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Lecture 38 Esthetics of Horticulture Horticulture is more than technology and science but is also rich in esthetic values Beauty An intangible quality which gives pleasures to the senses, exalts the mind and spirit; loveliness Visual beauty depends on visual perception

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Lecture 38Esthetics of Horticulture

Horticulture is more than technology andscience but is also rich in esthetic values

Beauty

An intangible quality which gives pleasures to the senses, exalts the mind and spirit; loveliness

Visual beauty depends on visual perception

Artists make judgments about beauty and communicate the experience

Judgment is a reflection of cultural value

People of different heritage have different

opinions on what is beautiful and what is ugly

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Psychological Stimulation

Color

Depth and contrast

Symmetry

Movement and grace

Much of ornamental horticulture is concerned with the beauty of plants and gardens

Flower arrangements

Gardens and garden design

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Design

Manner in which objects are artificially arranged to achieve a particular objective

Includes function and beauty

Many think functional objects are by nature beautiful

True in the past when objects were physical; no longer true in modern worldSailboats were and are considered beautiful but few think a computer chip is really beautiful

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Elements of Design

Color: visible sensation from different wavelengths of light

Hue (red, blue, yellow)

Value (light vs. dark)

Intensity (saturation or brilliance)

Texture: tactile surface quality

Form: shape or structure of 3-dimensional objects

Line: shape or structure

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Design PrinciplesBalance: implied stability

Rhythm: pulsating beat in sound; pattern of

visual spatial beatsEmphasis: focus attention on some dominant aspect

Harmony: unity and completeness of the design