Images are described top to bottom then left to right, respective to their column.
Repetition of lines, shapes and colors within this artwork exemplifies rhythm.
The arrangement of opposite elements within this artwork, namely the light and shadow, create contrast.
The symmetry of this piece creates a comfortable arrangement epitomizes balance.
Harmony among the imagery in this piece creates a sense of cohesion and unity.
Decoration on this rug-like image represents pattern in the specifically
The eye within the torn hole of the newspaper creates a focal point, or emphasis.
Tilted angles of the fish, the ripples, and the stark contrast of color draw the viewers eye around the artwork, creating movement.
The atmospheric perspective in this piece creates depth, or space, within the landscape.
The variety of hues within this piece such as yellow, blue, green, and red show a range ofcolor.
The flat, two-dimensional, organic images illustrate the use of shape within this artwork.
Chaotic "scribbles" in this piece show how linecan be used in various directions.
This image shows how something feels or looks, the texture in this piece seems rough.
The human in this image seems three-dimensional in its space, this creates form.
The variations of black, gray, and white in this artwork shows a range of value.