Native American potter Lucy M. Lewis produces her finely made Acoma Pueblo pots through the laborious process of __________.
tomb tiles of the Egyptian Kings Djoser and Menes
Ceramic glazing dates back to around 3000 B.C.E. and has been found on __________.
The __________ developed the process of glass blowing and thus made __________ commonplace.
Probably the most famous piece of glassware known today is the __________, made by the __________ in the 3rd century C.E.
The botanical whimsies of __________ are considered some of the finest examples of Art Nouveau glass.
In weaving, the lengthwise fibers are called the __________.
In __________ weaving, found in carpeting and in velvet, loops or knots are tied and when the knotting is finished, the ends are cut to create an even surface.
paradise as a garden
The stylized tree of life and flowers the Tabriz Arbadil carpet, like many Persian rugs, portrays the old Islamic concept of __________.
do not emit light of their own
Unlike a typical chandelier, Dale Chihuly's are a different species. They __________.
Contemporary artist Ed Rossbach's wall hanging is made from construction paper and woven in such a way that the image of a __________ emerges from the background.
wood block printing
The __________ process utilizes a series of dye baths and wax applications to create a design on fabric.
Late 19th-century posters of Parisian nightlife, such as Jane Avril at the Jardin de Paris, were produced by __________, considered by many to be the father of the color lithograph poster.
From the ancient Greeks to the colonial Americans, the __________ has been found to be a useful basis for urban design
Pierre-Charles L'Enfant's late 18th-century urban design plan for Washington, D.C., was inspired by the art and architecture of __________.
Which of the following is not a component of graphic design?