art expo review n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Art Expo Review PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Art Expo Review

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 15

Art Expo Review - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 97 Views
  • Uploaded on

Art Expo Review. Spring 2014. Your final will consist of:. Several questions specific to the projects covered in class General knowledge questions about the elements of art and principles of design. Questions where you will be asked to demonstrate knowledge of techniques. Line Design.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Art Expo Review' - hollie


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
art expo review

Art Expo Review

Spring 2014

your final will consist of
Your final will consist of:
  • Several questions specific to the projects covered in class
  • General knowledge questions about the elements of art and principles of design.
  • Questions where you will be asked to demonstrate knowledge of techniques.
line design
Line Design
  • The meditative drawing technique you used in creating this project:

Zentangle

  • What are the 8 characteristics of Line?

-direction, size, weight, geometric, organic, implied, clarity, value

  • What 2 principles of design did you demonstrate in your design?
    • Balance and variety
texture hands
Texture hands
  • What pen and ink techniques did you learn in this project?

stipple, wavy line, contour line, scribble, hatch, crosshatch, criss-cross lines

  • What type of texture did you demonstrate on this project?

simulated

  • What is the pen tip called?

nib

symmetry portraits
Symmetry portraits
  • What two facial features sit on the horizontal midpoint?

eyes and ears

  • How wide is the human head?

5 eyes

  • What facial feature line up with the pupils of your eyes?

mouth

  • Female features tend to be:

lighter line and more organic

  • while male features are:

Heavier line and more geometric

pop art posters
Pop Art Posters

Tom Wesselman was know for using this technique to create visual interest:

Stylization

This artist was known for exaggerating color schemes to depict famous celebrities:

Andy Warhol

James Rosenquist used this technique to make the viewer look at his subjects in a different way:

re-arrangement

This artist used scale to create visual interest:

Claus Oldenberg

pop art cont
Pop Art (cont….)

Where and when did this art movement originate?

Britain in the 1950’s

What does Dada mean?

“anti-art” thought anything could be called art

What social influences shaped the popularity of this movement?

industrial age and advertizing industry

color theory
Color Theory
  • Why are primary colors called primary?

They cannot be made by mixing other colors

  • Define a complementary color scheme:

two colors across from each other on the color wheel

  • What happens to complementary colors when you mix them?

they neutralize

  • Define an Analogous color scheme:

any three colors NEXT to each other on the wheel

  • Define Monochromatic:

one color

  • A color +white is called a:

tint

  • A color +black is called a:

shade

  • How do you make an intermediate color?

by mixing a primary and a secondary color NEXT to each other on the color wheel.

elements of art
Elements of Art
  • Any mark that shows direction:

line

  • A 3D area enclosed by a line:

Form

  • How light or dark the surface of an object appears:

value

  • How a ray of light appears when it reflects off of the surface of an object:

color

  • A 2D area enclosed by a line:

shape

  • The surface condition of an object/how something feels:

texture

  • The area an artist uses to create their artwork:

space

principles of design
Principles of Design
  • The repetition of parts:

pattern

  • The size of an object in relation to another:

scale

  • When no one section stands out from the rest:

unity

  • When all parts are equal:

balance

  • To make one part stand out from the rest:

emphasis

  • The use of several visual elements to create visual interest:

variety

  • The use of opposites to create visual interest:

contrast

cityscapes
Cityscapes
  • What type of perspective did you use to create the optical illusion of space in your drawing?

2pt- Linear Perspective (must be complete)

  • You added _____ colors to create shadows and _________ colors on the highlighted surfaces.

Cool Warm

watercolor stamps
Watercolor stamps
  • What painting technique did you demonstrate in your stamp design?

wet-on-wet

  • What is a Motif?

a group of related images/visual theme

kandinsky vessels
Kandinsky Vessels
  • What was the artist depicting in his painting?

music

  • What art movement was he involved in?

Bauhaus

  • Where was he born?

Moscow

  • Clay that is wet, but rigid:

leather hard

  • Clay that has been fired one time:

Bisqueware

kandinsky vessel
Kandinsky Vessel
  • What are the three hand building techniques:

slab, pinch, coil

  • Bone dry clay that has not been fired:

greenware

  • You must always _______________your pieces before attaching.

slip and score

  • Recycling clay by soaking in water:

slaking

vessel cont
Vessel cont……..
  • The process of melting the clay particles to form a ceramic material:

vitrification

  • Finely ground minerals that melt to form a glass coating:

glaze