Principals of design By Trey Skinner


repeated elements of art: shapes, color, textures, lines, forms, values.


how the elements are arranged to direct the viewers eye throughout the art. Could be in a "V" "X" "T" shape or an organic line.


What does it mean for a piece of art to be "Balanced"? How do we make art Balanced (types)


The elements in art need to be varied but harmonious. Ex. Different width lines, various selection of sizes with the shapes, different shades of a color, etc.


Also called "Emphasis" or "Center of Interest." One aspect of the picture needs to stand out. This might

be done though contract of size, color, value, texture. This is the most "eye-catching" part of the picture. Illustrate and explain this on you page.


This is purposefully leaving aspects of the original image OUT as you draw or paint in order


Created with images by idugh - "art" • blondinrikard - "Book art" • dno1967b - "The Art of mental illness" • Paul L Dineen - "Christmas lights + shaken camera ... IMG_9117" • pedrosimoes7 - "A Chalupa (c. 1914/15) - Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso (1897-1918)" • DonkeyHotey - "Campaign Poster - Blank" • MAMJODH - "Yin-Yang Gold and Blue mosaic, computer generated image - To see the real effect magnify it - Only the maximum size is in Png." • PRECIOSA ORNELA - "PRECIOSA - Lampworking Professional" • cliff1066™ - "Bowl, Kisi peoples, Tanzania, Mid 20th century, Ceramic, pigment" • pedrosimoes7 - "Untitled (1986) - Paula Rêgo ( 1935 )" • pedrosimoes7 - "Loving Bewick (2001) - Paula Rego (1935)" • - " Musée Guggenheim Bilbao Museum Picture Image Photo Photography Spain Espagne" • - " Musée Guggenheim Bilbao Museum Picture Image Photo Photography Spain Espagne"

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