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    Principles Of Design Principles Of Design Presentation Transcript

    • Principles of Art and Design
    • Principles organize the work
      • Balance Emphasis Harmony Variety Gradation Movement Rhythm Proportion
    • Balance Emphasis Harmony Variety Gradation Movement Rhythm Proportion
      • creating a sense of
      • equilibrium or stability
      • in a work of art
      • symmetrical
      • asymmetrical
      • radial
    •  
    •  
    •  
    • Balance Emphasis Harmony Variety Gradation Movement Rhythm Proportion
      • contrast
      • or
      • stressing the differences
    •  
    • Balance Emphasis Harmony Variety Gradation Movement Rhythm Proportion
      • focus
      • on
      • the similarities
    •  
    • Balance Emphasis Harmony Variety Gradation Movement Rhythm Proportion
      • forming intricate
      • and complicated relationships
      • diversity
      • change
    •  
    • Balance Emphasis Harmony Variety Gradation Movement Rhythm Proportion
      • connecting elements
      • with
      • gradual changes
    •  
    • Balance Emphasis Harmony Variety Gradation Movement Rhythm Proportion
      • look and feeling
      • of action
      • directs the
      • viewer’s gaze
    •  
    • Balance Emphasis Harmony Variety Gradation Movement Rhythm Proportion
      • repetition
      • or
      • visual beat
    •  
    • Balance Emphasis Harmony Variety Gradation Movement Rhythm Proportion
      • relationships
      • between certain
      • pieces to
      • the whole
      • and each other
    •  
    • Balance Emphasis Harmony Variety Gradation Movement Rhythm Proportion
      • Questions??
    • u n i t y sense of oneness or wholeness in the work of art often an indicator of success
    • Part II: Elements of Art
    • Elements are the visual components of the work
      • Line
      • Color
      • Shape
      • Form
      • Texture
      • Value
      • Space
    • Color has three properties: hue, value, intensity
    • Line a continuous mark made by a moving point Contour – line that describes the outer limits of a shape, form, or object
    • Shape two-dimensional area clearly set off set off by one or more other elements
    • Form three-dimensional object, encloses volume
    • Space
    • Texture refers to the way things feel or look as if they may feel
    • Value Describes the relative lightness and darkness of an object