Presentation on theme: "STANDARD 4: The Elements of Art"— Presentation transcript:
1STANDARD 4: The Elements of Art The basic components or tools of visual communication. What we use to “make” art.
2What are the Elements of Art? LineShapeFormValueTextureSpaceColor
3Standard 4 The Elements of Art Standard 4.1: I can define, recognize and use LINES.Standard 4.2: I can define, recognize and use SHAPES.Standard 4.3: I can define, recognize and use FORMS.
4Standard 4 The Elements of Art Standard 4.4: I can define, recognize and use VALUE.Standard 4.5: I can define, recognize and use TEXTURE.Standard 4.6: I can define, recognize and use SPACE.Standard 4.7: I can define, recognize and use COLOR.
5Standard 4.1 LineElement of Art which refers to the mark(s) made on a surface by a moving point.
6Line…There are three basics “types” of LINE.1: Straight Line: A line running directly between two points with no curves or turns.
7Line…2: Curved or Curvy: A line that changes direction gradually.
8Line…3: Zig-Zag: A line that makes sudden or sharp changes in direction.
9Line…In addition to the three basic types of line, we can also categorize lines by what direction they are running…HorizontalVerticalDiagonal
10Line…There is one last category called IMPLIED LINES. This is because these lines are made up of smaller line segments that our brain interprets as one long line.………………………………………………………………………………Dotted/ Dashed
11There are also different properties or characteristics of line… LengthWidthAnd these characteristics are RELATIVE.
122 basic types Organic Geometric Standard 4.2 Shape Element of Art that refers to an enclosed area of two-dimensional space defined by its external edge. Has HEIGHT and WIDTH2 basic typesOrganicGeometric
13Geometric Shapes:Mechanical. Have a mathematical basis for their configuration. Follow an ordered set of rules.squarerectanglepentagoncircletriangle
14Shapes that occur in nature. Free form. OrganicShapes that occur in nature. Free form.
16Standard 4.3 FORM Depth Width The Element of Art that refers to the three dimensional quality of art.Has Height Widthand DepthEncloses VolumeDepthHeightWidth
17Just like shape, there are two types of form… Geometric- Forms that are mechanical, mathematicalOrganic- Forms that occur in nature; Free forms,
18What forms correspond with these shapes? What is the 3-dimensional form of the:CIRCLESQUARETRIANGLEIf I lay my hand flat on a piece of paper and draw around it, I have created a shape. What is that shapes corresponding form?
37Implied or Visual Texture How a surface looks like it feels. What you think a surface would feel like if you could touch it.The Conversion of Saint PaulCaravaggio, 1601, Oil on Canvas
38Space Standard 4.6Refers to the area around, between, above, below or within objects or forms in a piece of artwork.2 typesPositive and Negative
39The primary images, objects or forms in a piece of artwork. Positive SpaceThe primary images, objects or forms in a piece of artwork.
40Negative SpaceThe areas around 2-D or 3-D shapes or forms which defines those objects. The background.
41Size: The smaller an object is, the farther away it appears. There are seven methods artist use to create the illusion of SPACE (Depth)Size: The smaller an object is, the farther away it appears.Position: The higher on the picture plane an object is the farther away it appears.