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Fundamentals of Art

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Across
  1. 1. To show difference
  2. 3. A gradual transition in color/value
  3. 4. A transparent paint medium
  4. 9. Comparing the relationship of size
  5. 13. Images made up from the mind
  6. 14. An aesthetic theory that emphasizes the visual qualities of an artwork
  7. 15. Criticism An analytic process used to evaluate a work of art
  8. 18. A series of small sketch
  9. 20. A way to unify visual elements in a composition
  10. 22. Art that tells a story
  11. 24. An aesthetic theory that emphasizes the literal qualities of an artwork
  12. 26. The area receiving the greatest amount of light
  13. 27. The ability to find new solutions to a problem
  14. 29. A quick sketch of a figure in action
  15. 31. The representation of something
  16. 32. A quickly drawn visual idea
  17. 34. Standards that are used as a basis for assessment
  18. 37. Arrangement or placement of objects in a work of art
  19. 39. To represent realistically
  20. 40. Art that tells a story
  21. 42. Implied motion
  22. 43. A breakdown of parts for examination
  23. 45. To change or simplify the subject
  24. 47. A line that shows only the edges
  25. 49. Criticism An analytic process used to evaluate a work of art
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  1. 2. A way to create the illusion of depth
  2. 5. A way to create emphasis or focus on a visual area
  3. 6. Artworks constructed from parts of other objects
  4. 7. A drawing material made from charred wood
  5. 8. To explain the meaning of something
  6. 10. Artworks that are multiples of an image
  7. 11. An aesthetic theory that emphasizes the expressive qualities of an artwork
  8. 12. Generating many ideas by sketching or taking notes
  9. 16. A point of view
  10. 17. Media Artworks that incorporate a variety of materials
  11. 19. A form of visual balance
  12. 21. A composition created by gluing together pieces of paper photographs cloth and other materials
  13. 23. Dealing with one’s personal sense of beauty
  14. 25. Looking at real objects figures or environments
  15. 26. A technique of shading with a series of fine parallel lines
  16. 28. An opaque paint medium
  17. 30. One who evaluates
  18. 33. Prints Paintings Two-dimensional artwork that has height and width
  19. 35. Theme Ideas and perceptions that transcend culture time and place
  20. 36. A style of art that shows scenes pf everyday life
  21. 38. Three-dimensional artwork that has height width and depth
  22. 41. Not concerned with realistic representation
  23. 44. of Art Criticism Description analysis interpretation and judgment
  24. 46. Gradation Using value to create a sense of form
  25. 48. A quality of oneness or wholeness in a composition