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This term refers to colors found opposite on the color wheel and have the greatest degree of contrast (red/green)

What is complementary?

Colors that make you feel cool and appear to recede in space (blue, green, violet)

What are cool colors?

A color found on the color wheel.

What is a hue?

The brightness or dullness of a color.

What is intensity?

Black, white, gray and browns

What are neutral colors?

Artistic work that is based on real people, places and things but do not look like real people, places and things. This style emphasizes colors. lines, geometric shapes and forms.

What is abstract art?

People who create art using styles that have been handed down through generations. Artists that create using things from nature.

Who are folk artists?

Utilitarian art, functional objects such as dishes and clothes; often these objects are highly decorated and show expert craftsmanship.

What is Functional Art?

This shoes the effects of light and atmospheric conditions of an artist’s work that spontaneously captures a moment in time.

What is impressionistic?

This type of art work attempts a photographic likeness of the subject matter.

What is realistic?

When one side of a piece of artwork doesn’t appear heavier than the other side.

What is balance?

Combining art elements to stress the difference between the elements. Example, bright colors with some dull colors.

What is contrast?

The part of the art piece that is noticed first.

What is dominance?

Repetition of shapes, lines and colors.

What is pattern?

Refers to the quality of wholeness or oneness that is achieved through the effective use of the elements and principle of design.

What is unity?

The process of reproducing images on a flat surface. Some types of this are relief block (linoleum, wood), intaglio (etching, engraving) and stencil (silkscreen)

What is printmaking?

The use of white to lighten a color.

What are tints?

A simple, quick drawing done to catch the chief features and a general impression.

What is a sketch?

The use of black to darken a color.

What is shades?

This is a sculpture medium that uses paper and

rags dipped in wheat paste over a form.

What is paper-mache?

This is a person who creates works of art.

What is an artist?

These are sometimes known as color families or relationships- grouping of colors that have certain similarities or differences.

What are color groups?

The application of paint with a paintbrush.

What is a brushstroke?

The main idea or object in an artwork.

What is the focal point or emphasis or center of interest?

A work of art that has height and width.

What is two dimensional?

A scene, usually smaller than in real life, in which 3-D models are displayed against a realistic painted background

What is a diorama?

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