The art work in my gallery are all relatively similar. They all contain architect from the Renaissance era and have symmetry with the buildings and details. They also have their veiwpoint in the same general area. All the artwork uses point perspective and is realistic. Although they all use the same style they are all still very different. The energy in each art work is completely different. One point perspective is when the artwork which is on the flat surface is realistic and looks 3D. It includes having shading and angles that a regular drawing wouldn't include. This relates to the artwork during the Renaissance era because it is used in all 4 of the pieces in my gallery. They all have buildings that have been drawn using one point perspective allowing them to look realistic and adds depth to the photo.