Balance- I believe this piece represents balance because there's isn't to much of one thing on a certain side. If there is something one side, there's something on the other to even it out.
Proportion- I believe this piece represents proportion before the woman's body proportion is perfect with her body type.
Varity- I believe this piece shows variety because this piece doesn't revolve around one concept. It has a bunch of different things in it to show different concepts in one piece.
Color- I believe this piece represents color because of the different colors, obviously, but it shows them in a way that I like.
Rhythm- I believe this piece shows rhythm because I seems like the bird is moving. Almost like it's either falling, or diving.
Space- I believe this piece represent space because it shows the space the leaf takes up, and the empty space around the leaf.
Harmony- I believe this piece represents harmony because the handle, spout, and body are not only perfectly proportionate but work together to make the piece perfect.
Form- I believe this piece represents form because it shows how the piece isn't flat. It shows how the piece has depth if you will.
Emphasis- I believe this piece represents emphasis because your eyes go straight to the man/fish as soon as you look at it.
Texture- I believe this piece represents texture because I can easily imagine how this piece would feel. Smooth with a bit of a bump here and there, then a divot now and again.
Line- I believe this piece shows line because it shows different types of lines together. It may not be a picture but it shows the element just a well.
Pattern- I believe this piece represents pattern because it's a repeating concept that you are able to predict what comes next in the pattern.
Value- I believe this piece represents value because it's multicolored, but it's not necessarily multicolored. It's the same color but it's different tones and hues of one color.
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This user gallery has been created by an independent third party and may not always represent the views of the institutions, listed below, who have supplied the content.
The J. Paul Getty Museum
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
The Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka
Korean Art Museum Association
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