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Elements of Art & Principles of Design

  1. 6. Produced by light reflecting to our eyes
  2. 8. The arrangement of objects to create a feeling of equal weight.
  3. 10. The use of lines, shapes, or colors to lead the viewer from one part of the picture to another.
  4. 11. A 2 dimensional or flat area defined by an outline, tone, or color - triangle, square, etc.
  5. 13. The regular repetition of lines, color, shapes, or patterns
  6. 14. The repeated use of elements within an artwork.
  7. 15. An assortment of lines, shapes, colors, textures, and forms to create interest.
  1. 1. A 3 dimensional object that has length, width, and height - cone, cube, etc.
  2. 2. The extreme difference in lines, colors, shapes, values, or textures.
  3. 3. The area within, around, between, above, or below objects and shapes.
  4. 4. A balance where objects and shapes are the same on either side of a central line.
  5. 5. The surface or feel of an object
  6. 7. All elements of a picture relate to each other or look like they are part of one work of art.
  7. 9. The area of an artwork that stands out, or is accentuated.
  8. 12. The path left by a moving point
  9. 15. The lightness or darkness of tones or colors.