Sketching in the Galleries: Principles of Design: Emphasis, Subordination
Saturday, February 16, 2013
Classroom 114 and museum galleries
Instructor: Ken Wenzel
Emphasis and subordination create the hierarchy of an artwork. Emphasis is an area or passage that draws attention to itself. It exists in comparison to subordination, areas or passages that are secondary, supporting the emphasis of the work. Explore these compositional tools while drawing from works in the museum's collection.
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