FINE ARTS SURVEY-VISUAL ARTS | TERMS AND MAIN CONCEPTS
Please bring this with you everyday to class. You are responsible for adding definitions and notes as we learn about new vocabulary, artists, and art movements throughout the rotation.
Sculpture (bronze, marble, clay); Architecture (buildings, homes); Graphic Design (Computer-generated); Photography (digital, darkroom); Drawing (pencil, charcoal, chalk); Painting (oil, acrylic, watercolor; Printmaking (woodblock, screenprint)
Modes of representation:
ARTCRITIQUE: Why is it important to critique art?
The _______________ and ______________ should reinforce your _____________.
ELEMENTS OF ART
To create the illusion of _________
PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN www.artlex.com
How can an artist create the illusion of rhythm?
How can an artist create the illusion of movement?
What are the two kinds of balance?
How can an artist create emphasis?
Variety and Contrast:
Harmony and Unity:
ART MOVEMENT & ARTISTS LIST (NAME, DATES, MOVEMENT, ARTWORKS)
PRACTICE WRITTEN CRITIQUE
Write a paragraph (each) to describe, analyze, interpret, & judge your artwork.