Principles of Design:
is when the elements
of design are used in multiple ways in different areas of the artwork
in order to create interest. Variety may be used to draw
attention to a certain part of the artwork.
"After The Rain"
interest through the use of variety. Multiple colours, forms,
lines, the use of space, textures, and values are in evidence.
The viewer's eye is drawn to the brown trunk in the
It is the largest brown form, with the most intricate use of
value. The trunk has more use of line then anywhere else in
image. The large loosely woven texture is unlike the texture
other parts of the work.
|The tree is
from the rest
the landscape by a vast amount of space. A variety of
coloured flowers, leaves and grass help move the viewer's eye through
the other parts of the artwork. Even the sky and river have a
subtle variety in value to make them more interesting to look at.