Name ______________Section __________________Homeroom___________________
1) Line : the path of a point moving through space. Draw five types of lines and name them below:
vertical, horizontal, diagonal, spiral or zig-zag
2) Shape: a two-dimensional, flat looking figure.
3) Draw geometric shapes: square, circle, oval, rectangle, triangle, diamond, hexagon, etc
4) Draw free-form shapes: any blob-like, jagged, shape that cannot be named and is irregular
5) Form: an object that has depth, length, and width and resides in space. It is perceived as three-dimensional.
Label the examples:
7) Color: these all come from the three primary colors and black and white. They have three properties – hue, value, and intensity.
8) Primary colors (3): the three colors that can be mixed to create all other colors List them below:
Red, yellow, blue
9) Secondary colors (3): the three colors made from the combination of any two primary colors List them below:
orange, green, purple
10) Tertiary colors: colors created when you mix a primary and secondary color List them below:
red-orange, yellow-green, blue-green, etc.
11) Warm colors (3): red, orange, yellow
12) Cool colors (3): green, blue, purple
13) Complementary colors: colors opposite on the color wheel ex: red & green, blue & orange, yellow & purple
14) Analogous colors: colors next to each other on the color wheel ex: red & orange, orange & yellow, yellow & green, etc.
16) Highlight: the lightest areas in a work of art
17) Shadow: the darkest areas in a work of art
18)Texture: how the surface of something may feel or appear to feel Describe each texture below:
19) Space: the area around objects/images
20)Perspective: representing three-dimensional objects on a flat surface
Abstract Expressionism: a movement in the early 1940s (after WWII) in New York City where artists expressed their inner selves through lines, shapes, colors, textures that showed a feeling, mood, or inner part of their being
Wassily Kandinksy Russian (1866-1944): inspired by music, especially the work of Richard Wagner
Jackson Pollock American (1912-1956): the action painter who dripped and splattered paint onto large canvases to create abstract works
*Mounting: process where piece of paper that is slightly larger than the completed flat (2-D) work of art is glued behind the work to create a frame that makes a project look complete; it is important that the glue is applied directly to the back of the project and spread to the edges of a project