HER-H 100 Art Appreciation
HER-H 100 Art Appreciation HER-H 100
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sam Williams on Saturday February 6, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HER-H 100 at Indiana University Purdue University - Indianapolis taught by Stephanie Doty in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 57 views. For similar materials see Art Appreciation in Art at Indiana University Purdue University - Indianapolis.
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Date Created: 02/06/16
HER-H 100 Art Appreciation Weeks 1-3 VISUAL ELEMENTS PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN Line Unity and variety Shape (geometric or organic)/mass for Balance- 3D actual/symmetrical/asymmetrical Texture- actual/visual Emphasis/focal point Light and value Rhythm Color Scale Time and motion Proportion Vocab Aesthetics- a branch of philosophy that deals with the nature, beauty and meaning of art, and our response to it Ideology- an organized collection of ideas Readymade- objects elevated from the commonplace to the position of art Assemblage- art made and assembled from found objects Pop-Art- art that utilizes the commonplace objects and visual clichés to make the viewer think twice about the symbols and objects that surround us Fine art- art that is meant to be seen or experienced only on an aesthetic level Applied art- art that serves some useful function in everyday life Iconoclasm “image breaking”- the destruction of images in the name of spiritual purity Static forms- forms that appear to be still and unchanging Dynamic forms- forms that appear lively, moving, and changing, even though they are stationary Value- refers to lightness or darkness of an area Chiaroscuro- depiction of 2D work of the effects of light and shadow Analogous colors- colors next to each other on the color wheel Simultanist contrast- when compliment colors appear more intense when placed next to each other Subversive texture- compels the viewer to think about it more deeply Visual texture- simulated texture Kinetic- actual movement Composition- the act of organizing the visual elements within a work of art Style- refers to a characteristic or group of characteristics that we recognize as constant, recurring, or coherent Trompe l’oeil- fool the eye Content- subject matter, elements, and composition and the underlying meaning Iconography- the study of the themes and symbols in the visual arts
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