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MIDTERM REVIEW FLASHCARDS 2014-2015
FRET Formal properties Representational properties Expressive properties Technical properties
Formal properties: look for the elements and principles of design. List and explain at least 2 of each.
Representational properties: consider the things or ideas represented by the artwork. What does it remind you of? Why?
Expressive properties: what does the work express? (A feeling or thought.) Why do you think this?
Technical properties: what technique(s) were used by the artist? What is the work made of?
Principles of Art BRUVE Balance Rhythm Unity Variety Emphasis
Balance: the distribution of visual weight
Rhythm: the repetition of elements in order to create visual movement, the path the viewer’s eye moves around an artwork
Unity: The feeling of harmony between all parts of an artwork
Variety: To make an element different, to have change
Emphasis: The part of the artwork that catches the viewer’s attention (focal point)
Elements of art CLaSS F TV Color Line Shape Space Form Texture Value
Color: a phenomenon of reflected light with three properties: hue (or its name e.g. red), value (how light or dark it is), and chroma (how dull or bright it is)
Line: A mark with greater length than width.
Shape: A closed line; 2d (geometric & organic)
Space: the illusion of depth within an artwork (positive & negative)
Form: Form: a 3D figure (length, width, and height)
Texture: a surface quality that can be seen and/or felt
Value: the range between lightness and darkness within a composition
Primary colors Red Yellow Blue
Secondary Colors Made by mixing two primary colors Orange Violet Green
Tertiary Colors A primary color plus a secondary color Example: Red Orange
Monochromatic One color plus black and white
Analogous Colors Next to each other on the color wheel Example: Red, red-orange, orange, yellow orange, yellow
Complimentary colors Across from each other on the color wheel Examples: Red+Green, Yellow+Violet, Blue+Orange
Warm Colors Red, orange, yellow
Cool Colors Blue, green, violet
Radial Balance Radiates out from the center
Symmetrical Balance The same on both sides
Asymmetrical Balance Similar on both sides
Decides the form
Must be in harmony with the material
Understanding leads to proper or appropriate use
Can suggest the decoration
Must relate or be adapted to the form
Must not interfere with the function
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