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Principles of Art Vocabulary

The most important area of an artwork. Also called Center of Interest or Focal Point Emphasis
Using the different lines, colors, shapes, values, or textures Variety
The arrangement of objects to create a feeling of equal weight.Symmetry or Asymmetry; Radial Balance
Implied visual motion; directs your eyes through the artwork. Movement
The repeated use of an element suvh as color, shape or line within an artwork Repetition
A different between two elements EX: Rough vs Smooth, Yellow vs Purple Contrast
A repeated shape or design; EX: American Indian Blanket Pattern
A group of any color, shape or design together or a wholeness Unity
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