting, Oil on Canvas Saint-Rémy, France: June, 1889 The Museum of Modern Art New York, New York, United States of America, North America The Museum of Modern Art Texture Techniques

13 Collage is artwork made by pasting pieces of paper or other materials to a flat surface. Collages allow the viewer to feel the texture of the art work. Textured Assemblage Collage Made on painted cardboard, with feathers corrugated cardboard, puff balls, yarn, pipe cleaners, ribbon, netting, foil paper, tissue paper. Acrylic puff paint was added last to create highlights. Texture Techniques

14 Assemblage CollageTorn Paper Assemblage Collage Collage They are made of various light to medium weight materials that can be successfully attached. The materials are cut, torn and shaped then arranged and glued to heavy backing board. Texture Techniques Wallpaper Assemblage CollagePuzzle Piece Assemblage CollagePipe Cleaners & Glitter Assemblage Collage

15 Frottage Frottage is a process that adds an interesting one of a kind texture to artwork. Frottage Made on dry wall compound and sand. Painted with tempera paints Texture Techniques

16 Frottage The texture is created by brushing a lager of paint, modeling paste, or dry wall compound (inexpensive and easy to find in a hardware store) on heavy backing board… Texture Techniques

17 Frottage …then placing a sheet of waxed paper over it, pressing down and peeling it off. The depth of the texture depends on how thick the layer of medium is applied and how much pressure is applied when pressing down the waxed paper… Texture Techniques

18 Frottage …added texture can be created with sand in the paint and pebbles in the modeling paste and dry wall compound. The frottage can be painted when the mediums are completely dry. Texture Techniques

19 Grattage or Raclage are processes that allows the artist to add a controlled physical texture where it is needed… Texture Techniques

20 Grattage or Raclage …the texture is created by brushing a layer of paint, modeling paste, or dry wall compound on heavy backing board, then using a comb, tongue depressor or pointed stick, then drawing and scraping away areas creating depressions of texture. Texture Techniques

21 Decalcomania paint is forced into random textured patterns. Paint is placed between two canvas surfaces. The canvases are then pulled apart. Texture Techniques

22 Rubbings allow the viewer to see the texture of the object… Texture Techniques

23 Rubbings …you can make a rubbing of anything that has physical texture… Texture Techniques

24 Rubbings …rubbings need some roughness. Rubbing hard leaves ragged lines. Rubbing soft leaves fine, wavy lines. Use various materials to make rubbings. Texture Techniques

25 Resists offer an interesting effect to various types of artwork such as; collages, rubbings, watercolor paintings, and acrylic paintings… Texture Techniques

26 Resists …with wax or oil pastels like we use in art class, the degree to which it repels the paint depends on how much was applied. Some paint may collect in little drops on the surface of the wax, creating a textured effect rather than pure white… Texture Techniques

27 Resists …choose an interesting textured material. Do a rubbing with a colorless wax candle on rice, onion, parchment, tissue, crepe, or plain white drawing paper... Texture Techniques

28 Resists …brush a thin watercolor wash over the rubbing. Where there is candle wax or oil pastel the watercolor wash will be resisted, where there is plain paper the watercolor wash will be absorbed. Texture Techniques

29 Strokes Brush strokes and pencil strokes are other ways of creating 2 dimensional, visual textures. Texture Techniques

30 Strokes Texture Techniques

31 Montage Texture Techniques a special kind of collage, made from pieces of other pictures. Photographs are exciting ways of capturing 2 dimensional, visual textures…

32 Montage Texture Techniques …artists have the option of taking their own photographs as the artwork itself or cutting them up to use as part of a collage montage…

33 Montage Texture Techniques …another form of photograph an artist can use is those reproduced in magazines.

34 MIND MAP OF ELEMENTS So now add some interesting facts and examples of TEXTURE to your Mind Map of Elements You will have 15 minutes for this step.

35 Pass Out Ticket In the 2 pieces of artwork that are on the teachers table which is physical texture and which is implied texture? Describe the texture in each and how it was created?


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