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Contrast is when each element of art in a composition is made stronger in relation to the other. When next to each other, contrasting elements are among the first places that the viewer's eye is drawn.
Examples of contrast:
The visual elements of a composition should feel balanced and stable. Imbalance causes the viewer to feel disturbed.
Balance can be achieved in three ways:
It is mainly achieved through contrast.
A visually dominant area of the composition creates emphasis and commands the viewer's attention.
Rhythm comes from movement implied through the elements of art in an organised but varied way.
While pattern demands consistency, rhythm relies on variety, similar to rhythm in music.
A painting will feel unified when all the elements fit together comfortably.
A painting needs both unity and variety. Too much unity makes it dull, and too much variety creates chaos. The best is to have areas of interest in your composition along with places for your eyes to rest.
The elements and principles of art and design are the foundation of the language we use when we speak about art.
It moves the viewer's eye around and inside the image.
A sense of movement can be created by diagonal or curvy lines, edges, the illusion of space, repetition, and energetic mark-making.
It is generally agreed that a successful painting consists of the following:
The principles of art are often interlaced, and one will frequently depend on the other. That means that one principle of art can influence the effect and impact of another.
The two terms are often believed to mean the same thing, but the truth could not be more different.
While one needs formal training in order to become an interior designer, the same cannot be stated about the interior decorator, whose mission is to take care of the aesthetics of a certain space. Therefore, before contacting any of the above, make sure you know exactly what you want to improve at your house.
Gives the hidden connection in the design which triggers the shape between the gaps in space and elements used on that canvas.
Our brain sees the things a whole rather than in a parts of whole. Based on this psychology we create the design with some parts of shapes and objects which in wholesome gives the shape we want that viewers to grab.
Visually different from figurative art, abstract art came in the early 20th century and used colours, lines, forms and shapes to create unseen compositions, with little or faint relation with the outside world.
It expanded upon the artist’s freedom of expression, imagination, inner turmoil, spirituality and spontaneity.