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Art

Elements of Art of Principles of Design

TermDefinition
Line A mark made by a pointed tool
Shape An area contained within an implied lines
Texture Simulated or actual surface quality
Form Same qualities as shape except is 3D; volume and mass
Space a three dimensional volume that can be filled or empty
Value Dark and light
Color Hue, value, and intensity
Emphasis Used to create dominance and focus in an art piece
Contrast Differences in values, shapes, colors, textures and other elements
Pattern Repetitions in artwork
Rhythm The repetition of visual movement
Balance The arrangement of elements on either side of a center line
Unity with Variety Provides the cohesive quality in an artwork, making all the elements look as if they belongs together
Movement Can be directed by lines and edges and is used to direct viewers through an artwork.
Created by: MKai