What is a mark which connects two points on a 2-dimentional surface
What lines are graceful, soft, organic, and growing
What lines are harsh, geometric, and mechanical
What adds value to the illusion of 3 dimensions on a 2-Dimensional service
Something you can feel whether it is rough or smooth to the touch. This is called “tactile”.
In a two-dimensional work of art, artists create a sense of three-dimensional space and depth using perspective
The need to have all parts of an artwork in exactly the same in weight
This can be the focal point of the artwork. It is an important part in the artwork. It is closely related to proportion, scale, and perspective
This is another principle artists can use to emphasis, to provide variety and interest, or to create a certain feeling in the work
What in art can be defined as the relation based on size between parts or objects within a composition
the seven elements of art
A popular subject for artists, as the objects that are used in a still life are usually chosen from the artist’s own possessions or environment; these can be arranged to suit the artist and will remain in the same position to aid observation
String made of natural materials like straw
Designed and made to look the same on both sides; balanced
Shapes such as circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, and diamonds
A national head count of every citizen in our country
A throwaway item
Represent an idea, emotion or belief through a simple image, gesture, or element such as colour
Occurs when the elements work well together and relate to one another closely.
Not moving, motionless
The position taken up by the body; how we sit, stand, or lie down
Fold and compress the clay over itself a few times to squeeze out any air-bubbles.
Clay that has been placed in an extremely hot fire or furnace to harden and strengthen it
Opacity of the lens of the eye that causes clouded, blurred, or dim vision. Can be removed with surgery that replaces the lens with an artificial lens.
A complication of diabetes mellitus due to damaged blood vessels in the retina. If found early, treatments, such as laser treatment that can help shrink blood vessels, injections that can reduce swelling, or surgery, can prevent permanent vision loss. Fill in the blank. (Diabetic ___________).
Gradual loss of peripheral vision caused by elevated intraocular pressure that leads to progressive damage to the optic nerve.
Age-related hearing loss.
The impairment of near vision and accommodation as the lens of the eye gradually becomes thicker and loses flexibility as a person ages.
Any type of difficulty that an individual has with one of their five senses or sensory function. Fill in the blank. (Sensory _________)
A condition that occurs when an individual receives too many stimuli or cannot selectively filter meaningful stimuli. Fill in the blank. (Sensory ______________).
Sensory receptors that respond to specific stimuli such as pain, pressure, temperature, and vibration; includes vestibular sensation and proprioception.
Hearing ringing in the ears.
A sense of spatial orientation and balance. Fill in the blank. (__________ sensation).
The interpretation of sensation during the sensory process.
Loss of central vision with symptoms such as blurred central vision, distorted vision that causes difficulty driving and reading, and the requirement for brighter lights and magnification for close-up visual activities.
Sense of taste.
Sense of hearing.
Relating to the sense of smell.
Relating to seeing or sight.
Benign tumor near cranial nerve 8.
Expression of willingness.
Party making the offer.
Party accepting the offer.
This destroys an offer.
Offeror withdraws the offer
Both parties offer some form of value in exchange.
This cases decided adverts are regarded as an invitation.
Common law definition of consideration can be found in...
Must be proven there was an offer is which element?
Concept of honesty.
Based on making a promise.
Untrue statement or fact made to encourage the other party to enter the contract.
Contracts can be declared void due to...
Obligation is being imposed by the law.
This case led to a counter-offer.
What is straight, sometimes broken or curved continuous extent of length without breadth?
What can be used to describe the way a three-dimensional work actually feels when touched while in two-dimensional work, such as painting, it may refer to the visual "feel" of a piece?
What is the principle of art used to create the impression of action in a work of art or is used to describe the path our eyes follow when we look at a work of art?
What term refers to the lightness or darkness of colors used, which can help to create a sense of depth or distance in art, or these light and dark values used to render a realistic object? Artists also use light and dark colours to convey a mood or an emotion with this element.
Which visual principle is used by artists to tie a composition together and help the composition make sense as a whole piece of art?
What refers to the distances or areas around, between, and within components of an artwork? This element can be positive or negative, open or closed, shallow or deep, and two-dimensional or three-dimensional?
What element has length and width, but it also has depth and can be either geometric or free-form?
What is an enclosed space, a bounded two-dimensional form that has both length and width and boundaries are defined by other elements of art such as lines, values, colors, and textures?
What is the element of art that is produced when light, striking an object, is reflected back to the eye? This element also consists of tones, of which there are three properties: hue, intensity, and value?
What is the principle of art that refers to the arrangement of opposite elements (light vs. dark colors, rough vs. smooth textures, large vs. small shapes, for example) in a piece so as to create visual interest, excitement and drama?
What is defined as an area or object within the artwork that draws attention and becomes a focal point of the artwork?
What refers to the use of artistic elements such as line, texture, colour, and form in the creation of artworks in a way that renders visual stability or, in other words, one side does not seem heavier than another?
What is the term defining the balance of unity and variety; the elements need to be alike enough so we perceive them as belonging together and different enough to be interesting?
What is the relationship in scale between one element and another, or between a whole object and one of its parts?
What is a flow, or a feeling of movement achieved by the repetition of regulated visual information?
What can be described as the repeating unit of both organic and geometric line, shape or form and, possesses rhythm and movement of its own?
Works with pattern to make an artwork seem active
A shape with straight lines and angles
Created by repeated elements in a work of art to cause a visual tempo or beat.
The sense that everything goes together in an artwork
A closed line
Confident, clean lines
The lightness or darkness of a color
The area of an artwork that stands out the most
Expressing height, length and width
A repeated set of elements
The area between and around objects
Equal visual weight; symmetrical/asymmetrical
Feeling of motion, or the path your eyes take around an artwork
A mark between two points - can be straight, curved, zig zag
Feeling of unity created when all parts relate well with each other
A shape that is free form
The thinness or thickness of a line
Refers to the way things feel or look
Light reflected off objects
determines if the function is a decreasing function or an increasing function
a function whose graph produces a line
two lines that are vertical
when we predict a value inside the domain and range of the data
when we predict a value outside the domain and range data
when a model no longer applies after some point it is called _________
has an equation of the form x=a
has an equations of the form f(x)=b
a function that can be represented in the form f(x)=x^p
the sum of terms each consisting of a vertically stretched or compressed power function
the highest power of the variable that occurs in the polynomial
coefficient of the leading term
can be positive, negative, or zero,8 and be whole numbers, decimals, or fractions.
where h and k are the numbers in the transformation form of the function.
functions involving roots
the most basic complex number is i
a large number or the state of having multiple
two pairs of binomials with identical terms but share opposite sums
slanted asymptotes that show exactly how a function increases or decreases without bond.
a function that can be written as the ratio of two polynomials
Used at the end of a question
A ____ clause is one that can stand by itself with no extra information
Separates two independent clauses
Used to indicate speech
Can be written to indicate trailing off
A ____ clause does not make sense by itself and adds information to a sentence
Shows when someone is being interrupted
Used when a personal comment or scientific name is used
SCUBA is a well-known ______
Ellipses can be used to create ______ in a mysterious story
Marks the end of a sentence
Used to mark the start of a list
Colons can be used after the speaker's name in a _____
To become aware using the senses of a visual object.
The rules that govern how artists organize the elements of art.
A creative individual who uses imagination and skill to communicate in visual form.
Can be positive or negative.
Objects with three dimensions.
Art that has no recognizable subject matter.
The message an artwork communicates.
Guides the viewer's eye throughout a work of art.
Where an artist gets his or her idea for a work of art.
List of important facts about a work of art.
Movement by the repetition of elements.
Created by simplicity, repetition, and proximity; quality of wholeness.
Difference and contrast.
Artwork that is paid for by someone else to create.
The darkness or lightness of an object.
Size relationship of one part to another.
Can be symmetrical or asymmetrical.
The reason for creating an artwork.
The image viewers can easily identify in a work of art.
This makes one part of a work dominant over the other parts.
The way the principles of art are used to organize the elements of art.
Derived from the reflection of light.
How things feel.
Can be geometric or organic.
The building blocks of visual art.
Creates unity by stressing similarities of separate but related parts.
The path of a moving point through space.