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  • 1. DESIGN
    • Is the overall arrangement of all the visual elements of a work of art.
    • DESIGNING
    • Is a skill that takes some careful study to master.
  • 2.  
  • 3. THE ART PRINCIPLE OF HARMONY
    • HARMONY
    • Refers to a way of combining similarities. Visual
    • harmony is achieved when all of the art
    • elements within a work of art blend together on
    • a pleasant, comprehensive, and unified whole.
    • A harmonious work of art might use only
    • organic or only geometric shapes and lines to
    • create a unified composition. Using all cool or all
    • warm colors would help to produce a harmonious
    • work of art.
  • 4.
    • Unity is the hallmark of a good design. It's the final result in a composition when all the design elements work harmoniously together giving the viewer a satisfying sense of belonging and relationship.
  • 5. THE ART PRINCIPLE OF BALANCE
    • This refers to the way in which visual weight is
    • distributed throughout a composition.
    • Compositions can display either symmetrical,
    • or radial balance.
  • 6.  
  • 7.  
  • 8. Symmetrical Balance
    • Balance refers to a composition
    • in which the visual weight is
    • perfectly and evenly distributed
    • each side of the artwork.
    • A symmetrical composition can
    • be divided down the center and
    • each side will be close to a
    • mirror image of the other.
  • 9.  
  • 10. Asymmetrical Balance
    • Balance refers to those
    • compositions in which the
    • visual weight is not evenly
    • distributed to both sides of the
    • work of art. Asymmetrical
    • artworks will have dominant
    • side in which the majority of the
    • visual weight is placed.
  • 11.  
  • 12. Radial
    • Balance occurs when objects are
    • Positioned around a central point. The
    • daisy, with its petals radiating from the
    • center of the flower, is a good example.
    • Notice how the stained-glass window
    • was designed using radial balance.
  • 13. THE ART PRINCIPLE OF RHYTHM
    • Rhythm refers to the use of visual repetition
    • within a work of art. Repeating visual elements
    • can create visual energy and interest.
    • Rhythm can also be referred to as pattern.
    • Patterns within an artwork are created by
    • repeating certain colors, line or shapes in
    • specific areas. Rhythm can be used to create
    • texture and variety within a work of art
  • 14.  
  • 15. Influenced of Vincent van Gogh artwork.
  • 16. THE ART PRINCIPLE OF VARIETY
    • Variety is a way of combining elements in
    • involved ways to create intricate and
    • complicated relationships. Variety is
    • accomplished by using differing lines, shapes,
    • and colors within an artwork to make key areas
    • stand out.
  • 17. THE ART PRINCIPLE OF MOVEMENT
    • Movement refers to how the designs direct our
    • eyes when looking at it. It does not refer to a
    • depiction of movement within an artwork.
    • Because of this, movement can be referred to
    • as visual movement.
    • An artist creates visual movement to drive the
    • eye to the focal point of the artwork.
  • 18. Movement is the path our eyes follow when we look at a work of art. The purpose of movement is to create unity in the artwork with eye travel.
  • 19.  
  • 20. THE ART PRINCIPLE OF EMPHASIS
    • Emphasis refers to the need of an artist to
    • create a focal point within a composition. The
    • focal point is the most important part of a work
    • of art and the viewer’s eye should be drawn to
    • that area.
    • The point that is emphasized is the part of the
    • painting, drawing, or sculpture that the artist
    • feels is the most important. In a portrait, the
    • focal point will almost always be the eyes of the
    • subject. Using a contrasting colors can also help to
    • emphasize a focal point.
  • 21. Emphasis is the stressing of a particular area of focus
  • 22. In this painting it is easy to see how the artist used light to emphasize the chef. He stands out as the main focal point of the entire the painting.
  • 23. THE ART PRINCIPLE OF PROPORTION
    • Proportion is concerned with the relationship of
    • certain elements to the whole and to each
    • other. Artist must make sure that the relative
    • sizes of items within a composition make
    • logical sense.
  • 24. Harmony Good Harmony Lack Harmony The shape of one part should “fit” the shape of its adjoining elements
  • 25. Example of principle of variety
  • 26. SEATWORK
    • Analyze your own Sunday dress/ clothes of you
    • favorite personality/dress of your teacher using
    • the elements and principles of art and design.
    • (e.g., color symbolism, fabric connotations,
    • labels.) You could also relate dress to
    • personality. (e.g., how does a person’s attire
    • express her/his personality?)
  • 27. ASSIGNMENT
    • MAKING A JOURNAL ENTRY
    • Look for small reproductions of work of art in newspaper or magazines from your school library.
    • Respond to this work, using the vocabulary associated with the visual elements and principles of art and design.
    • Use the space below for your writing. Do not forget the date of your entry.,

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