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Re: Characteristics of Line (before or after personal experience)

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Susan Bennett (sbennett)
Wed, 13 Oct 1999 20:17:15 -0400


Do you have the isbn number on this book? Is it still in print? Susan in
Ohio
-----Original Message-----
From: Janjarreau <Janjarreau>
To: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
Date: Monday, October 11, 1999 1:11 PM
Subject: Characteristics of Line (before or after personal experience)

>Betty
> I am about to get into student teaching, with a B.S. in Art Edcation.
We
>have dug pretty deep into the meaning of the elements & principles. These
>discussions are always in a lecture class for example Basic Design,
>Aestetics, Art for Children & Art History. In studio classes the elements
>etc. will come up only in critique. Professors are very careful not to
>suggest anything to us while we are creating. It is afterward these
elements
>are discussed. Eventually things click together and then more pre thought
may
>be put into a piece. Not that that is a good thing. As a teacher you may
find
>these "rules" helpful for your more left brain anaylitical thinkers.
>
>By the way, I found out what the "location" of a Line is. It is very boring
>but here goes.
>"The control exercised over the measure, type, or direction of a line can
be
>enhanced or diminished by its specific location. According to its
placement,
>a line can serve to unify or divide, balance or unbalance a pictorial area.
A
>diagonal line might be soaring or plunging, depending upon its high or low
>position relative to the frame. The various attributes of line can act in
>concert toward one goal or can serve separate roles of expression and
design.
>A fully developed work, therefore, may recognize and use all physical
>properties, although it is also possible that fewer than the total number
can
>be successfully used. This is true largely because of the dual role of
these
>properties. For instance, unity in a work might be achieved by repetition
of
>line length, at the same time that variety is being created through
>difference in the line's width, medium, or other properties." pgs. 80, 81.
ART
> FUNDAMENTALS Theory And Practice. Written by, Ocvirk, Stinson, Wigg,
>Bone, Cayton. 8th. edition.
>
>Janice Jarreau
>janjarreau
>