art notes - 11/6 Artist Paper Topic due by November 13 5pm...

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 11/6 Artist Paper – Topic due by November 13 – 5pm Paper due November 15 Formal Elements – tools artists use to organize Line: path traced by a moving point -actual and implied lines -contour, outline -direction, movement -hatching, cross hatching, stippling Mass/Form (3-D) – depth, height, and width Formal Elements – line, shape, space, light, color, texture, pattern, time, and  motion 1
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Keith Haring – graffiti type artist Judy Pfaff, Cirque, Cirque, 1992-95 -evokes thrill of cirquis and wonder of night sky 2 Primary Functions of Line  -record borders -to convey direction/movement Outline: the edge of a shape or figure depicted by an actual line drawn or painted  on the surface, 2-D; example: coloring book design, dress pattern Contour: the visible border of an object in space, 3D; example: someone in the  dress Jennifer Pastor Flow, Chart for “The Perfect Ride”, Animation, 2000 Jacques-Lois David, Death of Socrates, 1787 Direction – vertical lines seem assertive denote growth and strength -horizontal lines appear calm -diagonal lines are the most dramatic and imply action Gericault, The Raft of Medusa, 1818-9 2
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