# Nt1310 Unit 4

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1. What are positive and negative space? Positive space is the area of an artwork occupied by the primary subjects. Negative space is the area of an artwork around the primary objects.
2. Identify and describe the three different types of balance in artwork. Symmetrical balance occurs when the weight of the artwork’s composition is evenly distributed. Approximate symmetry occurs when the objects are not identical, but balance has still occurred in the artwork. Asymmetrical balance or informal balance happens when the visual weight in the artwork is not evenly distributed.
3. What is proportion? Proportion relates to the dimensions or size of the different objects or areas in the artwork.
4. What is "hue"? How can hue affect artwork? Hue is simply another name for what we think of as color. …show more content…
Choose one of the pieces of art from the unit. Identify at least three elements or principles of art that are present. Discuss how these three elements or principles are used in the artwork. Why does the artist include them? “ The Last Supper” Leonardo da Vinci, 1495-1519. The artist used color intensity, color hue, and symmetrical balance. All of these things the artist used were to make Jesus the Focal point of the painting.
2. Imagine that you want to create an artwork that creates a sense of peacefulness. How could you use the elements or principles of art to create this? If you would like to create a piece of art with peacefulness you should use peaceful colors. You wouldn’t use colors like black or dull colors to create a sense of peacefulness. You would use colors that are interpreted as happy colors like white or soft pastels.
3. Choose one type of artwork (painting, drawing, sculpture, etc.) and describe how you could add texture to this type of artwork. I chose sculpture, you could add texture to a sculpture by carving it. You could also use different types of materials such as clay, marble, or

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