Is the art and science of making objects out of clay.
Is the preferred medium of most of today's potters.
An________ is a kind of oven in which ceramics are fired.
Turns into a glass-like substance
What happens when a glaze vitrifies?
Broke through Preconceptions about limits of clay as a medium
What did the California Sculpture movement of the 1950's do?
Of what glassblowrs studio was Dale Chilhuly a student
The Best examples can be appreciated as miniature sculpting that involves the crafts of metal working enameling and precise stone-cutting
The Term Lapidary refers to?
What off-loom material did Abakanowicz use in her series?
Whose advice did Faith Ringgold seek?
Ringgold does not want the story of her life to be about____?
In that they often have nothing to do with the actual making of the object, which is produced by mechanical means
How are designers different from craftspeople?
Cameo Deep Blue
What Roman original did Wedgewood copy?
Phili Webb/ Joseph Paxton
Under whose influence did William Morris dedicate himself to the renewal of English design through the renewal of medieval craft traditions
Louis Comfort Tiffany "The Style of Youth"
Who was the American glassmaker that most fascinated Bing?
Under what name did Art Nouveau Flourishh in Vienna
Movement toward geometric
What is the defining characteristic of the Art Deco
To Le Carbusier
Who described a house as a "machine for living"?
At the 5 Paris Exposition, what artistic conducted daily fashion shows?
The chair designed by whom used bicycle parts
What Italian spearheaded the international design cooperative known as Memphis?
_____was the principle patron of fine art in the Western world during the Middle ages.
Getty Museum in Malibu California
Is the richest fine art institution in the world
because the leisure class is the ones who typically buy them/ hand made one of a kind as well
A reason why fine art is so expensive is?
It does not emerge from a concise( This is hy fine artists are sometimes not recognized within their lifetime but a single individual is visual imagination)
One reason why fine artist are sometimes not recognized within their lifetimes is?
Its manual skill and monetary value
Against what two attributes of fine art was the L.H.O.O.Q. rebelling?
Manual Skill or professional Activity
The two meanings of the Latin ars?
Less Than 1 million
How many people make up the international avant-grade fine art world?
Painting, Sculptures and architecture
By the 16th century, three media were grouped together as the arts of disegno
_________Began to replace the workshop tradition in the later 16th Century