Key Art Words

27 May
SKETCHING CONTOUR
PENCIL CHALK
PASTELS CHARCOAL
ART HISTORY ART APPRECIATION
ART CRITICISM AESTHETICS
EDGES AND INTERIORS OF FORMS CONTINUOUS AND SEARCH LINE
VOLUME ILLUSION OF SPACE
OVERLAPPING THIN AND THICK LINES
EXPRESSIVE LINES PATTERN
TEXTURE – TEXTURAL PATTERN EXPRESSING EMOTION
Quality of line  Implied lines – edges of buildings, boxes, objects
Nervous energy
Emotional quality of line
Heavy, dark lines emphasize and communicate loss and despair

Lines can give an exciting sensation, 

Vertical lines – strong and bold
Curved lines – rhythmic and graceful
Bold pattern

Repetition

Different lines create different sensations

Horizontal lines  – calm and restful
Shiver with motion
Joan Miro’s paintings contain playful, colorful organic shapes
Poem paintings with written texts

Poem paintings with written texts

Now do you want an explanation of all these…stay tuned for the next inserts in the blog.

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