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-If you create a new board, make sure you make it the LAST slide in the Powerpoint. The 'Back to the Board" button on each slide links back to the LAST slide only.

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    1. 1. Weaving• An artwork made of thread, yarn, or other fibers laced or woven together. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    2. 2. Tint• A color that is created when you mix white with a color. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    3. 3. Linear Symmetry• If you divided an object in half and the left side looked the same or similar to the right side, it would be said to have ____________________. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    4. 4. Primary Colors• A group of colors that can be mixed together in different ways to create all other colors (red, yellow, blue). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    5. 5. Quilt• A piece of textile art created by sewing together patches of fabric. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    6. 6. Diagonal Line• A slanted edge or line. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    7. 7. Broken Line• This line looks like it fell down and broke.  BACK TO THE BOARD!
    8. 8. Clay• A soft, moist material used to create artworks such as sculptures and pottery. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    9. 9. Analogous Colors• Color scheme of colors that sit next to each other on the color wheel. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    10. 10. Abstract Art• It doesn’t look really realistic and the artist probably cared more about colors and shapes. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    11. 11. Geometric Shape• A regular shape (such as a square, triangle, circle, etc). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    12. 12. Landscape• A drawing or painting showing an outdoor scene. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    13. 13. Middle-ground• The middle layer in a piece of artwork (between the foreground and the background). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    14. 14. Shade• A color made by adding black to another color. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    15. 15. Shadow• Areas of darkness on or around an object caused by a lack of direct light in certain areas (can be used to make something look more 3- D). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    16. 16. Warm Colors• Colors that appear to advance in space (hint: they are fiery and hot). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    17. 17. Atmospheric Perspective• A technique used to create the illusion of depth in your artwork by coloring the background details lighter and with less detail and the foreground darker and with more detail. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    18. 18. Animation• The art of showing many pictures quickly to make them look like they are moving. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    19. 19. Collage• The technique of overlapping and gluing multiple pieces of paper together to create a piece of art. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    20. 20. Pattern• A _________ is created when a color, shape, line, or something else is repeated in a certain order. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    21. 21. Radial Symmetry• A type of symmetry which radiates around a central point. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    22. 22. Seascape• An artwork which shows a sea, ocean, or shore scene. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    23. 23. Variety• A principle of design which refers to having a lot of something from the same group with difference (for example, a handful of different coins would be an example of a _________ of coins). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    24. 24. Symmetry• Balance created by making both sides or an artwork the same, equal, or almost the same (hint: can be radial or linear). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    25. 25. Secondary Colors• The three colors that are created when you mix the colors red, yellow, and blue in certain ways. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    26. 26. Highlight• Areas of direct light on an object (can be used to make something look more 3-D). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    27. 27. Form• An object is said to have _______ if it is 3-D or looks like it is 3-D (this would be implied ___________). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    28. 28. Realistic• Showing something, such as a person or a scene in your artwork as it really looks. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    29. 29. Score• The process of making scratch-marks in clay to better enable the process of joining pieces of clay. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    30. 30. Soft Sculpture• A three-dimensional piece of artwork created with a soft material (such as fabric, canvas, etc). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    31. 31. Logo• A symbol used to represent a group (like a business or organization). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    32. 32. Pinch-pot• A pot/bowl created by pinching pieces of clay into the right shape. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    33. 33. Still-life• An artwork showing an arrangement of objects that cannot move on their own (such as fruit or flowers). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    34. 34. Horizontal Line• A line that moves across the paper from left to right. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    35. 35. Vertical Line• Moving up and down rather than side to side. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    36. 36. Zig-zag Lines• A line that sharply alternates between moving up and down. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    37. 37. Textile Art• Fabric arts. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    38. 38. Tempera Paint• A chalky, water-based paint (sometimes called poster paint). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    39. 39. Portrait• A picture of a person. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    40. 40. Kiln• The furnace in which clay is fired to harden it. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    41. 41. Color Wheel• A tool artists use to make choices about color. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    42. 42. Architect• A person whose job is to design buildings. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    43. 43. Chalk Pastel• A medium that can be used like chalk and blends colors very well. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    44. 44. Illustrator• An artist who creates images for things such as books or posters. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    45. 45. Border• Decorative detail going around the outside of your artwork. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    46. 46. Movement• The sense of motion created in a piece of artwork (wavy lines often show this). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    47. 47. Mosaic• An artwork made from small pieces of colored glass, stone, paper, or other materials. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    48. 48. 1-point perspective• A way of drawing something in which all diagonal lines converge to a single point on the horizon line. This way of drawing helps create the illusion of depth. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    49. 49. Texture (implied)• The way that something appears to feel. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    50. 50. Texture (real)• The way that something really feels. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    51. 51. Watercolor Paint• A translucent water-based paint. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    52. 52. Self-Portrait• A picture of yourself created by yourself. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    53. 53. Neutral Colors• A color scheme made up of the colors white, black, gray, and brown. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    54. 54. Symbol• A letter, color, sign, or picture that expresses a larger meaning (it represents something). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    55. 55. Tessellation• Pattern created with a repeating shape that does not overlap and could continue on forever. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    56. 56. 2-point Perspective• A way of drawing something in which receding lines meet at two vanishing points. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    57. 57. Complementary Colors• Colors that sit across from each other on the color wheel. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    58. 58. Background• The farthest layer back in your artwork (hint: it is often a sky). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    59. 59. Freeform Shape• A organic or irregular shape that is not geometric. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    60. 60. Line• A path of a point moving through space (hint: it can be horizontal, vertical, broken, wavy, etc). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    61. 61. Repetition• Something that occurs over and over and over again. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    62. 62. Spiral Line• A type of line created by starting at a middle point that gradually moves outward and gets larger in a circular motion. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    63. 63. Value• The lightness or darkness of a color. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    64. 64. Wavy Line• A line that alternates between moving up and down fluidly through space. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    65. 65. Slab• An even flat piece of clay. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    66. 66. Oil Pastel• A pastel that is oil-based and is great for blending colors. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    67. 67. Foreground• The front layer in a piece of artwork. This layer appears to be closest to the viewer. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    68. 68. Blueprints• The detailed drawing an architect creates for a building before he/she starts building it. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    69. 69. Depth• The apparent distance from front to back. (hint: Volume=height x width x ___________) BACK TO THE BOARD!
    70. 70. Contour Line• An outline. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    71. 71. Cool Colors• These colors appear to recede in space. (hint: They are laid back – and chill). BACK TO THE BOARD!
    72. 72. Printmaking• The process of creating prints of the same image. BACK TO THE BOARD!
    73. 73. Coil• A rope-like shaped piece of clay. BACK TO THE BOARD!
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