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¦Line Arrangements

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¦l¦lead the eye along an obvious path ¦k¦keep the eye in continuous motion

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¦Line ¦m¦must never be broken

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¦Three forms ¦o¦of line arrangement ¦s¦straight line ¦c¦curvilinear ¦c¦contemporary free style

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¦Inverted T ¦v¦variation of equilateral triangle ¦p¦points of the design form an equilateral triangle ¦m¦makes use of negative space or areas without flowers

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¦L Pattern ¦s¦similar to the right triangle ¦m¦more linear since the area between the two major points remains unfilled

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¦l¦lighter ¦m¦more stylized appearance ¦v¦vertical line is straight up ¦t¦the horizontal line is parallel with the table

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¦c¦creating a 90 degree angle where the two lines meet ¦m¦may be modified slightly ¦s¦slanting the vertical line to the left, horizontal line sweeps downward

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¦a¦a third line may be added to create a three-legged pattern

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¦Vertical arrangement ¦v¦very strong line ¦m¦makes a bold statement ¦e¦eye tends to continuously move up and down the arrangement

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¦t¦tall slender vertical arrangements are excellent for hospitals and nursing homes where space is limited

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¦Vertical arrangements ¦a¦attracts the eye while using a limited number of flowers

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¦Crescent arrangements ¦a¦a portion of a circle ¦l¦like the moon in its first quarter ¦s¦sometimes compared to an animals horns

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¦t¦tips of each horn are pointed and curve down to join at the thicker center

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¦o¦one horn is longer than the other ¦u¦upper one is twice the length of the lower horn

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¦f¦focal point of this arrangement is where the base of the two horns meet ¦m¦may be viewed from one or both sides

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¦i¦if viewed from both sides ¦h¦horns would be finished with flowers

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¦i¦if viewed from one side ¦s¦some flowers should face backward to give the arrangement depth

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¦Hogarth Curve ¦a¦also called an S curve ¦n¦named after the English painter William Hogarth

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¦Hogarth Curve ¦t¦three types of S curve arrangements ¦C¦Classical Vertical ¦D¦Diagonal S Curve ¦H¦Horizontal Curve

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Contemporary Freestyle ¦g¦gives the designer the opportunity to express their creativity ¦b¦basic principles of design still apply

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¦g¦geometric forms can be used in contemporary freestyle ¦g¦great use is made of lines

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¦l¦lines, such as horizontal, vertical, spirals, curves and diagonals are very prominent

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¦d¦designers describe contemporary freestyle as personalizing what they have learned about different designs

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¦i¦involves placing flowers into a pleasing composition ¦w¦without falling into a particular design style

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¦m¦may mix several styles as long as one is not dominant

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