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2 week lesson plan Weeks of September 16-20 and September 23-27 I CAN: UNDERSTAND THE ELEMENTS OF ART DRAW A PICTURE USING THE ELEMENTS OF ART. Elements of Art. What are the Elements of Art?. The elements of art are the basic visual symbols that an artist uses to create art.

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2 week lesson plan

Weeks of September 16-20 and September 23-27

I CAN:

UNDERSTAND THE ELEMENTS OF ART

DRAW A PICTURE USING THE ELEMENTS OF ART

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What are the Elements of Art?

The elements of art are the basic visual symbols that an artist uses to create art.

the elements of art
The Elements of Art

Color

Form

Line

Shape

Space

Texture

Value

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Color

  • The absorption or reflection of light by a surface.
  • We will discuss color theory and the psychological power of color in other notes.
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A mark drawn by a moving point.

Picture by Piet Mondrian

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When used in an artwork LINES can relate Feelings…………

VERTICAL LINES show dignity , strength , and formality

HORIZONTAL LINES feel calm, relaxed, and

comfortable.

DIAGONAL LINES show action and excitement!

They can make us feel tense and

uncomfortable!

ZIGZAG LINES can suggest action, nervous

excitement, and confusion.

CURVED LINES express graceful, flowing

movement.

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Line at work…

Above: Grant Wood, Stone City

Upper Right: Marcel Duchamp,Nude Descending a Staircase No. 2, 1912, oil on canvas,

Right: Geoff Slater, Wind on Passamaquoddy Bay

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Shape

Shape is the areaset off by one or more of

the art elements.

Shapes can be classified into two classes:

Geometric shapes are precise shapes that can be described using mathematical terms.

Organic shapes are irregular or uneven and are often found in nature.

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Shape at work…

Above: Pablo Picasso, The Three Musicians

Upper Left: Georgia O’Keeffe, Red Canna

Left: Curt Brock, Art Glass

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Form

Form is an object with three dimensions.

Form may be actual or a created illusion of three-dimensional space on a two-dimensional surface.

width

depth

Two-dimensional

Three-dimensional

heighth

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FORM

can refer to an actual 3-dimentional

object such as a sculpture or building

or a photo of the 3-dimensional object.

The White House

Statue of Liberty

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Value

Value is the degree of lightness or darkness of a color or hue.

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Space

Space is the distance or area between,

around, below, and within objects.

*There are two basic kinds of Space : positive and negative.

Positive space is the object itself;

Negative space is the area in and around the object.

negative

positive

negative

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Parts of Space

Negative

Positive Space-

The objects in the

Art work.

Negative Space-

The empty spaces

Between and

Behind the shapes

Positive

American Gothic

By

Grant Wood

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Space……………………

Artists use various technique to give the illusion of DEPTH in their

works of art. Some of these include :

1.= Overlapping

2.= Size

3.= Focus

4.= Placement

5.= Intensity and Value

6.= Linear Perspective

Lets take a look at some of these……………..

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Space……………

1.OVERLAPPING is when the artist has one shape in front of the other.

In this image by Mary Cassatt, In the Box, the girl in the foreground is “overlapping” the girl looking thru the binoculars.

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SPACE………………………………

SIZE = is making distant shapes smaller than closer ones.

In Van Gogh’s Terrace Cafe the objects in the background are

smaller than the ones in the foreground.

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FOCUS = Artists add more detail to objects in the foreground,

less detail to objects in the background.

Vincent van Gogh’s Irises are more distinct in the foreground than the background.

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Space…………………..

PLACEMENT: Artists also show space by placingdistant objects

Higher up on the picture (background) and closer ones lower down on the

picture ( middle ground and foreground).

Background

Middle ground

Foreground

We also must take into consideration that WARMcolors ADVANCE

While COOLcolorsRECEDE.

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SPACE…..

In this image by John Constable, we can see that objects farther away

Appear higher than those closer to us.

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Space…………….

Intensity and Value:

Artists often used colors lower in intensity and lighter in value for

objects in the distance.

In this artwork by Monet, we can see how the color becomes less

Intense and lighter in value.

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Space…………

Linear Perspective =

An artist uses slanted lines

on buildings and other objects so that they

appear to come together in the distance

and give the appearance of depth.

We can see in the following works how linear perspective draws

the viewer into the artwork.

Raphael, The School at Athens

Vincent van Gogh, Starry Night over the Rhone

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Texture

The way a surface looks or feels.

texture
Actual or real textures can be felt.

Implied textures refer to textures created in a painting and may not be felt.

Texture