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Art I - Semester 1 Vocabulary

These types of shapes are man-made and look like the shapes you see in a math.
a broad term describing the visual arts of the American black community.
the two sides of an artwork are not identical, however there is a sense of visual balance.
the Harlem neighborhood in New York City as a black cultural center in the early 20th Century.
The lightness or darkness of a color or shade.
a style in which feelings or emotions are emphasized, the paint was applied randomly.
These types of lines are done quickly and capture motion.
all the blues, purples, and greens on the color wheel.
the path our eyes follow when we look at a work of art.
this is all one color from the darkest to the lightest.
all the reds, yellows, and oranges on the color wheel.
Artists working in this movement bring into light critical issues that may be social, political and environmental.
A style that attempts to represent subject matter truthfully, often focusing on the life of the poor.
like the complementary color scheme, but uses two neighboring colors to one.
artwork that usually depicts only the face or the head and shoulders of a person or animal.
an artistic movement in modern art that’s purpose was to ridicule (make fun of), current events in the world.
The repetition of a shape or element that creates the feeling of visual movement in a work of art.
colors directly opposite from each other on the color wheel
This style focused on taking realistic 3-D objects and reducing them into geometric like shapes.
These types of shapes are from the world around us and have irregular edges.
a tint is the mixture of a color with white, which increases the lightness of the color.
groups of three colors that are next to each other on the color wheel. They share a common color
a three-dimensional object that has height, width and depth and takes up space.
a technique of creating a work of art by gluing various materials to a surface.
the “wild beasts” or movement in art that uses defined brush strokes and strong, jarring colors.