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 Form The shape and structure of the figures or objects Composition The way the figures or objects are arranged Line The path of a point moving in space, an invisible line of sight Color Light reveals all colors Hue The property giving color its name: color has two basic variables - 1. the apparent amount of light reflected 2. the apparent purity Color Triange 1. Primary Colors 2. Secondary Colors 1. Red, Yellow, and Blue 2. Orange, Green, and Purple Texture The quality of a surface, such as a rough, shiny, or smooth Space Can be actual or illusional Mass Describes 3 dimensional space, the bulk, density and weight of matter in space Volume Describes 3 dimensional space, the space that mass organizes, divides, or encloses Perspective Creates an illusion of depth or space on a 2 dimensional surface Foreshortening Produces the illusion that one part of the body is farther away then another Proportion Concerns the relationship (in terms of size) of the parts of persons, buildings or objects Hierarchical of Scale The enlarging of elements considered the most important Painting or Drawing 2 dimensiional = length x width Sculpture 3 dimensional = lenght x width x depth Categories of Sculpture Subtractive ie. carving Additive ie. casting Term for sculpture with a background High Relief Sculpture: When the sculpture(s) PROJECT FORCEFULLY out of the background Low Relief Sculpture: When the sculpture(s) DO NOT PROJECT FORCEFULLY out of the background Architecture 3 dimensional = length x width x depth -buildings are groupings of enclosed spaces and enclosing masses -People experience archtecture visually and by moving through and around it -plans are used for design purposes -architecture mirrors cultural values: how we move through space and how we interact with each other