My composition was a an asymmetrical work because their was no real pattern that I had planned, and just put the pieces, in the spaces that look good.
Description: Description is identifying the literal qualities or realistic presentation of subject matter, along with the elements of art found. It demands only the facts of what can be seen, often in one or more works of art; and partly two or more works can be described by comparing them to each other.
Design: A plan, or to plan. The organization or composition of a work; the skilled arrangement of its parts. An effective design is one in which the elements of art and principles of design have been combined to achieve an overall sense of unity.
Dominance: The part of a composition that is emphasized, has the greatest visual weight, the most important, powerful, or has the most influence. A certain color can be dominant, and so can an object,line, shape, or texture.
Form: The element of art that refers to an object with three-dimensions (height, width, and depth) and encloses volume.
Hue: The colors name. Example: red
Proportion: The relation of one thing to another with respect to size and placement.
Variety: The combination of elements or art, such as line, shape, or color, in an artwork. Variety is a principle of design.
Contour - The outline of a shape.
Cross-hatching - A method of showing value by using parallel lines at different angles that get darker as they are drawn closer together.
Focal Point - The area in a work of art that an artist emphasizes.
Horizon Line - In an artwork, the line where the ground and sky appear to meet.
Monochromatic - A color scheme using only tints and shades of a single color.
Monoprint - A print made from a plate that can be used only once.
Neutrals - A word used for black, white, and tints and shades of gray. (Some artists use tints and shades of brown as neutrals.)
Plate - In printmaking, a piece of flat material, such as wood or metal, with a design on the surface. The plate is used to print the design.
Print - An artwork created by making an impression of a design.
Print making - The transference of an image from one surface (plate or block) to another (usually paper) with ink. The process of making one or more prints.
Relief Printing - A print made by covering a printing block with ink or paint and pressing paper onto the block. The areas or lines gouged out do not print. (Examples: woodcut, block print, linocut, styrofoam plate, etc.