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ART 103 E2 Study Guide for Test #1 Work of Art The visual expression of an idea or experience, formed with skill, through the use of medium *An artwork as a singular or unique product of isolated genius Art World The people and institutions that circulate art and the discourse about art world Artist Statement A written commentary by the artist about their won work to help clarify their own intent and give viewers entry point to understanding their artwork Mixed Media Describes art created with a combination of materials *Mixing Codes Different conventional means of communication used in a single work of art, not limited to or such as a combination of words and images Medium/Media A particular material along with its accompanying techniques Craftsmanship The skill with which an artwork is made Folk Artist/Naïve or Outsider Artist Artist with little or no formal training Process A series of activities and decisions that lead to a finished artwork Creativity Is the ability to bring forth something new that has value *Associating The ability to make connections across seemingly unrelated fields *Questioning Persistently challenging the status quo, asking why things function as the do now, and how or why they might be changed *Observing
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  • Fall '16
  • Tonya Hart
  • Representational Art, Art Historical Context

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