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Element of Art - Line

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Element of Art - Line

  1. 1. Line [The path of a moving point made by a tool, instrument, or medium as it moves across an area.] A line is usually made visible because it contrasts in value with its surroundings. 3D lines can be made using strings, wire, tubes, solid rods, etc.
  2. 2. Lines are EVERYWHERE
  3. 3. Vertical Lines • These lines move up and down without a slant and have the appearance of height because they are perpendicular to the ground and extend upwards towards the sky
  4. 4. Horizontal Lines • These lines move right to left and suggest a feeling of calm or repose because objects parallel to the earth are at rest.
  5. 5. Diagonal Lines • Diagonal lines are neither vertical nor horizontal and convey a feeling of movement. Objects in diagonal position feel unstable because they are about to fall or are already in motion.
  6. 6. Curved Lines • The curve of a line can convey energy. Soft, shallow curves recall the curves of the human body and often have a pleasing, sensual quality.
  7. 7. Zig-Zag Lines • These lines slant and are diagonal lines connected at each point. These lines can portray action and excitement – even chaos.
  8. 8. Lines Can be IMPLIED…
  9. 9. Lines can be used to create emphasis
  10. 10. Project 2 Objectives: • To create a composition that explores a variety of line and shape type • To create a design that utilizes both negative and positive space • To create a non-objective design using shape and line only
  11. 11. Preliminary (Sketchbook) Work: Ten different line explorations Six compositional studies using shape Materials: -Black Markers of different sizes (careful of differing temperatures) -1 sheet 15x22” white watercolor paper (min. weight 140 lb). Your design can be vertical or horizontal, but should leave a 1.5” border on the sides, and 2” border on top and bottom.
  12. 12. • Process: Develop a design using simple geometric shapes such as squares, rectangles, circles and ellipses. Consider a variety of size and type of shape to create a dynamic composition. Consider the negative and positive space as you arrange the shapes and lines. Remember to utilize the edges of the design and to consider the rhythm and movement throughout. Check for rest areas, dead space and a focal point. Choose to develop symmetry or asymmetry. Explore different lines: horizontal, vertical, angular, perpendicular, etc. Make sure you have a balance of differing values throughout your composition. DUE: Feb 19

Notas del editor

  • Lichtenstein, Salvador Dali, Morris Louis, Matisse
  • Van Gogh, Hokusai
  • Picasso
  • Wyeth
  • Morandi
  • Edvard Much, Gustav Courbet, Grant Wood

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