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Dry and Liquid Media 2
Terms in this set (12)
In painting, media is_________.
B. The substance that is added to a color in order to help application.
_______ is a media that consists of natural or synthetic mineral or plant substances that deposit crystalline or splinter-like fragments in the paper fibers.
A. Dry media
Which of the following is true of mixed media?
D. One form of mixed media was commonly used to create illuminated manuscripts.
Liquid media is_________.
D. Use of a material in liquid form, such as with ink.
An advantage of using dry media is_________.
A. Its ability to be erased and/or corrected.
B. The material of a work of art.
A disadvantage to liquid media is that_________.
A. It can be costly use.
Choice of medium allows the artist to_________.
A. Convey different messages.
All of the following are examples of popular paint brushes used by artists to create different affects and results, except which?
B. Spiral brushes
Which of the following is not true about the above work of art?
B. It was creating using oil acrylic paint, and therefore an example of liquid media.
The image above, entitled, Self-Portrait with Two Pupils, is an example of an artist's use of_________.
C. Liquid media
_______ works of art are created on frosted parchment-like material or surface, which can be made from young calf skin that is stretched out.
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