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Portage Nothern Art Final 2008!

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What is?
an object with volume
Maria is konw for what type of art?
What is a characteristic of glaze fired clay?
able to hold liquid
Describe monochromatic colors
Shades and tints of one color
Name the four stages of drying/firing in order
leather hard, greenware, bisque, glaze
What is foreshortening?
a distortion of proportion
What is Georgia O'Keeffe known for?
Bones, flowers, and large size water color
Where should the horizon line be placed in a composition?
NEVER dead center, upper or lower halves
What is a drap mold?
the use of a slab around a mold
Describe complimentary colors
across from each other on the color wheel
Explain about diagonal line movement?
the 5th and 6th lines move the eye through the composition
What is rendering?
A copy of life on a 2D surface, normally drawn in pencil
What is contour?
not an outline, the outter most boundry around any inside/outside form
Name the principles of design
unity, balance, emphasis, contrast, rhythm
Describe analogous colors
3 colors "family" (yellow, yellow green, green)
Name the three primary colors
Red, yellow, blue
What picture and use of drawing technique is Albrecht Durer known for?
Praying hands, use of line, hatching and cross hatching
What is open composition?
where you allow sections to extend off the page
What is a stylus?
a tool used to scratch texture (needle)
How does color change at various distances?
greys and dulls as it receedes, most texture in the foreground, less texture in the middle ground, none in the background
Name a sighting or drawing technique
using a common measurement or negative space
What's a rib?
a tool used to smooth exterior surface of clay
True or False: you cannot fix pottery once it is in the bisque stage
What is leather hard?
when the clay is still plyable, but it's hard
What is 2D?
an object without volume, normally drawn or written
What is green ware?
where the clay has no moisture, it's ready to fire
What is subtractive sculpture?
where you start with a block of clay and subtract from it
What is an ant's eye view?
When you're looking from below of an object, below it
What is additive sculpture?
where you start with no clay and add to it
What is a characteristic of bisque clay?
porous, can't hold water
What is a limited palatte?
3-4 colors that aren't related
What stages are bisque and glazing?
Firing stages
How many gradations of value should you have in each composition?
How many layers of color should you have in each area?
4-5, all colors all areas
What is a bird's eye view in drawing?
When you're looking from an object from the top, ontop of it
how much space should be occupied in any composition?
2/3 positive space
True or False: you don't always have to slip your pottery when attaching another piece
False! you must ALWAYS slip your pottery, otherwise it might fall off!
What does overlapping create in a composition?
depth, and illusion of space
Name the elements of design
shape, form, value, color, line, texture
How do you make browns and earth tones?
by mixing complimentary colors

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