A shape is an element of art. These shapes are limited to two dimensions, length and width. Geometric shapes- circles, rectangles, squares, triangles, etc…
A form is an element of art. At its most basic, a form is a three-dimensional geometrical figure- sphere, cube, cylinder, cone, etc…
Art, shape and form the boundaries of which are defined by other elements- lines, colors, values, textures, etc…
Credits: Photos taken by Jeni in Augusta, Sicily
August 12, 2012
17 thoughts on “Art Forms”
great captures, well seen ! :–)
My Fav’s are the 1st and 2nd and last pic.
Love the shot of the balconies, especially – great geometric abstract!
Brilliant shapes. . . Love it!
Thank you, I really appreciated your comment especially from someone with a great eye for design! 🙂
Oh thank you for the amazing compliment 🙂 I do love it – both the post and the image boost 😉
Great shapes! I’ve always wanted to do the alphabet challenge where you take pictures of things that look like an alphabet letter – trying to collect the entire alphabet.
That is a great blogging concept. why not do an alphabet challenge and post your photography as whenever you see your letters…in order of course?!
love the building in the pic second from the bottom!
Reply, thank you it’s very retro looking, art deco? I’m thinking old Miami?
excellent sepia effect and choice of subjects!
Thank you for your comment. 🙂 It actually started as B&W with change in contrast and 2 levels of boost, giving the photos more of a sepia tone…
Great photos, Jeni! The first 2 are my favs!!! xoxo Kristin
I appreciated your feedback! I always list my favs in order.. 🙂
Nice series of photos..
Thank you kindly, it was a great day for me! 🙂
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