Design Composition Vocab
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An appreciation of beauty and in the quality in a work of art, which evokes a sense of elevated awareness In the viewer.
The element that first draw your attention to a particular spot.
The relative degree of lightness or darkness from white to grays to black of an area. Value is used In 2 dimensional art to create the illusion of a 3 dimensional object.
The movement of the eye around a picture or sculpture controlled through the strategic placement of visual elements.
the surface of the material defined by its edges)
-The shapes, which create positive and negative space
An effect of ordered movement attained through patterns in the timing, spacing and/ or repetition of elements.
The subject matter (imagery), which conveys underlying or symbolic meanings or themes.
Linear form where length dominates width. The path of a moving point. Different types of lines have different descriptive characteristics, for example: geometric, calligraphic, frenzied, uniform, etc
The expanse within the outline of a two dimensional area or within the boundaries of a 3 dimensional object.
The physical bulk of a solid body or material. There are 2 types : closed-form and open-formed.
The area that mass encloses.
Any regularly repeated elements
equality within measurement. All measurements are to scale, no matter how close or how far in the distance they are in view.
Green, orange, purple
Red, yellow, blue
The size relationship of parts to the whole or between 2 or more items perceived as a unit
Size relationship between one thing and another, usually something of a standard or normal size
The material(s) that make up the artwork. Examples: paint and canvas, bronze, pencil and paper
The artistic character and dominant form trends noted in art movements or during specific periods of history. Also the design characteristics that make an individuals artist's work unique.
three basic categories of art
Representational, Non- representational, Abstract
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