6 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- a part of the design that is emphasized by contrasted materials, the area of focus; generally in the base of a design where all materials meet.
- Why is the concept of rhythm important to floral design?
- a subordinate element that enhances the primary structure of a composition. also, to call attention to a particular location in a floral design; used to create emphasis
- What are some unique accessories that my be incorporated into arrangements to draw the eye?
- turning or directing flower heads certain ways in order to increase interest and visual movement within a design.
- a method of achieving visual rhythm.
6 True/False Questions
focal point → the center of attraction, usually within the focal area; often highlighted with a distinctive flower or accessory item.
isolation → separation of a flower or group of flowers from the rest of the arrangement. a method of creating an area of emphasis or a focal point.
form flower → the center of attraction, usually within the focal area; often highlighted with a distinctive flower or accessory item.
sequencing → a design technique in which flowers and materials are placed in a gradual or progressive change through the gradation of color, the transition of size, and so on.
rhythm → a visual flow or movement characterized by the repetition of elements or features; when repeated, color, line, form, spacing, and other elements assist the eye in moving easily throughout a design.
accessories → any material or object, other than plant material, such as: candles, bows, novelties, and plush toys, added to enhance the theme of the design. also, may refer to plant materials other than flowers and foliage, such as: pine cones, sticks, bamboo, and berries.