Write at the top of each section: Your Name Block Elements of Art: Line Shape/FormSpace TextureValueColor NAME
In this lesson you will learn about the Elements of Art = the basic visual tools artists use when making an artwork. They are color, line, shape, form, texture, and space
Line = A mark with length and direction, a mark made by a moving point Can be real or implied. Can be long or short. Can be solid or broken. Can be thicker or thinner. Can be straight, wavy, zig-zag, bumpy, vertical, horizontal, diagonal, curved, bent, or spiral.
Abstract Melody by Gregorz ChojnackiGregorz Chojnacki Look for examples of Line
Create a design in the Line section Line Shape Space Texture Value Color a design that is interesting. Fills the section Uses line in at least 4 different ways.
Texture = the feel of the actual surface Appearance of roughness or smoothness of an object. Can be created using lines, shapes, and values.
Three Musicians by Pablo PicassoPablo Picasso Look for examples of texture
Young Hare by Albrecht DurerAlbrecht Durer Little Owl by Albrecht DurerAlbrecht Durer Look for examples of texture
Create a design in the Texture section Line Shape Space Texture Value Color A design that is interesting. Fills the section Uses texture in at least 4 different ways.
Shape/Form An enclosed space or area; shapes are 2D. Implied by an area of color Can be geometric or organic Forms are 3D.
The Codomas by Henri MatisseHenri Matisse Look for examples of shape
In the Shape section draw 3 geometric shapes, 3 organic shapes, and 1 3D form Line Shape Space Texture Value Color A design that is interesting. Fills the section Uses Shape in at least 4 different ways.
Value Lightness or darkness TINTS, made by adding white SHADES, made by adding black
Draw a value scale (light to dark) in the Value section Line Shape Space Texture Value Color Microsoft Click
Space Distance between lines and shapes, or the illusion of depth Shown by: –Converging lines –Overlapping shapes –Changing brightness of color –Position on the page –Decreasing size (foreshortening) –Use of shading and shadows Microsoft Click
Schweres Rot by Wassily KandinskyWassily Kandinsky Converging lines Position on the page Overlapping shapes Decreasing size
In the Space section Line Shape Space Texture Value Color Microsoft Click
Color Produced when light strikes an object and reflects back to the eyes
Please complete in class and submit for a quiz grade! Make sure your name is on both sheets.