Type
Crossword
Description

Another name for optical art retinal art
A scientific study of the human mind and its functions Psychology
An English painter known for her op art paintings Bridget Riley
A Hungarian-French Op who considered to be the creator of the earliest examples of Op art Victor Vasarely
The private workshop or studio of a professional artist Atelier
Art that incorporates real or apparent movement. Kinetic Art
a layer at the back of the eyeball containing cells that are sensitive to light and that trigger nerve impulses Retina
A German born artist and educator who studied abstract art. Josef Albers
way of regarding, understanding, or interpreting something Perception
Artists use shapes, colors and patterns in special ways to create images that look as if they are moving or blurring Optical Art

Op Art Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

1 Style of painting or structure with an illusion of movement OP ART
Created The Responsive Eye William C Seitz
What Victor Vasarely painting was made entirely of curvilinear black and white lines ? Zebras
Who created the Woolmark Logo? Franco Grignani
Where did the Responsive Eye Exhibition take place? New York
Who was known as ‘The Father of Op Art’? Victor Vasarely
When did op art begin? 1960s
Op art gives the illusion of what? Movement
Op art tries to confuse the …… what? Eye
What effect does some op art have upon the viewer? Nausea
Who was op arts leading lady? Bridget Riley
What is op art also known as? Retinal Art
What shapes are used to create feelings of movement and vibration? Geometric
What art form is op art a form of? Abstract Art
What is the term Op short for? Optic
What is Op art said to trick? Mind
What 2 colours were the first op art paintings? black and white
Sculptors Eric Olsen and Francisco Sobrino used layers of different coloured what to create a similar illusion? Perspex
Where was Bridget Riley born? Norwood
Op art uses repetition and colours to create what effect? vibrating

Module 18 Vision: Sensory and Perceptual Processing Worksheet

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Matching Worksheet
Description

the distance from the peak of one light or sound wave to the peak of the next wavelength
the dimension of color that is determined by the wavelength of light hue
the amount of energy in a light wave, which influences what we perceive as brightness intensity
the adjustable opening in the center of the eye through which light enters pupil
a ring of muscle tissue that forms the colored portion of the eye around the pupil and controls the size of the pupil opening; it dilates or constricts in response to light intensity iris
the transparent structure behind the pupil that changes shape to help focus images on the retina lens
a multilayered, light-sensitive tissue on the eyeball’s inner surface; contains the receptor rods and cones plus layers of neurons that begin the processing of visual information retina
the central focal point in the retina fovea
the process by which the eye’s lens change its curvature and thickness to focus near or far objects on the retina accommodation
retinal receptors that detect black, white and gray, and are sensitive to movement; necessary for peripheral and twilight vision when cones don't respond rods
retinal receptors that are concentrated near the center of the retina and that function in daylight or in well-lit conditions; detect fine details and give rise to color sensations cones
the nerve that carries neural impulses from the eye to the brain optic nerve
the point at which the optic nerve leaves the eye, creating a “blind” spot because no receptor cells are located there blind spot
nerve cells in the brain’s visual cortex that respond to specific features of the stimulus, such as shape, angle, or movement feature detectors
processing of many aspects of a problem simultaneously; the brain’s natural mode of information processing for many functions, including vision parallel processing
the theory that opposing retinal processes (red-green, blue-yellow, white-black) enable color vision. For example, some cells are stimulated by green and inhibited by red; others are stimulated by red and inhibited by green opponent-process theory
the theory that the retina contains three different types of color receptors which, when stimulate in combination, can produce the perception of any y-h trichromatic theory

Famous Artists Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

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

Adobe Photoshop Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A selection method that allows you to paint an area of an image, and the tool automatically finds the edges. Quick Selection Tool
Are like stacked, transparent sheets of glass on which you can create images. You can work on each independently. Layer
A tool to organize layers into a logical order and reduce clutter in the Layers panel. Layer Group
Actions that enhance or modify an image with special effects (Blur, sharpen, artistic, distort, noise, stylize, texture, etc) Filters
Causes the image to appear melted by pushing, pulling, rotating, reflecting, puckering or bloating pixels in the image Liquify filter
A series of options for adjusting the way colors appear when one layer overlays another layer. Blending
A command that softens or blurs edges by building a transition boundary between a selection and its surrounding pixels. Feathering
A partly visible message that marks the image as belonging to you. Watermark
This tool makes freehand selections. Lasso tool
A command that copies the selected area on the active layer. Copy
A tool that's selection expands outward from where it is clicked to automatically find and follow defined edges in the image. Quick Selection tool
An filter effect that applies a range of colors based on the lightest and darkest areas of an image. Gradient map
The tool used to scale, rotate, skew, distort, apply perspective, or warp an image or layer Transform
A layer's degree of transparency; you set this through the Layer Style dialogue box. Opacity
The arrangement of layers top to bottom in the layers panel. Stacking order
Correcting imperfections or photo damage. Image retouching
Is a basic painting tool. It works like a traditional drawing tool by applying the color using strokes. Brush tool
Show/hide layers. Eyeball
To choose an object so that you can manipulate it in some way. Select
Samples color from any area on the image. Eyedropper tool
Clears up minor blemishes on an image. Spot healing brush

Renaissance Art Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Means rebirth renaissance
Wealthy person who supported artists patron
The study of the structure of humans anatomy
Technique to show space and distance between objects in a painting perspective
the point in a painting from where all lines of perspective come vanishing point
a method of painting directly onto wet plaster fresco
the study of how and why people exist in the world philosophy
the study of plants botany
a painting technique that blurs lines to create a 'smoky' effect sfumato
to cut open a corpse in order to examine it dissected
a rounded roof built on a circular base (on top of a basilica) dome

Optics Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A type of optical telescope that uses a lens as its objective to form an image. refracting
Is an optical telescope which uses curved mirrors that reflect light and form an image. reflecting
The _____lens in a telescope focuses the light to a point in front of the eyepiece. objective
Another word for nearsightedness myopia
Images are formed behind the retina, not on it, and this causes close-up images to be blurry. hyperopia
The most common cause of blindness cataracts
The pupil gets____in bright light. smaller
The aqueous humour is the ____fluid, that fills the front part of the eyeball. clear
The ___ spot is where the optic nerve leaves the retina. blind
The coloured part of the eye. iris
The _____body is a circular muscle that enables the lens to change shape for focusing. ciliary
The _____is a layer of blood vessels that nourishes the eye. choroid
With refraction of light no image is formed when the object is at the_____point. focal
A lens that makes light rays come together is called a _____lens. convex
These lenses make light spread apart. concave
A _____and dark-coloured surface will absorb light the most. rough
Concave mirrors are also called _________mirrors converging
Your image will be upright, but much smaller than what you normally see in this kind of mirror. plane
The ability to let light rays in. transparent
Light can partially get through.. translucent
Allows no light to get through. Opaque
,Light can travel in a straight line just like _____. waves
When the sunlight passes from the air through rain droplets before reaching your eyes, what is this called? dispersion
Different _______of light have different wavelengths. colours
Where does the energy of the electromagnetic spectrum come from? sun
,As the wavelength gets shorter, both the frequency and energy _______. increase
Which rays are the highest forms of electromagnetic radiation? gamma
Waves where the particles of the medium vibrate with an up and down motion. transverse
What is the branch of science called that deals with the study of waves that travel through the Earth? seismology
What kind of wave can you see on the water on a windy day? surface

Mirrors and Lenses Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

We use this to see our reflection. mirrors
Light from us bounces off of a mirror to show us how we look reflection
Our eyes go through this process to give us sight refraction
if we look at a table and cannot see through it, the table is _____. opaque
This object uses different lenses to magnify and enhance the apperance of an object we are observing. microscope
This either refracts, reflects, or absorbs light to change the way we view objects. lense
Most windows are ______, because we can see through them and they absorb a little light. Transparent
tranfers impulse to the brain for sight Optic Nerves
Where a wave moves apart Rarefaction
A sensitive membrane at the back of the inside of an eye retina
An outward-curved lens convex
______ makes things visible light
An inward-curved lens concave
A ______ regulates the amount of light entering the eye pupil
The ______ focuses light waves on the retina focal point
The ______ refract light entering the eye and sends it to the back of the eye cornea
The act of seeing sight
This device uses highly concentrated light laser
transmission of some light but can cause it to disort translucent
Able to be seen visible
An optical tool that uses refraction to seperate different wavelengths that make up white light prism

The Eye Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The space in the eye that is behind the cornea and in front of the iris Anterior Chamber
an arched cover either the anterior or the posterior chamber of the eye Aqueous Humor
the pigmented vascular layer of the eyeball between the retina and the sclera Choroid
is located in the eye and surrounds the lens Ciliary Muscle
one of the cone-shaped cells in the retina of the eye, sensitive to color and intensity of light Cones
the transparent layer forming the front of the eye Cornea
A small depression near the center of the retina, constituting the area of most acute vision Fovea Centralis
A small depression near the center of the retina, constituting the area of most acute vision Fovea Centralis
a flat, colored, ring-shaped membrane behind the cornea of the eye, with an adjustable circular opening (pupil) in the center Iris
a piece of glass or other transparent substance with curved sides for concentrating or dispersing light rays, used singly (as in a magnifying glass) or with other lenses (as in a telescope) lens
A minute yellowish area containing the fovea centralis located near the center of the retina of the eye at which visual perception is most acute Macula Lutea
The circular area in the back of the inside of the eye where the optic nerve connects to the retina Optic Disc
: a narrow space in the eye that is behind the peripheral part of the iris and in front of the suspensory ligament of the lens and the ciliary body and is filled with aqueous humor posterior chamber
: a narrow space in the eye that is behind the peripheral part of the iris and in front of the suspensory ligament of the lens and the ciliary body and is filled with aqueous humor posterior chamber
each of the second pair of cranial nerves, transmitting impulses to the brain from the retina at the back of the eye optic nerve
the contractile aperture in the iris of the eye pupil
the contractile aperture in the iris of the eye pupil
a layer at the back of the eyeball containing cells that are sensitive to light and that trigger nerve impulses that pass via the optic nerve to the brain, where a visual image is formed. retina
A type of specialized light-sensitive cell (photoreceptor) in the retina of the eye that provides side vision and the ability to see objects in dim light rods
the white outer layer of the eyeball. At the front of the eye it is continuous with the cornea sclera
a ligament or fibrous membrane suspending an organ or part; especially : a ringlike fibrous membrane connecting the ciliary body and the lens of the eye and holding the lens in place suspensory ligament
is a transparent, colorless, gelatinous mass that fills the space in the eye between the lens and the retina vitreous humor
in humans is a congenital disorder characterized by the complete or partial absence of pigment in the skin, hair and eyes. albinism
A disorder of the vision, usually due to a misshapen cornea, such that light does not focus correctly on the retina causing a blurred image astigmatism

Elements and Principles of Art Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

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

Renaissance Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

an intellectual movement of the Renaissance based on the study of the humanities, which included grammar, rhetoric, poetry, moral philosophy, and history HUMANISM
often called the father of Italian Renaissance humanism. Francesco Petrarch
the language of everyday speech in a particular region vernacular
Dante wrote his masterpiece, the _________, in the dialect of his native Florence. Divine Comedy
pioneered by the German printer Johannes Gutenberg movable type
a painting done on fresh, wet plaster with water-based paints fresco
Using this law, Masaccio could create the illusion of three dimensions, leading to a new, realistic style laws of perspective
was the model "Renaissance man." He was an artist, scientist, inventor, and visionary. Leonardo da Vinci
drew the "School of Athens" (Write his first name) Raphael
this was the core of humanist schools. Humanists believed this enabled humanists to reach their goal liberal studies
This is the final stage of the Renaissance. this period is associated with da Vinci, Raphael Sanzio, Michelangelo High Renaissance
The cultural rebirth that occurred in Europe from roughly the fourteenth through the middle of the seventeenth centuries, based on the rediscovery of the literature of Greece and Rome. Renaissance
technique that allows an artist to show objects as they appear at various distances from the viewer Perspective
Title for ruler of Venice (leader) doge
Most important writer of the Spanish Renaissance (last name) cervantes
the habit or principle of being independent and self-reliant. Individualism
Country where Renaissance started italy
soldiers who fought primarily for money mercenary
This family took control of Florence Medici
Dominated society and held important political posts and served as advisers to the king. nobility
the shopkeepers, artisans, guild masters, and guild members. Burghers
Who was the most important member of the Italian family during the Renaissance Father
Wrote "The Prince", and believed human beings were motivated by self-interest Machiavelli
Someone who supports or champions something patron
Florentine sculptor and painter and architect michelangelo