|scale - the relationship between the size or intensity of surface qualities which establishes a sense of relative proportion and emphasis.
sensory properties - the qualities which are inherent within (belong to) an object of event that are experienced through one's sense of sight, touch, hearing and/or smell.
sensual - a response to the visual, aural, kinesthetic and/or olfactory aspects of objects or events with a special focus upon sexual connotations.
sensuous - a response to the physical character of stimuli; e.g., shapes, colors and textures.
surrealism - a 20th century movement which emphasizes imaginative and intuitive interpretations of the subconscious.
technical properties - particular attributes of works of art that result from the ways in which tools and materials are employed.
tension - an implied opposition of visual forces which evoke a sense of strained relationships between surface qualities, thereby, creating feelings of tautness or excitement.
texture - the suggested, implied (visual) or actual (tactile) character of an object's surface.
unity - a sense of 'wholeness' or 'relatedness' achieved through various techniques such as repetition, gradation, alternation, or radiation of visual qualities.
value - the term used to identify the variations in dark and light qualities of visual phenomena.