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Color and
Value
Lines, Shape Principles of Purposes of
And Form
Design
Art
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Variation of a color
What is hue?
Red, Blue and
Yellow
What are the
primary colors?
Red, Orange and
Yellow
What are warm
colors?
Colors opposite
each other on the
color wheel
What are
complementary
colors?
Blue-Green is an
example of this.
What is tertiary?
A cube is an
example of this.
What is form?
Lines that run up
and down.
What is vertical?
A ā€œWā€ is an
example of this
kind of line.
What is zig-zag?
This is a geometric
shape that is made
up of three lines.
What is a triangle?
ā€œSā€ is an example of
this kind of line.
What is curved?
In a painting, this is
where your eyes go
first.
What is the
emphasis?
A sculpture that is
not equally
balanced is this.
What is
asymmetrical?
The quality of
brightness and
darkness.
What is intensity?
The way an artwork
is arranged to make
different parts
seem equally
important.
What is balance?
The repeating of
elements, such as
lines, shapes or
colors, that creates a
feeling of visual
motion in an artwork.
What is rhythm?
When an artist
communicates
emotions and ideas.
What is
expressive?
This is when an
artist describes
and illustrates
experiences.
What is narrative?
This is when an
artist decorates
objects.
What is functional?
This culture
expresses art in the
form of totem poles,
pottery and weavings.
What is Native
American?
This mask is an
example of what
culture.
What is West
African?
This style of art is
not realistic.
What is Abstract?
This style of art pays
special attention to
light and its effects
on subjects in their
paintings.
What is
Impressionism?
Variations of the
same color. Tints
and shades on one
color.
What are
monochromatic
colors?
The size or
placement of
something in relation
to another thing.
What is
proportion?
The quality of
seeming whole and
complete, with all
parts looking right
together.
What is unity?

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