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Art I midterm exam

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  1. 3. history The study of art created in different times and cultures.
  2. 4. Color in its purest form.
  3. 6. The type of art that is not realistic.
  4. 11. A work of art created to show a person, animal, or group of people.
  5. 12. Method of creating value using layers of dots.
  6. 14. The art of making objects from clay.
  7. 16. The type of perspective where the illusion of depth is created using lines and vanishing points.
  8. 18. Method of creating value using layers of parallel lines.
  9. 19. The skill, knowledge, and neatness resulting in expert workmanship.
  10. 20. The part of the brain that recognizes visual information.
  11. 21. The importance given to a certain area in a work of art.
  12. 23. The aesthetic philosophy that describes artwork that is considered art because it is accepted by the art world.
  13. 29. The aesthetic philosophy that describes artwork that serves a purpose.
  14. 30. The element of art derived from reflected light.
  15. 32. Identifying/ listing what you see in a work of art.
  16. 36. The type of colors which are used to create all other colors.
  17. 37. Evaluating the level of success in a work of art.
  18. 38. The secondary color you get when you mix red and yellow.
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  1. 1. A quick drawing used to explore a subject or plan a work of art.
  2. 2. Element of art that describes how an object feels or looks like it would feel if touched.
  3. 3. The step in art criticism that involves discussing the elements and principles of art.
  4. 5. The use of elements to create a sense of harmony or wholeness in a work of art.
  5. 7. How the elements and principles of art are arranged in a work of art.
  6. 8. The color scheme that creates the highest contrast in a work of art.
  7. 9. Artwork created by gluing various materials onto a surface.
  8. 10. The effect of showing the difference between unlike elements in a work of art, such as dark and light value
  9. 13. The aesthetic philosophy that describes artwork made to mimic life.
  10. 15. The aesthetic philosophy which values artwork that evokes an emotion.
  11. 17. The repeating of elements to create patterns of visual motion in an artwork.
  12. 22. The path of a moving point through space.
  13. 24. The third step in art criticism when you are investigating the meaning in a work of art.
  14. 25. The part of the picture plane that is between the foreground and the background.
  15. 26. A drawing or painting that shows outdoor scenery.
  16. 27. The relationship of one thing to another with respect to size and placement.
  17. 28. The part of the picture plane that is farthest from the viewer.
  18. 29. The aesthetic philosophy which describes artwork primarily concerned with the elements and principles.
  19. 31. A three dimensional structure, such as a cube or sphere.
  20. 33. A two dimensional area defined in some way, such as a circle or square.
  21. 34. The equal use of visual elements in a work of art.
  22. 35. The lightness or darkness of an image.