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1 FINAL REVIEW San Diego Unified School District Visual and Performing Arts Department Visual Art 1-2

2 Leonardo da Vinci – Hands The process used to create work of art is called : Painting Drawing Printmaking Calligraphy

3 Nevelson – Cascade Is an example of: Casting Carving Assemblage Collage

4 Winslow Homer - Watercolor Which painting tool did the artist use to create this work of art? Brush Palette Knife Paint Roller Fingers

5 MC Escher – Eye The predominant principle of design used in the work of art is: Movement Dominance Value Repetition

6 Andy Warhol – Campbell’s Soup The predominant principle of design used in this work of art is: Emphasis Contrast Rhythm Balance

7 Joseph Stella – Brooklyn Bridge What kind of balance did the artist use to arrange this work of art? Asymmetrical Symmetrical Radial Informal Balance

8 A technique used to shorten an object to make it look as if it extends backward into space is called FOPRESHORTENING

9 Artists use PROPORTION to show the size relationship of one thing to another.

10 Artists use SCALE to show the size of something measured against a standard reference

11 In GESTURE DRAWINGS, lines are drawn rapidly for the purpose of capturing the subject’s movement.

12 CONTOUR DRAWINGS use continuous lines

13 HATCHING is the shading technique in which thin lines run in the same direction.

14 EXAGGERATION is a technique that artists use to change normal proportions. Original Steve Tyler EXAGGERATION of Steve Tyler

15 The EYES are halfway between the top of the head and the chin EYES ARE HALFWAY

16 PREHISTORIC PEOPLE did not create art for decoration Some scholars believe the paintings were part of a hunting ritual. Drawn by a shaman or a medicine man and believing that the hunters would capture the animal.

17 The invention of the CAMERA had the greatest impact on art.  The camera freed artists from the tedium of creating realist portraiture.  It allowed the ability to express themselves.  Challenged by the camera's ability to freeze a moment in time.  Artists began to show their "impression" of a moment in time that is effected by light and color.

18 Influence of IMPRESSIONIST art can be described as featuring everyday subjects, and effects of light on color.

19 PROPAGANDA POSTERS  propaganda-posters/ propaganda-posters/

20 PROPAGANDA POSTERS are used: To achieve political objectives OR Intended to achieve social change on a massive scale. The function of the war poster is to make coherent and acceptable a basically incoherent and irrational ordeal of killing, suffering, and destruction that violate every accepted principle of morality and decent living.” --O.W. Riegal, propaganda analyst for the Office of War Information

21 Contemporary culture in America has variety of purposes due to our country’s CUTURAL DIVERSITY CULTURAL DIVERSITY

22 CONTEMORARY CULTURE is diverse.

23 An image, when used as a LOGO, that has a political meaning or message would be a DOVE holding an olive branch.

24 Other LOGOS that DO NOT have a political meaning BUT represents a business or sport would be: Apple Business Lightening Bolt Chargers Sport Mermaid Starbucks Business


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