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Principles of Art

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Principles of Art for all classes

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  • 1. PRINCIPLES OF ART (The Recipes)
  • 2. The difference between the “Elements” andthe “Principles” may seem vague or non-existent to you.Keep in mind that the “Elements” make up orbuild the imageThe “Principles” are about how theseelements are put together.It’s like the material you build a house with(Elements) Vs. the architectural plan (Principles)
  • 3. Rhythm & MovementThe way the viewer’seyes move across theimage createsMOVEMENT.Rythm the visual beatthat a viewer can feelwhen looking at theimage as they movetheir eyes across animage.You can have onewithout the other !
  • 4. In Photography
  • 5. Go to the URL below for ademo: http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/watch_ movement_rhythm.cfm
  • 6. Pattern & RepetitionPattern can be createdby repetition and viceversa.A repeating ELEMENTcreates a patternA pattern can becreated by manyelements repeatingtogether.
  • 7. Go to the URL below for ademo http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/watch_ pattern_repetition.cfm
  • 8. In photography
  • 9. Unity & HarmonyElements cometogether to create asense of “oneness”Elements do not overpower each other andcreate a sense ofharmony
  • 10. In photography
  • 11. Contrast & EmphasisDiffering elements puttogether in an imagecreate contrast andemphasis.Contrast is most oftencreated by extremelighting conditionsEmphasis is mostcommonly created bydiffering size, color, orshapes.
  • 12. In Photography
  • 13. BalanceThe placement of theelements in an imagecreates different typesof balanceSymmetrical dividesthe image equallyAsymmetrical dividesthe image unequallyRadial has elementsradiating from onepoint (not always inthe centre)
  • 14. In photography
  • 15. Go to the URL below for ademo http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/watch_ balance_symmetrical.cfm

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