Exhibitor location in the hall.
a specific area in the drawing. (Drawing Lesson 15)
The area around within or between images or elements.
the area an animal needs to find food, raise its young, exercise, and rest (A Red-tailed Hawk needs more space than a Blue Jay.)
Price areas which don't trade (relative lack of horizontal development)
The area occupied by an exhibitor in the exhibition hall.
The length, area, or depth shown in a work of art. Also, the open areas between, around, or inside the shapes.
A perceived area or surface.
an area reserved for some particular purpose; "the laboratory's floor space"
one of the areas between or below or above the lines of a musical staff; "the spaces are the notes F-A-C-E"
a project which is focusing and glorifying viola music, and viola as an instrument, hosted at Casals Hall in Japan , a specialized hall for chamber music named after Pablo Casals
An element of art by which positive and negative areas are defined or a sense of depth achieved in a work of art .
An element of art that is the area in and around objects in a composition.
The area around and within an object.
element of art that refers to the perceived distance or area between, around, above, below, or within a given area. Artworks can deal with actual physical space or the illusion of space (depth), depending on the aims of the artist; major divisions within the composition of an artwork include areas of positive and negative space.
The final frontier . . . Not so in Aladdin! In each drawing, you can have one or more "spaces," each with its own settings. Spaces are to a drawing what members are to a list. By cloning objects and copying them to different spaces of the drawing, you can perform experiments without risking the loss of objects or settings.
a certain-sized area an animal needs to live Larger animals require more space than smaller ones.
Area available to install a filter, filter separator or entrainment separator.
The area a species needs to survive.
A definable area, e.g., room, toilet room, hall, assembly area, entrance, storage room, alcove, courtyard, or lobby. 3.5.56
Used to define an area on the field that is free from opponents and pressure. The ball can be passed into space for a player to run on to. A player can run into space to get open for a pass or to bring defenders with him to rid the area under attack of defenders (see dummy run).