Contrast Elements -
Color- tint of blue green, tint of golden yellow, and tint of orange red.
Value- changes in values provide depth.
Shape- rectangular, circular, palmate leaves with both a smooth edge and a serrated edge, pear shapes, and curvilinear lines.
Textures- smoothness of bowl, curvilinear lines in the background, jagged edge of leaf, bowl with unmixed lines of color in design, smooth and even black outlines that define boundaries.
Thematic Contrast. There is a variety of shapes and color as a unifier. The elements of this photo (I thought it was a painting!), are balanced and organized to create harmony.
Attributes of Relationship- The harmonious relationship of the colors, values, line, and contrast make this photo well thought out by the artist. I love the tiny bit of orange red down at the bottom. We almost don't see it. But, it adds so very much to the entire composition.
Cross Reference - Yes, color, shapes, and textures create contrast and relationship.
Contrast Elements -
Color- Variety of color; many are yellow based.
Value- While there are color changes, the values are similar.
Shape -rectangles of different width; circles of different diameter; lines meander .
Texture- 'grid' lines define a texture, as do the repetition of the various diameters of the circles.
Size- width of rectangles; diameter of circles; lines meander, but are the same size, smallest in the design.
Stylistic Contrast - Similar elements throughout the design.
Attributes in Relationship - Unity in design and values. This publication cover makes an appropriate statement regarding the content of the publication.
Cross Reference- Yes, the same elements create contrast and relationship.
Color- Flesh tones; pant color; gold decoration; reflective light on the floor; grey wall color:light area coming through the window.
Value- Dark and light of the room, window, walls, men, their tools and the floor;random shapes of materials at the back of the painting.
Shapes- Contrast betweenthe men's bodies; the curls of the wood shavings; decorative rectangles; curvy iron work.
Texture- Unevenness of the floor, smoothness of the bodies, decorative iron work; relief in the decorative rectangles.
Size - Men in front are larger; iron work in the back of the painting is much smaller; decorative rectangles on the wall are medium sized; perspective of the floor lines.
Thematic Contrast - the richness of the room decoration, contrasting with the laborers and their job.
Attributes in Relationship- this painting has wonderful composition, as it appears as one would see in real life; repairs being done to an apartment in Paris. The light direction, the values of colors, the men's action and their job.
Cross Reference- Yes, the same elements were used to create contrast and relationship.