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Fine Arts Survey

Stack #47420

_______ is one of the most noticeable art elemens. color
Of all the visual elements, ______ is the most expressive. color
color is more _______; line is more_____ emotional; thinking
the means of making visible the lines and shapes in a work of art and is used by architects and artists to acheive emotional qualities in their work color
the color itself hue
the lightness and darkness of a color value
the purity or brilliance of a color intensity
the relative darkness or lightness of a color value
can project moods with its darkness ( sad, brooding, heavy) and its lightness ( happy, airy, excitement) value
red, yellow, and blue; these colors cannot be made from any other color primary colors
orange, green, violet; these are created by mixing equal amounts of 2 primary colors secondary colors
black, white, grey, tan, and brown; these are considered neutral hues and are not in the color spectrum neutrals
using one color only with its tints, shades, and tones monochromatic color
using 2 colors that are directly opposite each other on the color wheel Complementary color
Color sensations are a result of 2 things: 1. what is color physically? 2. What is it to the brain? 3. What is it to the eye?
Colors on the red side of the specturm are ______. warm and stimulating
Colors on the blue-green end of the specturm are ______. cool and relaxing
Warm colors are also called_________. advancing colors
Cool colors are also call ___________. receding colors
Art is usually concerned with ________ light effects rather than_____ light. reflecting; radiant
_________ is sometimes indicated by golden rays, and at other times by a halo or aura Divine Light
A _______ may be depicted as the sorce of light in a dark interior or night scene light or torch
The most common methof of painting light is not to show radiant light directly, but to suggest its presence through a change in the value or ________. reflected light
sharp contrast in light; Italian, litterally meaning "light/dark" chiaroscuro
Light can also be implied through _________. color
the area in which an artist creates a work of art; the area surrounding shape Space
Space in a painting can be divided into 3 parts: foreground, middleground, background
Division of space adds _______ to the composition. depth
the combination of elements in a painting or other work of art so that they seem satisfactory to the artist composition
Characteristics of space: open, closed, deep, shallow, narrow, wide, large
the area of the surface that is occupied by definate forms or shapes, usually the subject of study positive space
the area of the surface that is empty or unoccupied by a definate form or definate shapes, usually referred to as the background of the study negative space
2 types of space: postive and negative
evolves from shape with the addition of 3rd dimension: depth form
it is this element that moves an expression into art and out of the realm of design form
used to create the illusion of depth on a flat surface form
Ways to create form: line( used in perspective) , colors ( used in contrast), contrasting textures, overlapping and contrasting sizes of shapes
Created by: ElizabethI