3rd Grade Visual Art Elements of Art for the 3 rd grade Contour line Line design Organic line Structural lines Repetition The next few slides show examples of these Elements of art Contour line : Defines the outside edge of an object. C ontour line
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Organic lines: Are not something that can be identified as a shape, but have interesting line qualities. These are found in nature the following six slides are examples of some of them.
Organiclines are made more interesting when they are placed closer together to create a darker values and farther apart to create texture in the light areas.
Structural lines: Interior lines that show the objects unique construction. These examples show from simple to complex interior lines.
Label, list, name, define, relate, recall and use art making tools
Draw organic (bumpy) lines that illustrate, the variations found on the object’s edge,either imagined or real Illustrations.
Their nature selections of photos are great.
Discover, look at, investigate, experience and form ideas
Things made lager and bringing them forward gives the illusion of depth. Now you try it.
van Rijn Rembrandt shows depth.
One shape overlapping or in front of another shape shows depth. The shapes in front of the others look closer because they are bigger.
Using Value is another technique. The mountains farther away are lighter in value and the shapes close up darker in value and more intense in color.
These rings shows depth using overlapping and value.
Value: The relative darkness or lightness of a color.
Different values of color are used to show depth the rings farther away would be lighter in value and the rings up close would be darker and more intense in color.
Apply, construct, demonstrate, illustrate, evaluate and practice
Look for curved/straight, solid/broken, thick/thin lines in drawings or paintings.
Paintings can express line work.In the paintings by the artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec are great examples of interior line work as well as depth.
Can you find the line work in this painting?
Which person in this painting is closer and why?
Compare, contrast, distinguish, examine and incorporate.
Create personal petro glyphs using charcoal or chalk on paper or flat rocks.
Study, explore, seek, be creative, imagine and produce.
Examples of hand made books.
Show skill mastery for
grade level, give
others, and show art.
While listening to mood music employ contour line design and organic line to express an important idea, and write a short story about it.