abstract -schematic, deriving ideas from reality but not using realistic forms, simplification of detail, translation into pure shapes, colors or patterns, not observable aspects of nature asymmetrical - not symmetrical artist's signature - the way an artist has of writing his/her name through repeated clues in his work, his/her style color - hue, value, intensity composition - organization or arrangement of form in a work of art including pictorial depth, foreground, middle ground, background content - subject matter, the ideas included in a work decorative arts - collective term for such art forms as ceramics, enamels, furniture, glass, ivory, metalwork and textiles, especially when they take forms used as interior decoration drawing - the act of representing an image on a surface by means of adding lines and shades, as with a pencil, crayon, pen, chalk, pastels, etc. to make sketches, studies, cartoons or more complete works expressionistic - expression of subjective feelings, and appeal to the subjective response of the beholders fine art - art created for purely aesthetic expression, communication, or contemplation. Painting and sculpture are the best known of the fine arts. folk art - art of people who have had no formal, academic training, but whose works are part of an established tradition of style and craftsmanship. form - the volume and shape of a three-dimensional work, perhaps including unfilled areas that are integral to the work as a whole. formal elements - purely visual aspects, such as line, shapes, color, texture, spatial qualities and composition. fresco - type of painting that employs water-based, pigment paint on top of freshly applied, wet plaster genre painting - scenes from daily life, treated realistically gold leaf- gold metal that has been hammered to be extremely thin and capable of being attached to many surfaces such as paper, gessoed wood, and smooth metal graphic arts -printmaking; woodcut, engraving, etching, dry point, lithography; graphic design gravity - an understanding that all bodies tend to be drawn towards the center of the earth history painting- painting that includes figures in any kind of historical, mythological or biblical narrative generally conveying a high moral or intellectual idea and often adopting a grand pictorial style iconography- the study of the subject matter of a representation and its meaning, what an image is. iconology- the study of icons, images, representations etc. icon - traditional meaning, panel painting that depicts a miraculous image or picture of a saint; contemporary meaning, can be a realistic or abstract symbol used in an artist’s work idealized -the essence of an object or idea, perfection, values of culture idealism - represents things as they ought to be according to a philosophy image - a representation of a person, thing or idea in an artwork line - a mark that defines shape that is more or less continuous. A mark that follows an edge or a contour. linear –lines are the primary means of definition, work that that is not painterly mark - a visible trace or impression on a surface, as a line, dot, scratch, dent, etc. mass - a broad, cohesive area in a work of art that forms a significant element in the composition medium - material of the art object, technical process, ex. painting, sculpture, drawing are each a different medium. miniature - a representational work of art made on a greatly reduced scale. mixed-media - artwork that combines different mediums, usually with no dominant medium naturalistic -physical appearance is the primary inspiration but it is not as literal as realistic work negative space- the unoccupied or empty space left after the positive shapes have been laid down by the artist; however, because these areas have boundaries, they also function as shapes in the total design.
applied wax to the parts to be left undyed.
Calligraphy: Calligraphy is the art of fine handwriting.
It is also the art of producing decorative handwriting or lettering with a
pen or brush.
Gouache: Gouache is a technique of painting with opaque watercolors. I
t also uses a opaque pigments ground in water and thickened
with a glue-like substance.
Hatching: Hatching is the fine lines used in graphic arts to show shading.
It is also the process of decorating with elegant lines.
Art 124A/B – Petrosky Vocabulary List
Line – The pathway of a moving point usually made by depositing material on a contrasting surface.
Gesture – the essence of a subject captured in the quickest and most economical way. Usually consists of quick and extended gesture.
Axis – The imaginary centerline of a volume; the centerline is assumed to run in a volume’s longest dimension is called the long axis, the centerline running at a right angle to the long axis is called the short axis…
Final – Business plan for Dog Walker and Care Business
We are a non-profit animal care business that includes hourly daycare and specializes in walking dogs.
The passion our employees and volunteers have for dogs (and animals in general) allows us to feel closely compelled to provide the best care and attention to each dog a Dog Walker gets the opportunity to walk.
What sets us apart is the fact we will use local college students as volunteer employees, allowing them the chance…
Artes Plásticas 3D art
Ciclismo de montaña Mountain biking
Buena Cocina Gourmet cooking
Corriente Current (of a stream/river)
Dedicar To dedicate
Deporte Radical Extreme sport
Descansar To rest
Escalar una pared To climb a wall
Esfuerzo Físico Physical Effort
Excursión Excursion/Day trip…
Pylon -trapizoid shaped supports with walkways through the middle.
Pylon Temple of Amon-Re, Karnak, Egypt many temples build over different dynasties.
Chair and Bed of Queen Hetepheres, ca. 2600 BCE found very close to King Tuts tomb,
Register- Art one of a number of bands or sections into which a design is divided.
Hieratic Scale- The bigger the more important.
Mastaba- Building that was made apx made 4 stories tall; made of stone or brick. Used for burial purposes. (High class- 1…
Ethics- The study, questioning and justification or moral rule and a conscious reflection on the adequacy of our moral beliefs.
Values- a judgment of behavior according to whether or not it corresponds to certain moral rules.
Nonmoral- judgment that have nothing to do with moral issues.
Immoral- breaking moral rules
Amoral-not having any moral standards
Aesthetics-form of nonmoral value theory, asking questions such as, Are there objective rules for when art is good?
1. Mark your confusion.
2. Show evidence of a close reading. Mark up the text with questions and/or comments.
3. Write a onepage reflection on your own sheet of paper or 250word typed reflection..
democracy: rule by the people
oligarchy: rule by the few
monarchy: rule by a king or queen
aristocracy: rule by the wealthy or the landowners
courtesans: prostitutes with wealthy clients
Comparing Athens and Sparta:
Where Would You Rather Live, and Why?
● Religion and belief systems
● Expansion of religion
● Social and political role
● Arts and architecture
● Education systems
● Writing Systems
● Academic breakthroughs
Common Roots, Roots of Conflict
● Vocab Kinship: a relationship or connection between two parties that share a
common biological, cultural, or historical origin
Disagreements Between Groups Around the World:…
include Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology, Composition 1, Psychology, Lifespan Growth and Development, and a Fine arts Credit. Completeing all of these with an A will make me highly competive and give me a stronghold in the application process. The Hesi test is another variable in the application process. It is a standardized test covering math, reading and comprehension, and vocab with general knowledge. In order to gain any weight from this test I must make at least an 85. Scoring any higher can…
Ancient Civilizations Vocab.
Achaemenid [uh-KEY-muh-nid] Dynasty = the first dynasty in the Persian empire, which came to power in the 7th century B.C.E.
Akhenaton [ak-hen-AH-ten] = The New Kingdon Pharaoh who declared the Aten, or sun disc, to be the only god; during Akhenaton’s rule, worship of any other gods or goddesses was prohibited.
Alexander the Great = a Greek ruler who conquered most of the known world, including Mesopotamia and Egypt, during the late fourth century B.C.E.