AR 115 Park University Unit 3 Evaluation Principles of Design Discussion

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IntroductionRemember, to really think through a work of art, we’re thinking about the artist’s choices. With the Principles of Design we start thinking about a more complex set of choices. Now we’re looking at the relationships between all of the Visual Elements, and even the relationship of the work to you as the viewer. Which parts of the work are emphasized? Which are repeated? Is there a rhythm to some of the elements? Does the work seem to be balanced or unbalanced? Unified or chaotic? How does that affect your reaction?Like with the individual Visual Elements, part of the meaning of the work emerges from these relationships between them, which we’ve called the Principles of Design.Unit Learning OutcomesDefine symmetrical, asymmetrical, and radial balance. (CLO 1, 2, 3)Explain the relationship between emphasis and focal point. (CLO 1, 2, 3)Differentiate between scale and proportion. (CLO 1, 2, 3)Describe the relationship between pattern, repetition and rhythm. (CLO 1, 2, 3)Discuss the traditional relationship between unity and variety. (CLO 1, 2, 3)DirectionsTake a look at the image of the painting Napoleon Leading the Army over the Alps by Kehinde Wiley (2005) (Links to an external site.).Write an evaluation (150 to 300 words) about each artistic principle and how it’s used in the work. Use following image below to help guide your evaluation.Submit the written response as a Word or PDF document named: Assignment3.lastname.doc.Pick three (3) of these principles of design:balanceemphasisscaleproportionpatternrepetitionrhythmunity or varietyand describe how the artist uses them in this work.Due DateSubmit by 11:59p.m., Sunday, CT.RubricUnit 3: Evaluation – Principles of DesignUnit 3: Evaluation – Principles of DesignCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLevel of Understanding – Design Principle 110.0 ptsExcellentDemonstrates an exceptional understanding of the element or design principle discussed, and how it applies to the work in question.9.0 ptsProficientDemonstrates a clear and complete understanding of the element or design principle discussed, and how it applies to the work in question.7.0 ptsSufficientDemonstrates a moderate level of understanding of the artistic element or design principle discussed and how it applies to the work in question.6.0 ptsDevelopingDemonstrates some degree of understanding of the artistic element or design principle discussed and how it applies to the work in question, but often struggles.5.0 ptsNeeds ImprovementDemonstrates little to no understanding of element or principle of design discussed or how it applies the work in question.10.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLevel of Understanding – Design Principle 210.0 ptsExcellentDemonstrates an exceptional understanding of the element or design principle discussed, and how it applies to the work in question.9.0 ptsProficientDemonstrates a clear and complete understanding of the element or design principle discussed, and how it applies to the work in question.7.0 ptsSufficientDemonstrates a moderate level of understanding of the artistic element or design principle discussed and how it applies to the work in question.6.0 ptsDevelopingDemonstrates some degree of understanding of the artistic element or design principle discussed and how it applies to the work in question, but often struggles.5.0 ptsNeeds ImprovementDemonstrates little to no understanding of element or principle of design discussed or how it applies the work in question.10.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLevel of Understanding – Design Principle 310.0 ptsExcellentDemonstrates an exceptional understanding of the element or design principle discussed, and how it applies to the work in question.9.0 ptsProficientDemonstrates a clear and complete understanding of the element or design principle discussed, and how it applies to the work in question.7.0 ptsSufficientDemonstrates a moderate level of understanding of the artistic element or design principle discussed and how it applies to the work in question.6.0 ptsDevelopingDemonstrates some degree of understanding of the artistic element or design principle discussed and how it applies to the work in question, but often struggles.5.0 ptsNeeds ImprovementDemonstrates little to no understanding of element or principle of design discussed or how it applies the work in question.10.0 pts
Total Points: 30.0PreviousNext

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