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How do fine arts differ from applied arts?
Fine art is used to creat beauty and pleasure while looking at the art. However, applied art is aesthetic and used to perform a specific duty.
What kinds of valuable activities does one engage when creating or examining works of art? Name two of the decisions you face
Some activities can go past the idea of brushes and paints it can also include music and dance and theater. I faced violin when I was younger as an art credit for school and dance, contemporary dancing was a form of arm but through movement
Why is an arts education valued by today's leaders in business and Industry ?
It is valued because it can be viewed in different perspective which can lead to a deeper meaning and inspire one to follow their dreams.
Identify three places where a person can obtain information about art and artists
In a school, museums, and a house
Explain the difference between art media and art process
Art media consist of the materials to create art and art process is the action to make art
Define the term aesthetic
Set of principles concerned with the nature in appreciation of beauty especially in art the concerns are seeing art in different ways and taking it in, in different ways
What two things must a person know before attempting to gather information from a work from a work of art? Define the word criteria and how it is used in art
Specific shapes and colors of the art. Criteria is jusging artwork
How does The approach from the art critic differ from the approach of an art historian?
A critic judges an piece and makes remarks a historian studies it and sees all perspectives of the piece
Why would you study art from diverse and different cultures unfamiliar to you?
In order to get a feel for different cultures and know how they differ from yours
What are the seven elements of art?
Example of an analogous color scheme
They are also called adjacent colors such as blue, blue green, green or green, yellow-green and yellow
What is the benefit of identifying the axis line in a work of art?
it helps recognize the rigid , vertical pose of one sculpture or the active twisting pose of another
Name five techniques Giorgione used to create the illusion of three-dimensional space in a two-dimensional work of art
size , placement , detail, color , and line
How do the principles of art use the elements of art in creating artwork?
By combining what they need to make certain pieces. Imagintation is key.
Name and define the three types of balance
Balance refers to the feeling of equilibrium or stability of a work of art. symmetrical, asymmetrical and radial
How can harmony be achieved in creating a work of art?
One way to achieve harmony in a work of art is to use a limited color scheme with analogous colors.
Name at least three dry media used in drawings
pencil charcoal crayon chalk and pastels
What type of subjects do artists depict in their work? What are some influences
.Landscape, people, still life and historical subjects
What is a still life?
still life refers to a painting of inanimate objects. Inamimate meaning not alive
What are three basic ingredients in paint? What are two tools for applying paint?
Pigment binder slovent; roller and a brush
Explain the difference between the two intaglio processes: etching and engraving
engraving, special tools of varying thicknesses and shapes are used to cut lines in the plate. Etchings, on the other hand, use a chemical process
Explain the process of lithography uses the importance of the principle that grease and water do not mix
the process of printing from a flat surface treated so as to repel the ink except where it is required for printing.
List the concerns of a serious photographer
Working equipment, lighting, weather, attitude, sense of feeling, perspective, time
List at least three of the options and solutions a computer can present to an artist
Different colors, perspectives, shapes, modeling etc
Which sculpture process is addictive and which is subtractive?
Modeling is an additive and carving is subtractive
How is casting useful for a sculpture?
Casting is the process of creating a form by pouring a liquid material into a mold so it helps makes the sculpture all together
Describe the assembly process and list five possible materials suitable for use in an assemblage
Different materials or join to produce and assemblage. Candy wrappers, water bottles, cans, bird nests, and trash bins
What is kinetic art?
a form of art that depends on movement for its effect.
In what way is the round arch an improvement over the post and lintel?
The arch transferred the weight outward from its center to the vertical supports
What is the most important limitation of working with stone as a building material?
To always have patience and being precise
How is a barrel vault constructed? Why were buildings constructed with barrel vaults dark and gloomy inside?
the top is rounded and the bottom is flat. In ancient times, barrel vaults were constructed of stone.
Because they werent very Modernized
What brought about the dramatic change in wood construction in the 1800s?
Using more advanced things to help with wood work such as metal nails and sawmills for easier cuts
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