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Art Vocabulary I & II Test

Teacher: Mrs. Jones
Across
A finely ground powder that gives paint its color.
This is the study of nature and beauty of art.
An idea or school of though on what's most important in a work of art.
A continuous mark on some surface by a moving part.
To become aware of the senses of the special nature of objects.
Having recognizable subjects shown in an unrealistic manner.
These are guidelines that govern the way artists organize the elements of art.
An area clearly set off by one of more of the other six visual elements.
An art style in which artists freely apply paint to canvases in an effect to show feelings and emotion rather than realistic subject matter.
The lightness or darkness of a hue.
Art that's valued solely for its visual appeal or its success in communicating ideas or feelings.
How parts of a work relate to each other and the whole.
The message, idea, or feeling expressed by a work of art.
A visual statement that represents the real world, communicates an idea or feeling.
Art that tells a story either as a moment in an ongoing story or as a sequence of events.
The elements of art that refers to how things feel, or look as though they might feel, if touched.
A material used to create a work of art.
Down
The principle of art concerned with creating the look and feeling of action to guide a viewer's eye throughout the work of art.
Refers to art that's valued solely for its visual appeal and made to be functional as well as visually pleasing.
The name of a color
This is a two-dimensional work of art depicting a scene of mountains, forests, rivers, or other natural scenery.
A basic visual component an artist uses to create art.
The way the principles of art are used to organize the elements of art.
The distance of an area between. around, above, below, and within things.
A principle of art concerned with arranging the elements so that no one part of the work overpowers or seems heavier than any other part.
The empty spaces between the space and forms in two and three dimensional art.
An image in an artwork that viewers can easily identify.
The principle of art concerned with combining art elements with slight changes to increase visual interest.
An element of art that is derived from reflected light.
These are visual representations of people.
The brightness or dullness of a hue.
Refers to a two-dimensional decorative effect achieved through the repetition of colors, lines, shapes, and / or textures.
A liquid used to control the thickness or thinness of a paint.
A liquid that holds the grains of pigment together.
An element of art that refers to an object of three dimensions.