Any part of an image or object organized so that one side duplicates or mirrors the other
Systematic, organized collection of student's work
Pertaining to repersentation of form or figure in art
The difference between two or more elements (e.g. Value, color, texture) in a compostion; juxtopostion of dissimlar elements in a work of art; also the degree of difference between the lightest and darkest part of a picture.
The arrangement of visual arts elements are arranged to create a feeling of equilibrium in a work of art. the three types of balance are symmetry, asymmetry, and radial. 1. - A balnce of parts on opposite sides of a perceived boundary. 2. Asymmetry - Intentionally unbalanced parts on opposite sides of a percived boundary giving the apperance of equal visual weigt. 3. Radial - Lines, shapes, or colors that emanade from a center.
Principles of Design
The organization of works ofart involving the ways in which the elements of art arranged: balance, contrast, dominance, emphasis, movement, repetion, rhythm, subordination, unity, variety
The empahsis of one aspect over all other aspects of a design
special stress given to an elemnt to make it stand out