An object's shape and structiure, either in 2D or in 3D
The way in which an artist organizes the form in an artwork, either by placeing shapes on a flat surface or arranging forms in space.
The substance or agency in which an artist works, such as stone, or oil paint ....
The processes artists employ, such as applying paint to canvas with a brush.
One of the most important elements defining an artwork's shape or form.
When a continuous line defines an object's outer shape usually creating volume.
Te name of a color. Primary Color, Secondary Colors, and Complementary Colors.
Value or Tonality
The value or tonality of a color is the degree of its lightness or darkness.
Intesity or Saturation
The intesity or satuation of a color is tis purity, its brightness or dullness.
The boumded or boundless container of collections of objects.
are the bulk, density, and weight of matter in space.
Is the space thar oragnazies, divides, or encloses.
A formula for projecting an illusion of the 3D world onto a 2D surface.
All parallel lines or lines of projecton seem to converge on one, two, or three points located with reference to the eye level of the viewer (the horizon line), know as vanishing points, and associated objects are rendered smaller the farhter from the viewer they are intended to seem.
Atmospheric, or Arial Perspective
Creates the illusion of distance by the greater Diminution of color intensity, the shift in color toward an almost acutal blue, and the blurring of contours as the intended distance between eye and objects increase.
The use of perspective to repsrent in art the apparent visual conraction of an object that extends back in space at an angle to the prependicular place of sight.
Converns the relationships (in term of size) of the parts of persons, bulidings, or objects.
Light reveals all colors.
The themes or ideas in a work of art, as distinct from its form. Encompassing the story, or narrative.