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What are Art Elements?
When someone makes art, there are six elements they need to consider, line, pattern, texture, shape, tone, and colors. Here is the explanation of each art element by the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Line is an element characterized by a moving point in space. A line can be in a 2D or 3D, descriptive, implied, or even abstract. Shape is the 2D, flat, or limited to height and width element of art. Pattern is a repeated decorative design in art. Texture is an element of art that refers to the way things feel or look. Tone is the darkness or lightness level of color in art. Lastly, color is an element of art that is made up of three properties: hue, value, and intensity.
How to Practice Drawing in Grid Surface?
Drawing on a grid paper is helpful to keep the line straight and maintain the correct spacing. it is one of the recommended methods for someone who just start drawing. Drawing in a grid is also recommended if you want to put details and will help your observation skill in drawing. By drawing on a grid paper, the proportion also will look better. You can start practicing drawing on a grid paper with one of our Art Handouts and Worksheets!
Art as a Tool to Improve Learning Effectivity
Simple and easy art activities can be an alternative to cheer the students up if the class feels a little bit down. Teachers can download and use our Art Handouts and Worksheets to enliven the classroom. British Council breaks down five reasons why using art as ice breaks in the classroom is efficient:
How to Teach Art Criticism to Children?
Everyone can be an art critic, including children! They may not be an art expert, but children do have interesting takes on art. Thus being said, teaching art criticism can be worked as a tool to improve children's critical thinking and speaking their opinion. Maithreyi described the four methods of criticism model for students by Feldman: description, analysis, interpretation, and judgment.
To start a discussion related to art, the teacher can begin by showing the artwork to the students, then throw an interesting question to open the children's eyes. Mainly there are four things that we might talk about when we criticize an art. First, what can we see in art? Second, what is the material used by the artist? Next, what color does the artist use in their artwork? Lastly, What patterns, lines, shapes, and textures we can see in the artwork? We provide an art critique worksheet in our Art Handouts and Worksheets for teachers who need it for their classrooms.
What is Value?
Value in art means the darkness or lightness level of the color on the art. By using different colors and tonal values, an artist can make a light illusion in their artwork. The right use of values can give your art a distinct characteristic that will make it unique and different. You can try to imagine a gradient of any colors that go from the lightest to the darkest or vice versa. It is important to remember that the placement of the values can affect the art composition. Remember, we do not want art with unbalanced composition right?
What is Pop Art?
Pop Art or Popular Art is an art that is made by mirroring, critiquing, and sometimes incorporating images seen in popular culture —hence its name. Pop Art is found in Britain around the mid to late 1950s. The focus in pop art is on consumerism. Stuff found in grocery stores or house appliances is part of pop art. The main characteristic of pop art is how the artist primarily uses bold colors like vivid red, bright yellow, and deep royal blue. An unexpected tone that is not natural like neon and fluorescent. This is intentionally done because the purpose of pop art is to quickly grab people's attention. Pop art was made for the fun and mess around of youth. Even the most serious topic was made fun of by the pop art artist. Many Pop Art artist takes their inspiration from photography and turns them into pop art. One of the most notable Pop Art to ever exist is the Orange Marylin by Andy Warhol in 1962. You can try to draw your pop art with one of our Art Handouts and Worksheets.
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