2 Elements of Art Line- a dot that went for a walk Shape- a flat area, such as a circle or a square, that has clear boundariesForm- a three-dimensional (3-D) object, such as a cube or a ball, form may also be depicted on a 2-D surface.Color- what is see when waves of light strike the parts of your eye.Texture- the way a surface feels or looks like it would feel such as smooth, rough, or bumpy.Space- an empty surface or area. Also, the areasurrounding something.Value- the lightness or darkness of colors.
6 ColorPrimary- a gift from mother nature that can not be made by mixing any other 2 colors- used to make every other color- red, yellow, blueSecondary- 2 primary colors mixed together-red + yellow= orangeblue + red = violetyellow + blue = greenWarm- make you feel happy or excited- red, orange, yellowCool- sad or sleepy- blue, violet, greenComplimentary- colors that look good together and are opposite each other on the color wheel- red/green, blue/orange, yellow/violet
15 Color + its compliment = shade ValueColor + white = tintColor + black = shadeOrColor + its compliment = shade
16 Principles of DesignsPattern- repeated colors, lines, shapes, or textures in an artwork.Contrast- showing the difference between two unlike things, such as a dark color and a light color, to create interestBalance- The arrangement of the elements, in a work of art, used to make the artwork feel equal (like balancing a scale)Emphasis- it is the importance given to a certain object or area in an artwork and is used to attract the viewers eye
18 Subject MatterStill Life- An artwork showing an arrangement of objects that cannot move on their own, such as fruit or flowersPortrait- a work of art created to show a person or group of peopleLandscape- a drawing, painting or photograph that shows outdoor scenery such as trees, lakes, mountains, and fields.
19 Vincent Van Gogh, Still Life with Carafe and Lemons, 1888