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The Elements and Principles of Art
Transcript of The Elements and Principles of Art
Strokes that show motion and connect two points.
Shows an object in space, the mass or positive it occupies.
What is between two objects, also known as negative space.
The feel, real or implied, on an object or its surface.
Area enclosed when both sides of a line meet. Shapes can be geometric or organic.
Hue. May be complementary, analogous, primary, secondary, tertiary, or part of a color wheel.
The lightness of darkness of an object or color. Often used with drawings.
Difference between two or more elements in a composition; juxtaposition of dissimilar elements in a work of art; also, the degree of difference between the lightest and darkness of a picture
Special stress given to an element to make it stand out.
The principle of design that combines elements in a work of art to emphasize the similarities of separate but related parts.
Shows actions, or alternatively, the path the viewer's eye follows throughout an artwork. Movement is caused by using elements under the rules of the principles in picture to give the feeling of motion and to guide the viewer's eyes throughout the artwork. In movement an art should flow, because the artist has the ability to control the viewer's eye.
Intentional , regular repetition of lines of shapes to achieve a specific repetitious effect or pattern.
Making an element appear to hold a secondary or lesser importance within a design or work of art.
Total visual effect in a composition achieved by the careful blending of the elements of art and the principles of design.
A principle of art concerned with combining one or more elements of art in different ways to create difference.
The way in which the elements in visual arts create a feeling of equilibrium in a work of art.