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Element of Art - Line

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Element of Art - Line

  1. 1. Line a mark that spans a distance between two points (or the path of a moving point)
  2. 2. Lines are EVERYWHERE
  3. 3. There are FIVE types of line VERTICAL HORIZONTAL ZIG-ZAG DIAGONAL CURVED
  4. 4. Vertical Lines These lines move up and down without a slant and can give the appearance of height because they are perpendicular to the earth, extending upwards toward the sky.
  5. 5. Horizontal Lines These lines move right to left and suggest a feeling of rest or repose because objects parallel to the earth are at rest
  6. 6. Diagonal Lines Diagonal lines are neither vertical nor horizontal and convey a feeling of movement. Objects in a diagonal position feel unstable because they are either about to fall or are already in motion
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. Zig-Zag Lines These lines slant and are diagonal lines connected at each point. These lines can portray action and excitement.
  9. 9. Lines can be implied . . .
  10. 10. IMPLIED LINES Morandi, Giorgio Still Life
  11. 11. Note lines implied by directional gazes
  12. 12. Lines used to create emphasis
  13. 13. Lines are EXPRESSIVE

Notas del editor

  • Where do you see lines?
  • These lines can be used singularly or in combinations to serve different purposes in art. You can change the lengths and thicknesses for variety.
  • Now what types of lines do you see? What do you think they express?

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