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Trimester 3 Concepts & Vocabulary 6 th Grade
Color Primary –Red, blue, yellow –Used to create ALL other colors Secondary –Green, orange, violet –A mixture of two primary colors
Complementary Colors Colors directly across from each other on the color wheel Make each other look brighter – strongest contrast between colors Mix together to create a dark neutral (gray or brown)
Warm & Cool Colors Warm –Yellow, orange, red –Associated with warm things, happy, vibrant –Come forward Cool –Blue, green, violet –Associated with cold things, sad, calm –Move back
Space How shapes are arranged in art work creates a sense of space Artists use space to create a composition (good use of space) Artists use specific things to create the sense of space (depth) in art work
Ways to Create the Illusion of Space Overlapping Size Placement Linear Perspective Shading Color & Detail Change (Aerial Perspective)
Overlapping – Drawing objects so parts are blocked by other objects, one will appear to be in front of the other
Placement – Objects higher on the picture plane appear to be farther away
Shading – Adding value and shadow to create the illusion of form
Size – Smaller objects will appear to be farther away than larger objects
Perspective Aerial Perspective – Change in color and level of detail – Farther away objects are lighter in color and less detailed than closer objects
Linear Perspective – Using a vanishing point and horizon line to create the illusion of distance, particularly useful with buildings
Steps for Creative Problem Solving Think Plan Do
Olor PRIMARY colors are the colors from which other colors are made. Mixing two primary colors creates a SECONDARY color. Mixing a primary colors with.
Elements of Design.
Elements and Principles of Art
ART ELEMENTS The “building blocks” of art. The tools by which we make art.
COLORCOLOR INTENSITY: How bright or dull a color appears PRIMARY COLORS: Red/Yellow/Blue WARM COLORS: Advance Objects appearing larger and closer to you.
ELEMENTS OF ART Line, Shape & Form, Color, Value, Texture, Space.
Building blocks of creating and interpreting Art.
Elements of Art Review. What is Value? Value The lightness or darkness of a color.
Color (Element) Types of color What is color used for Ways colors are mixed Interpretations of color (Expression ).
ILLUSION OF DEPTH.
Color Theory Review. Color Theory Quiz 1. What is a primary color? a.Any color of the rainbow. b.A color made from mixing two others. c.A color that.
6 th Grade Art & Introduction to Art. HUE: is the color we see (such as red) VALUE: is the lightness or darkness of a color (maroon is a dark value.
Elements of Art The basic parts of an artwork.. Elements of art Line Shape Form Color Texture Value Space.
Art I. The 5 Elements of Design The 5 Elements of Design ColorLineShapeSpaceTexture.
Art Elements Color. COLOR is light reflected off objects.
Basic components or building blocks
Artist’s tricks to show space in art work!
COLOR An exciting ELEMENT of ART Which depends on REFLECTED LIGHT.
ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE 6 TH GRADE VISUAL ARTS. ELEMENTS OF ART… 2.
Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Indigo Violet. Colors are created from natural pigments found in minerals. Minerals are ground into fine powders then combined.
Begin on page 256 and define each term. Color wheel Primary colors Secondary colors Tertiary/intermediate colors Hue Value Shade Tint Intensity Neutral.
Color Schemes. Basic Color Theory O Primary Colors- Red, Yellow, and Blue. Primaries are mixed together to make all other colors. O Secondary Colors-
Basic Colors from which all other colors are made. These 3 colors are equally spaced.
COLOR DESIGN’S MOST EXCITING ELEMENT. Hue Value Intensity COLOR HAS THREE DIMENSIONS OR QUALITIES:
Review Depth, Shape, Texture. The Elements of Art Line Value Shape – NOTAN COLLAGE Form Space – 1 POINT PERSPECTIVE Texture - WEAVE Color These are the.
ART THAT HAS NO RECOGNIZABLE OBJECTS NON-OBJECTIVE.
Elements of Design “Design” is a visual plan you can use to create your project. Everything you see has a design. The elements of design are important.
Elements of Art (pages 32-36)
Decorating Living Space: Interior Design Unit. Elements of Design Space Line Form Texture Color.
The Color Wheel. THE COLOR WHEEL REDORANGEYELLOWGREENBLUEVIOLET.
Color Theory. What is Color Theory? A body of practical guidance to color mixing The visual impact of specific color combinations.
Elements of Art The elements are… Line Shape Form Value Color Space Texture.
Color The Elements of Art TheVirtualInstructor.com.
Begin on page 259 and take notes on the terms below. Be sure to leave space between terms in order to add to your notes when we review. 1. Warm colors.
+ COLOR. + The Color Wheel Color Is the visual quality of objects created by the amount of light they reflect or absorb.
Learning a Visual Vocabulary Elements of Art Principles of Art.
Linear and Non-Linear Perspective SPACE. SPACE/PERSPECTIVE Space- The distance or area between or around things Perspective- Representing a volume of.
Color Element of Art. Color There must be light for us to see color.
Creating an Illusion of Depth. Diagonals and Linear perspective - we perceive diagonal lines as receding into the distance. The diagonal lines in this.
Color Schemes. Def.: Groupings of colors that produce satisfying effects.
ELEMENTS OF ART Building Blocks.
What is color? To have color there must be light. Sir Isaac Newton determined this fact in the mid-1600’s when he proved that light is the source of all.
THE HAMILTON SPECTATOR DESIGN-A- DRESS PROGRAM PowerPoint Presentation 3 Elements of Design: Colour.
October 21, 2014 Entry task: Explain ROY G BIV. Target: Identify color names and physical features.
Color Schemes Color combinations. Color Vocabulary: Color – element of art that is seen by the way light reflects off a surface. Color can be used to.
Line Shape Color Value Texture Space Form Line is the path of a moving point There are three ways to change line:
the relationship between colors Primary Colors: colors that cant be made by mixing other colors (red, yellow, blue) Secondary Colors: Colors made.
The Colors of the Wheel. Primary colors - red, yellow and blue (colors that cannot be created by mixing other colors) Secondary colors - orange, green.
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