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Three dimensional sculpture where part of my expression relates to movement Kinetic Sculpture
Tendency of the eyes to blend the individual patches of color placed near one another so as to perceive different, combined colors Optical Color Mixture
19th century art style associated with George Seurat in which small patches of color are placed close together to build form Pointillism
Pattern of closely spaced dots or small marks used to create a sense of three-dimensionality on a flat surface, especially in drawing and print making Stippling
Color made by mixing primary color and an adjacent secondary color Tertiary Color
The point on the horizon where parallel lines seem to converge Vanishing Point
Color that is lighter than a hue's normal range Tint
Color that is darker than a hue's normal range Shade
Size in relation to some normal or constant size Scale
Painting a picture with only a few colors Restricted palette
Painting using all available colors Open palette
Another name for color Hue
A hue that cannot be created by mixing any other colors Primary Colors
If you mix two complementary colors together the result will be a... Neutral
Apparent heaviness of lightness of the forms arranged in a composition Visual Weight
Lightness or darkness of a hue Value
Area of closely spaced parallel lines used to create a sense of three dimensionality on a flat surface, especially in drawing or printmaking Hatching
Juxtaposition of hues that contain the same color in different proportions. They sit near each other on the color wheel Analogous
Any painting style that calls for vigorous physical activity Action Painting
Circular arrangement of hues based on some particular color theory, often arranged in a rainbow Color Wheel
Having only one color, perhaps with variations of value and intensity Monochromatic
Three dimensional form Mass
Descriptive of design in which the two sides of the composition on either side of an imaginary axis are identical in size, shape and placement Symmetrical
Tendency of complimentary colors to seem brighter and more intense when placed side by side Simultaneous Contrast
Size relationships between the parts of a whole Proportion
Use of parallel lines to convey recession, but the parallel lines do not converge Isometric Perspective
When parallel lines converge as they recede from the viewer Linear Perspective
A literal flat surface that is assumed to be identical with the surface of the painting Picture Plane
The illusion of three dimensionality on a flat surface created by stimulating effects of light and shadow Modeling
light to dark Chiaroscuro
Hues that appear directly opposite of each other on the color wheel complementary Colors
When the balance of the composition is not symmetrical Asymmetrical
an area of closely spaced lines intersection one another, used to create a sense of three dimensionality on a flat surface cross-hatching
a method of portraying forms on a two dimensional surface that they appear to project or recede from the picture plane
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