By: Rachel Mars
Balance- I chose this picture for balance because if you split it in half it would be symmetrical on both sides. This would be symmetrical balance.
Repetition- I chose this picture for repetition because the artist used the same pattern over and over again.
Emphasis- I chose this picture for emphasis because the blue will catch the viewers attention before the white will. The blue fades into the white.
Contrast- I used this picture for contrast because the rabbit has a fuzzy texture but the background looks flatter and doesn't have as much texture. The rabbit stands out against the background.
Unity- This picture represents unity because all the colors blend together and makes you think that everything is meant to be there.
Proportion- This picture represents proportion because the dots get smaller as they go farther back. It makes you think that they are actually going towards the back and it isn't just a picture.
Variety- This picture represents variety because there are a lot of different flowers to look at and the picture is very "busy". There are many different things to look at in the picture.
Movement- This picture represents movement because it looks like the horse is in motion. The horse is not standing still.
Credits: All media
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 Munch Museum, Oslo
National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea
Harvard Art Museums
Korean Art Museum Association
National Museum of Women in the Arts
National Archaeological Museum of Ferrara
The Museum of Modern Art, Gunma
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