Presentation on theme: "A Walk in the Park 11 Elements & Principles of Art By Evan Shroyer."— Presentation transcript:
A Walk in the Park 11 Elements & Principles of Art By Evan Shroyer
How many lines can you spot?
SHAPE What are shapes? Shapes are created by lines touching and intersecting each other. The forms inside shapes are called positive shapes The empty space around shapes are called negative space.
What shapes are shown here?
COLORCOLOR Color has three parts: 1. Hue, the name of the color 2. Value, or how light or dark the color is 3. Intensity, the brightness or dullness of the color
What colors do you see?
How is space used to show the basketball court at this park?
TEXTURE Texture includes rough, smooth, bumpy, jagged, or slick!
What words can you use to describe the textures on this tree?
PATTERN Created by parallel lines that crisscross to create a plaid effect
V A R I E T Y VS. RE PE TI TI ON Everything is unique in variety! Repetition organizes variety!
Can you see variety in the shapes?
Does this picture show repetition? Why or why not?
EMPHASIS & DOMINATION- SUBORDINATION… …one object stands out above the others.
How does this picture demonstrate emphasis?
Can you name all of the symmetrical elements on this teeter-totter?
The 11 Principles & Elements of Art Line ________ Shape Color Space Texture Pattern Line ________ Shape Color Space Texture Pattern Repetition Emphasis Balance Symmetry Variety Repetition Emphasis Balance Symmetry Variety