10 Space Distance between lines and shapes, or the illusion of depth Shown by:Converging linesOverlapping shapesChanging brightness of colorPosition on the pageDecreasing size (foreshortening)Use of shading and shadows
11 An example of decreasing size, overlapping shapes, position on the page, change in brightness
12 Positive Space: FIGURE Positive Space: FIGURE. Space taken up by objects that the artist wants the viewer to see.Negative Space: GROUND. Space that is around the objects or the leftover, empty space.
13 Are the HANDS the positive or the negative space?
14 Texture Can be created using lines, shapes, and values. = the feel of the actual surfaceCan be created using lines, shapes, and values.Real texture = you can actually physically feel the texture of the artworkImplied texture = the artist created the texture, but you can not feel it.
23 Can you find each of the elements illustrated. [Color. Line. Shape Can you find each of the elements illustrated? [Color. Line. Shape. Form. Texture. value.]
24 In this lesson you will learn about the Principles of Art Contrast Proportion Movement Rhythm Emphasis Balance Unity
25 Principles of Design = the organization of a work of art RhythmMovementBalanceProportionVarietyEmphasisUnity
26 The Design Principles of Visual Arts help ORGANIZE the Elements of Art Remember the Elements?*line *texture*shape *space*color *value
27 Unity = everything fits together as a whole; AKA “harmony” Your work should not appear disjointed or confusing.Composition appears to be a whole not a collection of parts
28 Unity in the Elements of Art LineShapeTextureSpaceColorValue
29 Examples of UNITY/Harmony: WAYS TO CREATE UNITY:Simplicity, Repetition, closeness, Limited color scheme
30 VarietyVariety is the spice of life!!! = Differences in artwork; You can achieve variety by using different shapes, textures, colors and values in your work. WHY? Adds visual interest; keeps your eye looking; avoids boredom
32 Contrast = the arrangement of opposites in artwork This creates a focal point; adds interest & excitementWhat is the opposite of black?What’s the opposite of smooth?What’s the opposite of a straight line?
33 Contrast in the Elements of Art LineShapeTextureSpaceColorValue
34 Emphasis= One object or area that stands out or attracts attention, an area of interest that is importantAKA “focal point”Created with strong contrast, highlights, large sizeONLINE ACTIVITY:Find the FOCAL POINT!
36 Emphasis in the Elements of Art LineShapeTextureSpaceColorValue
37 See how RHYTHM is created = Repeating an element over and over in a work of art; similar to pattern;* like the beat of artworkTHINK: Music, dance -beat.* bum bum bumOccurs when movement is repeatedUsed to direct your eyeSee how RHYTHM is created
38 Rhythm in the Elements of Art LineShapeTextureSpaceColorValue
39 What is being repeated to create rhythm in this artwork?
40 MovementUsing the elements to direct the viewers eye along a certain pathWhat path does your eye follow in this painting?
41 Movement in the Elements of Art LineShapeTextureSpaceColorValue
42 Balance= a sense of stability in the body of work; a feeling of equal weight, looks like it’s been arranged well See Balance in Art
49 Proportion= (scale) refers to the relationships of the size of objects in a work of art. Artists learned that distorting or exaggerating proportion could alter the effect of a work on the viewer Artists can show what is important by changing the sizes of objects ** DRAW a person with an exaggerated feature