Lines are all it takes to create for all artist to create beautiful master pieces that we all love. Its that Simple. Lines can create emotion, movement, depth, volume, shape and so much more depending on how you use your line work. Lines are everywhere in all forms we just need to take the time and look for it don't think to hard about it it could even be in different forms like dotes, dashes or even invisible also known as implied line.

Blossom9622, Kim, Byung Jin, 2009, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
Combination of Lines creates depth and volume making it look as though the object is three dimensional. What also helps it is the change in line thickness.
Blossom9625, Kim, Byung Jin, 2009, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
Nothing more then lines creating the object, simple but beautiful.
Cross and Buddha, Kim, Byung Jin, 2011, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
I love this not only because of the sculpture but the design the sculpture makes when the light is one creating shadows on the wall. It is two pieces of work in one. A simple crosses making a Buddha.
Geometric Knife Drawing 08-02-11, Cho, Byung Wang, 2011, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
For me personal my mind is trying to make a scene with this piece. Its simple strips of color material combined to make the artwork.
The sight change in the line by adding a wave look can make something look and feel completely different.
Amazone, Andre Groult, 1925–28, From the collection of: Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
You would think that this piece of art would look incomplete if they would have only left the black lines but just by adding a other color line and differences in line thickness makes it interesting.
Alka Seltzer, Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923-1997), 1966, From the collection of: The Art Institute of Chicago
Just the different line styles like the dotted lines,and implied lines making it look interesting. But to thing about in its simplest terms it is just a bunch of lines creating an image.
BLEK LE RAT, BLEK LE RAT, 2014, From the collection of: Museum of Street Art
Its amazing how lines and value can create such an beautiful image. The lines create the shape and that shape displays the object the artist wants you to see.
O Lagarto da Penha, Leonor Brilha, 2013/2013, From the collection of: Galeria de Arte Urbana
This one reminds me of when I am Doodling within my sketchbook but what makes this stand out is how the images that seem more important are have thicker lines grabbing your attention.
After Selling His Blood, Huang Xinbo, 1948 - 1948, From the collection of: Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Simple lines can create value, shape, and depth this is why lines are the basic of art. An in this piece the lines create a large impactive emotion and feel.
The Woods 2, Kang, Kyung Koo, 2000, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
Lines can be interpreted in many ways and each way can be different with each artist and for this line created a shadow look of how woods look along with the use of only two colors.
Pond with Willow Tree and Ducks, Peter DeWint, 1784–1849, British, undated, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
Lines can also make the look of texture just from repeating it over and over the is what grabbed my attention. Looking at the detail if this and each stroke makes the it look closer to the real thing.
Daybreak, Kim, Seong Ryong, 2007, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
The color enhances the image and the strokes making you focus on the detail of each stroke and how it creates the image.
Some Dinner, Yoo, Geun Taek, 2008, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
I like how the image would look completely fine on its own but once you apply drip lines the whole image changes along with how you interperate the image.
Genova, la sopraelevata, Mimmo Jodice, 2002, From the collection of: MAXXI National Museum of XXI Century Arts
Long Exposure is something that has always excited ever scene I started photography the idea of showing something in motion in one photo is amazing. Like how a simple lines display movement in this.
Mercedez-Benz Stand, designed by Henry Maluf for industrial fair, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Brazil, Flieg, Hans Gunter, 1960, From the collection of: Instituto Moreira Salles
Lines are everywhere light and shadows can create intriguing looks but some we tend not to take the time to notice them.
More Light, Ligyung, 리경, 2012/2012, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
There are so many art forms and the light lines are able to create an outline of a person but also create depth creating a hallway look.
Educación laica, sin lucro y de calidad., Coas Chile, 2014-08-12, From the collection of: Museo a Cielo Abierto en La Pincoya
What stands out to me in this drawing is the green line it guides my eyes all the way around the art work. Just the thickness of the line draws in your attention.
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