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 Unity -appearance of oneness -feeling that all the elements in a work belong together oneness Variety -counteracts unity -gives a work diversity counteracts Symmetrical Balance -near or exact matching of right and left sides matching Assymetrical Balance -various elements (according to size and meaning) are balanced around a center of gravity center of gravity Emphasis -used to draw attention to a certain area attention Subordination -creates an area of lesser interest that keeps the viewer from being distracted distractions Directional Force -paths for the eye to follow by implied or actual line paths Focal Points -specific spot or figure an artist wants to emphasize specific Contrast -juxtaposition of strongly dissimilar things -light/dark -big/small dissimilar Repetition -means used to re-emphasize colors, forms, and textures -creates flow and continuity re-emphasize Rhythm -regular reccurence of elements with related variations variations Scale Relationships -size relation of one thing to another size Proportion -size relationship of parts to a whole whole Format -refers to size and shape (scale and proportion) of a 2 dimensional picture plane picture plane Hierarchal Scale -use of unnatural proportions to show importance of figures proportions Eye Level -imaginary plane -height of artist's eyes -where eye level and ground plane converge converge Vanishing Point -point on the horizon at which parallel lines seem to converge parallel Intensity, Saturation -this is the relative purity of a color on a scale from bright to dull purity Analogous -closely related colors related Complementary -colors that are exactly opposite each other on the color wheel opposite Primary hues -colors that cannot be created by mixing other colors -red, yellow, blue mixing Pointillisim -form of painting using tiny dots of color dots Secondary Hues -can be made by mixing -orange, green, violet Chiaroscuro -Italian word meaning light and dark -used by Rennaisance painters rennaisance Theories of Color -color groupings that provide distinct color harmonies harmony Monochromatic -color scheme limited to variation of one hue variation Crosshatching -drawing one set of hatchings over another in different directions -darkens an area darkens Actual and Simulated Texture -actual texture can be felt (wood or sand) -simulated textures are created to look like something other than paint Cool and Warm Colors -cool colors are blue, green and violet (recede) -warm are red, orange, yellow (expand) Emotional Effects of Color -red causes hike in blood pressure and nervousness -blue has calming effect and lowers pulse -colors effect mental state and work habits