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Op Art Artists: Victor Vaserly Bridgette Riley Rhythm – principle of design that refers to a way of utilizing the art elements to produce the look and feel of rhythmic movement with a visual tempo or beat
2-Point Linear Perspective Horizon Line Vanishing Point Parallel Lines Orthogonal Lines Atmospheric Perspective Bird’s Eye View: Worm's/Frog’s Eye View: Artist: Edward Hopper
Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe Emphasis: The principle of design that is used to focus the attention in a composition. It may be an isolated form, or the largest, brightest or darkest area. Emphasis is concerned with dominance; the development of a main idea or center of interest (also called focal point) Value: An Element of Art that utilizes, gradation, hatching and or stippling to create tints and shades to portray shading.
Artist: Louis Nevelson BALANCE: This principle of design refers to the visual equalization of the elements in a work of art. Asymmetrical balance: balance differences in the art elements within a composition. Symmetrical balance: composition is balanced in a mirror-like fashion. Radial balance: a kind of balance where the elements branch or radiate out from a central point. Abstract art - Imagery which departs from representational accuracy, to a variable range of possible degrees. Abstract artists select and then exaggerate or simplify the forms suggested by the world around them.
Cubism Artist: Pablo Picasso Analytical Cubism. Subject depicted from many different viewpoints. Synthetic Cubism utilizes 'collage' technique Unity: A principle of design that refers to the visual quality of wholeness that is achieved. Some methods of achieving unity: Overlapping objects or figures Balance of weight Simplifying color scheme
Tessellations Artist: M.C. ESCHER REPETITION: Principle of design that combines art elements in a composition so that the same elements are used over and over to achieve balance and harmony. Pattern is created by the repetition of the elements of art and principles of design. Rhythm can be created in alternating repetition.
Pop Art: Artist: Andy Warhol CROP: To cut off a portion on an image.
Impressionism Artist: Claude Monet Variety is a Principle of Design that illustrates the difference in scale, surface, line, value, and shape that gives interest to a composition. Texture is an element of art that describes either the way a three- dimensional work actually feels when touched (real texture), or the visual "feel" of a two-dimensional work (Implied texture).
Pointillism Artist: Georges Seurat Proportion: is a Principle of Design that refers to the relative size and scale of the various elements in a design. Stippling: Using tiny points to create an image.
Surrealism Artist: Rene Magritte Dislocation Levitation Juxtaposition Transparency Scale Composition: Arrangement of objects on a picture plane.
Foreground Middleground Background Animation cel Artist : Walt Disney (but not of this image)
Contrast A principle of design that emphasizes differences between the art elements. Line An element of art. Outline, implied and contour. Artist: GIUSEPPE ARCIMBOLDO
Artist: Vik Muniz Double Mona Lisa (Peanut Butter + Jelly) Medium - The material or technique used by an artist to produce a work of art.