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Elements of design Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

L_ _e Line
A 3D circle Sphere
Pink is a Colour
What two colours make green Yellow and blue
A 3D rectangle Rectangular prism
📦 Cube
A 3D triangle Pyramid
Cross hatching is a a form of Tone
Artists use all kinds of Shapes
What is created by light? Tone
Artists use ___ in there drawings Lines
Pa_ _ e_n Pattern
Triangles, squares and rectangles are Geometric
Leaves,flowers, and clouds are Organic
A 2D shape is Flat
Shapes are found where? Buildings
What is tone Shading
What is another word for shape Form
What is the surface quality of an object Texture

POP ART Word Search

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pattern
shape
line
Art movement
Wham
Kapow
onomatopoeia
Fast Food
Prints
Silk Screen
Campbells Soup
Marilyn Monroe
Floor Burger
American
Artists
Sculptures
Food
Comic Books
Colour
Roy Lichtenstein
Claes Oldenburg
Andy Warhol
Culture
Popular

creativity Word Search

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acting
artist
artstudio
author
blocks
colors
colouring
cooking
decorating
energy
games
gardening
hues
imagination
jewelry
journal
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learning
nature
painting
pastels
playing
poetry
portraits
puzzlemaking
rainbow
scenery
shading
showing
teaching
watercolours
woodworking
writers

Visual Arts Terminology Word Search

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imagination
creative
artist
design
balance
brush
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painting
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negative space
lines
contrast
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shading
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repetition
composition
Elements
Forms
Patterns
shapes
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Women's History Month Crossword

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Crossword
Description

This woman, born in Alexandria, Egypt circa 350, was an astronomer, philosopher, and the first woman to make a substantial contribution to the development of mathematics. Hypatia
This mathematician submitted mathematical papers under a male name, but was later able to reveal her identity and became the first woman to win a prize from the French Academy of Sciences. Sophie Germain
This English woman is now acknowledged as the world's first computer program. Ada Lovelace
This mathematician is quoted as saying "it is impossible to be a mathematician without being a poet in soul" Sofia Kovalevskaya
Albert Einstein called this woman "the most significant creative mathematical genius thus far produced since the higher education of women began." Emmy Noether
This chemist and physicist discovered several new elements and radioactivity. Marie Curie
This activist founded her own newspaper and was the first woman to publicly wear pants in Puerto Rico. Luisa Capetillo
This politician was the first African-American woman elected to the US House of Representatives, and made an unprecedented bid for the presidency in 1972. Shirley Chisholm
This artist drew on her own life's tragedies and the tradition of Mexican folk art in her paintings, which still captivate viewers today. Frida Kahlo
This author became the first African-American woman to win the Nobel Prize in literature. Toni Morrison
This nuclear physicist, who joined the Manhattan Project, designed an experiment that disproved the law of parity (that like nuclear particles always act alike) Chien-Shiung Wu

The Italian Renaissance Crossword

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Crossword
Description

He wrote Don Quixote Cervantes
Inventor of printing press Gutenberg
Term means rebirth renaissance
English playwright Shakespeare
Where the Renaissance began Italy
Someone who supports artists patron
Italian trader who visited China MarcoPolo
Machine that uses moveable type printing press
Philosophy focus on human potential humanism
Technique that appears 3-D on a flat surface persepective
Italian poet who introduced Greeks and Romans Petrarch
Trade route from Asia to Europe Silk Road
study of the Greeks and Romans classical learning
City where the Renaissance started Florence
A painter and sculpture Michelangelo
Artist, sculpture, inventor and engineer daVinci
Built domes on large buildings Botticelli

Blood Spatter Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What types of patterns are made from the force of gravity? passive
the location in three dimensional spaces from which blood that produced a blood stain originated point of origin
The transfer of blood from a moving source onto an unstained surface. Swipe
An absence of strains in an otherwise continuous bloodstain pattern void
blood directed back toward the source of the force that caused the spatter back spatter
blood directed back toward the source of the force that caused the spatter cast off
blood directed back toward the source of the force that caused the spatter angle of impact
an impact spatter pattern created by a force traveling at 100 feet per second or faster and producing drops with diameters less than 1 millimeter high velocity
an impact spatter pattern created by a force traveling at 100 feet per second or faster and producing drops with diameters less than 1 millimeter medium velocity
an impact spatter pattern created by a force traveling at 100 feet per second or faster and producing drops with diameters less than 1 millimeter low velocity
patterns that occur when the force is applied to the source of the blood projected
a bloodstain pattern produced when an object makes forceful contact with a source of blood, projecting drops of blood outward from the source impact
Evidence that liquid blood has come into contact with a surface bloodstain
The pointed or elongated stains which radiate away from the central area of a bloodstain. spine
The common point (area), on a two dimensional surface, over which the directionality of several blood drops can be retraced. point of convergence

Interior Design-Key Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

there are ____ elements of design. four
_____ is the type of line that is taller than it is wide. verticle
The way the surface of an object feels is ______. texture
_____ is the type of line that is wider than it is tall. horizontal
the four elements of design are : line, texture, colour and ______. shape
cool colours make people feel _____. calm
rough surfaces make colours seem ______. darker
_____ flow is an omportant thing to consider when arranging furniture. traffic
_____ balance is achieved when furnishings are arranged equal distances from a centre point. formal
______ balance occurs when items are purposely arranged so one side seems to have more weight. informal
bunk beds are a great way to increase _______. floorspace
the 3 types of light designers work with are daylight, architectural light and ______ light. portable
What 2 things give an neutral colour scheme interest? answer 1 pattern
what 2 things give a neutral colour scheme interest? answer 2 texture
to be well lit, most rooms require ambient light, task light, and ______ light. accent
a space less than 12ft where people can comfortably talk to eachother is called a _______ area. conversation
if you wish to create a room with a happy, energetic vibe for a party, what colours should you use? warm
arranging parts to make your own creation is the task of _______. designing

Characteristics of an entrepreneur Word Search

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skilled
believe
dedicated
hardworking
unstoppable
patient
focused
risk
passionate
independent
driven
persistent
creative
motivated
entrepreneur

Chuck Close Artist Word Search

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dashes
dots
Andy Warhol
Pop Art
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square
tone
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technique
paraplegic
paintbrushes
canvas
large scale
pattern
colour
Pointillism
grid
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pixels
American
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