ELEMENTS OF VISUAL ARTS

Elements Of Arts

If you take a piece as large as a pea on an art piece and you are able to identify a point, a

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2D Dots

Definition of a 2D dot: A 2D dot is any small sign or small mark. Nature of

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3D Dots

The 3D dot is seen and touched. The eye interprets a small relief, a small hole

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2D Lines

The 2D line is the trajectory of a point that moves in the bi-dimensional space. It

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3D Lines

The 3D line is seen and felt with the fingers, the wire, the rope, the interstice between 2 boards, a

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2D Figure/Shape

Representation of something or someone, or simply the outline of its silhouette

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3D Form / Volume

A volume is a three-dimensional, figurative or abstract form which has a width,

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Colors

For artistic production, color is the coloring matter or the colors used with diffe

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Tones

For artistic production, the tone is the non-coloring material of the different ma

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Visual Texture

The visual texture is associated with how it visually makes a smooth surface or

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3D Values

In evaluating a 3D work of art, the tendency is to limit the appreciation of value

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2D Values

Degree of light to dark color or tone. Their mixtures as they are affect their degr

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Tactile Texture

The tactile texture, it is intrinsic to the quality and quantity of the material of a

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TECHNIQUES

PRINCIPLES OF ARTS

Perspective

PERSPECTIVE

Perspective is a phenomenon that affects the distance vision of objects – or the different appearances (representations) of objects – according to the place occupied. It makes it possible to represent any volume, including nature, on a two-dimensional support (paper sheet, cardboard, cloth, etc.). It is thus possible to represent everything more or less far

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Movement

MOVEMENT

Movement is change of position in the space as a function of time. Actual Movement Art that consists of works, in 2D or 3D, completely or partially in action. Air, engine, sun or spectator may cause these movements. Static Movements * Suspended movement: Representation of a time fixed in a movement, i.e. a movement stopped. A movement suggested in

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Principles

PRINCIPLES OF ARTS

The “Principles Of Art” are the other terms used in the arts. They refer to the whole of the work of art either in 2 or in 3 dimensions. They are recognized by their way to be an integral part of the masterpiece the words used to describe them are very visual and almost reserved to

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Equilibre

BALANCE, HARMONY, UNITY, SYMMETRY, ASYMMETRY (not always balanced)

There is no point in racking our head during the analysis of a work of art by separating balance, unity and harmony. When an artwork is balanced, there is an impression of order or agreement between the different elements and/or objects that make up the composition. The relations between the parts of an artwork is

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EMPHASIS AND DOMINANCE

The dominance is an emphasis, but the emphasis is not necessarily a dominance. Here is why… The emphasis is obtained by the importance of the elements into the principles of arts.. This is often created by contrast. Example 1: The contrast of dots or black lines on a white background, as in the exercise of drawing patterns

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VARIETY

The artist determines what the center of interest of the art work will be, and composes the elements accordingly. Her/His way to express with different dots, lines, figures/shapes  2D, 3D forms/volumes, colours, values, shades or textures by juxtaposition, multiplication, division, combination, amplification or whatever, adds the interest of the chosen principle(s) of art. The artist

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PROPORTION, SCALE

Proportion is the report of magnitude between the parts of a whole and/or between several elements of an animal, vegetable and mineral life and/or the objects that surround us. Regardless, the comparison is based on its own scale. The proportion describes the size or quantity of material. It refers to the relative size, quantity measured or relative magnitude against a standard.

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Repetition, Rhythm, Pattern

REPETITION, RHYTHM, PATTERN

Differences between Repetition, rhythm and pattern… Are they part of the same family? Repetition: A repeated 2D or 3D item of the artistic expression. Doesn’t necessarily have a pattern or rhythm. Pattern: A combination of 2D and 3D elements of artistic expression repeated on a periodic and regular basis. Rhythm: A combination of 2D and 3D elements of artistic expression repeated with

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