2D FinalBy Meghan Gallagher
Simulated    texture in awork of art
Visual Texture
Texture  that departs from the actual texture of an object, often simplifying of exaggerating it, but retaining some reco...
Abstract Texture
Texturethat makes noreference to real ofactual texture.
Invented Texture
Stems fromunconscious, irrationalsources and thereforetakes on fantasticforms.
Surrealism
Texture  that is chosenor created by the artistto foil or undermineour ideas about theobjects that it depicts.
Subversive Texture
An overall design that isbased on the repetitionor grouping of elementssuch as line, shape,color, or texture.
Pattern
Nearby  objectsappear more texturedthan distant objects
Texture Gradient
Artthat makes noreference to visiblereality.
Nonobjective Art
Color;  the visualsensation created byspecific parts of thevisible spectrum
Hue
Atransparent objectwith triangular ends,usually made of glass
Prism
Deflection of lightfrom a straight path, asby passing it through amedium such aswater.
Refraction
That segment of the spectrum of electromagnetic energy that excites the eyes and produces visual sensation, arranged in o...
Visible Spectrum
The traditional wheelfor representing colorsof pigments, consistingof twelve colors
Color Wheel
Colorsthat cannot becreated by mixingother colors
Primary Colors
Colorscreated bymixing primary colors
Secondary Colors
Colorscreated bymixing primary andsecondary colors
Tertiary Colors
A school of architecturethat taught students tointegrate science andtechnology in the works.
Bauhaus School
Combines    3 additiveprimary colors in equalintensities produceswhite light.
Additive Color
Colors created frompigments; thesubtractive primarycolors are red, yellow,and blue pigments.
Subtractive Colors
Colorson the yellowand red side of thecolor wheel
Warm Colors
Colorson the blue-green side of the colorwheel
Cool Colors
Thelightness ordarkness of a color.
Value
Brightness   of a color.
Intensity
The degree of purityof hue, as measuredby its intensity ofbrightness.
Saturation
Colorsmixed with grayand, sometimes, alsoweakened in intensity.
Neutral Color
Colorsthat sit acrossfrom one another on acolor wheel andcontrast mostextremely.
ComplementaryColors
Thelingeringimpression made by astimulus that has beenremoved.
Afterimage
Atwelve-color colorwheel with yellow atthe top
Triadic Color System
Thegroup of threeprimary color identifiedby the placement of anan equilateral triangleover a 12 color, colorwheel
Primary Triad
Thegroup of threesecondary colors
Secondary Triad
Creates the illusion ofvibrations throughafterimages
Op Art
Juxtaposition  of areas of bright color, distorted linear perspective, and drawing that is unrelated to the color.
Fauvism
A manner of using colorin which one colordominates and issometimes combinedwith its various tints andshades
MonochromaticColor Scheme
The combination of two ormore colors that lieadjacent to one anotheron the colorwheel, tending to create afeeling of harm...
Analogous ColorScheme
The combination oftwo or more colorsthat lie across fromone another on thecolor wheel
ComplementaryColor Scheme
A manner of using colorcharacterized bycombining a color withthe two colors adjacentto its complementarycolor
Split-ComplementaryColor Scheme
Thecombinnation oftwo adjacent colorwheel with their directcomplementaries
Double-ComplementaryColor Scheme
The  color we typicallyassociate with objectsas they would be seenin direct sunlight
Local Color
The Depiction ofcolors as they areperceived underdifferent lightingcomditions
Optical Color
Theuse of colors thatare not normallyassociated with thesubjects beingdepicted.
Arbitrary Color
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  1. 1. 2D FinalBy Meghan Gallagher
  2. 2. Simulated texture in awork of art
  3. 3. Visual Texture
  4. 4. Texture that departs from the actual texture of an object, often simplifying of exaggerating it, but retaining some recognizable aspect of its texture.
  5. 5. Abstract Texture
  6. 6. Texturethat makes noreference to real ofactual texture.
  7. 7. Invented Texture
  8. 8. Stems fromunconscious, irrationalsources and thereforetakes on fantasticforms.
  9. 9. Surrealism
  10. 10. Texture that is chosenor created by the artistto foil or undermineour ideas about theobjects that it depicts.
  11. 11. Subversive Texture
  12. 12. An overall design that isbased on the repetitionor grouping of elementssuch as line, shape,color, or texture.
  13. 13. Pattern
  14. 14. Nearby objectsappear more texturedthan distant objects
  15. 15. Texture Gradient
  16. 16. Artthat makes noreference to visiblereality.
  17. 17. Nonobjective Art
  18. 18. Color; the visualsensation created byspecific parts of thevisible spectrum
  19. 19. Hue
  20. 20. Atransparent objectwith triangular ends,usually made of glass
  21. 21. Prism
  22. 22. Deflection of lightfrom a straight path, asby passing it through amedium such aswater.
  23. 23. Refraction
  24. 24. That segment of the spectrum of electromagnetic energy that excites the eyes and produces visual sensation, arranged in order of wave- lengths
  25. 25. Visible Spectrum
  26. 26. The traditional wheelfor representing colorsof pigments, consistingof twelve colors
  27. 27. Color Wheel
  28. 28. Colorsthat cannot becreated by mixingother colors
  29. 29. Primary Colors
  30. 30. Colorscreated bymixing primary colors
  31. 31. Secondary Colors
  32. 32. Colorscreated bymixing primary andsecondary colors
  33. 33. Tertiary Colors
  34. 34. A school of architecturethat taught students tointegrate science andtechnology in the works.
  35. 35. Bauhaus School
  36. 36. Combines 3 additiveprimary colors in equalintensities produceswhite light.
  37. 37. Additive Color
  38. 38. Colors created frompigments; thesubtractive primarycolors are red, yellow,and blue pigments.
  39. 39. Subtractive Colors
  40. 40. Colorson the yellowand red side of thecolor wheel
  41. 41. Warm Colors
  42. 42. Colorson the blue-green side of the colorwheel
  43. 43. Cool Colors
  44. 44. Thelightness ordarkness of a color.
  45. 45. Value
  46. 46. Brightness of a color.
  47. 47. Intensity
  48. 48. The degree of purityof hue, as measuredby its intensity ofbrightness.
  49. 49. Saturation
  50. 50. Colorsmixed with grayand, sometimes, alsoweakened in intensity.
  51. 51. Neutral Color
  52. 52. Colorsthat sit acrossfrom one another on acolor wheel andcontrast mostextremely.
  53. 53. ComplementaryColors
  54. 54. Thelingeringimpression made by astimulus that has beenremoved.
  55. 55. Afterimage
  56. 56. Atwelve-color colorwheel with yellow atthe top
  57. 57. Triadic Color System
  58. 58. Thegroup of threeprimary color identifiedby the placement of anan equilateral triangleover a 12 color, colorwheel
  59. 59. Primary Triad
  60. 60. Thegroup of threesecondary colors
  61. 61. Secondary Triad
  62. 62. Creates the illusion ofvibrations throughafterimages
  63. 63. Op Art
  64. 64. Juxtaposition of areas of bright color, distorted linear perspective, and drawing that is unrelated to the color.
  65. 65. Fauvism
  66. 66. A manner of using colorin which one colordominates and issometimes combinedwith its various tints andshades
  67. 67. MonochromaticColor Scheme
  68. 68. The combination of two ormore colors that lieadjacent to one anotheron the colorwheel, tending to create afeeling of harmony
  69. 69. Analogous ColorScheme
  70. 70. The combination oftwo or more colorsthat lie across fromone another on thecolor wheel
  71. 71. ComplementaryColor Scheme
  72. 72. A manner of using colorcharacterized bycombining a color withthe two colors adjacentto its complementarycolor
  73. 73. Split-ComplementaryColor Scheme
  74. 74. Thecombinnation oftwo adjacent colorwheel with their directcomplementaries
  75. 75. Double-ComplementaryColor Scheme
  76. 76. The color we typicallyassociate with objectsas they would be seenin direct sunlight
  77. 77. Local Color
  78. 78. The Depiction ofcolors as they areperceived underdifferent lightingcomditions
  79. 79. Optical Color
  80. 80. Theuse of colors thatare not normallyassociated with thesubjects beingdepicted.
  81. 81. Arbitrary Color
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