BALANCEEMPHASISSCALEPROPORTIONREPETITIONRHYTHMUNITYVARIETY
The way the elements are arranged in a workSuzukiHarunobu Girlviewing plumblossoms atnight 1725-1750
Or the Focal pointAchieved in one of 3 ways• Emphasis by Contrast• Emphasis by Isolation• Emphasis by Placement
The use of differences and change toincrease the visual interest of the workWassily KandinskyComposition VII, 1913
Repetitionof partsto produce thelook and feel ofMovement
The comparativerelationshipofone part to anotherwith regardtosize, quantity, degree;SCALE
When all the Elements andPrinciples work together tocreate a pleasing imageVincent van Gough,The Starry Night, 1889
EmphasisBalanceRhythmRepetitionVarietyTogetherCreateUNITY!!!
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    1. 1. BALANCEEMPHASISSCALEPROPORTIONREPETITIONRHYTHMUNITYVARIETY
    2. 2. The way the elements are arranged in a workSuzukiHarunobu Girlviewing plumblossoms atnight 1725-1750
    3. 3. Or the Focal pointAchieved in one of 3 ways• Emphasis by Contrast• Emphasis by Isolation• Emphasis by Placement
    4. 4. The use of differences and change toincrease the visual interest of the workWassily KandinskyComposition VII, 1913
    5. 5. Repetitionof partsto produce thelook and feel ofMovement
    6. 6. The comparativerelationshipofone part to anotherwith regardtosize, quantity, degree;SCALE
    7. 7. When all the Elements andPrinciples work together tocreate a pleasing imageVincent van Gough,The Starry Night, 1889
    8. 8. EmphasisBalanceRhythmRepetitionVarietyTogetherCreateUNITY!!!

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