the supplies or materials an artist uses
When everything feels like it belongs together
Where your eye travels throughout an artwork
Where your eye goes first; the focal point
When you have movement and repetition in the same work
Dark and light, colors, black and white, texture, size, etc.
3-D image using lines; like a computer image
3-dimensional and encloses volume; gives the illusion of solidarity or mass
the degree of lightness or darkness of a color or tone
a very slow change from one value to another
smoothness of form/values
space the tends to go back or recede
Illusion artist. "Sky and Water" "Drawing Hands" "Hand with Reflecting Sphere" "Waterfall"
Illusion artist. "The Son of Man" "The Human Condition" "The Lovers"
visual trick on the eye
an element of design that is 2-D and encloses an area
Helped secure photography as an art. photographed human faces, New York, and nature. Magazine Editor and owned galleries.
known for her photographs of great depression. "Migrant Mother"
photographed American landscapes (mostly the west).
Georgia O' Keeffe
Woman artist. married Alfred Steiglitz. painted more than 200 flowers.
Cincinnati Artist. Began as a commercial illustrator with "The Golden Book of Biology" and "Betty Crocker's Dinner for Two cookbook." Contributed images to the Ford Motor co's magazine: "Ford Times" Began silk-screen prints of wildlife/geometric wildlife
the look of space or distance
visual order or organization
guidelines for designing
time, subject, media, method, idea/problem
5 parts to an art problem
a basic part of art
overlapping, contrast in values, scale/size change
3 ways to achieve depth