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elements and principles of art

Teacher: Mrs. Forst
Across
Refers to the equalization of elements in a work of art.
It is achieved through diversity and change. Using different line types, colors, textures, shapes…..
Shapes with curved edges, continuous, natural objects
Refers to the relationship of certain elements to the whole and to each other.
refers to placing greater attention to certain areas or objects in a piece of work.
Relates to the sense of oneness, wholeness, or order in a work of art. Combining similar colors, shapes, lines, textures, and patterns in an artwork can create harmony.
Shape encloses a two dimensional area. Shape can create most of the elements and many of the principles
Shapes with sharp edges, and angles. They are regular and measurable.
encloses a volume or three-dimensional area.
Down
is created by repetition of (not limited to) shape, line, color, or texture
Quality related closely to our sense of touch. It can create emphasis, movement, pattern, emotion.
Refers to a way of combining elements by using a series of gradual changes
Refers to the arrangement of parts in a work of art to create a slow to fast action of the eye. -Pattern, contrast, line can create this.
Shadows from lightness to darkness
The edge of a shape or form or the direction followed by anything in motion. A point moving through space.
Illusion of depth and space.
It is a type of movement in an artwork or design often created by repeated objects.
Light reflected from a surface. It can create emphasis, harmony, emotions, unity, and movement.