Art Element gallery

Art element: use of lines

The use of lines here is used to display a realistic illustration. These lines are very proportional making the illustration look so real.
The definition of the lines here allows for the shadows to display the levels of the staircase to appear 3 dimensional, rather than flat.
The use of lines here is so intricate allowing for the stones to shine as they are at the center of theses defined lines.
The lines here are used to almost emphasize the true shape of the object. The lines are used to define the edges and to see the exactness of the curves.
The lines in this piece are not only seen in the defined black shapes and lines, but too in the horizontal strokes of the colored paint allowing for another dimension to be portrayed.
Although the lines here are more simple, they allow the observer to make their own assumptions about what the artist is trying to display. For example, this could be a road with a sidewalk, or something completely different.
Here, the artist uses lines to portray the image of a face. Although one may not understand who or what this character is, we can understand that it is a face of some kind, obviously with much meaning for the artist.
In this piece, there are many lines going in all different directions making the piece seem very busy. When you look closer at the piece, one can further understand that the lines allow for multiple people of figures to be expressed as their own self.
Again, this piece seems very busy with all the different lines and shapes. However when one looks closer at this, we can see that some of the lines separate the overall picture. As one though, we can see that this art piece is of some sort of a landscape design.
The lines in this piece are truly unique. In this art form, we see the "bones" or true structure of the building. Once the walls go up, in reality all we see is the building as a whole piece. This allows us to really respect a building for what it is and how it is made.
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