Elements of color by Mariam mikho

This google gallery will focus on the elements of art and color which are: Primary Triadic, Secondary Triadic, Tertiary Triadic, Tetradic Analogous, Complementary, Split-Complementary, Warm, Cool, and Monochromatic.

This is a primary triadic piece, because it has the three primary colors which are blue, yellow, and red.
This image is secondary triadic because it has green, purple, and orange colors.
This is an example of tertiary triadic because it has colors like yellow-orange in the moon, and it also has blue and a little bit of green in it.
This image shows tetradic colors because it has colors such as red, blue, and yellow, also on the color wheel these colors form a triangle.
This image shows analogous colors because the darker blue and the lighter blue are next to each other on the color wheel, and these colors are in harmony with each other.
This is an example of complementary colors, because it has colors that are opposite like blue and orange also red and green
This picture can represent split complementary, because it has colors like blue, yellow, and purple. These colors form a triangle on the color wheel.
This image shows warm colors because the colors are hot and similar to a fire, in this image there are colors like read, yellow, and orange.
This image shows cool colors because it has many different shades of blue and some greens, this image has no yellow or red colors; therefore, it cannot be a warm image.
This image shows monochromatic because it only focuses on the color red, and because it has differents tints, tones, and shades of red in the image.