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Art 1 Midterm

Clay that has been fired once but has not been glazed bisque
Making scratches in pieces of clay to be joined together (roughing the surface) scoring
A work of art which depicts scenery such as mountains, valleys, trees, rivers and forests landscape
Drawing an object larger to create the illusion that it appears foreshortening(size)
A technique to make clay "plastic" and remove air pockets ceramics
The process to help portray different values that illustrate an image's light and dark areas shading
Mixing finely ground clay with water makes this. It's a fine, liquid form of clay used to cement together parts that have been formed separately clay slip
A type of balance in which both sides of a composition are balanced yet different asymmetrical
A plan for selecting colors for a composition is also know as a color scheme
Secondary colors are obtained by mixing two ________ colors. primary
Contrast can be created by using light vs dark colors rough vs smooth textures
Yellow-orange, red-orange, and yellow-green are examples of tertiary/intermediate
A printing technique in which an image is raised and leaves an impression on the medium you are using impression
What art style uses math and the repetition of simple forms Op Art
Glass-like coating on a fired ceramic piece of art is called glaze
This term refers to ceramic pieces that have not been fired Greenware
When you are drawing lines that wrap around objects, it gives the illusion of volume and dimension. This is called contour line
Artists can make a round object appear three-dimensional by gradually changing its value with light and dark areas true
Monochromatic refers to a painting done in one color true
Drawing and Printmaking are both forms of communication true
Examples of analogous colors are green, yellow, and blue false
Upside down drawing is used to trick the brain true
Tints of colors may be created by adding grey false
Positive shape is the background or space around the subject of the artwork false
Contour line drawing is indicated by values true
When you're drawing a grid to enlarge a smaller image, you will have to make your squares larger; the number of the squares is very important to getting the drawing correct. true
Vertical is the same as Landscape true
There are two types of shape: geometric and organic true
Blue and orange complementary
Red, yellow, and blue primary
Orange, green, and violet secondary
Green, light green, and dark green monochromatic
Yellow-orange, green-blue, and red-violet intermediate/tertiary
Colors that are next to each other on the color wheel analogous
Obtained by adding white to a hue tint
Colors that go with all color plans: white, black, gray, and brown. neutrals
___________ in a work of art is obtained when all parts of the design are working together as a team unity
Value gives an object ____________ depth
Blue, green, and violet cool
Lines, colors, or shapes repeated over and over in a planned way pattern
___________ refers to the brightness and dullness of a color intensity
Cube, cone, cylinder, and spheres are examples of form
When combined elements stress the differences between each other or create a focal area. emphasis
When elements create the look and feeling of action and guide the viewer's eye throughout a work of art. movement
When elements are connected by rotating from a central point. radial
Artwork with a mirror image on the other side symmetrical
What artist use to help combine the elements of design into an organized composition. principal of design
The careful placement of repeated elements that cause a visual tempo. rhythm
The space around an object in a painting negative
When the visual observation we have made of a work of art fit together and make sense. interpretation
Finding relationships between elements and principles of design within a work. analyzing
Specific facts you will find when viewing a work of art description
The discussion or review of visual art work. art criticism
Essentially, this is your opinion, but it's an educated one based on subject, composition, and content. evaluation
Created by: KJAC


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