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ARSX 1101 Study Guide for Chapters 1 4 Test 1 Concepts from Chapter 1 Practice describe how Yong Soon Min s Dwelling speaks to its themes on both personal and universal levels Chapter 2 Concepts Remember the dog you drew your individual image grew from both the common rational understanding ofwhat a dog is and your unique life experience of canines in particular Generally we may recognize the names and functions of common objects but we also have personal associations and memories related to these objects which are not easily put into words The visual image often integrates these different levels of perception and meaning the linguisticrational and the wordlessintuitive Discuss the distinction between looking and seeing in relation to visual awareness and works of art For example how do the examples of Edward Weston s Pepper 30 or Georgia O Keeffe s ower paintings illustrate this distinction 18720 What does Matisse mean when he says that the effort required to see things without distortion takes something very like courage 18719 Why do you think artists continuously challenge the established conventions of taste Terms to know representational subject trompe l oeil abstract nonrepresentational form and content iconography Chapter 3 Concepts terms to know line contour line implied line line character s ape basic kinds of shapes apparent mass crosshatching figureigroundpo sitiveinegative relationship mass picture plane clues to spatial depth linear perspective atmospheric perspective value tone Chiaroscuro
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