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Pablo Picasso Word Search

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Art Terminology Crossword

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a strong cloth used for painting Canvas
artwork made by pasting pieces of paper to a flat surface Collage
the art of making plans Architecture
an arrangement primary colors to create new colors Color Wheel
the placement of 2 opposites side by side Contrast
frame used to support a canvas Easel
area in composition where the emphasis is greatest Focal Point
refers to a common name found on the color wheel Hue
things that look flat Two-Dimensional
hidden symbolic meaning Allegory
hand-made object that represents a culture or period Artifact
change of color from one tone to another Blending
character studies that exaggerate one or more features Caricature
natural forms changed by geometrical reduction Cubism
the illusion of space in a picture plane depth
the order of line, form, color, value, texture, and space in an arrangement design
the order of line, form, color, value, texture, and space in an arrangement free-form
things that look, or are, solid three-dimensional
work of art created to go with a story or other kinds of work in print illustration
a style of painting that represent the effects of sunlight on color impressionism

Years Between the Wars Crossword

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German physicist who founded the Theory of Relativity Albert Einstein
Austrian neurologist who wanted to study people's dreams to understand their mind Sigmund Freud
Poet and playwright who believed the post war era was a "wasteland" TS Eliot
Poet and playwright who developed modern novel and wrote the novel, Ulysses James Joyce
Fiction writer who wrote absurd and surreal writings Franz Kafka
founder of extentialism Jean-Paul Sartre
each person creates meaning through the choices they make and the actions they take existentialism
wanted society to focus on pride, strength, and individual action rather than reason and democracy Nietzsche
to show emotion and representation of objects through bold colors and dark lines expressionism
showing multiple angles and perspectives of a scene simultaneosly Cubism
one of the founders of Cubism Pablo Picasso
images or writing that display dreamlike qualities surrealism
ballet writerr who created Rite of Spring Igor Stavinsky
new type of music developed in the US Jazz

Artastic Word Search

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landscape
medieval times
greek sculpture
Egyptian
prehistoric
museum
interior design
graphics
architecture
photography
matisse
da vinci
Picasso
van gogh
models
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gesture
figure
portrait
still life
mannequin
pastel
charcoal
watercolour
acrylic
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collage
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value
drawing
space
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shape
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Art Review Crossword

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This artist was most famous for cutting off his ear. Van Gogh
How did Pollock die? Car Crash
A quick-drying, water-soluble kind of paint that artists often use instead of oil paint or watercolors Acrylic
The technological invention that changed the direction of painting Camera
Collection of artwork intended to showcase progress and overall style Portfolio
An early 20th -century style and movement in art, especially painting, in which perspective with a single viewpoint was abandoned and was made of simple geometric shapes, interlocking planes Cubism
A malleable mixture of paper and glue, or paper, flour, and water that becomes hard when dry Papier Mache
How many primary colors are there? Three
What country is Piet Mondrian from? Netherlands
Geometric shapes are often found in... Math
Type of oil based colored pencil Prisma
A critical evaluation or analysis Critique
A Latin American holiday celebrating the dead Dia De Los Muertos
A piece of art made by sticking various different materials such as photographs and pieces of paper or fabric onto a backing Collage
The recurrence of a particular line, pattern, shape or other visual element in a work of art Repetition
How many secondary colors are there? Six
Opposite colors on the color wheel Complementary
Shepard Fairey created this famous logi OBEY
The way in which something is arranged or set out Format
A piece of paper rolled up tightly to blend pencil Tortillion
Andy Warhol's famous studio was called the... Factory
Category of art that refers to views of nature, seascape, and ciryscapes Landscape
A thin sheet of cardborad, plastic, or metal with a pattern or letters cut out of it, used to produce the cut design on the surface below by the application of ink or paint through the holes Stencil
Point/line where the sky and ground appear to meet Horizon Line
Popular English graffiti artist Banksy
8th grade art teacher at Lanier Middle School Grayum
Artistic process to ensure proportion Grid
Artistic process to ensure proportion Grid
An enclosed space Shape
Art that does not attempt to represent external reality Abstract
Artist that created the POP ART movement Andy Warhol
Artist know for working with rectangular shapes and primary colors Piet Mondrian
Similiar on both sides Symmetry
A paint of which the liquid is a water dispersion of the binding material Watercolor
Small bone in the middle of the nose Septum
Point at which receding lines appear to converge Vanishing Point
VanGogh died from this type of wound Gunshot
A long narrow mark on a surface Line
Organic shaped are found in... Nature
The arrangment of opposite elements (light vs. dark colors) in a piece so as to create visual interest, excitement and drama Contrast
Aside from white, this is the weakest of paint colors Yellow
The three "main" colors Primary
Famous Spanish artist who is credited with creating "cubism" Picasso
Abstract artist who was credited with "drip" paintings Pollock
Where was Jackson Pollock from? Wyoming
Picasso was born in this country Spain

Art Class Word Search

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color wheel
sculpture
canvas
paper
marker
pencil
collage
scissors
glue
elements of art
cool color
warm color
secondary
primary
color
space
value
shape
texture
form
line
paint
artist
art

Elements and Principles of Art Crossword

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An idea about a subject made into artwork for an audience. ART
The basic building blocks/tools to make art. ELEMENTS
The path of a moving point. LINE
This class! VISUAL LITERACY
Artist that made art using lines to speak out against AIDS and drugs in the 1980s. KEITH HARING
Two dimensional enclosed area SHAPE
A wavelength of light. COLOR
Greens, Blues, Purples are considered these kind of colors. COOL COLORS
Yellow, Red, Orange are considered these kinds of colors. WARM COLORS
Colors that are directly across from one another on the color wheel. Complementary colors
Three dimensional geometric figure. Form
What we do with the elements of design. principles of art
Relation of the parts within an artwork, size and scale. Proportion
Using different instances of an art element to create a desired effect. variety
Equalizing the visual weight. BALANCE
Repeating an object or art element. Rhythm
Distances around, between and within an artwork. space
the way your eyes travel over an artwork, repeated elements. movement
Arrangement of elements of art and design. composition
What an artwork is made of. Media
What an artwork is of, actual subject. Subject matter
Overall sense artwork achieves if elements and principles are working together. unity
Art in most basic sense is a form of what? Communication
What provoked the artist into the act of creating art. SUBJECT
Process of forming thoughts about the subject into an artwork. ideation
Your current teacher for Vis Lit's name! Mrs. osborne
Famous artist that used many shapes to make up people's faces. PABLO PICASSO

famous artists Word Search

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escher
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matisse
michelangelo
monet
munch
okeeffe
picasso
pollock
raphael
rembrandt
renoir
rodin
vangogh
vermeer
warhol

Pablo Picasso Word Search

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Art
Artist
Ceramicist
Extraordinary
Painter
Playwright
Poet
Printmaker
Revolutionary
Sculptor
Spanish
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Talented

One Point Perspective Crossword

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Lines that go in the same direction parallel lines
these lines refer to the lines drawn connecting the parts of your object to the vanishing point Visual rays
The flat surface you work on picture plane
a meeting point on your picture where all the points come together on the horizon Vanishing point
Both sides of the object are at an angle against the picture plane two point perspective
A drawing technique creating the illusion of 3 dimensions on a 2-dimensional surface linear perspective
side lines on your picture plane converge to one vanishing point, one side of the object is parallel to the picture plane One point perspective
Is located at the observers eye level, usually coincides with the horizon line eye level
lines that are arranged up and down vertical lines
Lines that run across, a line that divides the sky from the land horizontal lines
a Master artist who painted the last supper and used one point perspective Leonardo Da Vinci
A method for drawing 3-dimentional objects with linear perspective orthogonal lines
a tool to draw straight lines with rule