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ELEMENTS OF ART ADVANCED ART. What are the elements of art?. L ittle S ally F rom C arrollton V omits T omato S oup. Little = Line Sally = Shape From = Form Carrollton = Color Vomits = Value Tomato = Texture Soup = Space. So how do we remember the elements?. L INE

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Little Sally From Carrollton Vomits Tomato Soup

Sally = Shape

From = Form

Carrollton = Color

Vomits = Value

Tomato = Texture

Soup = Space

LINE

Continuous mark made on some surface by a moving point. It may be two dimensional, like a pencil mark on a paper. The path a dot makes traveling through space.

Types of lines:

1. vertical

2. horizontal

3. diagonal

4. curved

5. zig-zag

LINE - VERTICAL

LINE - HORIZONTAL

LINE - DIAGONAL

Mark Pease

LINE - CURVED

Alex Rubio

LINE – ZIG-ZAG

Tristan Rennie, Kevin Burke, Ozzie Ausband, Dave Ruel, and Steve Alba.

• Shape

• A shape always has two dimensions, length as well as width.

• Types of shape:

• 2D

• Organic

• Geometric

Shape – 2D - Organic

Sandra Howard

Shape – 2D - Geometric

Metatron’s Cube

• FORM

• A form always has three dimensions; length, width and depth.

• 3D

• Organic

• Geometric

FORM – 3D - Organic

Jessica Rosenkrantz

Philip Starck

FORM – 3D - Geometric

Gerrit Rietveld

• COLOR

• Is an element of art with three properties

• Hue, the name of the color, e.g. red, yellow, etc.

• Intensity or  the purity and strength of the color such as bright ness or dullness.

• Value, or the lightness or darkness of the color.

• Types of color:

• Primary

• Secondary

• Intermediate

• Complementary

• Analogous

• Monochromatic

Color – Primary

Color – Secondary

They are made by mixing two primary colors together.

Color – Intermediate

They are made by mixing a primary and a secondary color together.

Color – Complementary

Colors directly across from each other.

Color – Analogous

palette of compatible color combinations that blend well together. They are neighbors on the color wheel.

Color – Monochromatic

Monochromatic colors are all the colors (tints, tones and shades) of a single hue.

Robert McKay

Tint is the mixture of a color with white, which increases lightness.

Shade is the mixture of a color with black, which reduces lightness.

• VALUE

• Value is the range from white to black or light to dark.

• Types of value:

• High value is on the light end of the scale and suggests tinting.

• Low value is on the dark end of the scale and suggests toning.

VALUE – High value

Low value

Chuck Close

• Texture

• Types of texture:

• Tactile

• Visual (implied)

TEXTURE - Tactile

TEXTURE – Visual (Implied)

Lucian Freud

• SPACE

• Types of texture:

• Positive

• Negative

SPACE