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1 ART can be defined as the expression of creativity and imagination through various techniques and media producing works to fulfill a variety of purposes. ARTISTS are people who create art. (in any art form)

2 Art involves MUSIC, DANCE, and DRAMA. PEOPLE Artists Students Teachers Viewers Critics Gallery Owners PLACES Galleries Museums Studios Classrooms MATERIALS Paint Pencils Markers Clay Brushes Paper

3 We express ourselves by means of the arts. We document our memories and history. If we do not speak the same language- we can use art to communicate. The arts enrich our lives.

4 MEDIUM: The MATERIALS used to create artworks such as oil paint, coloring pencils, watercolor. MEDIUM also refers to the CATEGORY of art such as drawing, painting, sculpture, metal smithing. MEDIA: PLURAL form of medium. When you use two or more art materials to create a work. Example: using oil pastels and charcoal in the same piece. Your piece is now called MIXED MEDIA.

5 SUBJECT MATTER: The objects you see in a work. Look at the artwork on the ceiling and decide the subject matter of two artworks.

6 Pierre Subleyras, The Artists Studio Martin Puryear, Seer, 1984

7 Roy Litchenstien, Whaam!, This is A. a panel from a comic strip B. an artwork

8 Robert S. Duncanson, Blue Hole, Flood Waters, Little Miami River, This is A. an illustration from a childrens book B. an artwork

9 Louis Sullivan, Wainwright Building, St. Louis, Missouri, Photographed by George Bartford 3. This is A. a major piece of American architecture B. just another office building

10 Marilyn Levine, H.R.H. Briefcase, This is A. a briefcase B. an artwork

11 Shirt, Broule Sioux, early 19 th century 5. This is A. an artwork B. a western movie costume

12 Christos and Jeanne-Claude, Wrapped Coast, One Million Square Feet, Little Bay, Sidney Australia, This is A. an oil spill clean up B. an environmental artwork

13 Joseph Beuys, Felt Suit, This is A. an artwork B. a suit

14 Cave Painting, Lascaux, c. 15,000 BCE 8. This is A. a painting made over 15,000 year ago B. graffiti made by children

15 Josef Albers, Homage to the Square: Glow, This is A. a diagram of color values and repetitive shapes B. an artwork

16 Robert Rauschenberg, Monogram, This is A. an artwork B. a protest made by animal rights activist

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18 Roy Litchenstien, Whaam!, This is A. a panel from a comic strip B. an artwork

19 Robert S. Duncanson, Blue Hole, Flood Waters, Little Miami River, This is A. an illustration from a childrens book B. an artwork

20 Louis Sullivan, Wainwright Building, St. Louis, Missouri, Photographed by George Bartford 3. This is A. a major piece of American architecture B. just another office building A. a major piece of American architecture

21 Marilyn Levine, H.R.H. Briefcase, This is A. a briefcase B. an artwork

22 Shirt, Broule Sioux, early 19 th century 5. This is A. an artwork B. a western movie costume A. an artwork

23 Christos and Jeanne-Claude, Wrapped Coast, One Million Square Feet, Little Bay, Sidney Australia, This is A. an oil spill clean up B. an environmental artwork

24 Joseph Beuys, Felt Suit, This is A. an artwork B. a suit A. an artwork

25 Cave Painting, Lascaux, c. 15,000 BCE 8. This is A. a painting made over 15,000 years ago B. graffiti made by children A. a painting made over 15,000 years ago

26 Josef Albers, Homage to the Square: Glow, This is A. a diagram of color values and repetitive shapes B. an artwork

27 Robert Rauschenberg, Monogram, This is A. an artwork B. a protest made by animal rights activist A. an artwork

28 TRADITIONAL ARTWORK Works that have form, style, and subject matter that are familiar to the public as art. What are some forms of traditional art today? What makes an artwork non-traditional in our times?

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