The 7 Basic Elements of Art. COLOR Warm vs. Cool colors.

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  • The 7 Basic Elements of Art
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  • COLOR Warm vs. Cool colors
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  • Warm Colors Warm colors can evoke heat, passion, intensity and the like.
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  • Alexander Calder, Four Arches, 1974.
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  • Alexander Calder, Flamingo, 1974.
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  • Dan Flavin, Untitled VIII.
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  • Cool Colors Cool colors can evoke feeling that are calm, somber, or subdued.
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  • Alexander Calder.
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  • Dan Flavin.
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  • Multiple Colors An abundance of bright colors together can create a festive mood.
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  • Dan Flavin, Alternating Pink and Gold, 1967.
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  • Bruce Gray.
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  • Black & White Neither warm nor cool. Black & white have strong associations, many of which are culturally influenced.
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  • Alexander Calder, Heads and Tails, 1965.
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  • Monochromatic Louise Nevelson (1899-1988)
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  • Louise Nevelson, Dawns Wedding Chapel II, 1959.
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  • Louise Nevelson, Royal Tide IV, 1960.
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  • LINE Curved vs. Jagged Horizontal vs. Vertical Diagonal
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  • Curved lines May suggest calm.
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  • Henry Moore,
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  • Henry Moore, Recumbent Figure, 1938.
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  • Jagged lines May suggest movement or menace.
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  • Horizontal lines May suggest calm and quiet.
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  • Henry Moore.
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  • Henry Moore, Reclining Figure, 1929.
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  • Vertical lines May suggest height or vertical aspirations.
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  • Constantin Brancusi, Bird in Space, 1923.
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  • Milan Cathedral, begun 1386.
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  • Diagonal lines May suggest movement/action.
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  • Alexander Calder, Flamingo, 1974.
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  • Dave Rittinger, Color Pencil Tree.
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  • Bruce Gray.
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  • SHAPE & FORM 2-dimensional vs. 3-dimensional
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  • TEXTURE Texture is the way the surface feels: smooth, rough, bumpy etc.
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  • Constantin Brancusi, Sleeping Muse, 1908.
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  • LIGHT Light has long been used to artistic effect. The development of artificial light brought new posibilites for the use of light in art.
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  • Chartres Cathedral, Chartres, France, started 1193.
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  • Bernini, The Ecstasy of St. Theresa, 1647-1652.
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  • Louise Nevelson, Dawns Wedding Chapel II, 1959.
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  • Artificial Light Dan Flavin (1933-1996) Bruce Nauman (1941- ) James Turrell (1943- )
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  • Dan Flavin, Untitled, 1973.
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  • Bruce Nauman, Human/Need/Desire, 1983.
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  • James Turrell, 2013.
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  • James Turrell, Twilight Epiphany Skyspace, 2012.
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  • SPACE Sculpture Architecture Installations
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  • Movement in Space Alexander Calder (1898-1976)
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  • Movement in Space Jean Tinguely (1925-1991)
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  • *DESIGN* Design is how the elements of art work together. The way the elements of art work together creates the design of the piece.

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