Assignment #2.docx - Assignment#2 Tori Collier Unity the elements of a work have some way of creating a uniform appearance even if it doesnt look like

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Assignment #2 Tori Collier Unity – the elements of a work have some way of creating a uniform appearance, even if it doesn’t look like it from a glance Balance – it’s basically the visual weight to a piece. There’s symmetrical balance, where both sides of the work sort of mirror each other across the center, and asymmetrical balance, where they don’t mirror each other, and you must identify why it’s unbalanced (like the size, how textured it is, the contrast, how complex it is) Emphasis – where attention is drawn to a certain part of the work, subordination – areas are less interesting to help the emphasized part stand out Scale – size of an object compared to the regular size, proportion – size in relation to other parts of the work Rhythm – how a work is structured with repetition Pg 124 Edouard Manet A Bar at the Folies-Bergere There’s unity in this piece because everything is in complimenting colors, and it seems
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Unformatted text preview: rather dark and almost foggy, like a bar would most likely be. The balance is symmetrical because it almost looks like a mirror, where there’s another woman behind the emphasized woman looking at us, there’s two white orbs which I assume are lights on either side of her, and the bowl of oranges is kind of ‘mirroring’ the foil on the wine bottles. I feel like the emphasis is focused on the woman since she’s front and center, and then maybe the two white orbs, and subordination is found in the blurring forms and faces of the people and bottles behind her. Everything seems relatively sized and proportioned realistically. Rhythm is found in the orbs, the chandeliers, the color of the marble counter tops are similar to the color of the accents on her dress, really a lot of places, too many to name....
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  • Fall '18
  • Linda Stein
  • Mass, Light, Édouard Manet, Tori Collier

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