Principles of Design. The ART ELEMENTS (line, shape, color, value, texture, form and space) combine to form the PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN.

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Principles of DesignPrinciples of DesignThe ART ELEMENTS (line, shape, color, value, texture, form and space) combine to form the PRINCIPLES OF DESIGNContrastOpposites - A large difference between two things; for example, hot and cold, green and red, light and shadow, smooth and rough, organic and geometric B L A C KW H I T EContrastContrastRichard DeaconContrastContrastRuth DuckworthRepetition an Element of art used over and over and over and over againRepetitionLouise NevelsonDale ChihulyRepetitionAndy GoldsworthyRepetitionRepetitionRepetitionTony CraggRepetitionAlexander CalderRepetitionPattern With repetition, a pattern can be created. Any element can be repeated to form a pattern: line, shape, color, value, textureKandinskys Concentric CirclesMC Escher TessellationPatternPatternPatternPatternLauren ClayAino KajaiemiPatternMovementTo create the illusion of action and a sense of motion guides the viewer's eyes throughout the artwork Barbara HepworthMovementGiacomo BallaUmberto Boccioni MovementRuth DuckworthEvolutionofGenius.comMovementJen StarkDale ChihulyMovementMovementSydney Opera HouseMovementTony CraggJennifer McCurdyBalanceArranged elements so that no one part seems heavier or overpowers another Symmetrical Balance - one side duplicates or mirrors the other Asymmetrical Balance - one side differs from the other Radial Symmetry - similar parts regularly arranged around a central axis Symmetrical BalanceFerry StavermanSu BlackwellPeter Beasecker Asymmetrical BalanceScott BennettTony CraggRadial BalanceRichard SweeneyAngela O'KellyJen StarkProportion the size relationship of one part to the whole of an objectProportionAlberto GiacomettiMichelangeloProportionAnish KapoorProportionProportionDonald Lipski VarietyThe combination of different elements of artThe opposite of variety is unityBarbara HepworthJen StarkVarietySol LeWittLouise NevelsonUnity the look of completeness or wholeness A totality that combines all of its parts into one complete, cohesive whole. Alexander CalderRichard DeaconUnitySol LeWittEmphasis points of interest that pull the viewer's eye to important parts Scott BennettEmphasisUmberto Boccioni *

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