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# Art Q3 exam

7 elements of design Line, Shape, Color, Value, Texture, Space, Form
line Line: The path made by a moving point.
3 directions of a line Three directions of line: Diagonal, Vertical, Horizontal.
diagonal line Diagonal line: A slanted line
vertical line Vertical line: straight up and down (from top to bottom).
horizontal line Horizontal line: a straight line that runs side to side (left to right).
parallel line Parallel lines: two lines that run next to each other and never intersect.
shape Shape: An area that is made by a line that touches at the beginning and end.
geometric shape Geometric shape: A shape that fits into mathematics (circle, square, rectangle, triangle, etc.)
organic shape Organic shape: A shape that comes from nature and does not fit into mathematics.
space Space: Refers to distances or areas around, between or within components of a piece.
perspective the technique used to represent a three-dimensional world on a two-dimensional surface in a way that looks realistic and accurate, as we see it in nature. It is used to create an illusion of space and depth on a flat surface (or the picture plane).
horizon line Horizon Line: a horizontal line used to represent the horizon in a perspective drawing.
vanishing point Vanishing point: the single point at which all images vanish (in a perspective drawing)
value Value-- the relative darkness or lightness of a color.
texture Texture: The way something feels or appears to feel.
form Form: A three dimensional object (there is also implied form that uses value & shading to create what appears to be a three dimensional object)
primary colors Primary colors: Colors that cannot be made by mixing other colors; Red, Blue, Yellow.
secondary colors Secondary colors: Colors that are made by mixing two primary colors; Purple, Green, Orange.
tertiary colors Tertiary colors: colors that are made by mixing one primary and one secondary color. The colors tend to be grayish. The primary color is always listed first: red-orange, yellow-orange, yellow-green, blue-green, blue-violet, red-violet.
complimentary colors Complimentary colors: colors that are straight across from each other on the color wheel.
cool colors Cool colors: Colors that have cool undertones: blues, purples, greens.
warm colors Warm colors: Colors that have warm undertones: reds, oranges, yellows.
hue Hue: The colors of the color wheel; a pure color without the addition of black, white, gray.
monochromatic Monochromatic: using one color in an image.
grayscale Grayscale-- a tool used to map out shadows, highlights, and mid-tones.
hatching Hatching-- creating tonal/shading effects by drawing parallel lines
overhand Overhand-- popular pencil hold
tint Tint-- Color with white added (making a hue lighter)
tone Tone-- Color with gray/black added (making a hue darker)
value scale, shading sphere, color wheel
6 principles of design? Scale: Overall size;; Proportion: relative size within the work;;. Unity: repetition>rhythm>pattern>unity;; Balance: equalizing the visual weight of elements;; Direction: visual path;; Emphasis: focal point.
planographic Plangographic (Lithograph)-- Grease/water
relief Relief-- woodcuts, linocut
intaligo Intaglio-- Engraving, Etching, Drypoint
stecil/screen print Stencil/Screen print-- (t-shirt)
full round sculpture? Full Round--free standing sculpture, looks good from every angle.
relief sculpture? Relief-- emerges from a base or a wall or sinks into it.
virgin and child picture? date? artist? time period? Virgin and Child 1304; Bernardo Daddi; Early Renaissance
THE LAST JUDGEMENT. date? artist? period? The Last Judgement; 1505; Hieronymus Bosch; Northern Renaissance;
BOY BITTEN BY A LIZARD. date? artist? period? Boy Bitten by a Lizard; 1594; Caravaggio; Baroque;
MARY, COWTESS HOWE. date? artist? period? Mary, Countess Howe; 1763; Thomas Gainsborough; Rococo;
THE DEATH OF MARAT. Date? artist? period? The Death of Marat; 1793; Jacques-Louis David; Neoclassical;
AT THE MOULIN ROUGE. Date? artist? period? At the Moulin Rouge; 1895; Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec; Post Impressionist;
BATHERS AT ASNIERES. date? artist? period? Bathers at Asnieres; 1884; Georges Seurat; Pointillism;
THE APPARITION. Date? artist? period? The Apparition; 1876; Gustave Moreau; Symbolist;
WOMAN WITH A PARASOL. date? artist? period? Woman with a Parasol; 1875; Claude Monet; Impressionist;
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