The ten elements of art are:
Color: The optical effect caused when reflected white light of the spectrum is divided into separate wavelengths.
Form: An object that can be defined in three dimensions (height, width, and depth).
Mass: A volume that has, or gives the illusion of having, weight, density, and bulk.
Motion and Time: (1) The effect of changing placement of time; (2) Motion occurs when an object changes location or position. Because this process occurs as time passes, motion is directly linked to time.
Shape: A two-dimensional area, the boundaries of which are defined by lines or suggested by changes in color or value.
Space: The distance between identifiable points or planes.
Texture: The surface quality of a work, for example fine/coarse, detailed/lacking in detail.
Value: The lightness or darkness of a plane or area.
Volume: The space filled or enclosed by three-dimensional figure or object.
The ten principles of art are:
Balance: A principle of art in which elements are used to create a symmetrical or asymmetrical sense of visual weight in an artwork.
Contrast: A drastic difference between such elements as color or value(lightness/darkness) when they are presented together.
Emphasis: The principle of drawing attention to particular content within a work.
Focal Point: (1) The center of interest or activity in a work of art, often drawing the viewers attention to the most important element; (2) the area in a composition to which the eye returns most naturally
Pattern: An arrangement of predictably repeated elements.
Proportion: The relationship in size between a work’s individual parts and the whole.
Rhythm: The regular or ordered repetition of elements in the work.
Scale: The size of an object or artwork relative to another object or artwork, or to a system of measurement.
Unity: The appearance of oneness or harmony in a work of art: all the elements appearing to be part of a cohesive whole.
Variety: The diversity of different ideas, media, and elements in a work.
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