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Art I Vocabulary

Class period ______________
The thickness or thinness, lightness or darkness of a line.
What is a design principle illustrating motion or the illusion of motion created in a visual composition?
Precise, mathematical shapes, such as the circle, square, and triangle.
an element of art that is two-dimensional, and encloses a space.
Elements of art that refers to how things feel, or look as if they might feel it touched.
a style of art that uses straight lines to create curved patterns and images.
a way to show 3-D objects on a 2-D surface, using one vanishing point.
A condition in which the elements of an artwork appear to fit well together.
A continuance, a flow, or a feeling of movement achieved by the repetition of regulated visual information.
Lines that intersect vertically and horizontally.
The space that a form or shape occupies in an artwork.
Distribution of light and dark in a picture.
Combination of colors that are considered satisfying or that produce certain effect
Objects in the m idle of the image.
a slender usually steel instrument having an eye for thread and used for sewing.
The empty space around and between forms or shapes in an artwork.
is done when the artists look intently an edge of an object, but rarely looks at the paper while the pencil moves.
The point at which receding parallel lines appear to converge on the horizon.
having four equal sides and four right angles
colors opposite each other on the color wheel
The plan the artist uses to organize the art elements in a work of art to achieve a unified composition
The shape and structure of something.
the distance from front to back.
Colors that are created when primary colors are mixed together.
Shadows cast by shapes onto a surface.
an element of art that indicates area between, around, above, or with something.
measures 360 degress
A whole or totally as combining all of its parts into one