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Published on September 1, 2008

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Rhythm & Pattern : Rhythm & Pattern Art II Created by Zoe Williams 9-2007 Rhythm and pattern aretwo of the… : Rhythm and pattern aretwo of the… Rhythm and pattern aretwo of the… PRINCIPLES of ART : Rhythm and pattern aretwo of the… PRINCIPLES of ART :  The PRINCIPLES of ART are guidelines that help artists create artworks. The Principles of Art are: : The Principles of Art are: Pattern The Principles of Art are: : The Principles of Art are: Pattern Rhythm (Movement) The Principles of Art are: : The Principles of Art are: Pattern Rhythm (Movement) Balance The Principles of Art are: : The Principles of Art are: Pattern Rhythm (Movement) Balance Proportion The Principles of Art are: : The Principles of Art are: Pattern Rhythm (Movement) Balance Proportion Variety The Principles of Art are: : The Principles of Art are: Pattern Rhythm (Movement) Balance Proportion Variety Emphasis The Principles of Art are: : The Principles of Art are: Pattern Rhythm (Movement) Balance Proportion Variety Emphasis Harmony The Principles of Art are: : The Principles of Art are: Pattern Rhythm (Movement) Balance Proportion Variety Emphasis Harmony And Unity Slide 13: You do not need to understand the PRINCIPLES of ART to create art. Slide 14: You need to understand the PRINCIPLES of ART to create GOOD art. Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. Unconscious Rivals. 1893. Oil on panel. Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol, UK. Slide 15: You do not need to understand the PRINCIPLES of ART to appreciate a work of art. You need the PRINCIPLES of ART to KNOW WHY you appreciatea work of art. : You need the PRINCIPLES of ART to KNOW WHY you appreciatea work of art. So let’s look at these two PRINCIPLES of ART: : So let’s look at these two PRINCIPLES of ART: So let’s look at these two PRINCIPLES of ART: : So let’s look at these two PRINCIPLES of ART: pattern So let’s look at these two PRINCIPLES of ART: : So let’s look at these two PRINCIPLES of ART: pattern and Rhythm A PATTERN is a repetition of units. : A PATTERN is a repetition of units. Slide 21: The unit that repeats is called a MOTIF. Slide 22: This motif is present three times in this pattern. Slide 23: This motif is present three times in this pattern. Slide 24: A MODULE is a three-dimensional (3D) motif. Slide 25: A MODULE is a three-dimensional (3D) motif. Each book in this sculpture is a MODULE. The PATTERN is books. Slide 26: This circle is a MOTIF Slide 27: This circle is a MOTIF in this PATTERN. Slide 28: The PATTERN here is twelve lights. Slide 29: The PATTERN here is twelve lights. The MODULE is one light. Slide 30: The PATTERN here is twelve lights. The MODULE is one light. The light repeats to form a PATTERN. Slide 31: RHYTHM is a PATTERN that shows MOVEMENT. by M C Escher Slide 32: RHYTHM is a PATTERN that shows MOVEMENT. The flow of leaves from the top of the picture to the bottom is a RHYTHM. by M C Escher Slide 33: The module of this rhythm is one leaf- by M C Escher Slide 34: The module of this rhythm is one leaf- -even though each leaf is different! by M C Escher Slide 35: The module of this rhythm is one leaf- -even though each leaf is different! Your eyes follow the trail of leaves from the small ones at the top to the large ones at the bottom. by M C Escher There are 5 types of PATTERNS & RHYTHMS: : There are 5 types of PATTERNS & RHYTHMS: Random There are 5 types of PATTERNS & RHYTHMS: : There are 5 types of PATTERNS & RHYTHMS: Random Regular There are 5 types of PATTERNS & RHYTHMS: : There are 5 types of PATTERNS & RHYTHMS: Random Regular Alternating There are 5 types of PATTERNS & RHYTHMS: : There are 5 types of PATTERNS & RHYTHMS: Random Regular Alternating Flowing There are 5 types of PATTERNS & RHYTHMS: : There are 5 types of PATTERNS & RHYTHMS: Random Regular Alternating Flowing and Progressive Slide 41: A RANDOM PATTERN has motifs or modules which repeat in no apparent order. Slide 42: A RANDOM PATTERN has motifs or modules which repeat in no apparent order. The repeating module here is one rock. Slide 43: A RANDOM PATTERN has motifs or modules which repeat in no apparent order. The repeating module here is one rock. To remember a RANDOM PATTERN, think RANDOM ROCKS. Slide 44: A REGULAR PATTERN has identical motifs or modules that repeat in identical spaces. Slide 45: A REGULAR PATTERN has identical motifs or modules that repeat in identical spaces. The repeating motif on this quilt is one square. They are evenly spaced in a grid. Slide 46: A REGULAR PATTERN has identical motifs or modules that repeat in identical spaces. The repeating motif on this quilt is one square. They are evenly spaced in a grid. To remember REGULAR PATTERN, think REGULAR GRID. Slide 47: An ALTERNATING PATTERN has two or more different motifs that repeat regularly. Slide 48: An ALTERNATING PATTERN has two or more different motifs that repeat regularly. The repeating motifs in this checkerboard are black squares and white squares. Slide 49: An ALTERNATING PATTERN has two or more different motifs that repeat regularly. The repeating motifs in this checkerboard are black squares and white squares. To remember alternating patterns, think ALTERNATING CHECKERBOARD. A FLOWING RHYTHM has a repetition of wavy lines. : A FLOWING RHYTHM has a repetition of wavy lines. A FLOWING RHYTHM has a repetition of wavy lines. : A FLOWING RHYTHM has a repetition of wavy lines. The repeating motif in this painting is a strand of hair. A FLOWING RHYTHM has a repetition of wavy lines. : A FLOWING RHYTHM has a repetition of wavy lines. The repeating motif in this painting is a strand of hair. To remember FLOWING RHYTHM, think FLOWING HAIR. A PROGRESSIVE RHYTHM has motifs which change each time they are repeated. : A PROGRESSIVE RHYTHM has motifs which change each time they are repeated. A PROGRESSIVE RHYTHM has motifs which change each time they are repeated. : A PROGRESSIVE RHYTHM has motifs which change each time they are repeated. In this print by Dutch artist, M C Escher, the motif changes from a bird to a ship to a fish. A PROGRESSIVE RHYTHM has motifs which change each time they are repeated. : A PROGRESSIVE RHYTHM has motifs which change each time they are repeated. In this print by Dutch artist, M C Escher, the motif changes from a bird to a ship to a fish. To remember PROGRESSIVE RHYTHM, think of how PROGRESSIVE M C ESCHER was. Now it is your turn… : Now it is your turn… Now it is your turn… : Now it is your turn… On a piece of paper, number from one to nine. Answer each of the nine questions that follow: Number one: : Number one: Fill in the blank: The __________ of ART are guidelines that help artists create artworks. Number two: : Number two: List two principles of art. Number three: : Number three: Name one motif in this artwork. Number four: : Number four: What is the module in this sculpture? Number five: : Number five: These circles formed by raindrops have what type of pattern? Are they regular, random, progressive, alternating, or flowing? Number six: : Number six: What type of rhythm do you see in the water in this Asian painting? Is it progressive, alternating, regular, flowing, or random? Number seven: : Number seven: What kind of rhythm is exhibited in this drawing on a whiteboard? Number eight: : Number eight: What pattern are the circles arranged in? Are they regular, flowing, alternating, progressive, or random? Number nine: : Number nine: In what pattern are the lips arranged on this wall? Exchange your paper with someone. : Exchange your paper with someone. Exchange your paper with someone. : Exchange your paper with someone. Here are the answers! Number one: : Number one: Fill in the blank: The __________ of ART are guidelines that help artists create artworks. Number one: : Number one: Fill in the blank: The PRINCIPLES of ART are guidelines that help artists create artworks. Number two: : Number two: List two principles of art. Number two: : Number two: List two principles of art. Pattern, Rhythm (Movement), Balance, Proportion, Variety, Emphasis, Harmony, and Unity Number three: : Number three: Name one motif in this artwork. Number three: : Number three: Name one motif in this artwork. A leaf or a flower. Number four: : Number four: What is the module in this sculpture? Number four: : Number four: What is the module in this sculpture? A compact disc (CD) Number five: : Number five: These circles formed by raindrops have what type of pattern? Are they regular, random, progressive, alternating, or flowing? Number five: : Number five: These circles formed by raindrops have what type of pattern? Are they regular, random, progressive, alternating, or flowing? Number six: : Number six: What type of rhythm do you see in the water in this Asian painting? Is it progressive, alternating, regular, flowing, or random? Number six: : Number six: What type of rhythm do you see in the water in this Asian painting? Is it progressive, alternating, regular, flowing, or random? Number seven: : Number seven: What kind of rhythm is exhibited in this drawing on a whiteboard? Number seven: : Number seven: What kind of rhythm is exhibited in this drawing on a whiteboard? Progressive Number eight: : Number eight: What pattern are the circles arranged in? Are they regular, flowing, alternating, progressive, or random? Number eight: : Number eight: What pattern are the circles arranged in? Are they regular, flowing, alternating, progressive, or random? Number nine: : Number nine: In what pattern are the lips arranged on this wall? Number nine: : Number nine: In what pattern are the lips arranged on this wall? regular How did you do? : How did you do? How did you do? : How did you do? Write the number correct over nine and hand back to its owner. This test replaces the last pop quiz on patterns and rhythms.

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