I think this is a good question. I used to define organic shapes as those
found in nature--but that doesn't explain all the geometry in natural
objects. Now I describe organic shapes as amoeba type shapes, but I
could use help on this one too.
> This may be a stupid question - but how do you describe the difference > between geometric & organic shapes to Elem. students? Another Art teacher & > I disagreed about weather or not stars & hearts are geometric or organic (I > thought they were organic). Looking for answers. Thanks! :) > > Laura Allan >