Studio Art Colors (Chapter Five) Study Guide
a rough sketch created in preparation for a final work of art
a 2-dimensional representation of the outline of an object, uniformly filled in black
artwork whose subject i
Studio Art Value and Lines (Chapter One) Study Guide
relative darkness or lightness of a color
a diagram depicting a range of value from light to dark
the area on an object where the light source is reflected.
Studio Art Famous Artists and Masterpieces (Chapter Seven) Study Guide
Leonardo Da Vinci
-Renaissance man (skilled in many things)
Leonardo Da Vinci 1500
Studio Art Impressionism and Art (Chapter Eight) Study Guide
Causes of Impressionism (and why)
-Invention of the Camera: Captured real life asymmetrical, cropping
-Rail Road: Travel
-Japanese: trade opens, asymmetrical designs, slices of real life, apex t
Studio Art Calligraphy (Chapter Six) Study Guide
a style of writing
the tip of the pen that is inter-changeable
letter that go above the middle line (b, k, f, h,t,d)
latter that go below the bottom line (
Studio Art Expressionism and Photorealism (Chapter Ten) Study Guide
Works had misery, sickness, and death. As a child many people in his family died. He was an
alcoholic, insane, issue with women.
Studio Art Art Styles (Chapter Nine) Study Guide
Orchestra of the Opera (style/significance)
-Oil on Canvas
-see ballerina knees
-oboe guides the eye
Rehearsal on the Stage (style/significance)
Studio Art Point of View (Chapter Three) Study Guide
your eye level line; the place where land and sky appear to meet.
a point on the horizon line toward which parallel lines converge to create the illusion of 3dimensional spa
Studio Art Space and Texture (Chapter Two) Study Guide
a pictorial representation that stands for other concepts and ideas.
the way the surface of an object feels.
the actual feel of a surface.
visual (simulated) texture
Studio Art Composition (Chapter Four) Study Guide
a type of sculpture in which forms project from a background. It is classified according to the
degree in which it is raised from the surface: high
relief, base relief
a thin coatin