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Art 1 Fall Final
Mr. Garza's Art 1 Final Part I: Introduction and Part V: Color Theory
One dimensional, between two points, has length
A two dimensional area, has length and width
A three dimensional object, has height, width and depth
The lightness or darkness of a surface area
The way a surface feels or looks as if it feels
The outline which forms the boundary of a shape; it defines the edge
The object in a composition
The area around an object in a composition
The organization of a line, shape and value in art work paying attention to positive and negative shapes
The portion of a composition that stands out because of placement, size, contrast, distortion or action
The arrangement of the design elements that lead our eye around in a composition
A color that cannot be created by mixing any other colors and that produce all of the other colors except black. (RED, YELLOW, AND BLUE)
A color created by combining two of the three primary colors. (ORANGE, GREEN AND VIOLET)
Colors made by mixing a primary color and a neighboring secondary color from the color wheel
Colors that are closely related or adjacent (touch) on the color wheel
Colors directly opposite each other on the color wheel, such as red/green, blue/orange, etc.
A light value of a color, made by adding white to the original color
A dark value of a color, made by adding black to the original color.