3. Art made by people who have had little or no formal schooling in art. Usually make works of art with traditional techniques and content, in styles handed down through many generations, and often of a particular region.
7. To join two pieces of clay together it is best to…
8. materials used to make a work or art.
10. art that depicts a recognizable image of a subject that it is highly recognizable: the opposite of abstraction or non-objective art.
13. The empty space in a work of art, a void.
15. A way of combining elements of art so that the same elements are used over and over again. Thus, a certain color or shape might be used several times in the same picture. Also can contribute to movement and rhythm in a work of art.
16. _________ texture can be felt with the fingers
17. art that has no recognizable things in it except the Elements of Art.
19. balance The parts of an image or object organized so that one side duplicates, or mirrors, the other.
22. the building blocks of art such as line, color, texure, etc… which visual art is made of.
24. The edge of a shape or form or a dotted path
25. _________ matter: the concept and idea a work of art is based on
26. line that describe the edges of an object. No shading.
27. recognizable objects are distorted, fragmented or simplified in the artwork
1. to evaluate an artwork
2. an enclosed space defined and determined by other art elements such as line, color.
3. the point of emphasis in a work of art.
4. A mark with length and direction(-s). An element of art which refers to the continuous mark made on some surface by a moving point.
5. In ceramics it is used to describe a thin coating of minerals which produces a glassy transparent or colored coating on bisque ware. Typically applied either by brushing, dipping, or spraying, it is fixed by firing the bisque ware in a kiln. This makes the surface smooth, shiny, and waterproof.
6. occupied and filled with something such as lines, shapes, designs.
9. repetition of any thing — shapes, lines, or colors — also called a motif, in a design; as such it is one of the principles of design.
11. A pottery technique in which a form is built up by joining shapes cut from thick sheets of damp clay.
12. the lightness or darkness of a color.
14. shapes are based on nature and often considered free form or irregular such as a jelly bean or ameba like shape.
18. movement how the eye travels around a work of art.
19. _________ texture that is suggested by an artist in a painting or drawing the painting of different areas of a picture — often in representing hair or fur, metals, rocks, etc.
20. shapes are any shape having more math and geometry than organic design.
21. is something that has actual height, width and depth (three–dimensional) such as a sculpture. Also is an element of art.
23. An element of art, is the surface quality or "feel" of an object