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Being an Artist Word Search - Lessons 5 & 6 Answer Sheet I

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Word List (In Order of Clues): Contrast Mandolin Modeled Movement Repetition Transparent Viewfinder Viewpoint Vignette Still Life Artistic License 1. Clue 1:- Differences between visual elements, for example Picasso’s use of black next to white through out his composition. 2. Clue 2:- A musical instrument of the lute family that has a pear shaped body and four to six pairs of strings. 3. Clue 3:- An object looks three dimensional and appears to have form because it is rendered, painted or drawn, using shadow and light. 4. Clue 4:- The path a viewer’s eye travels, through a work of art, as it follows the repetition of elements in a composition. 5. Clue 5:- Reproducing elements of art to create movement, pattern, and unity. 6. Clue 6:- Fine or sheer enough to be seen through. 7. Clue 7:- A small hand held tool used by an artist to frame a composition. The artist looks through the small rectangular cutout to determine what parts of a still life setup he or she wants to include in the composition. 8. Clue 8:- Position of observation. For example, a bird’s eye view is looking down on the top of something. 9. Clue 9:- A small scene within a larger picture. 10. Clue 10:- A category of subject matter in art that consists of inanimate, non living, objects. 11. Clue 11:- An artist’s prerogative to rearrange and change things according to his or her own aesthetic. Copyright © Community Learning LLC. All rights reserved.


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