Type
Word Search
Description

Starry Night
Monet
Van Gogh
tint
shade
color
repetition
light
movement
Line
texture
shape
Impressionism

Art Terms Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

balance
unity
emphasis
pattern
variety
movement
line
shape
space
texture
form
blending
impressionism
andy warhol
van gogh
self portrait
complimentary
tertiary
Secondary colors
Primary colors
Scale
Proportions

8th Grade Art Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Elements of Art
Principles of Design
Zentangle
Starry Night
Art is the Best
Colonel Middle
Harmony
Unity
Pattern
Repitition
Action Word
Comic
Andy Warhol
Roy Lichteinstein
Pop Art
movement
Art History
Rhythm
Value
Texture
Form
Color
Space
Line
Doodle
Sketch
Portfolio
Paint Brush
Water Color
Paint
Acrylic
Interpretation
Collaboration
O'Keefe
Van Gogh
Emphasis
Proportion
Origami

Elements of Art Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

colors that are next to each other on the color wheel analogous
when a color is mixed with white tint
when a color is mixed with black shade
when a color is mixed with gray tone
what you get when you mix primary and secondary colors tertiary
the lightness or darkness of tones or colors value
this ranges from black to white when working with value value scale
this color scheme comes from a single hue mixed with tones, tints and shades monochromatic
these are the main 3 colors needed to create all other colors primary
these colors are created when you mix primary colors together secondary
this is created when light his an object...it lets us see the _____ of an object color
these colors are opposite one another on the color wheel complementary
this element of art is a point (or dot) moving through space to create a shape line
patterns of repeating lines that fill a space zentangle
two dimensional objects that are drawn (ex: circles, squares, triangles) shape
three dimensional objects that are drawn using lines form
this element of art refers to distances around, to and from or between areas space
this can be positive or negative on your paper when sketching space
The many different ways, or views, that can be used while sketching perspective
you give the illusion of this by adding details to the surface of your artwork texture

ART Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

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

Impressionism/Expressionism Word Search Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Impressionist painters began their careers painting realism
Founder of the Impressionist movement in art Claude Monet
Monet loved to work where outside
a technique of painting in which small, distinct dots of color are applied in patterns to form an image Pointillism
Who painted "A Sunday on La Grande Jatte"? Georges Seurat
A style of painting that expresses feelings and emotions Expressionism
Suffered from serve depression and mental illness Vincent Van Gogh
Van Gogh used Vibrant, radiating colors to "________________" his subjects. Immortalize
Van Gogh painting that is an excellent example of One-Point Perspective Bedroom in Arles
Painted "The Scream" Edvard Munch
Van Gogh left behind over 800 of these drawings
The first artistic revolution since the Renaissance Impressionism
Impressionist painters began their careers painting ______________ realism
Monet never painted definite edges or __________________to any subject contours
Claude Monet was born in _________ France

2D Art Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The main 3 colors needed to create all other colors. PRIMARY
When a color is mixed with black. SHADE
The illusion given by adding value or hue(s) mixed with tones, tints and shades. TEXTURE
Colors used to create contrast; they are found directly across from each other on the color wheel. COMPLEMENTARY
Three dimensional objects drawn using lines to create length, width and height. FORM
A point (or dot) moving through space to create a shape; there are about 20 different ways to use me. LINES
Color scheme created from a single hue mixed with tones, tints and shades. MONOCHROMATIC
Two dimensional objects drawn using lines to create length and height. SHAPE
The distance around, to and from, or between areas. SPACE
The lightness or darkness of tones or colors. VALUE
Consists of three parts: Color Value, Color Wheel and Color Schemes. COLORTHEORY
Equalizing visual components of an artwork; symmetrical, asymmetrical or radial. BALANCE
When one part of an artwork is dominant and stands out more than the rest; creates a "Look At Me!" feeling. EMPHASIS
The path the viewer's eye takes throughout the artwork; usually using lines and shapes. RHYTHM
The illusion of an object in action. MOVEMENT
A collection of different items/objects within the same category. VARIETY
A repetition of shapes, lines, and/or colors in a certain order, over and over. PATTERN
A redundancy of shapes or lines using color schemes in a certain order, over and over. REPETITION
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. CONTRAST
Line, Value, Color, Shape, Form, Texture, Space. ELEMENTS
Balance, Emphasis, Repetition, Pattern, Variety, Unity, Rhythm, Movement. PRINCIPLES
Occurs when all of the elements of an art piece combine to make a balanced, harmonious, complete whole. UNITY

Vincent Van Gogh Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Post-Impressionist
Oil Paint
Sunflowers
Texture
Paris
Portrait
Theo
Brush
Van Gogh
Color
Line
Drawing
Artist
Painting
Vincent

FLORAL DESIGN BASIS Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

accent
balance
chroma
color
contrast
depth
elements
emphasis
filler
form
fragrance
harmony
intensity
line
monochromatic
opposition
pattern
principles
proportion
repetition
rhythm
scale
shade
shape
size
tension
tetrad
texture
tint
tone
transition
unity
valve
variation

Elements & Principles of Design Crossword

Type
Crossword
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

Color Theory/Principles & Elements of Art Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Blue,Yellow,Red Primary Colors
Orange,Green,Violet Secondary Colors
This color mixed with Yellow Makes Orange Red
The color. mixed with Yellow makes Green Blue
Adding White to a color to make a color lighter Tint
Adding Black or a Dark color to make the color darker Shade
Colors that are in between Primary and Secondary Colors Tertiary Colors
Yellow is the complement of Purple
Red is the complement of Green
Colors that are next to each other on the color wheel Analogous Colors
3 colors equally spaced around the color wheel create this Triadic
These colors are across from each other on the color wheel Complementary Colors
Pure intensity of a color Hue
Red,Orange,Yellow are this type of color Warm
Blue,Green,Violet are this type of color Cool
Shading from dark to light without color Value
This element of art adds vibrance to a painting or drawing Color
Used to create the effect of hair, scales, or fur Texture
Element of art where you fill in the page in an interesting way. Space