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