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20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt Color & Value Lines, Shape & Form Principles of Design Purposes of Art Subject & Styles
Red, Blue, & Yellow
What are the primary colors?
Color with white added
What is tint?
Red, Orange and Yellow
What are warm colors?
Colors opposite each other on the color wheel
What are complementary colors?
Blue-Green is an example of this.
What is tertiary?
A cube is an example of this.
What is form?
Lines that run up and down.
What is vertical?
A flat area contained within a closed line.
What is a shape?
A shape that is used in math such as a triangle.
What is a geometric shape?
A line that goes from left to right.
What is horizontal?
In a painting, this is where your eyes go first.
What is the emphasis?
The way an artwork is arranged to make different parts seem equally important.
What is balance?
When there is a difference created between art elements such as light & dark.
What is contrast?
Artwork that is equally balanced, the “same” on both sides is this.
What is symmetrical?
An artwork that has repeating elements, such as lines, shapes or colors, in a planned way.
What is pattern?
Purpose of art where an artist communicates emotions and ideas.
What is Artistic expression?
Purpose of art where an artist tells a story or illustrates experiences.
What is narrative?
Purpose of art where an artist decorates objects used in everyday life.
What is functional?
This culture expresses art in the form of totem poles, pottery and weavings.
What is Native American?
This mask is an example of ceremonial art of what culture.
What is West African?
This style of art is not realistic.
What is Abstract?
A painting or drawing of a person.
What is a portrait?
Style of art that has no objects just lines, shapes & colors.
What is non- objective?
Painting or drawing of land or the outdoors.
What is a landscape?
Style of art where the subject looks like real life.
What is realistic?
Elements and Principles of Art
Visual Rhetoric/Visual Literacy
Ms. Stephenson’s Jeopardy
Intro to Art and Design Review for Final Exam
Art criticism is studying, understanding, and judging works of art.
Jeopardy Elements of ArtVocabulary #1Vocabulary #2Vocabulary #3 Vocabulary #4 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
Purposes of Visual Arts
Colors with Pollack ART SMART. Cool Colors Warm Colors The RYB Color Wheel.
The Elements and Principles of Art
ELEMENTS OF ART Building Blocks.
Elements & Principles of Design
Elements & Principles of Design Review Game
Elements of Design are the parts
Composition the placement or arrangement of visual elements or ingredients in a work of art Module 2.
Elements of Art 1 Principles of Design 2 Media 3 Cultures 4 Artists/ Styles Title Final Jeopardy.
Color Wheel Color Values Color Schemes HUE - undiluted color in its purest intensity. VALUE – lightness or darkness of a hue (color). INTENSITY -brightness.
In this lesson you will learn about the Elements of Art
What are the Elements of Art?
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