Using Line, Shape and Pattern. Yr 6- Still Life with a Henri Matisse Twist. What are line, shape and pattern?. Line is the continuous path of a point along a surface. So, make a dot and then take it somewhere!.
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Yr 6- Still Life with a Henri Matisse Twist
Shape is an enclosed line. When you bring two ends of a line together you create a shape. There are two types of shapes: ORGANIC and GEOMETRIC.
A pattern is created when you repeat a design element. You can create patterns by repeating designs made from lines and shapes.
Matisse created a cheerful and happy mood with his paintings by using bright colors that popped off the canvas.
They became life-long friends and also rivals as they competed with each other for the title of the best artist in Europe.