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Abstract Art
Textiles
iron
Bronze
Wood
Animal Art
HumanArt
Personal Decoration
Painting
Masks
RockArt
Pottery
3DArt
AfricanArt
Sculptures

Art Terms Word Search

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tempera
watercolor
collage
drawing
sewing
sculpture
painting
abstract
tertiary
secondary
primary
space
value
form
line
texture
shape
color

Visual Arts Word Search

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Pottery Wheel
Sculpture
Rib
Needle tool
Acrylic
Bisque Firing
Glaze
Kiln
Ceramics
Self-Portrait
Primary Color
Proportion
Relief Print
Pop Art
Pattern
Photomontage
Opaque
Medium
Mixed Media
Perspective
Monochromatic
Tertiary
Lithograph
Installation
Graphic Design
Emphasis
Foreground
Impressionist
Decorative
Complementary

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
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Illustrate
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Graffiti
Glaze
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Frame
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Erase
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Drawing
Design
Decorate
Creativity
Create
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Composition
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Ceramics
Cartoon
Calliraphy
Brush
Brightness
Bridge
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Artwork
Artist
Art Gallery
Animation
Airbrush
Acrylic Paint
Abstract

Famous Artists Crossword

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The artist who currently has two paintings on the HIghest Priced Paintings Ever Sold list. Pablo Picasso
An Athenian sculptor who worked exclusively in bronze. Myron
An English map-maker turned watercolor landscape painter and was one of the founding members of the Royal Academy in 1768. Paul Sandby
The painter of Water Lilies. Claude Monet
A female African-American contemporary artist who uses black and white installation art. Kara Walker
A female abstract artist who was influenced by her husband's art as well. Lee Krasner
A female French impressionist artist who painted Iris in a Vase. Marie Bracquemond
One of the best known female contemporary artists, who was known for her self-portraits. Frida Kahlo
A female American folk artist who obtained her nickname because of the old age she was discovered. Grandma Moses
American Gothic painter. Grant Wood
A Dutch post-impressionist artist who was inspired by peasant life. Vincent van Gogh
An Irish painter who depicted his artistic rival. Francis Bacon
An abstract American painter who was married to one of the painters on this list. Jackson Pollock
A French post-impressionist artist who lived with Vincent van Gogh. Paul Gauguin

ART Word Search

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sculpture
portraits
mosaic
medium
painting
printmaking
complimentary
tertiary
secondary
primary
modern
traditional
abstract
idealism
realism
impressionism
expressionism
texture
contrast
repetition
movement
rhythm
emphasis
balance
value
color
form
shape
line
space

Stone Age Word Search

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axe
bone
bronze
cave
cave painting
caveman
farmer
food
hunter
jewellery
Orkney
pottery
prehistoric
settlement
Skara Brae
spear
Stone Age
timeline
tools
weapon

African Civilization Cross Word

Type
Crossword
Description

African Story Tellers griots
Large Groups of Camels Used To Transport Goods Caravans
Most common material in African Art Wood
City of _________ the trading center of the Mali Empire. Timbuktu
Major port city of North Africa Tunis
An animal that survives long periods without water in different and withstand different temperatures. Camels
Main subject in most ancient African Art people
Form of African art that was used with dancing and other ceremonies Masks
Short sayings of wisdom and truth proverbs
Brightly colored cloth hand woven in West Africa kente
Used to make weapons and farm tools for clearing the land. Iron
In West African there were many forms of ____ such as music, sculpture making, mask-making, and dance. art
Was used to preserve food, and people used it in their diets. salt
Many West African people believed that their ancestors _______ stayed nearby spirits
Spoken Record Of The Past Oral History
a dense, wet area, with a lot of trees and plants, lies near the equator. Rain forest
The belief that animals trees and bodies of water and other natural objects have spirits. animism
Exchanging goods by not having contact with one another directly. Silent Barter
What form of African art was used to make everyday essentials like bowls and cooking pots? pottery
Egyptians built these monolithic structures Pyramids

Art Word Search

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tone
stippling
primary
pop art
mural
image
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erase
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chalk
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visual
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graphic
graffiti
digital
animation
abstract
realism
neoexpressionism
history
art auction
medium
ink
sketch
color pencil
pastels
oil
pencil
textiles
canvas
acrylic
sculpture
clay
watercolor
brush
karawalker
jacoblawrence
debracarwright
erniebarnes
basquiat

3D Art Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What pottery is made out of clay
What you paint pottery with glaze
What pottery is fired in kiln
Technique where you roll clay out flat slab
Technique where you roll your clay into snakes coil
What you put under your clay so it doesn't stick to the table canvas
What your houses were made out of popsiclesticks
An adhesive that needs heat to work hotglue
An adhesive that takes time to dry (used for houses) tackyglue
The project you are working on uses _____ materials recycled
Your art should make a _____ statement

Keith Haring Graffiti Artist Word Search

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Subway
Personal Vocabulary
Animal
Signature
Scale
Fluidity of Line
Spray Paint
Drawing
Graffiti Scene
Fine Arts Department
Jean-Michael Basquiat
Kenny Scharf
Greenwich Village
School of Visual Arts
New York City
Andy Warhol
Marilyn Monroe
Hirshorn Museum
Washington, DC
Shapes
Abstract Drawings
Charlie Brown
Charles Schultz
Dr. Seuss
Walt Disney
Cartoon Characters
Drawing
Kermit Oswald
Graffiti Artist
Keith Haring