Presentation on theme: "LINE Vertical lines can be used to express an orderly feeling, horizontal lines can give a feeling of peace and stillness, diagonal lines are used to."— Presentation transcript:
LINE Vertical lines can be used to express an orderly feeling, horizontal lines can give a feeling of peace and stillness, diagonal lines are used to create feelings of movement. A mark that is made on a surface, lines are the first element of art. Lines can be used to express various things or feelings; Lines can be used in various ways to create different compositions.
The tone refers to the changes in the base colour, this is also determined by how much light is reflected or absorbed by any surface. Various intensities of tone could be the highlights, midtones or shadows.
Colour always has three characteristics; hue, tone and the intensity. Hue means the shades (Red, yellow or pink), tone refers to the lightness or the darkness and intensity refers to the brightness or dullness of the colour.
The texture is the quality of a surface, lines and shading can be used to create different textures.
Decorative arrangement. A design, motif or decoration, especially formed from regular repeated elements.
A shape always has two dimensions, length as well as width. This is represented as an enclosed area that is defined by colour, tone or texture. When lines form together, they form shapes. Shapes can be geometrical, rectangles, ovals and squares.
A form always has three dimensions; length, width and height. Examples of such would be cubes, pyramids, spheres or even cylinders, form has depth as well as height.
LINE Vincent Van Gogh (1853 -1890) Dutch Self portrait 1887 Piet Mondrian(1872 –1944) Dutch Blue and red 1932-42
Max Beckmann (1884-1950) German “Self-Portrait in Tuxedo” 1927 Banksy 1970 ish British "Tourist Information" 2005
Andy Warhol (1928-1987) American “Marilyn Munroe” 1962 Edvard Munch 1863 -1944 Norwegian “The Scream” 1893
YELLOW BLUE ORANGE BLACK RED GREEN PURPLE ORANGE
Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) American “No5” 1948 Claude Monet (1840 –1926) French “Bridge Over a Pond of Water Lilies” 1899
M C Escher (1898-1972) Dutch “Reptiles” 1943 Gustav Klimt (1862 –1918) Austrian “The Kiss” 1907
Keith Haring (1958-1990) Pennsylvania "Andy Mouse" 1986 Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) Spanish “Weeping Woman” 1937
Kurt Wenner American “Gear of war 2” 2006 Andy Warhol (1928-1987) American “Campbell's Soup” (Tomato) 1968