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Art Foundations Review

Teacher: LADDIS
A stage of clay between plastic and bone dry where the clay is still damp enough to join it to other pieces using slip.
Completely air dried.
An Element of Art that is used to define space, contours and outlines, or suggest mass and volume.
An element of Art. An enclosed space defined by other art elements such as line, color, and texture.
Colors that result from a mixture of two primary colors. On the twelve-color wheel, orange, green, and violet.
A method of kneading clay to free the clay from air bubbles.
Tints and shades of one color.
The Element of Art that appears three-dimensional and enclosed volume such as a cube, sphere, pyramid or cylinder.
Pressed or rolled flat sections of clay used in hand building.
Colors that are opposite on the color wheel
An element of art that indicates areas between, around, above, below, or within something.
Shading using closely spaced parallel lines.
To heat a clay object in a kiln to a specific temperature.
Clay mixed with water with a mayonnaise consistency.
Colors that are next to one another on the color wheel
The Element of Art concerned with the darkness or lightness of a color.
The process of scratching , applying slip and pressing two pieces of clay together.
The surface quality of an artwork usually perceived through the sense of touch.
A furnace used to fire pottery.
All fired ceramic wear.
Mechanical, human-made shapes such as squares, triangles, circles, etc.
Those hues in which yellow and red are dominant. They tend to advance on a two-dimensional surface.
A piece of clay rolled like a rope, used in making pottery
Those colors in which blue is dominant. They tend to recede on a two-dimensional surface.
The three basic colors, red, yellow, and blue, from which it is possible to mix all other colors.
A balanced arrangement in which one side duplicates or mirrors the other.
Lines that define the outer edges of forms and surfaces within a form.
Shading created by crossed parallel lines.
Free forms, or shapes and forms that represent living things having irregular edges.
Unfired pottery, Ready to be bisque fired.