|The way of combining elements to add a feeling of equilibrium or stability to a work of art. Major types are symmetrical and asymmetrical.
|A way of combining elements to stress the differences between those elements
|A principle of design that refers to the relationship of certain elements to the hall into each other
|A way of combining elements by using a series of gradual changes in those elements. (Large shapes to small shapes, dark hue to light hue, etc.)
|A way of combining similar elements in an artwork to accent their similarities (achieved through use of repetitions or settle gradual changes)
|A principle of design used to create the look and feeling of action and to guide the viewers eyes throughout the work of art.
|an element of art defined by a point moving in space. Line maybe two or three dimensional, descriptive, implied, or abstract.
|an element of art that is the dimensional, flat, or limited to height and width.
|an element of art that is three dimensional and then encloses volume; includes height, width AND depth (as in a cube, a sphere, A pyramid, or a cylinder) Form may also be free flowing
|The lightness or darkness of tones or colors. White is the lightest value. Black is the darkest value. The value halfway between these extremes is called middle gray.
|An element of art by which positive and negative areas are defined or a sense of depth achieved in a work of art.
|an element of art made up of three properties; hue, value, and intensity.
|name of color
|Quality of brightness and purity (high intensity= color is strong and bright low intensity = color is faint and dull)
|An Element of art that refers to the way things feel, or look as if they might feel if touched.