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  1. 4. The quality of a surface. One of the seven elements of art.
  2. 7. colors Orange, green and purple.
  3. 11. An arrangement of shapes adhered to a background.
  4. 13. A natural, moist earth substance used in making bricks, tile, pottery and ceramic sculpture.
  5. 14. paint An opaque, water soluble paint available in liquid or powdered form.
  6. 15. colors Colors opposite each other on the color wheel.
  7. 16. The art principle which refers to the arrangement of elements in an art work.
  8. 18. An element of art used in drawing, painting and sculpture. A line is the path of a moving point.
  9. 19. colors Colors next to each other on the color wheel.
  10. 20. Preliminary or rough draft, typically made with pencil, crayon, pen, brush or pastel.
  11. 24. The amount of light or shade in a color. The value range in a painting.
  12. 25. The arrangement of the parts of a work of art.
  13. 26. Coarse cloth or heavy fabric that must be stretched and primed to use for painting, particularly for oil paintings.
  14. 28. Representations on a flat surface usually made with pen, pencil, crayon, chalk or paint with an emphasis on line.
  15. 31. line The horizontal line that distinguishes the sky from the earth, or the ground from the wall. The eye-level of the artists view. Also, where the vanishing point lies in a perspective drawing.
  1. 1. Refers to the darker values of a color.
  2. 2. The element of art that describes a two-dimensional area (height and width).
  3. 3. Pigment with a water soluble binder. Available in semi-moist cakes or tubes.
  4. 5. The use of found objects or three-dimensional objects to create a work of art.
  5. 6. wheel The organization of colors on a wheel.
  6. 8. Tints and shades of single hue or color.
  7. 9. From the Italian word meaning "drawing" which also implied planning and composing.
  8. 10. The range of lightness or darkness in a color. A gray scale shows the range of values in photography.
  9. 12. paint A plastic, water soluble pigment used for painting.
  10. 17. Art Art created from a realistic situation but represented unrealistically.
  11. 21. The technical reference to color.
  12. 22. A principle in art where important elements and ideas are emphasized via composition.
  13. 23. colors The basic colors that can be used to mix other colors.
  14. 24. A hue mixed with white to create lighter values.
  15. 27. A drawing material made from charred wood.
  16. 29. A large "oven" used for firing clay work.
  17. 30. An element of art focused on all three dimensions (height, width and depth).