PRINCIPLES of Design

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PRINCIPLES of Design:

The rules by which an artist organizes the Elements of Art to create a work of art.

Rhythm & Movement:

Taking the viewer's eye to focal areas throughout the artwork.

Balance:

Creating equal visual weight in a composition.

Proportion:

Dealing with size relationships.

Variety:

Dealing with differences and using several elements of art/design to hold the the viewer's attention and guide the eye through the artwork.

Emphasis/focal point:

An area of interest within a composition.

Harmony & Unity:

The visually satisfying effect of combining similar, related elements throughout the piece of artwork to create a sense of completeness.

Review the entire page.

You will use this page as a reference throughout the semester.

Watch the video and follow the directions at the end of the information.

Watch this video.

Fill out the Google Doc: Principles of Design, using your knowledge gained from the video and the images above.

When done, submit it in the Google Classroom.

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