This principle combines different elements to create interest and possible focal points. Too much of this principle can cause chaos within an art work.
This principle involves the relationship of the elements to each other and to the whole work of art. Simply put it is comparing.
This principle creates a sense of movement and direction within a work of art. Repetition of art elements can create movement for the viewers eye to follow
This principle involves organizing elements in a work of art in such a way to distribute their visual weight. Radial, symmetrical, & nonsymmetrical.
This principle emphasizes specific elements of art in order to connect the whole art work.
This principle of design uses the arrangement of different elements of art in order to highlight the differences between the elements. It is used to create interest.
This principle highlights a specific element of art in order to create a focal point. This is the first place the viewer looks when viewing the art work.
An element of art is repeated in an organized way creating a pattern