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  1. Elements of Art

  2. The Elements of Art Point ~ the smallest element, the center, a dot

  3. The Elements of Art Line~ a never ending series of points, the edge of a shape, a directional force

  4. The Elements of Art Shape~ an area of space that is trapped by a closed line • Organic - natural, curvy • Geometric - angular, measurable

  5. The Elements of Art Form~ a collection of shapes that create a 3-D object or the illusion of a 3-D object

  6. Point, Line, Shape, Form • Points become Lines • Lines become Shapes • Shapes become Forms • Forms are 3 Dimensional

  7. Georges Seurat: “Sunday at the Park”Points in a Painting: Pointillism

  8. Pablo Picasso “Mother and Child” 1922 Follow the bold black lines in this painting beginning at the bottom right corner to the top left.

  9. Picasso “Three Musicians” 1921 • What type of shapes does the artist use here; organic or geometric? • What do you think the subject of this abstract collage?

  10. Picasso: “Guernica” 1937 Identify points, lines and shapes. What do you think the subject is in this work of art?

  11. Now, What about Color? • Hue - Pure Color • Value - Light to Dark • Intensity -Brightness

  12. Natural ColorDiego Rivera “Flower Festival” 1925 • Colors from the natural world, colors that you see in nature, colors that would be realistic.

  13. Expressive ColorHuichol Yarn Painting • Colors chosen for their brilliance, colors chosen because of their impact

  14. Texture • Texture - the way something feels or appears that it would feel

  15. Space Ansel Adams “Moon Over Half Dome” 1960 • Space - the spaces in and around the objects in a work of art, positive or negative

  16. Contemporary ArtistDale Leys

  17. Dale Leys: “Junior Microscope”

  18. Dale Leys: in his studio