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PRACTICE ART ED CERT
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drawing the outlines of the shape
Cross contour drawing
shows the elevations of a form using sets
of parallel lines
drawing in which the subject's distinctive
features are deliberately exaggerated.
a full scale drawing for a fresco
brief drawing that captures the essence of
decorating or illustrating of manuscripts
from the Western or Islamic traditions
things further away appear lighter and less
intense in color, more like the color of the sky
scratching through one color to reveal
a small drawing to try out your composition
size of the image relative to the size of
creating values with crossing sets of
historically refers to printmaking and
using dots to create areas of value or color
The elements of art.
line, shape, mass, space, time, motion, light, color, texture
The principles of art
balance, variety, harmony, emphasis, proportion, movement, rhythm, and pattern
Choose the best time to put salt on a watercolor wash.
Wait until the wash just starts to lose some
of its shine
Dry brush is
A watercolor technique that uses little
medium to make scratchy, textural marks.
The type of printmaking in which only one print can be made a possibly a ghost print is
a print process— lithography and silkscreen printing—where the inked image area and non-inked areas are at the same height
Any printing process in which the ink sits below the surface of the plate
A textural transfer technique; the process of making rubbings with graphite or crayon on paper laid over a textured surface
The artist know for frottage is
A print made from an image built up with glue and sometimes other materials.
a print made using a stencil process in which an image or design is superimposed on a very fine mesh screen and printing ink is squeegeed onto the printing surface through the area of the screen that is not covered by the stencil
Molten metal comes from the pouring cup into this vertical portion of a gating system; used to transfer the molten metal to the cast.
The French term meaining dry. This typically refers to recitative with a "dry" or sparse accompaniment.
A heat resistant container used to melt metal
A furnace capable of controlled high temperatures used to fire ceramic ware and sculpture.
The artist known for stabiles and mobiles
is a roll of fibre generally used to spin woollen yarn.
is a straight spike usually made from wood used for spinning, twisting fibers such as wool, flax, hemp, cotton into yarn.
part of a loom, and resembles a comb. It is used to push the weft yarn securely into place as it is woven, it also separates the warp threads and holds them in their positions, keeping them untangled, and guides the shuttle as it moves across the loom.
s a tool designed to neatly and compactly store or a holder that carries the thread across the loom weft yarn while weaving.
A painting technique in which pigment is mixed with wax and applied to the surface while hot.
painting on wet plaster (usually fresh)
The treatment of light and shade in a work of art, especially to give an illusion of depth.
The movement in art that ridiculed contemporary culture & traditional art forms. Artists exhibited the most ordinary & absurd objects as works of art.
painting done in transparent water colors.
method of dyeing fabric by covering certain sections with wax
Assessing a student's understanding as you teach a unit (e.g. through homework, in-class activities, journal writing, etc.).
YAM stands for
Youth Art Month
When students "communicate ideas about feelings, self, family, school, and community,
using sensory knowledge and life experiences" the following strand of the TEKS is involved.
When students "apply simple criteria to identify main ideas in original artworks, portfolios, and
exhibitions by peers and major artists", the following TEKS is involved.
When students "compare relationships between design and everyday life;" the following
TEKS is involved
When students "compare ways individuals and families are depicted in different artworks",
the following TEKS is involved
A squeegee is vital to
Application of ink in the silkscreen process
A pattern created by scraping off layers of paint from a canvas laid over a textured surface
A method of making an image with smoke fumes. It was invented by Wolfgang Paalen,
A technique of crating random textured patterns by applying thick paint to two surfaces, pressing them together, and pulling them apart.
Italian for "smoky", technique used to blend details to look more realistic
The author of Stages of Artistic Development was
Eisner's Ten Lessons the Arts Teach
1. The arts teach children to make good judgments about qualitative relationships.
2.The arts teach children that problems can have more than one solution
3. The arts celebrate multiple perspectives.
4. The arts teach children that in complex forms of problem solving purposes are seldom fixed, but change with circumstance and opportunity.
5. The arts make vivid the fact that neither words in their literal form nor numbers exhaust what we can know.
6. The arts teach students that small differences can have large effects.
7. The arts teach students to think through and within a material.
8. The arts help children learn to say what cannot be said.
9. The arts enable us to have experience we can have from no other source
10. The arts' position in the school curriculum symbolizes to the young
what adults believe is important.
stage of artistic development
1. SCRIBBLE (2-4)
2. PRESCHEMATIC- (4 to 6 years)
3. SCHEMATIC- (7 to 9 years)
4. DAWNING REALISM - (9 to 11 years)
5. THE PSEUDOREALISTIC STAGE - (ll to 13 years)
The philosophical discipline which involves reflection on art, culture, nature and the nature of
Feldman's Model for Art Criticism
a list of the visual qualities of the work that are obvious and immediately perceived. Ask students "What do you see in the artwork"? and "What else"?
Includes content and subject matter in representational works, includes abstract
elements in nonrepresentational pieces.
on the formal aspects of elements of art, principles of design, and other formal considerations: exaggeration, composition etc.
"How does the artist create a center of interest?" How does the use of color impact the painting?"
ideas for possible meaning based on evidence. Viewers project their emotions/feelings/intentions onto the work. "What do you think it means"?
"What was the artist trying to communicate"? "What clues do you see that
support your ideas"?
4. JudgmentDiscuss the overall strengths/success/merit of the work. This step is usually used with mature audiences.
This component of an effective art lesson specifically addresses what students will learn.
objectives or outcomes
a desire to perform a behavior due to promised rewards or threats of punishment
a desire to perform a behavior effectively for its own sake
a model or example
The study of signs and symbols
the art or profession of teaching
any of the various thermometers used for measuring high temperatures
type of setting in which a vertical rim of metal snuggly surrounds a gemstone to securely hold it in place.
Chin colle setting
classification of metal; copper, lead, zinc, and tin
Metals under the step; Aluminum, Gallium, Indium, Tin, Thallium, Lead, Bismuth
gold, silver, and platinum; nonreactive nature
the art of inlaying different metals into one another—typically, gold or silver into a darkly oxidized steel background
a hard, decorative surface created by placing powdered glass on metal. The object is placed in a kiln to fire it, melting the glass and fusing it to the metal.
the yarn woven horizontally across the warp yarn in weaving (aka Woof)
the yarn woven vertically across the weft yarn in weaving
The following software is vector based
To prevent reticulation of film, you must
YAM stands for
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