# The diagram below is an example of one Albers' color experiments to show the illusion of revered afterimaging, often called contrast reversal.

Save this PDF as:

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "The diagram below is an example of one Albers' color experiments to show the illusion of revered afterimaging, often called contrast reversal."

## Transcription

1 Interaction of Color The Relativity of Color Josef Albers Josef Albers ( ) was a German artist and educator. He was one of the original teachers in the Bauhaus who immigrated to the US. Albers worked with large flat, geometric planes of solid colors to demonstrate theories of color contrasts and optical effects created by color. Basic color theory tells us that optical sensations can be created by using particular color combinations and changing their arrangement and proportion. His method of studying and teaching allow artists and designers to discover these relationships for themselves through a series of practical exercises. The diagram below is an example of one Albers' color experiments to show the illusion of revered afterimaging, often called contrast reversal. Stare at the black dot on the left for 10 seconds, and then look at the black dot on the right. You might expect to see the compliment of yellow. However yellow diamond shapes, mirroring negative space between the circles, appear instead.

2 Albers, Revered Afterimage Michel Eugene Chevreul ( ) - Chevreul was a French chemist - Born in Angers ( the Black City ) France on August 31, In 1824, Chevreul worked as the dyeing director at the tapestry-weaving studio Gobelins. He came to realized that many of the problems encountered in the firm s weaving had to do with how and with colors affect each other. His findings, set forth in his book, deal with simultaneous contrast.

3 Theories: Two colors, side by side, interact with one another and change our perception accordingly. The effect of this interaction is called simultaneous contrast. Since we rarely see colors in isolation, simultaneous contrast affects our sense of the color that we see. Simultaneous contrast may create an optical illusion that appears to lighten or darken the hue of a given color depending on whether it is placed beside a second color that is darker or lighter in hue.

4 Chevreul s basic concept of hue, purity and value Saturation Value The center circle shows the represented hue of green. The vertical axis represents saturation with the most saturated version of the hue at the top and the most desiderated at the bottom. The horizontal axis represents value with left side showing a tint of the middle color and the far right expressing a shade of the same hue. These concepts were embraced by French painter Georges Seurat and become central to his concept of visual color mixing. Chevreul also advanced the concept of optical mixing, which explains the manner by which two individual colors blend together to suggest a third color. An example of optical mixing when the paint was applied in separate strokes and the eye perceive it as green.

5 An example of how the pointillist style of visual color mixing works showing that if the dots of color are touching one another then colors will blend in the viewer s eyes. On the right you can see that when there is space in between the dots we read them as separate colors Visual Color Mixing Visual Color Mixing Techniques: Visual Mixing = Optical Mixing Techniques that suggest light Attempt to create a color by placing 2 pure colors next to each other rather than mixing them on a board. The viewer s eye mixes them together at a certain distance.

6 Styles and Techniques that use Visual Mixing: Post-Impressionist Seurat and Van Gogh used Visual Mixing, Pointillism, Television, Mosaics, Weavers, Printing Presses, Computer monitors (Pixels) Pointillism Pointillism is a technique of painting in which small, distinct dots of pure color are applied in patterns to form an image. Gorge Seurat developed the technique in 1886, branching from Impressionism. The term - Pointillism was first coined by art critics in the late 1880s. Neo-impressionism and Divisionism are also terms used to describe this technique of painting. The technique relies on the ability of the eye and mind of the viewer to blend the color spots into a fuller range of tones. is notably seen in the works of George Seurat, Paul Victor Jules Signac, and Henri - Edmond Cross Paul Signac, Femmes au Puits, 1892, showing a detail with constituent colors

7 Georges Seurat. Study for A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, Georges Seurat. The Bathers at Asnières, 1884, in the National Gallery, London, depicting working class men relaxing outside work hours on the left bank of the river. One is calling over to the other side of the river, and all are bathed in sunlight.

8 Paul Victor Jules Signac. Sunday , private collection Henri-Edmond Cross, Cypresses at Cagnes,(c.1900)

9 Vincent van Gogh, Self Portrait, 1887, using pointillist technique. Chuck Close Paul Victor Jules Signac

### ointillism D. a.~. c~~fr2~.ct 1.a14 4A1~ r~ :~ ~ Sq ~Z See the dots that make up the man from Seurat s painting The Circus

History >> Art History General Overview Art History and Artists ointillism Pointillism is often considered part of the Post-impressionist movement. It was primarily invented by painters George Seurat and

### A Whirl of Colors: Seurat s Woman with a Monkey and the Color Wheel

Elementary A Whirl of Colors: Seurat s Woman with a Monkey and the Color Wheel Overview Students will learn the definition and relations of primary, secondary and complementary colors using Georges Seurat

### Objectives: to gain an understanding of procedures to better manage the classroom.

Week 1 August 18-22 Activity title: First day. Procedures in the Art Room Objectives: to gain an understanding of procedures to better manage the classroom. First day of Art- rules discussion - Class rules

### Concept & skills development in each level: Line, Shape, Form, Colour & Tone, Texture, Pattern & Rhythm, Space

Paul Signac (1863 1935) Lady on the Terrace 1898 Linkage & Integration in the Primary Curriculum: Visual Art Strands: All Concept & skills development in each level: Line, Shape, Form, Colour & Tone, Texture,

### Chapter 7 ADDITIVE COLOR MIXING

Chapter 7 page You need to learn the concepts and formulae highlighted in red. The rest of the text is for your intellectual enjoyment, but is not a requirement for homework or exams. Chapter 7 ADDITIVE

### Impressionist Artist of the Month

Impressionist Artist of the Month 1 Name: Nationality: Date Born: Date Died: 2 Famous Impressionist Artist Edgar Degas Vincent Van Gogh Georges Seurat Paul Cezanne Claude Monet Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

### Op Art: Working With Optical Illusions Review Questions

Op Art: Working With Optical Illusions Review Questions Name Period Date Answer the following questions in complete sentences. PAGES 2-3 1. How did Op art reflect 1960s culture? a. The 1960s were a time

### Today we are going to talk about Georges Seurat. Seurat was born in 1869.

Revised Sept. 2011 FAMOUS ARTIST SERIES GEORGES SEURAT (1859-1890) A Sunday Afternoon on the La Grande Jatte, 1884-1886, 6 ½ x 10 Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois Supplies Needed: * Framed picture of

### Lesson 8: The Post-Impressionists. Pages 44-51

Lesson 8: The Post-Impressionists Pages 44-51 Post-Impressionist Artists: Cezanne Seurat Van Gogh Gauguin Munch Klimt Picasso Rousseau Child with a Dove, Pablo Picasso Paul Cezanne Oldest Post- Impressionist

### Art History as seen thru a Self-Portrait

Art History as seen thru a Self-Portrait October Commercial Art Project #3 1st & 2nd Year Students Assignment: One observation drawing of your self-portrait; using a mirror not a picture. The first self-portrait

### Seurat & the influence of Impressionism

Seurat & the influence of Impressionism The painting of A Sunday at la Grande Jatte. ARTH103: Andrew Wilkinson, student #66715187 Georges Seurat was an influential Neo-Impressionist painter in the late

### Design Elements & Principles

Design Elements & Principles I. Introduction Certain web sites seize users sights more easily, while others don t. Why? Sometimes we have to remark our opinion about likes or dislikes of web sites, and

### Famous Impressionist Artist Minibooks

Famous Impressionist Artist Minibooks Lapbook Planner Sub-Topic Minibook Activity/ Website Edgar Degas Square-petal fold Vincent Van Rounded Gogh rectangle accordion-fold Georges Seurat Tri-fold minibook

### artist credit: Melba Cooper

What s Write About Art? Art Criticism is a field of study within the arts that is based in various philosophy of how we can gain insight and meaning from art works and arts experiences. The process leads

### Non-Stop Optical Illusions A Teacher s Guide to the Empire State Plaza Art Collection

Non-Stop Optical Illusions A Teacher s Guide to the Empire State Plaza Art Collection New York State Office of General Services Curatorial/Tour Services 29 th Floor, Corning Tower Albany, NY 12242 518.473.7521

### Outline. Quantizing Intensities. Achromatic Light. Optical Illusion. Quantizing Intensities. CS 430/585 Computer Graphics I

CS 430/585 Computer Graphics I Week 8, Lecture 15 Outline Light Physical Properties of Light and Color Eye Mechanism for Color Systems to Define Light and Color David Breen, William Regli and Maxim Peysakhov

### Processing the Image or Can you Believe what you see? Light and Color for Nonscientists PHYS 1230

Processing the Image or Can you Believe what you see? Light and Color for Nonscientists PHYS 1230 Optical Illusions http://www.michaelbach.de/ot/mot_mib/index.html Vision We construct images unconsciously

### 14/04/2016. Post-Impressionism. Thursday, April 14, 2016 Course Outline. Key Notions. -Color sensation -Flat tint -Pointillism -Symbolism

Post-Impressionism Or, Fixing Impressionism St. Lawrence, 4/14/2016 Thursday, April 14, 2016 Course Outline Post-Impressionism Cézanne Seurat Van Gogh Gauguin Key Notions -Color sensation -Flat tint -Pointillism

### COLOR THEORY WORKSHEET

COLOR THEORY WORKSHEET Use color pencils to complete the following exercises Name: Period Date PRIMARY COLORS cannot be made from any combination of colors. Fade intensity from top left to bottom right

### Impressionism. Perception. Light. Time. Further rejection of traditions in Art

Impressionism Perception. Light. Time. Further rejection of traditions in Art 1 Impressionism Escaping from the studio, Impressionist artists substituted a transient reality for a stable one. Rejecting

### Norman Public Schools VISUAL ART ASSESSMENT GUIDE FOR GRADE 7

Norman Public Schools VISUAL ART ASSESSMENT GUIDE FOR GRADE 7 2013-2014 VISUAL ART NPS ARTS ASSESSMENT GUIDE Grade 7 This guide is to help teachers incorporate the Arts into their core curriculum. Students

### ELEMENTS OF ART & PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN

ELEMENTS OF ART & PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN Elements of Art: 1. COLOR Color (hue) is one of the elements of art. Artists use color in many different ways. The colors we see are light waves absorbed or reflected

### #11816 OPTICAL ILLUSIONS: HOW TO CREATE THEM

C a p t i o n e d M e d i a P r o g r a m VOICE (800) 237-6213 TTY (800) 237-6819 FAX (800) 538-5636 E-MAIL info@captionedmedia.org WEB www.captionedmedia.org #11816 OPTICAL ILLUSIONS: HOW TO CREATE THEM

### Elements of Art Name Design Project!

Elements of Art Name Design Project! 1. On the Project paper Lightly & Largely sketch out the Hollow letters of your first name. 2. Then Outline in Shaprie. 3. Divide your space into 7 sections (any way

### Paul Signac, excerpts from From Eugéne Delacroix to Neo-Impressionism (1899)

Paul Signac, excerpts from From Eugéne Delacroix to Neo-Impressionism (1899) I. Documents 1. To think that the Neo-Impressionists are painters who cover canvases with little multicolored spots is a rather

### 3 hours One paper 70 Marks. Areas of Learning Theory

GRAPHIC DESIGN CODE NO. 071 Class XII DESIGN OF THE QUESTION PAPER 3 hours One paper 70 Marks Section-wise Weightage of the Theory Areas of Learning Theory Section A (Reader) Section B Application of Design

Copyright 2013 Steven Bradley All Rights Reserved Vanseo Design Boulder, Colorado http://vanseodesign.com Version 1.0 Contents 1 Introduction 9 Chapter 1: VisualGrammar Objects Structures Activities Relations

### Study Sheet: Painting Principles

Study Sheet: Painting Principles Study Sheet: Painting Principles 1.1.2 Study: Getting Perspective Study Sheet Art Appreciation (S1685684) Name: Date: 1 of 4 10/15/12 9:13 AM Study Sheet: Painting Principles

### Graphic Design. Background: The part of an artwork that appears to be farthest from the viewer, or in the distance of the scene.

Graphic Design Active Layer- When you create multi layers for your images the active layer, or the only one that will be affected by your actions, is the one with a blue background in your layers palette.

### Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte is just not the same without every dot of color.

Body Language Scripture Lesson: 1 Corinthians 12:12-31a The Rev. Dr. William E. W. Robinson Salem Presbyterian Church Third Sunday in Ordinary Time January 24, 2016 Sometimes it s hard to relate to what

### Realistic Art & Proportion

Notes 9/8 Name: Period: Date: Realistic Art & Proportion Realistic art is art that shows recognizable objects; just like things you would see in real life. Sometimes, realistic art looks so real, it almost

### VISUAL ARTS VOCABULARY

VISUAL ARTS VOCABULARY Abstract Artwork in which the subject matter is stated in a brief, simplified manner; little or no attempt is made to represent images realistically, and objects are often simplified

### PATTERN: A two-dimensional decorative visual repetition. A pattern has no movement and may or may not have rhythm.

Project: Elements of Design - NAME Elements: Line, Color, Value, Shape, Space, Texture Principles: Consider what principles you may have used based on the definition of each. Artist to Remember: Research

### First Grade: April Lesson 6: Night Landscape Oil Pastel and Watercolor

First Grade: April Lesson 6: Night Landscape Oil Pastel and Watercolor Objective: To create a resist painting showing a night landscape Technique: Drawing with oil pastels, adding a watercolor wash Set-up:

### The Physiology of the Senses Lecture 1 - The Eye www.tutis.ca/senses/

The Physiology of the Senses Lecture 1 - The Eye www.tutis.ca/senses/ Contents Objectives... 2 Introduction... 2 Accommodation... 3 The Iris... 4 The Cells in the Retina... 5 Receptive Fields... 8 The

### Using Microsoft Picture Manager

Using Microsoft Picture Manager Storing Your Photos It is suggested that a county store all photos for use in the County CMS program in the same folder for easy access. For the County CMS Web Project it

### Seeing in black and white

1 Adobe Photoshop CS One sees differently with color photography than black and white...in short, visualization must be modified by the specific nature of the equipment and materials being used Ansel Adams

### Chapter Seven: Light and Color

Chapter Seven: Light and Color CHAPTER OVERVIEW Atmospheric Perspective Chiaroscuro Hatching and Cross-Hatching Key Basic Color Vocabulary Color Schemes Color in Representational Art Symbolic Uses of Color

### IMPRESSIONIST PAINTERS

IMPRESSIONISM. Impressionism was born in Paris (France) in 19th century and in 1874 the Impressionists held their first show. The Impressionists painted not a landscape but the immediate impression of

### Graphic Design Basics. Shannon B. Neely. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Graphics and Multimedia Design Group

Graphic Design Basics Shannon B. Neely Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Graphics and Multimedia Design Group The Design Grid What is a Design Grid? A series of horizontal and vertical lines that evenly

### My Favourite Room: One-Point Perspective Drawing

Visual Arts Lesson Plan 2 Year level: Year 3 (AusVELS Level 3) Lesson duration (mins.): 4 x 40 minute sessions My Favourite Room: One-Point Perspective Drawing Learning Outcomes and specific purpose: Adaption

### Color Balancing Techniques

Written by Jonathan Sachs Copyright 1996-1999 Digital Light & Color Introduction Color balancing refers to the process of removing an overall color bias from an image. For example, if an image appears

### Lesson Plan. Playful Portraits

Early Childhood (Ages 3 5) Lesson Plan Playful Portraits Molleno Altar Screen Altar Screen, Molleno, About 1825 Overview Students will explore Molleno s Altar Screen to learn more about portraits. They

### QUICK VIEW: The Art Story Foundation All rights Reserved For more movements, artists and ideas on Modern Art visit www.theartstory.

QUICK VIEW: Synopsis Georges Seurat is chiefly remembered as the pioneer of the Neo-Impressionist technique commonly known as Divisionism, or Pointillism, an approach associated with a softly flickering

### DESIGN ELEMENTS OF DESIGN

DESIGN Definition of Design: The term has different connotations in different fields. Informally, a design refers to a plan for the construction of an object (as in architectural blueprints and sewing

### Digital Photography Composition. Kent Messamore 9/8/2013

Digital Photography Composition Kent Messamore 9/8/2013 Photography Equipment versus Art Last week we focused on our Cameras Hopefully we have mastered the buttons and dials by now If not, it will come

### BUILDING THREE-DIMENSIONAL (3D) STRUCTURES

Activities Grades 6 8 www.exploratorium.edu/geometryplayground/activities BUILDING THREE-DIMENSIONAL (3D) STRUCTURES Draw a 3D structure in two dimensions. [60 minutes] Materials: Six cubes (any cubes,

### Overview. Raster Graphics and Color. Overview. Display Hardware. Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Cathode Ray Tube (CRT)

Raster Graphics and Color Greg Humphreys CS445: Intro Graphics University of Virginia, Fall 2004 Color models Color models Display Hardware Video display devices Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) Liquid Crystal Display

### Choosing Colors for Data Visualization Maureen Stone January 17, 2006

Choosing Colors for Data Visualization Maureen Stone January 17, 2006 The problem of choosing colors for data visualization is expressed by this quote from information visualization guru Edward Tufte:

### Meet the Masters October Program

Meet the Masters October Program Grade 8 First Impressions Color Theory Georges Seurat "A Sunday Afternoon at La Grande Jatte" Claude Monet "Cliff Walk at Pourville" Questions for Discussion: 1. How does

### Researching the Great Masters and Their Works

Researching the Great Masters and Their Works A culminating project cooperatively planned by Shari Martin and Shannon Libke 2 0 0 2 E122.7 Teaching Materials from the Stewart Resources Centre Table of

### CHEVREUL S COLOUR THEORY AND ITS CONSEQUENCES FOR ARTISTS

CHEVREUL S COLOUR THEORY AND ITS CONSEQUENCES FOR ARTISTS BY GEORGES ROQUE Based upon a paper presented in Paris in June 2010 to the Colour Group (GB) meeting Colour and Textiles: From Past to Future Published

### TCS DIGITAL COLOR WHEEL VERSION 4.1 USER GUIDE

TCS DIGITAL COLOR WHEEL VERSION 4.1 USER GUIDE We provide this TCS User Guide for our members as well as persons who would like to know more about the functionality before subscribing to TCS Color Match

### Expert Color Choices for Presenting Data

Expert Color Choices for Presenting Data Maureen Stone, StoneSoup Consulting The problem of choosing colors for data visualization is expressed by this quote from information visualization guru Edward

### Making an Impression. what s the buzz on bees? In conjunction with our Family Event Hats off to Agriculture on July 11th, Super Saturday asks...

In conjunction with our Family Event Hats off to Agriculture on July 11th, Super Saturday asks... what s the buzz on bees? SUPER SATURDAY is Making an Impression on the Illinois State Museum Bees are incredibly

### Contrast ratio what does it really mean? Introduction...1 High contrast vs. low contrast...2 Dynamic contrast ratio...4 Conclusion...

Contrast ratio what does it really mean? Introduction...1 High contrast vs. low contrast...2 Dynamic contrast ratio...4 Conclusion...5 Introduction Contrast, along with brightness, size, and "resolution"

### J essai de faire un point.

A metamorphic study of selected works of Georges Seurat David Lawrence Alexander Index Creative Brief 3 Flow Chart 4 Wire Frames/Chapters 5 Styles 11 Files 12 Credits 13 2 Creative Brief Project Summary

### Freehand Sketching. Sections

3 Freehand Sketching Sections 3.1 Why Freehand Sketches? 3.2 Freehand Sketching Fundamentals 3.3 Basic Freehand Sketching 3.4 Advanced Freehand Sketching Key Terms Objectives Explain why freehand sketching

Written by Jonathan Sachs Copyright 2008 Digital Light & Color Introduction Picture Window s 2-Zone Adjustment and3-zone Adjustment transformations are powerful image enhancement tools designed for images

### Photography (ART221, 222, 225, 226) Curriculum Guide

Photography (ART221, 222, 225, 226) Curriculum Guide December, 2014 Visual Arts Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment 2323 Grand Avenue Des Moines, Iowa 50312 P: 515-242-7619 visualarts.dmschools.org

### Hair Design. 5 Elements of Hair Design. 5 Principles of Hair Design. Facial Shapes. Hair designs for men

Hair Design 5 Elements of Hair Design 5 Principles of Hair Design Facial Shapes Hair designs for men Elements of Hair Design To begin to understand the creative process involved in hairstyling, it is critical

### Color. & the CIELAB. System

Color & the CIELAB System An Interpretation of the CIELAB System olor perception has been debated for many years and, as in any evaluation that relies on human senses, the essence of analysis remains subjective.

### Color Theory for Floral Design

Color Theory for Floral Design Essential Questions: Why would a floral designer need to have an understanding of color theory? How is color used to create floral designs? How can color be used for store

### MassArt Studio Foundation: Visual Language Digital Media Cookbook, Fall 2013

INPUT OUTPUT 08 / IMAGE QUALITY & VIEWING In this section we will cover common image file formats you are likely to come across and examine image quality in terms of resolution and bit depth. We will cover

### Posterizing Prints STUDIO. PROJECT 3 For use with Chapter 5. Objectives SUPPLIES

STUDIO PROJECT 3 For use with Chapter 5 Name Posterizing Prints Date Class Period Objectives Alter an original photo using a posterization filter in a photo editing program. Continue experimenting with

### ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN

APPENDIX A1 4 T T ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN Groups: 1. Select an advertisement. 2. Examine the advertisement to find examples of a few elements and principles of design that you are familiar with.

### Neal Auction. Important Winter Estates Auction January 31 & February 1

Neal Auction Important Winter Estates Auction January 31 & February 1 Corte, Corse (France), By Yvonne Canu Lot 88 January 31, 2015 Lot 88 Saturday, January 31, 2015 Fig. 1: Close-up of the three figures

### Digital Image Basics. Introduction. Pixels and Bitmaps. Written by Jonathan Sachs Copyright 1996-1999 Digital Light & Color

Written by Jonathan Sachs Copyright 1996-1999 Digital Light & Color Introduction When using digital equipment to capture, store, modify and view photographic images, they must first be converted to a set

### Basic summary of class assignments (expect variations)

BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY FINE ARTS ARTS 240 PAINTING I SYLLABUS Instructor: George Dugan Classroom: 356 Telephone: x73670 Tues./Thurs. 1:15 4:15 pm E-mail: gdugan@twcny.rr.com Office Hours Office: FA 325

### *Supply students with paper and art materials when necessary.

Reflections/Refractions: Self-Portraiture in the Twentieth Century A lesson compiled by the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, for the exhibition Reflections/Refractions: Self-Portraiture

### LIGHT SECTION 6-REFRACTION-BENDING LIGHT From Hands on Science by Linda Poore, 2003.

LIGHT SECTION 6-REFRACTION-BENDING LIGHT From Hands on Science by Linda Poore, 2003. STANDARDS: Students know an object is seen when light traveling from an object enters our eye. Students will differentiate

### COOL ART WITH MATH & SCIENCE OPTICAL ILLUSIONS CREATIVE ACTIVITIES THAT MAKE MATH & SCIENCE FUN FOR KIDS! A NDERS HANSON AND ELISSA MANN

CHECKERBOARD HOW-TO LIBRARY COOL ART WITH MATH & SCIENCE OPTICAL ILLUSIONS CREATIVE ACTIVITIES THAT MAKE MATH & SCIENCE FUN FOR KIDS! A NDERS HANSON AND ELISSA MANN C O O L A R T W I T H M A T H & S C

### Landscape - Putting it all together

Landscape - Putting it all together The Grand Finale The lessons I have been sharing (Lessons 9, 10, 11, and 13) have focused on specific elements in nature, clouds/skies, rocks, water and trees. Now it

### Important Notes Color

Important Notes Color Introduction A definition for color (MPI Glossary) The selective reflection of light waves in the visible spectrum. Materials that show specific absorption of light will appear the

### Reducing eyestrain from video and computer monitors

Reducing eyestrain from video and computer monitors Charles A. Poynton www.poynton.com poynton@poynton.com tel +1 416 413 1377 fax +1 416 413 1378 Many of us work for hours each day in front of displays.

### Physics 41 Chapter 38 HW Key

Physics 41 Chapter 38 HW Key 1. Helium neon laser light (63..8 nm) is sent through a 0.300-mm-wide single slit. What is the width of the central imum on a screen 1.00 m from the slit? 7 6.38 10 sin θ.11

### Picasso Style Abstract Portraits

Picasso Style Abstract Portraits Pablo Picasso created more styles of art than any artist before or after him. Many of his abstract portraits are in a split portrait style, meaning that half of the face

### A Study on the Actual Implementation of the Design Methods of Ambiguous Optical Illusion Graphics

A Study on the Actual Implementation of the Design Methods of Ambiguous Optical Illusion Graphics. Chiung-Fen Wang *, Regina W.Y. Wang ** * Department of Industrial and Commercial Design, National Taiwan

### Basic Shapes. Most paintings can be broken down into basic shapes. See how this famous painting by Cézanne can be broken down into basic shapes.

Basic Shapes Squares, rectangles, triangles, cones, cylinders, circles, ovals...these are the basic shapes that will aid you in drawing objects more accurately. This technique can be used when doing a

### Keywords for the study of Junior Cert art

able abstract acrylic activity aesthetic/aesthetics analyze ancient animation applied arch arches architect architectural architecture art art process artist artistic artists arts artwork artworks assemble

### Color Read-Aloud. Other books about colors

Color Read-Aloud Kids usually learn their colors before they even go to school. But, do they know that colors are made from light? There is science behind colors that we don t often consider. This theme

### Lesson #13 Congruence, Symmetry and Transformations: Translations, Reflections, and Rotations

Math Buddies -Grade 4 13-1 Lesson #13 Congruence, Symmetry and Transformations: Translations, Reflections, and Rotations Goal: Identify congruent and noncongruent figures Recognize the congruence of plane

### Linking Math With Art Through The Elements of Design

2007 Asilomar Mathematics Conference Linking Math With Art Through The Elements of Design Presented by Renée Goularte Thermalito Union School District Oroville, California www.share2learn.com share2learn@sbcglobal.net

### Research. Investigation of Optical Illusions on the Aspects of Gender and Age. Dr. Ivo Dinov Department of Statistics/ Neuroscience

RESEARCH Research Ka Chai Lo Dr. Ivo Dinov Department of Statistics/ Neuroscience Investigation of Optical Illusions on the Aspects of Gender and Age Optical illusions can reveal the remarkable vulnerabilities

### Multivariate data visualization using shadow

Proceedings of the IIEEJ Ima and Visual Computing Wor Kuching, Malaysia, Novembe Multivariate data visualization using shadow Zhongxiang ZHENG Suguru SAITO Tokyo Institute of Technology ABSTRACT When visualizing

### Standard 1(Making): The student will explore and refine the application of media, techniques, and artistic processes.

Lesson 9 Picasso and Cubism: Self-Portraits How are many sides of an object expressed at once? How is a subject reconstructed into planes, forms and colors? LESSON OVERVIEW/OBJECTIVES This lesson focuses

### The Lighting Effects Filter

Appendix appendix E The Lighting Effects Filter The Lighting Effects filter is like a little program in itself. With this filter, you can create a wealth of different lighting effects, from making a particular

### Name Class Date. spectrum. White is not a color, but is a combination of all colors. Black is not a color; it is the absence of all light.

Exercises 28.1 The Spectrum (pages 555 556) 1. Isaac Newton was the first person to do a systematic study of color. 2. Circle the letter of each statement that is true about Newton s study of color. a.

### Painting A Face in Oils

Painting A Face in Oils Ebook Guide to Painting a Face. HOW TO PAINT A FACE IN OILS Welcome to 2PaintMiniatures.com tutorial on Painting a Face in Oils. Please make sure you are connected to the Internet

### Color Talk Every color has several dimensions. The following chart shows various words used to describe the characteristics of color.

HHF-MWB.148 Color Basics Color is a powerful design tool that affects a room s appearance as well as your feelings. It surrounds us, intrigues us and excites us! We plan for its use in our homes and workplaces.

### ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY 2013 CONTENTS ByME 2 Arts and Crafts ByME 3 Contents Levels 1 to 6 4 Student s Book 10 Teacher s Material 34 Online Resources 40 ByME THE BEST IS YET TO COME ARTS AND CRAFTS ByME

### appalachian state university bfa graphic design Candidacy Portfolio Review

portfolio materials» intro. to graphic design all projects & process book» typography i all projects & process book» three drawings» two works from non-graphic design courses (one of which must be 3d)»

### Photoshop- Image Editing

Photoshop- Image Editing Opening a file: File Menu > Open Photoshop Workspace A: Menus B: Application Bar- view options, etc. C: Options bar- controls specific to the tool you are using at the time. D:

### Perspective and Space

Perspective and Space Space: The element of art referring to the emptiness or area between, around, above, below, or within objects. FOREGROUND - Part of the picture plane that appears closest to the viewer

### What makes it necessary to have rituals in the Art room?

FOURTH GRADE QUARTER ONE - LINE Why is it important to have Rules What makes it necessary to have rituals in the Art room? rituals and routines in the art room? routines Rituals & Routines: Teacher establishes

### PAUL MITCHELL S FIRST-EVER HAIR COLOR COMPETITION

2016 PAUL MITCHELL S FIRST-EVER HAIR COLOR COMPETITION COMPETITION OVERVIEW Intro to Competition Paul Mitchell invites you to Color Outside the Lines and show off your hair-coloring skills. Enter to snag

### Styling A Face Shape Aiming For The Oval. Creating the Illusion with Hair, Make-up and Wardrobe

Styling A Face Shape Aiming For The Oval Creating the Illusion with Hair, Make-up and Wardrobe Hairstyle and make-up are the tools we use to enhance our facial features and a more attractive finished product.

### CBIR: Colour Representation. COMPSCI.708.S1.C A/P Georgy Gimel farb

CBIR: Colour Representation COMPSCI.708.S1.C A/P Georgy Gimel farb Colour Representation Colour is the most widely used visual feature in multimedia context CBIR systems are not aware of the difference