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Intro to Design Ch 6

Intro to Design Chapter 6 New Ulm

Shapes 2 dimentional area that is defined in some way
Geometric shapes precise shapes that can be defined using mathematical formulas.
Free-form shapes irregular or uneven shapes.
Forms Objects having three dimensions (Height, width and depth)
Space The element of art that refers to the emptiness or area between, around, above, below or within objects.
Positive space The shapes or forms are called the space or the figure.
Negative The empty spaces between the shapes or forms are the negative space or the ground.
Freestanding Sculpture that is surrounded by negative space. The viewer must move through this negative space to view the piece from all sides.
Relief Sculpture that projects out from a flat surface into negative space. It can be bas relief (low) or high relief (high) depending on how far the objects stick out into the negative space.
Holograms Images created in 3 dimensions using laser beams
Natural shapes and forms Made from the forces of nature
Manufactured shapes and forms Made by the forces of humans
Chiaroscuro Italian word for the “arrangement of light and dark”. The Italians used dramatic lighting during the Renaissance and later during the Baroque period. Today's word for Chiaroscuro- Shading, modeling, value.
Created by: gcowing