CBSE Class 10 Painting Space Worksheet Solved

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 THEORY Unit – I – (C) Fundamentals of Painting (The Elements of Art)

Space, as one of the classic seven elements of art, refers to the distances or areas around, between, and within components of a piece. Space can be positive or negative, open or closed, shallow or deep, and two-dimensional or threedimensional. Sometimes space isn't explicitly presented within a piece, but the illusion of it is.
Positive and Negative Space
The space which is covered by lines, shading, colours, textures etc. is called positive space while the open space around that shape is called negative space.
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The significance of negative space:
An artist attaches as much importance to negative space as he/she does to the positive space. An artist has to strike balance between the positive and negative space. An appropriate proportion of the positive and negative space and their balance impart harmony and unity to the entire piece of art. If the artist leaves too much negative space the balance is lost. On the other hand if the artist crowds the picture with too many positive spaces and too little negative space it becomes difficult to focus on any one of them. The positive and negative spaces therefore have to be well balanced and supplement each other.
Colour comes from light; if there was no light, we would have no colour. Light rays move in straight path from a light source. A light ray is composed of seven rays of colours. When light passes through a prism, it creates a rainbow of colours because it separates the different rays of colours in the spectrum. When the light ray hits an object, it is reflected by the object and makes an image on the retina of our eyes. Thus we can see an object. A red object appears red because it absorbs all the other rays of colours except the red colour ray which is reflected back
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