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Art Final Semester 1

Arcimboldo: Known for creating imaginative portrait heads made entirely of objects such as fruits, vegetables, flowers, fish, and books
Georges Seurat: Uses pointilism to create the famous A Sunday on the GrandJette
Van Gogh: Dutch Post-Impressionist painter who is among the most famous and influential figures in the history of Western art
Carl Warner: Foodscape creator
Tim Burton: Animator - The Nightmare Before Christmas
Chuck Close: Makes faces out of squares of color
Define Still Life: A painting or drawing of an arrangement of object
Define Composite: Made up of various parts or elements.
Define Tint: Color + White
Define Shade: Color + Black
Define Tone: Color + Grey
Give an example of primary colors: Red, Yellow, Blue
Give an example of secondary colors: Orange, Green, Purple
Give an example of tertiary colors: Red-Violet, Red-Orange, Blue-Green
Define Monochromatic: One color scheme
Define Analogous: Three colors side by side on the color wheel
Define Complimentary: Opposing colors on the color wheel
Define Split-Complimentary: A color and the other two colors on the sides of it's compliment
Define Geometric Shape: A set of points or vertices and lines connecting the points in a closed chain, as well as the resulting interior points.
Define Organic Shape: Less well-defined edges
Define Form: A three-dimensional geometrical figure
What is a rib? Smoother like a kidney bean
What is greenware? Unfired Pottery
What is bisqueware/bisque? Refers to ware which has been fired once and has no chemically bonded water left in the clay.
How do you join clay? Slipping and scoring
Created by: 16esmith