The Principles of Art <ul><li>Balance </li></ul><ul><li>Emphasis </li></ul><ul><li>Variety </li></ul><ul><li>Rhythm </li><...
Georgia O ’Keeffe Balance Balance  is a principle of art concerned with equalizing visual forces, or elements, in a work o...
Mark Rothko
Frida Kahlo
Diego Rivera
Rose Window at Notre Dame
Andrew Wyeth Emphasis Emphasis makes one part of a work dominant over the other parts.
FrancescoGoya
Commemorative Bronze,  Kingdom of Benin
Hokusai
Kurt Schwitters Variety Variety is concerned with difference or contrast.
Joseph Cornell
James Rosenquist
Robert Rauschenberg
Henri Matisse Rhythm Rhythm  indicates movement by the repetition of elements or objects. Five types of rhythm: random, re...
Andy Goldsworthy
Cy Twombly
Jasper Johns
Jacob Lawrence Unity Unity is the feeling that everything in the work of art works together and looks like it fits.
Egyptian Hieroglyphics
Janet Fish
Louise Nevelson
George Bellows Movement Directional Movement  is used to create the look and feeling of action and to guide the viewer eye...
Edvard Munch
Alexander Calder
Vincent Van Gogh
Tom Otterness Proportion Proportion concerned with the size relationships of one part to another.
Claes Oldenburg
Fernando Botero
Amedeo Modigliani
You guess…
Formal Balance
Proportion or Formal Balance if viewed from the front
Emphasis or Movement
Rhythm, Pattern, or Emphasis
Unity and Movement
Emphasis
Rhythm or Movement
Emphasis or Proportion
Unity or Rhythm
Proportion or Unity
Visual Movement or Unity
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This is a collective power point created by several Fulton county teachers. It follows the mnemonic "BEVRUMP" when teaching the principles.

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  1. 1. The Principles of Art <ul><li>Balance </li></ul><ul><li>Emphasis </li></ul><ul><li>Variety </li></ul><ul><li>Rhythm </li></ul><ul><li>Unity </li></ul><ul><li>Movement </li></ul><ul><li>Proportion </li></ul>Helen Frankenthaler.
  2. 2. Georgia O ’Keeffe Balance Balance is a principle of art concerned with equalizing visual forces, or elements, in a work of art. Three types of balance are: Formal (Symmetrical), Informal (asymetrical), and Radial.
  3. 3. Mark Rothko
  4. 4. Frida Kahlo
  5. 5. Diego Rivera
  6. 6. Rose Window at Notre Dame
  7. 7. Andrew Wyeth Emphasis Emphasis makes one part of a work dominant over the other parts.
  8. 8. FrancescoGoya
  9. 9. Commemorative Bronze, Kingdom of Benin
  10. 10. Hokusai
  11. 11. Kurt Schwitters Variety Variety is concerned with difference or contrast.
  12. 12. Joseph Cornell
  13. 13. James Rosenquist
  14. 14. Robert Rauschenberg
  15. 15. Henri Matisse Rhythm Rhythm indicates movement by the repetition of elements or objects. Five types of rhythm: random, regular, alternating, flowing, and progressive.
  16. 16. Andy Goldsworthy
  17. 17. Cy Twombly
  18. 18. Jasper Johns
  19. 19. Jacob Lawrence Unity Unity is the feeling that everything in the work of art works together and looks like it fits.
  20. 20. Egyptian Hieroglyphics
  21. 21. Janet Fish
  22. 22. Louise Nevelson
  23. 23. George Bellows Movement Directional Movement is used to create the look and feeling of action and to guide the viewer eye throughout a work of art.
  24. 24. Edvard Munch
  25. 25. Alexander Calder
  26. 26. Vincent Van Gogh
  27. 27. Tom Otterness Proportion Proportion concerned with the size relationships of one part to another.
  28. 28. Claes Oldenburg
  29. 29. Fernando Botero
  30. 30. Amedeo Modigliani
  31. 31. You guess…
  32. 32. Formal Balance
  33. 33. Proportion or Formal Balance if viewed from the front
  34. 34. Emphasis or Movement
  35. 35. Rhythm, Pattern, or Emphasis
  36. 36. Unity and Movement
  37. 37. Emphasis
  38. 38. Rhythm or Movement
  39. 39. Emphasis or Proportion
  40. 40. Unity or Rhythm
  41. 41. Proportion or Unity
  42. 42. Visual Movement or Unity

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