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Review for Final Exam

Mrs. Haney

Vocabulary for exam review.

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1.black, white, grey, brown, tan.
5.Mark making using pencil, pen, brush, charcoal, crayon, pastel, or stylus.
6.Quick sketch used to capture the movement or position of a figure.
8.Pigments mixed with a binder.
11.Colors in which red, orange or yellow predominate.
13.A specific way to create artwork, often by following a step-by-step procedure.
14.An element of art that refers to how things feel, or look as if they might feel if touched.
16.A principle of design repeating an element or combination of elements in a recognizable organization.
19.The area of an artwork that appears to be between the foreground and the background.
22.Visual arts components, such as line, texture, color, form, value, shape, and space
23.Empty space surrounding shapes and forms
25.The area of an artwork that appears to be behind other objects or farther away from the viewer.
28.Superimposed layers of parallel lines at an angle to one another; used to create shadow and modeling.
30.An element of art that refers to a continuous mark made on some surface by a moving point.
32.Shapes or spaces that are or represent solid objects.
36.tones of one color in addition to the main hue.
38.Element of art that is a property of reflected light.
39.brightness of a color.
41.An additive process of gluing or pasting materials together to create a work of art.
43.The ordered arrangement of the elements of art according to the principles of design.
44.colors opposite each other on a standard color wheel.
45.orange, green, violet
46.red, yellow, blue.
47.lightness and darkness of a color.
48.A method for representing three dimensional objects on a two dimensional surface (Linear or atmospheric).
2.produced by mixing a primary and a secondary color.
3.Graphic system that creates the illusion of depth and volume on a flat surface.
4.A principle of design illustrating size relationships of one part to another part
7.to darken a color using black
9.Smooth, gradual application of media.
10.Technique of using patterns of dots to create values and value gradation
12.A compositional plan using the principles of design to organize the elements of art for a work.
15.Finely ground, colored powders that form paint when mixed with a liquid.
17.Method of drawing or painting an object or person so that it appears to move forward in space.
18.Quick, rough drawing without much detail that can be used as a plan for later work.
20.Element of art that defines a two dimensional space.
21.A principle of design used to create the feeling of action and to guide the viewer’s eye throughout the work of art.
24.colors which are closely related to each other and in which common color can be found (e.g., yellow, yellow-orange, orange).
26.name of color.
27.Artwork in which the subject is often simplified, distorted, deconstructed, or obscured.
29.Plan for organizing color.
31.The element of art referring to the emptiness or area between, around, above, below or within objects.
33.Colors in which blue, green or violet predominate.
34.In a visual work, the area that appears to be closest to the viewer.
35.A line that defines the edges and surface ridges of an object.
37.A visual diagram featuring a sectioned circle with colors in a bent spectrum.
40.to lighten a color using white.
42.Element of art that is three-dimensional and encloses space. Form has length, width, and depth.

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