Basic mark of visual communication, represents where 2 edges meet, (there are no lines in nature)
represents the expanse with 2 dimensional shape, geometric or organic shapes (shapes that you would see in nature)
taking shape into 3 dimensional/creating volume
The area around us, a empty room, a large building lobby
Linear time-Western Culture. the non-spatial continuium the fourth dimension in which event occur in succession Ex: Painting of man traveling down a road..closest ic current, farther back is back in time.
Implied motion can be sculpted to appear fluid in motion.To give implied motion artist create the sense of movement Ex: Dancing statue
a component of light
Depicts the appearance of things. It represents or presents objects we recognize in our everyday world.Ex: Objects are calles subjects, "real looking" is called tromp l'oeil.
usually not meant to be anything, just lines, shape and color.
works of art that have no reference to natural objects or works that depict natural objects in simplified, distorted, or exaggerated ways
Form is what we see; form refers to the total effect of the visual qulaities in a work.
the symbolic meaning of signs, subjects, and images. It is often symbolism that carries the deepest meaning.
a visual representation (of an object or scene or person or abstraction) produced on a surface often with sacred meaning
something visible that by association or convention represents something else that is invisible
an implied comparison
Developed during the renaissance. Vanishing point is where all lines converge.
..., direct comparison between two unlike things
..., a visible symbol representing an abstract idea, symbolic representation
is the meaning we get from what we see; determines form, but form expresses content.
Light and value
Light- how it plays a role/Value- difference between light and dark