Exploring Texture The Texture Element of Art by Matalyn Mahan

What is Texture?

Texture describes the feeling of an actual surface.

Texture refers to the way an object feels to the touch or the way an object looks like it may feel IF it were touched.

WHERE DO WE FIND TEXTURE?

Texture can be found everywhere around us...

In our Homes

Mirror Frame found in home

In our Schools

A lot of schools are make of brick

In Nature

Sunflower

In ART

Oil Painting demonstrating Texture

LETS IDENTIFY DIFFERENT KINDS OF TEXTURE

The blue blanket has a SOFT texture

The leaves have a CRUNCHY and CRUMBLING texture

The screen door has a WIRY texture

The decorative wing has a ROUGH texture

Texture can be created in numerous ways when creating art. It is one of the 7 elements of art and it plays a vital role in the realism, uniqueness, and interest of a piece of art.

LETS EXPLORE DIFFERENT TEXTURES IN ART

HOW DO WE CREATE TEXTURE IN OUR ART PIECES?

Credits:

Created with images by fdecomite - "Textures" • Kya Cookie - "Textures" • Yndra - "Texture" • Madzik - "texture" • Asja. - "texture #89" • christinejwarner - "Bricks" • Arturo Espinosa - "213/11 - Elena Vataga for JKPP" • David Hurt - "Textures" • Yndra - "Texture" • puppaluppa - "Texture" • sure2talk - "fiery texture" • Arturo Espinosa - "194/11 - Rodney for JKPP" • attanatta - "Alex_Grey-Praying3" • Arturo Espinosa - "287/11 - Rio. Sta. Fé de Montseny Barcelona." • Yuri Yudaev - "Nonfigurative II. 1997 Беспредметное II" • Arturo Espinosa - "Carmen González for JKPP" • iquraishi - "guitarist metal scrap" • Asja. - "texture #92"

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