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Elements and Principles of Art. Lesson. Introduction. Test. Introduction. Name : Kelsey Poorman Subject : Arts- Visual Arts Grade Level : Grade 1 Standard : Creative Expression and Communication

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elements and principles of art

Elements and Principles of Art

Lesson

Introduction

Test

introduction
Introduction
  • Name: Kelsey Poorman
  • Subject: Arts- Visual Arts
  • Grade Level: Grade 1
  • Standard: Creative Expression and Communication
  • Benchmark: Use the elements and principles of art as a means to express ideas, emotions and experiences.
  • Indicators:
  • Identify visual art elements and principles using art vocabulary.
  • Use selected art elements and principles to express a personal response to the world.
lesson
Lesson
  • What are the elements and principles of art?

The elements and principles of art are building

blocks for all visual art.

Knowing the elements and principles of design

provides students with the necessary vocabulary to

effectively analyze and discuss artwork.

the elements
The Elements
  • The underlying
  • structure or composition
  • in a work of art.

Form

Line

  • The path traced by a moving point.
  • Can be implied.
  • The shape or outline
  • of something in three dimensions.
  • Varying widths; heavy, thin
the elements1
The Elements
  • The general outline of something.
  • Primary: Red, Yellow & Blue

Shape

Color

  • Secondary: Orange, Purple & Green

Geometric:

  • Tint/shade

Organic:

the elements2
The Elements

Texture

  • The qualities of a surface.
  • Can be actual or implied
  • Soft or rough

Space

  • Created by the merging, touching and intersecting of lines.
  • Actual space- two or three dimensional
  • Pictorial space- flat surface of the paper, canvas or other material. Also known as picture plane.
  • Positive/negative
the principles
THE PRINCIPLES

Balance

  • The arrangement of a composition. When the eye is attracted equally to the various imaginary axes of a composition.

Unity

  • The arrangement of elements into a unified whole or oneness in a composition.
  • Rhythm, balance and

proportion help establish

unity.

the principles1
The Principles

Proportion

  • The size relationships within a composition.

Rhythm

  • Controlled movements
  • Beat and flow
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Question 1

What are the art elements?

Test

Space

Texture

Color

Shape

Form

Line

Balance

Rhythm

Unity

Proportion

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TEST

Question 2

What element or principle is strongest in this artwork?

Line

Texture

Unity

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TEST

Question 3

What are the primary colors?

Green

Purple

Yellow

White

Red

Blue

Red

Yellow

Blue

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Correct!

Next Question

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Correct!

Next Question

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Correct!

You Passed The Test Congratulations!

Resources

resources
Resources:

Hurwitz, D. & Day, M. (2007). Children and their art:

Methods for the elementary school. California: Thomson Wadsworth

Ohio Department of Education. Retrieved March 1, 2008 from http://www.ode.state.oh.us/GD/Templates/Pages/ODE/ODE DefaultPage.aspx?page=1.

For more on the elements and principles visit: Arts Connected.Org