45 terms

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color
derived from reflected light
form
3d and enclosed volume
line
can 2d (pencil on paper), 3d(wire), or implied( edge of a shape or form which the viewer's eye automatically connects)
shape
enclosed space and having only two dimensions
space
indicates areas in work of art (positive or negative) Or refers to the feeling of depth in a 2d space
texture
refers to the quality of a surface, both tactile or visual
value
lightnesss or darkness of a color or tone
balance
arrangment of visual elements to create stabilty in a art work contrast
emphasis
using opposing sizes,shapes,contrasting colors or other mean to place certain attention of areas, object, or feeling in artwork
movement
dynamic- shapes, form, or lines that give the appereance of movement
static
pattern
shows repetition of element or combinations of elements in a recognizable organization
unity
relates to sensee of wholeness
rhythm
way of combining elements to produce the appereance of movement- achieved through repetition, alteration, or progression of an element
ways to imply depth
1- overlapping
2- linear perspective
3- atmospheric perspective
4- placement on picture plane
5- aerial perspective
6- change in scale
cross hatching
overlapping of parrarel lines to create values in a drawing
hatching
parrarel lines drawn to create values
charcoal
dry media of carbon left behind after woods is charred and burned
contour
type of drawing used to define the outer edges of form and surfaces within a form such as wrinkles and fold
linear perspective
creates an allusion of depth on a flat surface by havin all pararelll lines recede into the distance and drawn to coverage at one or more vanishing point.
analagous
colors side by the side on teh color wheel.
color wheel
color spectrum bent into a circle
complementary
colors oppisate each other on the color wheel
intermediate/ tertiary colors
red-violet, red-orange, yellow-orange, yellow-green, blue-violet, blue-green
monochromatic
tints and shades of one color or hue
primary colors
reds, yellow, blue
shade
color plus back
secondary colors
green, violet, orange
tint
color plus white
acrylic painting
wet media that consists of peigment and a polymer binder and thinned with water
pigment
powdered coloring material used from paint, crayons, chalks , and ink
media
materials used to make art such as oils, pastel and water colors
still life
a group of inaminate objects arranged to be drawn or painted
portrait
image of a persons face
landscape
work of art that features the natural enviroment
non-objective
type of art with no subject matter
abstraction
can be achieved by compressing the space, fragmenting the composition, breaking things into geometric shapes, magnifying parts or the whole subjects or simpifying lines, colors, or shapes
symbolism
a form, image, sign, or subject representing a meanign other than its outward apperance.
collage
compostition developed by gluing colored paper, photographs, magazine pictures, fabric, and other 3D material
aesthetics
refers to which is beautiful and visually pleasing
craftsman ship
refers to skills in producing expertly finishes products
subject matter
things that are represented in a work of art such as people, buildings, and tress
vanishing point
the place where converging lines meet on the horizon
converging lines
edges of structure and lines receding towards the VP
foreshortning
technique used by artists to shorten an object to make it look as if it extends backward into space
prismacolor pencil
pigment encased in wax, can be blended for value or hue changes, are easily portable.