Chapter 1.3 Definitions:
having height, width, and depth (See Chapter 1.3 , page 82)
having height and width (See Chapter 1.3 , page 82)
the lightness or darkness of a plane or area (See Chapter 1.3 , page 82)
Elements the basic vocabulary of art - line, form, shape, volume, mass, color, texture, space, time and motion, and value (ligh
Principles the "grammar" applied to the elements of art - contrast, balance, unity, variety, rhythm,
Value is the element of art that refers to the lightness or darkness of a surface. The direction of
the light source will dictate areas of light, dark, and the placement of shadow.
This sphere demonstrates the five areas of light and shadow t
Geometric forms are regular, and can be readily expressed in words or using mathematical
Sculptures can be made by combining geometric forms in interesting ways.
Organic forms are irregular and unpredictable. They suggest the forms w
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