Line- This is an example of line. The tree captured by the artist has dead parts hanging from it and demonstrates thin and thick lines.
Shape- This piece shows shape in the triangles on the building in the right side of the painting.
Form- This is an example of form because the artist sculpted this piece from sand; it has height, width, and depth, and it is three dimensional.
Value- This piece demonstrates value because of the shading and shadows used by the artist to create perspective.
Space-This piece is a great example of space because it shows both positive and negative space when it is flipped
Texture-This piece shows texture. You can see how the artist made it look like the buildings were made out of rope.
Color-There are many shades in the flowers of this painting and the petals are very vibrant.
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.
The Sand Museum
Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Korean Art Museum Association
The J. Paul Getty Museum
Urban Forms Gallery
Instituto Moreira Salles
Albany Institute of History & Art
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