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* ART – Human activities creating visual… * DEVELOPMENTAL OF ARTS*

• Scribble Stage 1-3 yo – learn basic motor skills


*7 ELEMENTS OF ART* - enjoy moving their body to make marks
• Preschematic Stage 4-7- attempt to portray
something
1. Colors- characteristics of human visual perception
- Colors they use most like shows what they feel
-Primary Colors- Red, Yellow, Blue
• Schematic Stage 7-9- develop a specific way of
- Secondary Colors-Violet- Orange + Blue
illustrating objects
-Orange- Yellow + Red
- Picture represents what is important to a
-Green- Blue + Yellow child

-Tertiary Colors-Yellow Orange • Dawning Realism Stage 9-12- begin to draw


gendered materials
- Red Orange
-critical judgement to their own work
- Blue Green
• Pseudo-Naturalistic Stage 12+- show greater
-Yellow Green
visual awareness of their surroundings
- Blue Violet
- trying to show realistically reads many into
- Red Violet crisis

2. Lines- Most important element *7 PRINSIPLES OF ARTS*

-Refers to the continuous mark by moving • Variety- using different lines, shapes and colors
point within an artwork

LINE TYPES: Horizontal, Vertical, Diagonal, • Harmony- using similar types of shapes, lines or
Parallel, Perpendicular, Thick& Thin, Dotted or colors
Broken, Curved, Spiral/Swirl, Varied, Wavy/Curly,
• Balance- visual weight is distributed throughout a
Zigzag/Jogged.
composition
3. Shape-2 or 3 dimensional objects. Enclose space
• Movements- refers to the way that an eye move
define by other element of art.
throughout a work of art
4. Form- 3 dimensional and encloses volume
• Rhythm- use of visual repetition within a work of
- Cubes, Spheres, Cylinders art
5. Space- refers to the distance or are between - refers to as pattern
6. Texture- refers to the surface quality • Emphasis- refers to the need of an artist to
create a focal point within a composition
- Roughness, smoothness/softness
• Mediums- Graphite - Wax
7. Value- lightness or darkness of colors
- Acrylic - Pastel
- Oil paints - Crayons