Examples of Elements of Art
Color, shape, line, texture, space, form, value
The artist uses a variety of line techniques to give detail to the objects in the work. There are diagonal, vertical, and horizontal lines used in both hatching and cross hatching.
This is an example of shape. The composition is made up of overlapping squares and free form shapes.
This is an example of color. The artist used a variety of colors. The colors are vibrant and make the people figures pop out. The dominant colors might be red or green.
This piece is an example of space. The artist uses perspective, specifically one point perspective, to portray the illusion of depth in the work.
Van Gogh is an artist who uses a lot of texture in his work. His brush strokes in different directions add detail and uniqueness to his paintings. This landscape captures movement very well.
This is an example of value. The artist shows depth and form by using different values. The grass is a darker value while the hands have a lighter value
This is an example of form. The artist uses different colors and values to show the craters in the moon. They appear to be sticking out and curving in.
Credits: All media
This user gallery has been created by an independent third party and may not always represent the views of the institutions, listed below, who have supplied the content.
Yale Center for British Art
Museo Nacional de Arte
Fundación Universidad de las Américas Puebla
Korean Art Museum Association
Minneapolis Institute of Art
Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields
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