Line: A point in space where the length is greater than the width, and can be in any direction, thick or thin, and straight or curved. In these pictures, line is used to create a sense of height for buildings and towns.
Shape: An element of art that is flat and two-dimensional, using either geometric or free-form shapes.
Texture: How something feels or looks like it would feel if you touched it. Textures can be smooth, rough, hard or soft.
Value: The lightness or darkness in something, and the effect of light and shadows it leaves.
Space: Emptiness around or within objects. Negative space is the space around the object, and positive space is the space in the object.
Color: The element that uses hues, values, and intensities of color to make art interesting and add a mood to the piece.
Rhythm: Repeated elements in artwork to show movement.
Movement: Movement is something placed in an artwork to guide the viewer's eye throughout the piece.