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  1. 1. Value --Repetition, Ryhthm, and Pattern Thomas Green
  2. 2. Elements of Art Line Texture Space/Perspective Shape/Form Color Value
  3. 3. Principles of Design Pattern Rhythm/movement Proportion Scale Balance Unity/Variety Emphasis
  4. 4. Value • Value is the lightness or darkness of a color. • You can obtain different values by adding black or white to a color. • A light color is called a tint of the original hue. For example, pink is a tint of red. • To make a color darker in value, black is added. A dark color is called a shade of the original hue. Maroon is a shade of red.
  5. 5. Value –the relative luminosity (light and dark of a color, or gray) Thomas Green
  6. 6. Repetition refers to one object repeated; Rhythm is a combination of elements repeated, but with variation Pattern is a combination of objects or shapes repeated in a recurring and regular arrangement;
  7. 7. Repetition, Rhythm and Pattern. Repeating art elements in regular or cyclical fashion can create interest, movement, and/or harmony and unity. Rhythms can be random, regular, alternating, flowing, and progressive. Classes of pattern include mosaics, lattices, spirals, meanders, waves, symmetry and fractals, among others.
  8. 8. REPETITION-Repeated use of a shape, color, or other art element or design in a work can help unify different parts into a whole. The repetition might be limited to only an instance or two: not enough to create a pattern or rhythm, but enough to cause a visual echo and reinforce or accent certain aspects of the work.
  9. 9. Rhythm When motifs or elements are repeated, alternated, or otherwise arranged, the intervals between them or how they overlap can create rhythm and a sense of movement. In visual rhythm, design motifs become the beats. Rhythms can be broadly categorized as random, regular, alternating, flowing, and progressive.
  10. 10. Repetition is created when a similar line, shape, or color is repeated in a composition
  11. 11. Repetition is created when a similar line, shape, or color is repeated in a composition • REPETITION OCCURS IN ALL FORMS OF RHYTHM AND PATTERNS. FOR REPETITION TO OCCUR, ONE OF THE ELEMENTS NEEDS TO BE REPEATED AT LEAST ONE TIME, GIVING A TOTAL OF 2 CHARACTERS WITHIN THE COMPOSITION.
  12. 12. Rhythm
  13. 13. IRREGULAR OR RANDOM RHYTHM-Groupings of similar motifs or elements that repeat with no regularity create a random rhythm.
  14. 14. IRREGULAR OR RANDOM RHYTHM-Groupings of similar motifs or elements that repeat with no regularity create a random rhythm.
  15. 15. Regular Rhythm A regular rhythm occurs when the intervals between the elements, and often the elements themselves, are similar in size or length
  16. 16. Regular Rhythm
  17. 17. Regular Rhythm
  18. 18. Regular Rhythm
  19. 19. Flowing Rhythm • A flowing rhythm gives a sense of movement, and is often more organic in nature
  20. 20. Flowing Rhythm
  21. 21. Flowing Rhythm
  22. 22. Progressive Rhythm • A progressive rhythm shows a sequence of forms through a progression of steps
  23. 23. Progressive Rhythm
  24. 24. Progressive Rhythm-creating a sense of depth
  25. 25. Progressive Rhythm-creating a sense of depth
  26. 26. Progressive Rhythm-creating a sense of depth
  27. 27. Progressive Rhythm
  28. 28. Alternating Rhythm-Two or more different motifs may be alternated, such as the black and red squares in a checkerboard; a single motif might be flipped, mirrored or rotated every so many iterations; or the placement or spacing between motifs can be alternated.
  29. 29. Alternating Rhythm-Two or more different motifs may be alternated, such as the black and red squares in a checkerboard; a single motif might be flipped, mirrored or rotated every so many iterations; or the placement or spacing between motifs can be alternated.
  30. 30. Pattern-combination of shapes repeating in a recurring and regular arrangement
  31. 31. Pattern is a repetition of units or elements. I Pledge Allegiance Derek Albeck
  32. 32. The unit that repeats is called a MOTIF • 4 motifs are present 4 times in this pattern.
  33. 33. This circle is a MOTIF… in this PATTERN
  34. 34. Pattern-combination of shapes repeating in a recurring and regular arrangement
  35. 35. Pattern
  36. 36. Pattern
  37. 37. Pattern
  38. 38. Pattern and rhythm in Art and Nature
  39. 39. Pattern in Art and nature
  40. 40. Pattern and rhythm in Art and Nature
  41. 41. Pattern and rhythm in Art and Nature
  42. 42. Pattern and rhythm in Art and Nature

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