After reading this recent passage about repetition, unity and variety, emphasis, and subordination, I found a few key points that became very interesting to me. The first point I found was that repetition can actually be good. Typically, in writing, we usually hear that repetition in a paper can be catastrophic. But, as I read this passage, I realized that repetition in art can be pleasing to a viewer’s eye. Another thing I found interesting is that balance in art is a major contributor to making pieces look aesthetically pleasing. Determining how much unity or variety is being used in a piece can either make or break it. Overall, I thought the passage was informing and it made me realize that art doesn’t have to abide by rules to be considered art.
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