2D ReviewBy Meghan Gallagher
VOCABULARY
An area within a composition  that has boundaries that    separate it from what    surrounds it, making it           disti...
SHAPE
The shape or structure of an         object.
FORM
The mass or bulk of a three-    dimensional work.
VOLUME
The bulk of a three-dimensional work of art.
MASS
The true mass of an object,as defined in terms of volume         and weight.
ACTUAL MASS
The apparent or suggestedmass of objects represented  in a work of art; a realisticrendering of a heavy object   in a pain...
IMPLIED MASS
Shapes found in geometry,such as triangles and circles.
GEOMETRIC SHAPES
Geometric shapes formed by the intersection of straight            lines.
RECTILINEAR  SHAPES
A twentieth-century style,   developed by Picasso and Braque, which emphasizes the    two-dimensionality of thecanvas and ...
CUBISM
Geometric shapes formed by  the intersection of curvinglines, or by lines circling back    to join themselves and compose ...
CURVILINEAR  SHAPES
Shapes derived from those of living things found in nature.
ORGANIC SHAPES
Referring to works of art thathave no reference to reality.
ABSTRACT
Art that has no reference to        visible reality.
NONOBJECTIVE
Another term for nonobjective.
NONREPRESENTATIONAL
The shapes in a composition.
POSITIVE SHAPES
That which remains in the  composition around orbeyond the positive shapes.
NEGATIVE SHAPES
The relationship between the  shapes or figures and the      other parts of the        composition.
FIGURE AND   GROUNDRELATIONSHIP
The shifting of viewerperceptions such that what,at one moment, appears to      be the figure in a composition becomes the...
FIGURE-GROUND   REVERSAL
If a figure is made from two or more geometric figures
COMPOSITE  SHAPE
Several possible meanings or      interpretations.
AMBIGUITY
very cold and impersonal; totally neat and orderly;      unexciting and       unimaginative
ANTISEPTIC
Done or achieved with little effort or difficulty; easy.
FACILE
Able to perceive or feel         things
SENTIENT
A preference or special liking       for something
PREDILECTION
Names of the Precisionist       Painters
C-anD-ucksM-akeS-alad         -Charles Sheeler          -Donald Sultan           -M.C. Escher           -Stacy Seiler
Be able tociteexamples ofdifferenttypes ofshapes.
Be able todrawexamples ofdifferenttypes ofshapes.
What type of  shape?
Negative Shape
What type of  shape?
Geometric Shape
What type of  shape?
Rectilinear Shape
What type of  shape?
Curvilinear Shape
What type of  shape?
Organic Shape
What type of  shape?
Positive Shape
What type of  shape?
Composite Shape
Figure and Ground   Relationships  The relationship between the shapes or figures and the other    parts of the composition.
What artist from our  discussion really    explored the  manipulation ofFigure and Ground   Relationships?
M.C. Escher
What types of shapes are mostprominently in theworks of DonaldSultan and Stacy     Seiler?
Negative Shapes
Compose thesetypes of questionsabout each Artistand Vocabulary?
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  1. 1. 2D ReviewBy Meghan Gallagher
  2. 2. VOCABULARY
  3. 3. An area within a composition that has boundaries that separate it from what surrounds it, making it distinct.
  4. 4. SHAPE
  5. 5. The shape or structure of an object.
  6. 6. FORM
  7. 7. The mass or bulk of a three- dimensional work.
  8. 8. VOLUME
  9. 9. The bulk of a three-dimensional work of art.
  10. 10. MASS
  11. 11. The true mass of an object,as defined in terms of volume and weight.
  12. 12. ACTUAL MASS
  13. 13. The apparent or suggestedmass of objects represented in a work of art; a realisticrendering of a heavy object in a painting would have implied, rather than actual, mass.
  14. 14. IMPLIED MASS
  15. 15. Shapes found in geometry,such as triangles and circles.
  16. 16. GEOMETRIC SHAPES
  17. 17. Geometric shapes formed by the intersection of straight lines.
  18. 18. RECTILINEAR SHAPES
  19. 19. A twentieth-century style, developed by Picasso and Braque, which emphasizes the two-dimensionality of thecanvas and is characterized bymultiple views of an object andthe reduction of an image to its essential lines and shapes.
  20. 20. CUBISM
  21. 21. Geometric shapes formed by the intersection of curvinglines, or by lines circling back to join themselves and compose closed geometric figures.
  22. 22. CURVILINEAR SHAPES
  23. 23. Shapes derived from those of living things found in nature.
  24. 24. ORGANIC SHAPES
  25. 25. Referring to works of art thathave no reference to reality.
  26. 26. ABSTRACT
  27. 27. Art that has no reference to visible reality.
  28. 28. NONOBJECTIVE
  29. 29. Another term for nonobjective.
  30. 30. NONREPRESENTATIONAL
  31. 31. The shapes in a composition.
  32. 32. POSITIVE SHAPES
  33. 33. That which remains in the composition around orbeyond the positive shapes.
  34. 34. NEGATIVE SHAPES
  35. 35. The relationship between the shapes or figures and the other parts of the composition.
  36. 36. FIGURE AND GROUNDRELATIONSHIP
  37. 37. The shifting of viewerperceptions such that what,at one moment, appears to be the figure in a composition becomes the ground, and vice versa.
  38. 38. FIGURE-GROUND REVERSAL
  39. 39. If a figure is made from two or more geometric figures
  40. 40. COMPOSITE SHAPE
  41. 41. Several possible meanings or interpretations.
  42. 42. AMBIGUITY
  43. 43. very cold and impersonal; totally neat and orderly; unexciting and unimaginative
  44. 44. ANTISEPTIC
  45. 45. Done or achieved with little effort or difficulty; easy.
  46. 46. FACILE
  47. 47. Able to perceive or feel things
  48. 48. SENTIENT
  49. 49. A preference or special liking for something
  50. 50. PREDILECTION
  51. 51. Names of the Precisionist Painters
  52. 52. C-anD-ucksM-akeS-alad -Charles Sheeler -Donald Sultan -M.C. Escher -Stacy Seiler
  53. 53. Be able tociteexamples ofdifferenttypes ofshapes.
  54. 54. Be able todrawexamples ofdifferenttypes ofshapes.
  55. 55. What type of shape?
  56. 56. Negative Shape
  57. 57. What type of shape?
  58. 58. Geometric Shape
  59. 59. What type of shape?
  60. 60. Rectilinear Shape
  61. 61. What type of shape?
  62. 62. Curvilinear Shape
  63. 63. What type of shape?
  64. 64. Organic Shape
  65. 65. What type of shape?
  66. 66. Positive Shape
  67. 67. What type of shape?
  68. 68. Composite Shape
  69. 69. Figure and Ground Relationships The relationship between the shapes or figures and the other parts of the composition.
  70. 70. What artist from our discussion really explored the manipulation ofFigure and Ground Relationships?
  71. 71. M.C. Escher
  72. 72. What types of shapes are mostprominently in theworks of DonaldSultan and Stacy Seiler?
  73. 73. Negative Shapes
  74. 74. Compose thesetypes of questionsabout each Artistand Vocabulary?

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