Answer the following questions in a paragraph of 8-12 lines and provide images.
A line is the most fundamental element of art.
The great modernist artist Paul Klee said it best: “A line is a dot that went for a walk.”
You cannot get much more visually basic than a dot, and a line extends from this. Lines can be actual, implied, straight, curvilinear or angular.
Review the “Element of Art-Line” [3:24] video and answer the following questions in one paragraph:
In your world—for example at home, work, or in your community—what lines are most prevalent? Provide an image of your example.
Remember to keep images at 500 KB or less in file size and use .jpg image format.
What other basic elements of art and principles of design do you experience in your environment?
Cite at least one example of an Element of Art or A Principle of Design in your home, your workplace or your neighborhood. Include an image with your response.
In artworks, we find two major components, FORM and CONTENT.
Referring to the image attached, identify the CONTENT of the work and one (or more) examples of FORM.
Please refer to the attached picture to provide a paragraph answer of 8-12 lines.
When you’re complete you should have TWO paragraphs (one for each question).