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Title: THE ELEMENTS


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THE ELEMENTS OF ART
What are they?
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What are the elements of art?
There are seven elements of art (line, shape,
texture, value color and form. You can not have
art without using one of them. Why know them?
enables us to (1) describe what an artist has
done, (2) analyze what is going on in a
particular piece and (3) communicate our thoughts
and findings using a common language
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TEXTURE
FORM
LINE
SHAPE
SPACE
COLOR
VALUE
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The path of a moving point at the edge of a flat
shape, or outline of a solid object. It is
longer than it is wider.Lines do have some width
as well as length, this is called measure. Types
of line refers to straight, curvy, horizontal,
vertical, diagonal, zigzag, implied, and angular.
Direction pertains to the movement that a line
may have or seem to indicate. Location refers to
the placement of a line.
LINE
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SHAPE
Shape is a two-dimensional area made by
connecting lines that establish the contour of an
object. Shapes may be positive or negative,
biomorphic or geometric. Shapes may stand out
also by a difference of value, color, or texture.
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FORM
The three dimensional projection of a shape, it
has volume, dimension, appears to have mass. This
element is frequently used in sculpture. It may
also refer to the overall organization of the
work of art, as a second meaning.
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VALUE
The appearance of lights and darks found in a
work of art. These range from black to white
with numerous shades of gray in between.
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COLOR
The character of a surface created by the
response of vision to the wavelength of light
reflections. It identifies objects, creates
moods, and affects emotions. (warm, cool,
primary, secondary, intermediate, analogous, and
complementary).
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TEXTURE
The roughness or smoothness of a surface.
Texture can be real, tactile(sandpaper), or
illusion (looks soft, but not).
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SPACE
Interval of measurable distance between
pre-established points. Space can be limited or
shallow, or extended or deep in design.
Two-dimensional space has height and width.
Three-dimensional space has height, width,
volume, and time. Deep--foreground, middle
ground, background. Shallow--foreground and
background.
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THE ELEMENTS OF ART
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