To choose and arrange elements in such a way that they satisfy an artistic and/or functional intention.
In a two-dimensional work, the flat surface having only height and width.
A mark whose length is considerably greater than its width.
In two-dimensional work, a figure that appears to be flat.
In two-dimensional work, a figure that appears to be three dimensional, sometimes called, "mass" or "volume".
Surface features that can be felt with the hand or interpreted by the eye.
The dimensions and shape of a work.
In two-dimensional work, an imagine that appears to be somewhat closer to the viewer than the background against which it is presented.
The initial surface of a two-dimensional design.
Having length and width.