Dictionary Definition- The class of objects subject to aesthetic criteria; works of art collectively, as paintings, sculptures, or drawings: a museum of art; an art collection.
Step 1: The Seven Elements- Line
-Line can represent emotion.
-There are two general types of line. They are stated and not stated. Stated is physically drawn, painted, or made. Unstated is not drawn, but implied.
-There is horizontal, vertical, diagonal, curved, and zig-zag.
- Horizontal line can represent calmness.
-Vertical line represents strength.
-Diagonal line represents movement.
-Curved line represents gracefulness.
- Zig-zag represents excitement.
Step 2: Shape
-There are two types of shape. They are geometric and free form.
- Geometric shapes are basic. They include squares, triangles, circles, and rectangles.
- Free form shapes are any type of unusual shape that is not basic. These include clouds, flowers, or anything really.
Step 3: Form
- There are two types of form. They are geometric and free form.
- Yes, form is the same in shape, its just 3D.
Step 4: Space
-A doughnut is a good example because it takes up both space and implied space.
Step 5: Color
- There are many colors.
- Contrasting colors are colors that are straight across from each other on the color wheel. These usually go well with eachother.
- The primary colors are red,yellow, and blue.
-There are warm and cool colors.
-Warm colors include reds, oranges, yellows, and purples.
-Cool colors include blues, greens, and purples.
- Neutral colors are usually browns.
Step 6: Value
- Lighter colors stand for calm or sad.
-Darker colors stand for excitement, or anger.
- Another word for value is hue.
-Value is usually in black, gray, or white.
Step 7: Texture
-Texture can be on anything.
- Here is a good example of texture.
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