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Analysis of Visual Art Sensory Properties Formal Properties Expressive Properties Technical Properties A. Sensory Properties Line / Edge Shape / Form Color Texture 1. Line / Edge in two-dimensional art = the mark left by a moving point or a succession of connected points

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analysis of visual art
Analysis of Visual Art
  • Sensory Properties
  • Formal Properties
  • Expressive Properties
  • Technical Properties
a sensory properties
A. Sensory Properties
  • Line / Edge
  • Shape / Form
  • Color
  • Texture
1 line edge
1. Line / Edge
  • in two-dimensional art = the mark left by a moving point or a succession of connected points
  • in three-dimensional art = the boundary of a given form or mass
line edge characteristics
Line / Edge Characteristics
  • Direction (horizontal, vertical, perpendicular, curving, radial, meandering)
  • length (long, short, continuous, broken)
  • width (thick, thin, tapering)
  • boundaries [fuzzy, blurred, sharp]
2 shape form
2. Shape / Form
  • Shape = 2 dimensional art (an area with width and height)
  • Form = 3 dimensional art (an area with height, width, and depth)
shape form characteristics
Shape/Form Characteristics
  • Regular, irregular, graduated
  • Geometric Shape (circle, square, rectangle, polygon)
  • Geometric Form (sphere, cylinder, pyramid)
  • Organic (plant, animal, human)
3 color
3. Color
  • character of a surface as the result of the wavelengths of light it reflects or absorbs
color characteristics
Color Characteristics
  • Hue (red, yellow, blue; orange, green, violet]
  • Value [light, dark]
  • Intensity [bright, dull]
  • monochromatic / polychromatic
  • primary / secondary
4 texture
4. Texture
  • actual tactile quality of a surface
  • visual illusion of tactile qualities on a flat surface
texture characteristics
Texture Characteristics
  • Smooth, Rough, Bumpy, Abrasive
  • Soft, Hard
  • Solid, Flimsy
  • Wet, Dry
  • impasto
b formal properties
B. Formal Properties
  • Balance
  • Repetition / Rhythm
  • Dominance / Submission
1 balance
1. Balance
  • controlled tension established by shapes depending on variables such as:
  • - placement
  • - size
  • - spacing
  • - proportion
  • - direction
balance characteristics
Balance Characteristics
  • symmetrical / asymmetrical
  • formal / informal
  • structured / intuitive
2 repetition rhythm
2. Repetition /Rhythm
  • perceptible sequences of identical or similar material
repetition rhythm characteristics
Repetition / Rhythm Characteristics
  • Duple (recurring groups of two]
  • Triple [recurring groups of three]
  • Mixed [recurring mixtures of duple/triple]
3 dominance submission
3. Dominance / Submission
  • highly accentuated vs. recessive focus of attention
  • established by contrast with what appears around the element
c expressive properties
C. Expressive Properties
  • Happy
  • Sad
  • Hurt
  • Angry
  • Fearless
  • Afraid
  • Interested
  • State of Dynamism
d technical properties
D. Technical Properties
  • Media
  • Technique
  • Tool
  • Product
1 media
1. Media
  • Clay, Acrylic
  • Dye, Ink
  • Pencil, Charcoal
  • Stone, Feathers, Wood, Grasses, Skin
  • Minerals, Blood, Hair, Seeds/Berries, Gourds, Sticks
2 technique
2. Technique
  • Blending
  • Carving
  • Tie-Dye
  • Cross-Hatching
  • Weave
  • Assemble / Subtract
3 tool
3. Tool
  • Ruler
  • Potter’s Wheel
  • Brush
  • Chisel
  • Knife
  • Finger
  • Fiber
  • Stone
4 product
4. Product
  • Drawing
  • Painting
  • Collage
  • Sculpture
  • Architecture
  • Ceramic
  • Mosaic