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Visual Arts - Basic Art Vocabulary: ELEMENTS of Art

Elements of Art
Line -
Shape -
Form -
Value -
Texture -
Color -
Perspective -
Scale -
Chroma -
Contour -
Blind contour -
Graphite -
Graphic -
Text -
Font -
Slogan -
Logo -
Stylized -
Icon -
Copyright -
Patent -
Organic -
Mechanical -
Positive Space -
Negative Space -
Found Object -
Primary -
Secondary -
Tertiary -
Warm -
Cool -
Neutral -
Masculine -
Feminine -
Monochromatic -
Analogous -
Complementary -
Opaque -
Transparent -
1 point perspective -
2 point perspective -
Vanishing point -
Ferrule -
Syndicate -
Agent -
Calligraphy -
Drawing -
Painting -
Collage -
Sculpture -
Papier Mache -

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Review list for Basic art vocabulary terms, Elements of Art

Visual Arts - Basic Art Vocabulary: ELEMENTS of Art

Elements of Art terms
Line - a mark, stroke or edge
Shape - an enclosed space, defined by a line that meets its beginning TWO dimensional(Length, Width)
Form - a THREE dimensional shape (Length, Width, Depth)
Value - darkness or lightness
Texture - apparent surface irregularities
Color - hue, wavelength
Perspective - giving objects apparent depth on a two-dimensional surface
Scale - enlarging or reducing in proportion to original size

Chroma - a color term, refers to brightness or dullness of hue (saturation)
Contour - the exterior edge of the object
Blind contour - drawing done looking at the object, not the ...

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