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Art Appreciation
Anne Perry

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Art Appreciation
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Date Created: 10/11/15
Art Appreciation Notes Week 7 October 5 2015 Dry Drawing Media Pencil silverpoint charcoal chalk conte crayon pastel PLcil Graphite pencils without erasers it is exible and cheap Silverpoint Draw with silver wire it is linear and cannot erase Charcoal Burned wood ash jet black colors and grey are present when used it is linear and you must spray finished drawing with glue to make permanent Chalk Typically white black or red colors finished art work must be sprayed with glue to make permanent Conte Crayon Material is like clay it is graphite mixed oil making it very greasy and you cannot erase Pastel Material is chalk with pure pigment the colors are intense finished drawing must be sprayed with glue to make permanent Liquid Drawing Media Pen and Ink pen and wash brush and ink brush and wash Wash Is liquid ink diluted with water Pen and Ink It is linear and you cannot erase Pen and Wash The artwork is drawn with pen and the shadows are applied by using wash with a paintbrush Brush and Ink The artwork is drawn with pen and a paintbrush Brush and Wash The drawing is created by using wash with a paintbrush October 7 2015 Painting Queen of the Arts Pigment It is the color in powdered form m The pigment mixed with liquid to create the paint needed Support It is the surface upon which the painting is created Fresco Ancient medium of white plaster and ground pigment and water You must paint on the wet plaster or the paint will not stay on the surface Encaustic Ancient medium that involves the binder being melted wax mixed with the pigment it was mainly used for roman coffins Tempera Involves water egg yolk and pigment mixed to make the paint It is the slowest drying of all the paint media works in a variety of consistencies from glazing to impasto it is very exible and does not yellow with age Glazing Application of paint in thin translucent layers to create startling realistic visual textures and colors Impasto It is the very thick application of paint which creates actual texture Acrylics The binder is liquid plastic it is exible and it dry overnight if a thin layer is applied Airbrush Acrylic paint is sprayed onto the support in a fine mist Water Color The support is wet or damp paper October 9 2015 Printmaking The Art of Multiples Matrix It the surface upon which an original design is created then it is transferred to a piece of paper Impression It is the individual print created from the matrix Edition A finite series of identical impressions created from the matrix 0 Once the editions are made the matrix is destroyed to prevent anyone from stealing the matrix and duplicating it illegally 0 Each impression created is considered an original work of art not a copy 4 Printmaking Processes Relief woodcut linocut intaglio engraving etching dry point aquatint lithography and screenprinting Relief The matrix is prepared so that the positive image area is higher than the background which has been cut away If writing is present then it must be drawn in reverse so the end result comes out like a mirror image Colored Woodcuts For this a separate matrix is created for each individual color needed Intaglio The positive image to be printed is incised into the surface of a metal plate usually copper Burin This is a tool used in the engraving process


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