The particular quality of brightness, deepness, or hue of a tint or shade of a color.
Having or appearing to have length, breadth, and depth.
The use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities
Any of a group of colors from which all other colors can be obtained by mixing.
A decorative design or pattern.
A malleable mixture of paper and glue, or paper, flour, and water, that becomes hard when dry.
Area or part of an artwork's composition that the subject occupies.
A color resulting from the mixing of two primary colors.
A method of painting using opaque pigments ground in water and thickened with a gluelike substance.
The quality of being made up of exactly similar parts facing each other or around an axis.
a strong cloth used for painting
artwork made by pasting pieces of paper to a flat surface
the art of making plans
an arrangement primary colors to create new colors
the placement of 2 opposites side by side
frame used to support a canvas
area in composition where the emphasis is greatest
refers to a common name found on the color wheel
things that look flat
hidden symbolic meaning
hand-made object that represents a culture or period
change of color from one tone to another
character studies that exaggerate one or more features
natural forms changed by geometrical reduction
the illusion of space in a picture plane
the order of line, form, color, value, texture, and space in an arrangement
the order of line, form, color, value, texture, and space in an arrangement
things that look, or are, solid
work of art created to go with a story or other kinds of work in print
a style of painting that represent the effects of sunlight on color
The path of a moving point (or a dot that went for a walk).
An enclosed 2-dimensional area
an enclosed 3-dimensional area
The broad range of a color from light to dark
the surface characteristics of an object
when wavelengths of white light hit a prism and are bent this element is produced
This element organizes the other elements within the composition
thesse colors cannot be made by mixing other colors and are responsible for creating all other pure hues
made by mixing 2 primary colors together
made by mixing 1 primary and 1 secondary color together
angular shapes with straight sides typically used in mathematics
natural, curvy shapes, typically seen in nature
the type of texture you can physically touch
the type of texture you cannot touch but can see visually
lines that go up and down
lines that go side to aide
continuous line that is drawn showing an object's outer edges (no erasing or lifting of the pencil)
Who painted "American Gothic"?
What painter cut off his own ear and sent it to his girlfriend?
Use of symbols to represent the invisible, intangible, or abstract
Subject of an artwork- what the works is about
A contemporary term; not staying within the confines of a single medium (adding objects into sculptures)
Sculpture that is raised from the the background from which it is carved, always attached to the background
The rendering of images and objects in a stylized or simplified way; the formal or expressive aspects are emphasized
A darker value of a hue, created by adding black or a darker complementary color to the original hue.
The actual surface quality of an artwork
Dark and light values placed close together are called.
A graphic organizer or picture of all the colors in a special order.
A principle of design in which the repetition of elements or combination of elements forms a recognizable organization
A composition that is based on a circle, with a design radiating from central point has this type of balance.
What painting by Edward Hopper portrays people eating at a dinner late at night.
What type of paintings is Diego Rivera best known? Hint: they are on walls
What country did DaVinci and all the other TMNT's namesake painters from?
The makeup of the artwork
Opposite of horizontal
Includes orange, green, and violet
The same thing over and over
Between horizontal and vertical
Image used to represent something
A form of balance where two sides of a composition are not the same but are still balanced
The six colors that have two word names and are created by mixing a primary and a secondary color on the color wheel
What the eye sees when light is reflected off an object
Another word for color
The lightness and darkness of a color
The brightness and dullness of a color
How an artworks looks like it would feel
How the surface of an artwork actually feels
He area in or around an object; positive or negative
The part of the artwork that appears closest to the viewer
The part of the artwork that appears furthest away from the viewer
The path of a moving dot; a dot that goes on a walk
Space inside an enclosed line; Two-dimensional
When one part of an artwork is dominant and stands out more than the rest
Two opposites next to each other that cause each other to stand out
The "ingredients" that make up a piece of art
These are created depending on how the elements are arranged by the artist
Equalizing visual components of an artwork; symmetrical or asymmetrical
The size relationships of one object to another in an artwork.
Using lots of different elements in one artwork
When everything in your artwork works together and has a sense of completeness.
A repetition of shapes or colors in a certain order, over and over.
The path the viewer's eye takes throughout the artwork.
a mark made by a point moving across a surface
an area that has height and width
made up shapes = clouds, hearts
caused by differing qualities of light being reflected
shows relationships between colors
3 colors when mixed together makes all other colors
colors made by mixing 2 primary colors together
another name for a color
the lightness and darkness of a color
has height, width and depth
the area around, above, between, inside or below an object
the way something feels or looks like it feels
This color mixed with Yellow Makes Orange
The color. mixed with Yellow makes Green
Adding White to a color to make a color lighter
Adding Black or a Dark color to make the color darker
Colors that are in between Primary and Secondary Colors
Yellow is the complement of
Red is the complement of
Colors that are next to each other on the color wheel
3 colors equally spaced around the color wheel create this
These colors are across from each other on the color wheel
Pure intensity of a color
Red,Orange,Yellow are this type of color
Blue,Green,Violet are this type of color
Shading from dark to light without color
This element of art adds vibrance to a painting or drawing
Used to create the effect of hair, scales, or fur
Element of art where you fill in the page in an interesting way.
colors that are next to each other on the color wheel
when a color is mixed with white
when a color is mixed with black
when a color is mixed with gray
what you get when you mix primary and secondary colors
the lightness or darkness of tones or colors
this ranges from black to white when working with value
this color scheme comes from a single hue mixed with tones, tints and shades
these are the main 3 colors needed to create all other colors
these colors are created when you mix primary colors together
this is created when light his an object...it lets us see the _____ of an object
these colors are opposite one another on the color wheel
this element of art is a point (or dot) moving through space to create a shape
patterns of repeating lines that fill a space
two dimensional objects that are drawn (ex: circles, squares, triangles)
three dimensional objects that are drawn using lines
this element of art refers to distances around, to and from or between areas
this can be positive or negative on your paper when sketching
The many different ways, or views, that can be used while sketching
you give the illusion of this by adding details to the surface of your artwork
Has different styles
Light reflected off an object
Colors that can be created by any combination of other colors
Colors that are made by mixing primary colors
The mixture of a primary and secondary color
Mixture of a color and white
Mixture of a color with black
Mixture of a color with grey or black and white
Include red and orange
Violet and all the colors with blue and green tones
Two-dimensional, flat, or limited to height and width
Circles, triangles or squares
free-form, unpredictable and flowing in appearance
Three-dimensional; length, width, and height
The lightness or darkness of tones or colors
Few tonal values (grays) between black and white
Has many tonal values (grays) between black and white
The way the object feels, looks as if they might feel if touched
The object feels different than the texture it looks like
The object feels like the texture it looks like
Distance or area around, between or within an object
The area occupied by an object
Space not being occupied
A mark made by a point moving across a surface. Can be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal; straight or curved; thick or thin.
A two-dimensional area that has length and width. Can be geometric or organic
A three-dimensional area that has length, width, and depth. Can be geometric or organic.
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.
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).
The area in and around objects. You can have positive (the object or subject in an artwork) and negative (the area around the object.)
Is light reflected off of objects. Has three main characteristics: hue, value, and intensity.
The way an artwork is arranged so that no one part overpowers, or seems heavier, than any other part.
The arrangement of opposing elements in an artwork to create visual interest.
To give the feeling of motion, or to guide the viewer’s eyes throughout the artwork.
Importance given to certain objects or areas in an artwork (what stands out the most).
Repeated elements in an artwork.
The quality of seeming whole and complete (all the parts go together and look right).
The relationship between the sizes of objects when compared to each other.
The main 3 colors needed to create all other colors.
When a color is mixed with black.
The illusion given by adding value or hue(s) mixed with tones, tints and shades.
Colors used to create contrast; they are found directly across from each other on the color wheel.
Three dimensional objects drawn using lines to create length, width and height.
A point (or dot) moving through space to create a shape; there are about 20 different ways to use me.
Color scheme created from a single hue mixed with tones, tints and shades.
Two dimensional objects drawn using lines to create length and height.
The distance around, to and from, or between areas.
The lightness or darkness of tones or colors.
Consists of three parts: Color Value, Color Wheel and Color Schemes.
Equalizing visual components of an artwork; symmetrical, asymmetrical or radial.
When one part of an artwork is dominant and stands out more than the rest; creates a "Look At Me!" feeling.
The path the viewer's eye takes throughout the artwork; usually using lines and shapes.
The illusion of an object in action.
A collection of different items/objects within the same category.
A repetition of shapes, lines, and/or colors in a certain order, over and over.
A redundancy of shapes or lines using color schemes in a certain order, over and over.
The arrangement of opposite elements in a piece so as to create visual interest, excitement, and drama. Examples: Complementary Colors, Textures vs. Solid, Large vs. Small Shapes, etc.
Line, Value, Color, Shape, Form, Texture, Space.
Balance, Emphasis, Repetition, Pattern, Variety, Unity, Rhythm, Movement.
Occurs when all of the elements of an art piece combine to make a balanced, harmonious, complete whole.