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Elements of Art – Student Assessment

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Elements of Art - Student Assessment

Name ______________________________ Section _______________ Date __________

Use colored pencils and your #2 pencil to demonstrate your knowledge of the Elements of Art. Create an interesting composition in each block using the element in bold type.

 

Line


Value

Line: Draw three different kinds of line. What kind of mood does your composition suggest?


Value: Show a gradation of at least five different values. How do you get different values with your pencil?

Shape


Form

Shape: Draw and label geometric shape and organic shapes. What are organic shapes?


Form: Illustrate some forms. How does Form differ from Shape?

Texture


Space

Texture: Draw four simulated textures. What is texture?


Space: Demonstrate your knowledge of positive and negative space. What is positive space in your composition?

Primary Colors


Secondary Colors

Color: What is the primary triad?


Color: What is the secondary triad?

 

Principles of Design / Student Assessment

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Principles of Design - Student Assessment

Name ______________________________  Section _______________ Date __________

Use colored pencils and your #2 pencil to demonstrate your knowledge of the Principles of Design. Create an interesting composition in each block using the element in bold type.

 

Rhythm


Movement

Rhythm: Create a composition that has a jazzy rhythm.


Movement: Movement can be actual or implied. Show an example of visual movement.

Shape


Form

Emphasis: Show emphasis though the use of color. What is another way to show emphasis?


Balance: Show an example of formal – or symmetrical balance.

Balance


Unity

Balance: Show an example of Symmetrical balance.


Unity: Show unity and variety through the use of color, line and shape. What is unity? What is variety?

Balance


Pattern

Balance: Show an example of Asymmetrical balance.


Pattern: Draw a still life showing patterns found in man made objects. Include some pattern in nature.




 


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