Hues: hue is any colour that can be easily and effectively used in it’s pure form. (RGB scale) Saturation: the brightness, and use of one particular colour. The picture above uses a wide saturation of pinks and reds, because those are the colours you see most of. Intensity: the intensity is how much of one type of colour is used, if it is used dark or lightly. For example the picture above, uses light colours, they are bright and appealing to the viewer’s eye.
The composition is balanced; illusionism through perspective creates a recession in space; detailed modeling and shading make the painting appear realistic and human; vibrant colors are spread throughout; and a smooth, brushless texture adds to that realistic appearance. This work demonstrates the beauty and detail that was brought to if during the Renaissance.
This piece particularly exposes those wonderful and positive emotions that I hold in, it revokes the great times that I've had in my life so far, but can also appeal to the unfavorable ones that remain in the past. In Lauren Fishers piece she uses many forms of the various elements of art which draws in Fisher’s viewers. Using geographic and organic shapes throughout her piece, the structured shapes contrasted with the unpronounced shapes creates diversity and balance in the piece which makes it very intriguing to view. To add to her piece she also focuses on using both warm and cool colors, this brings more variety of color to her piece but it also emphasizes the content of her piece, which elicits the brightness of summertime. One of the main things that she does in her piece is uses directional line, she does this by forming a line of bees from the bottom of the painting to the top, what this does is guides the viewers eye to the top of the painting which displays brightness and positivity.
We are able to both ends of the space due to the mirror that he has chosen to include in the painting. This technique was very interesting at the time because it stimulated more of the viewer’s sense of space. The mirror evoked a feeling of being in the scene of the painting and witnessing it for yourself. "In its own way it was as new and revolutionary as Donatello's or Masaccio's work in Italy- Ernst Gombrich Van Eyck was a great oil painter and brought his paintings to life using a layering technique. Van Eyck would layer thin translucent layers of paint over and over again to build his objects.
There is also a great deal of emphasis found on each character of the painting by the light yellow halo found above their heads. This does a good job at emphasizing everyone’s importance in the
The use of color is an important aspect in David LaChapelle's photography. He uses saturation to a very high extent. As far as almost making his photography seem dreamlike. I think it's beautiful, and I love the bright colors he uses. Even though he may use a lot of computer manipulation, I think LaChapelle's photography shows a distinct honesty throughout his photography.
Lines in an architectural site can be applied to define force, power and movement. The lines in the St. Martin’s Episcopal Church that indicate strength are situa... ... middle of paper ... ... of adoration, utilized to honor God in a calm aura. St. Martin’s brings people together to share a common interest in the Lord. It is an attention worthy structure that will catch the eye of any being, religious or not. Works Cited Cvijovis, Nick.
“The unity of this composition is generated by the careful interweaving of the three color ‘ The yellow is foreground, reality, and the blue and green are the space”. When people look at this sainted-glass window, with light illuminating those color, they feel serene and joyful. Furthermore, in his another artwork, Harmony in Red 1908, he used red and analogous red color in the image. It expresses passion and active to viewers. In the article, the author believes that Matisse was happy in that time.
The detail added to the face and the capture of emotion really changed the way people looked at art. The viewer now can take in all of the emotion in the scene and feel the way the artist intended them to feel. Chiaroscuro played a big role in showing the humanistic side of the art. People used the detail to show their own persecutive on how beautiful the human body can be. Overall Rogier Van der Weyden’s “The Descent from the Cross” is a wonderful display of humanism in the Renaissance era and can be appreciated for centuries to come.
Colors can make anything prettier and more lifelike for everyone to enjoy its beautiful meaning. Maddox states “Interest in these art forms as social expression is broad, and the work itself takes many shapes—from simple tags of identity, to scrawled expressions of protest and politics, to complex and beautiful scenes that virtually everyone would say are “art”, despite their sometimes rough locations.” (Nature of Cities). The colors and shapes catch your attention always and it makes everything more interesting because you can appreciate even more the art. This is making this new form of art more popular and attracting others to follow an open invitation. It certainly differentiates itself from art inside a museum or a palace or a church.