Principles And Elements Of Art

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<ul><li>1.Principles and Elements of Art<br /></li></ul> <p>2. Elements<br />VLE<br /> A U<br />LINE<br />Color<br />T<br />E<br />X<br />T<br />U<br />R<br />E<br />Shape<br />S P A C E<br />3. Color<br />The Old Guitaristby Pablo Picasso, painted with oil on canvas<br />Color is the reflection of light, when hitting an object. There are three parts to color: Hugh (the name given to the color), Intensity (strength and vividness of the color) and Value (the lightness or darkness of a color)<br />4. Line<br />The Last Supper, by Leonardo DaVinci<br />Painted with tempera on stone wall<br />Line: a continuous mark. In art, used to define a space, create an outline or pattern, imply movement or texture and allude to mass or volume.<br />5. Shape<br />Robe violette et Anemones, by Henri Matisse<br />Oil on canvas<br />Shape: An enclosed space whose boundaries are defined by other elements of art such as line and color.<br />6. Space<br />Landscape with Butterflies, <br />by Salvador Dali<br />Oil on canvas<br />Space: distances or areas around, between or within components of a piece. Space may be either positive or negative, open or closed, shallow or deep, two or three dimensional.<br />7. Texture<br />Visual Music by Paul Klee<br />Oil on canvas<br />The visual feel or interpretation of medium on a two dimensional work. The literal feel of a three dimensional piece of work<br />8. Value<br />Portrait of FrdricBazille Painting The Heron with Wings Unfurled <br />by Pierre AugusteRenoir<br />Oil on canvas<br />Value: The lightness or darkness of a color.<br />9. Principles<br />BALANCE<br />Variety<br />Movement<br />EMPHASIS<br />UNITY<br />Repetition<br />PrOpOrTiOnS<br />10. Balance<br />The Two Fridas<br />By Frida Kahlo<br />Balance: elements arranged so that no one part overpowers the other. Three types of balance are symmetrical, asymmetrical and radial.<br />11. Unity<br />Starry Night<br />by Vincent Van Gogh<br />Unity: The arrangement of various elements of art to effectively complete the piece.<br />12. Movement<br />No Swimming by Norman Rockwell<br />Movement: the arrangement of elements of the arts to convey a sense of kinesthetic movement.<br />13. Proportion<br />The Statue of David <br />by Michael Angelo<br />Proportion: a measurement of the size and elements within a composition, so that it reflects either distorted reality or is actually realistic.<br />14. Repetition<br />Water Lilies <br />by Claude Monet<br />Repetition: demonstrates consistency with color and line.<br />15. Emphasis<br />The Kiss<br />By Gustav Klimt<br />Emphasis: occurs when elements or portions of the piece are given dominance over others.<br />16. Variety<br />Variety: utilizing different forms or types. May utilize a notable change in size, contrast, or color.<br />Marilyn by Andy Warhol<br /></p>