Chapter 04: The Visual Elements
Elizabeth Murrays The Sun and the Moon looks like a controlled explosion of colorful jigsaw puzzle
pieces. She uses color, lines, spaces, shape, mass, light value and texture to make an interesting visual
piece of art. Thes
The lecture notes for chapter 16 are divided into two parts to help you better comprehend
the different categories of the Renaissance this chapter identifies. The first part will cover
the Early and Northern Renaissance and the
Chapter 3: Themes of Art
When you look at a work of art, do you always understand what the artist is trying to say?
Do you wonder why the artist made that work of art? A work of art is always about
something. The aboutness is what allows us to exp
Art 110 / Chapter 2
What is Art
Art is a form of human expression that appeared with the first arrival of the Homo
sapiens in Europe during the Aurignacian period circa 33,000-28,000 BC. One of the
first documented piece of art is a Lion Man sculpture (c.
Art 110/ Chapter 11
Sculpture and Installation
All of the media we have considered thus far drawing and painting are generally
considered two-dimensional media. In this chapter we will discuss three-dimensional
media and their relation to the space we our
The Modern World: 1800-1945
Modernity reflected a new kind of society and thinking that emerged out of the French
Revolution, the American Revolution and was driven by the Industrial Revolution. There
was a great deal of technological progress
Art 110 / Chapter 14
Ancient Mediterranean Worlds
Now that you understand the fundamentals of art (representational, abstract, the
principles of design and the elements of art) and have a stronger art vocabulary, you are
ready to work your way through the
OPENING UP TO THE WORLD
The art world has gone global. There does not seem to be one city that represents the hub of the
art world as there once was at the beginning of the 20th century in New York. With the influx of
international biennial exh
The 17th and 18th Centuries
The Baroque and Rococo styles emerged during the 17th and 18th century.
This period is known as the Age of Kings because many of the European monarchs
such as Louis XIV of France and Frederick the Great of Prussia ru
THE HIGH RENAISSANCE, pg. 367
The High Renaissance only lasted about 25 years, from 1500-1525. During this time
some of the most famous works of art were produced, such as the Mona Lisa by
Leonardo Da Vinci, and the ceiling of the Sistine Chape
Art 110: Chapter 1
Overview of the Book and Lecture Notes
This book is structured in a way that gives you a basic understanding for the elements of
art, the different styles and genres of art, and provides you with a vocabulary for how to
Instructor Danielle Susalla
Chapter 18, 407-415
Chapter 19, 422-437
Chapter 20, 449-466
In todays global environment, where we can rapidly connect through technology, artists are constantly
borrowing and sampling from
Christianity and the Reformation of Europe
This chapter centers on the rise of Christianity in the year 1, AD (after death of Christ) or CE
(common era) and how this religion was a major impetus for creating art to glorify and explain
Chapter 3: Themes of ART
First we will consider the concept of what art is about.
The sacred realm:
Questions about the universe and our purpose on this planet, and what happens to us after we die, such
questions we consider as sacred topics, of faith, or
3 TYPES OF INTAGLIO PRINTS ARE:
A. ENGRAVING (review from previous class)
(Italian word Intagliare)
means to CUT INTO
All three intaglio print processes require the ink to be in the
parts of the plate that have been cut
Most of you
Have never really
Seen this actual
Art work in a museum.
But I want you to
Knowledge of what
You know about this
How is it that we
know so much about this?
Under what circumstances
Have you seen this image?
Did YOU do your READING for this week?
Do you have the current STUDY GUIDE ?
Are you prepared for a quiz on the material?
WHAT IS THE
AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT/ THE AGE OF REASON?
(late 18th century 1750- 1850)
You are responsible for your life.
You can't keep blaming somebody else
for your dysfunction. Life is really
about moving on. (Oprah Winfrey)
FINISH -ELEMENTS OF FORM
LECTURE> - PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
Unity and Variety
OUTLINE OF LECTURE
I. Vincent van Gogh
II. 3 Purposes of Drawing
III. Some Drawing Vocabulary most or all on study guide
I. Painting Vocabulary: most or all on study guide
II. The Three Components of Every Paint Medium
III. 6 Artist Paint
Representational, Abstract & Non-Representational Art
( A 20th century approach)
The Elements of Form (up to Color)
( A 20th century approach)
An artist's inspiration ORIGINATES in the "real world.
the artist then choose
29 March 2016
For this project I went to The Broad in Los Angeles. I had been really wanting to go for a
super long time. So finally, a few friends and I went. I personally think it is one of the most
Chapter 5 / Principles of Design
The principles of design are just as important as the visual elements. These two
components provide you with the essential vocabulary of art that you will use to describe
artwork. When it is time to write your Muse
Chapter 7 / Painting
Painting is a blind man's profession. He paints not what he sees, but what he feels,
what he tells himself about what he has seen.
From Modern to Postmodern
This is a very dense chapter that is covered in greater depth in the other class I teach, Art 114
Impressionism to Present. 1945 is a watershed year, meaning an important transition took place.
After World War II ended