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Art terms, artist, etc. Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who painted "American Gothic"? Grant Wood
What painter cut off his own ear and sent it to his girlfriend? Vincent VanGogh
Use of symbols to represent the invisible, intangible, or abstract Symbolism
Subject of an artwork- what the works is about Subject matter
A contemporary term; not staying within the confines of a single medium (adding objects into sculptures) Multimedia
Sculpture that is raised from the the background from which it is carved, always attached to the background Relief Sculpture
The rendering of images and objects in a stylized or simplified way; the formal or expressive aspects are emphasized Abstract
A darker value of a hue, created by adding black or a darker complementary color to the original hue. Shade
The actual surface quality of an artwork Real texture
Dark and light values placed close together are called. Value contrast
A graphic organizer or picture of all the colors in a special order. Color Wheel
A principle of design in which the repetition of elements or combination of elements forms a recognizable organization Pattern
A composition that is based on a circle, with a design radiating from central point has this type of balance. Radial
What painting by Edward Hopper portrays people eating at a dinner late at night. Night Hawks
What type of paintings is Diego Rivera best known? Hint: they are on walls Murals
What country did DaVinci and all the other TMNT's namesake painters from? Italy
The makeup of the artwork Composition
Opposite of horizontal Vertical
Includes orange, green, and violet Secondary
The same thing over and over Repetition
Between horizontal and vertical Diagonal
Image used to represent something Symbol
A form of balance where two sides of a composition are not the same but are still balanced Asymmetrical
The six colors that have two word names and are created by mixing a primary and a secondary color on the color wheel Tertiary

ART VOCABULARY Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Hue color
Contour line
Two dimensional enclosed space shape
Three dimensional closed space form
Lightness or darkness of a single color value
The characteristics of a surface texture
positive and negative space
symmetry, asymmetry and radial balance
opposites next to each other contrast
An area of special importance emphasis
An arrangement of lines, shapes and/or color pattern
The same arrangement over and over again repetition
A repetition that creates visual movement rhythm
elements and principles of art joined together in agreement unity
The pleasant combination of visual elements and principles harmony
Type of balance that is equal on each side and formal symmetry
Type of balance that is unequal and informal, but still pleasing to the eye asymmetry
A type of balance that begins at a central point and emanates out in all directions radial
The size of something compared to other things scale
The size and shape of something balanced as they are in reality proportion
Colors opposite from each other on the color wheel complementary
A group of colors with a single color in common analogous
Red, yellow and orange warm
Blue, green and purple cool
Result of mixing all the primary colors together neutral
Group of colors that contains a color and the two colors on each side of it's opposite (two words) split complement
The process of creating a book by hand binding
To keep objects in proportion, artists may use this grid
red, yellow, blue primary
orange, green, purple secondary
Third level on the color wheel tertiary
Another word for the third level of colors on the color wheel intermediate

Elements & Principles of Design Crossword

Type
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Description

This can be geometric, like squares; or organic, like free formed and natural shapes, like mountains. Shape
This is the surface quality of an object texture
What are the two dimensions of color? Value Intensity
These can be horizontal, vertical or diagonal. Lines
This is the light that is reflected off of objects. color
Color, texture, line, shape. elements of design
This refers to the size and shape of furnishings in relation to the overall shape and size of a room. proportion
This is carrying a decorating theme throughout the room or house giving it a pleasing arrangement. Harmony
This refers to making an furnishing appear more important than the others. emphasis
This is the placement of furnishings in a way that gives equal weight to both sides of a central point. balance
This refers to a repeated pattern of color, line, texture, or shape. Rhythm
These are guidelines to combine the elements of design. Principles of design
This is the path the viewer's eye takes through the design, often moving toward a focal point. Movement

Colour Theory Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Red and Blue make Violet
The name of a colour Hue
A painting using tints of colour HighKeyPainting
A painting using mostly shades LowKey
It has 12 colours on it colourwheel
Add white to a colour Tint
Add Black to a colour shade
An element of art that is derived from reflected light Colour
Colours that are opposite each other on the colour wheel Complementary
Tints and Shade of one colour Monochromatic
Colours that sit next to each other on the colour wheel and share a common hue Analogous
3 colours spaced an equal distance apart on the colour wheel Colour Triad
Colours associated with sunshine Warm
Colours associated with ice or water Cool
Path of a moving point line
A closed line shape
Can be organic or geometric shape
The way an object feels or looks like it may feel Texture
Defines the edge and surface ridges of an object Contour
The area around an object space
Objects having 3 dimensions Form
The brightness or dullness of a hue Intensity
A surface that reflects soft, dull light Matte
A drawing method to create value using pressure Shading
A drawing method to create value using dots pointillism

Taxonomy and Classification Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The broadest category of life. Domain
The most specific category of life. Species
The kingdom we belong in. Animal
The organisms in this kingdom make their own food. (autotrophs) Plants
The domain containing organisms that DO have a nucleus. Eukarya
The kingdom containing mushrooms. Fungi
The kingdom that includes amoeba and paramecium. Protist
Members of this kingdom belong to the domain "bacteria". Eubacteria
Bacteria are this type of cell. Prokaryotes
This is the category below family. genus
This is the category below kingdom. Phylum
The category below phylum. Class
Genus and species are the two terms in the _______________ name. Scientific
Homo sapien is the scientific name for__________ Humans

Floral Design Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Cutting flower stems properly and providing proper treatment at any stage of the distribution process PROCESSING
adding white to a color lightens it TINT
The process of plants losing water through stomata in their leaves TRANSPIRATION
The storage or shipment of flowers out of water DRY PACK
A combination of both natural and man made materials in an unnatural manner to create new images INTERPRETIVEDESIGN
A citric acid solution that causes flowers to take up water rapidly to prevent hydration after flowers being dry packed HYDRATINGSOLUTION
Supplies, methods and materials that designers use to place and hold flowers and foliage in an arrangement MECHANICS
Floral material that has an "airy" look to create the finishing touch FILLER
Length of useful life of cut floral materials after being received by the customer VASELIFE
Sells floral goods and services to the consumer RETAILFLORIST
Firmly wrapping or tying similar materials together to form a larger, individual unit BUNDLING
A design technique in which branches of flowers are used around the perimeter of a floral arrangement to direct attention to the materials in the center of the arrangement FRAMING
The geometric shape or line design that forms the outline of the flower arrangement FORM
The brightness or darkness of a hue INTENSITY
The purpose is to hide the mechanics in a flower arrangement FOLIAGE
Describes the lightness or darkness of a hue VALUE
The process in which cut flowers and foliage have been tested to extend their freshness CONDITIONING
The relationship between the completed arrangement and its location SCALE
The impression of the design being stable and self-supported BALANCE
The relationship between the flowers,foliage and container PROPORTION

Elements and Principles Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A mark made by a point moving across a surface. Can be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal; straight or curved; thick or thin. Line
A two-dimensional area that has length and width. Can be geometric or organic Shape
A three-dimensional area that has length, width, and depth. Can be geometric or organic. Form
The lightness or darkness of a color. You can have a tint (when you make a color lighter) or a shade (when you make a color darker. Value
The surface quality that can be seen or felt. Can be actual (the way a surface feels when you touch it) or implied (the way a surface looks like it would feel). Texture
The area in and around objects. You can have positive (the object or subject in an artwork) and negative (the area around the object.) Space
Is light reflected off of objects. Has three main characteristics: hue, value, and intensity. Color
The way an artwork is arranged so that no one part overpowers, or seems heavier, than any other part. Balance
The arrangement of opposing elements in an artwork to create visual interest. Contrast
To give the feeling of motion, or to guide the viewer’s eyes throughout the artwork. Movement
Importance given to certain objects or areas in an artwork (what stands out the most). Emphasis
Repeated elements in an artwork. Pattern
The quality of seeming whole and complete (all the parts go together and look right). Unity
The relationship between the sizes of objects when compared to each other. Proportion

words related with art Word Search

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Portrait
Photograph
Paper
Paint Roller
Painting
Painter
Paintbrush
Paint
Oil Paint
Mural
Model
Masterpiece
Marble
Lithograph
Liner Brush
Latex Paint
Ink
Image
Illustrate
Graphic Design
Graffiti
Glaze
Gilding
Gallery
Frame
Etching
Erase
Engraving
Drawing
Design
Decorate
Creativity
Create
Crayon
Composition
Pencils
Color
Collage
Chalk
Ceramics
Cartoon
Calliraphy
Brush
Brightness
Bridge
Blending
Artwork
Artist
Art Gallery
Animation
Airbrush
Acrylic Paint
Abstract

Art Terminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

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

Art Class Word Search

Type
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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