6 th Grade Word Wall . Art. The Human expression of creativity. Elements of Design. The tools an artist uses to create a composition Shape, Color, Line, Value, Space, Form, Texture. Color Wheel. A C hart that Shows P rimary , Secondary and Tertiary C olors. Secondary Colors.
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The Human expression of creativity
The tools an artist uses to create a composition Shape, Color, Line, Value, Space, Form, Texture
A Chart that Shows Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Colors
Blue, Red, Yellow
Process the Brain uses to Convert Information
When an Artist Deliberately Fools the Eye in a Composition
in a Composition
The Amount of Lights and Darks in a Work of Art
A Mark Made with a Pointed Tool
A shape that is precise and requires a tool like a ruler to draw it perfectly.
Height + Width
A Famous Artist that used Geometric Abstract Shapes in his Cubist Paintings
A Freeform Shape or Shape with no Straight Lines
Used Organic Shapes in his cut out compositions at the end of his life because he could not see as well anymore
Repeated Shape, Lines and Colors
The way a Surface Looks or Feels
An Artist and Mathematician who is Best Known for his Tessellations and Complex Patterns
A complex pattern of shapes that fit together like a puzzle without gaps or overlaps.
How can one shape create a limitless variations of patterns?
Learn new vocabulary about tessellations by watching artist Jim McNeill demonstrate 3 methods of creating tessellated patterns.
Translation Method -
Glide to Opposite Side
Reflection Method -
Glide to Opposite Side and Flip
Rotation Method –
Rotate around the vertex or common point where shapes meet.
An Artist Best Known for his Moving Sculptures or Mobiles
A Moving Sculpture
Two Sides are Different yet Balanced
When Something Appears to be the Same on Both Sides