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Unity, Variety, Emphasis, Rhythm/Movement, Balance, Pattern, Contrast, and Proportion. They are the effects that may result when elements of an art work are structured into a successful composition.
Emphasis and Proportion
The oldest and basic form of communication on printed materials
A diversified collection of media technologies that reach a large audience via mass communication
TV, radio, internet
Tempera is a water-based painting medium made by blending egg yolks with water, or sometimes other materials such as glue. It is often used to paint frescos and panels, and is popular because it is relatively inexpensive and dries quickly.
The painting is by Winslow Homer, and is entitled, The Adirondak Guide. It was created using watercolors. Opinion on the artist choice of media (watercolor) will vary, but should be backed with at least one reason for their answer.
Gouache is a type of watercolor in which white pigment is added, creating a duller effect and a tinted feel with a smooth finish. The paint usually comes in tubes, with which the artist must add the vehicle (water).
The element of art that refers to how things feel or look as if they might feel if touched. (Ex: Smooth, Rough, Matte, Shiny)
Cool colors suggest coolness and seem to recede from the viewer. (Ex: Blue, Green, Violet)
Warm colors suggest warmth and seem to move towards the viewer. (Ex: Red, Orange, Yellow)
A sense of balance achieved by placing objects or forms that are different on either side of a central line.
Movement is the sense of motion created by a piece, where as rhythm is the simulation of motion through the repetition of an object or part in the piece.
both the aesthetics and stability of the structure.
Earth, minerals, or chemicals finely ground and added to (paint) media to give it color
A paint ingredient that holds particles to one another and also makes paint stick to a surface
The liquid component of paint that evaporates after it's applied; solvent is used to thin paint and make it fluid (runny)
this refers to different types of art
the plural of media, refers to things like clay, paint, glass etc.
media are found in two types of materials. these include ----- and -------