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Principle of design related to the sense of wholeness that results from the sucessful combination of the component elements in an artwork.
priciple of design concerned with the inclusion of differences in the elements of a composition to offset unity and add intrest to an artwork.
principle of design in which one element, or a combination of elemetns, create more attention than anything else in a compoosition. The dominant elemnt is usually a focal point in a compoosition and contributes to unity by suggesting that other elements are subordinate to it.
priciple of design that refers to ways of combining elemetns to produce the appearance of movement in an artwork. It may be acheived through repitition, alternation, or proression of an element.
principle of design associated with rhythm, referring to the arrangement of parts in an artwork to create a sense of motion to the viewer's eys through the work.
principle of design referring to the arrangement of visual elemts to create stability in an artowrk. There are four balance arrangement in art: asymmetrical, symmetrical, prrox. symmetrical, radial
repeition of elements or combinations of elements in a recognizable organization
design principle reflecting the size relationship of parts to one another and to a whole