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humble
not rich or important
makeshift
used as a substitute for something
unconventional
out of the ordinary
canvas
a tough, woven material that an artist paints on
exhibition
a show of someone's artwork
pixels
tiny elements that make up an image on a TV or computer screen
squad
a small group of people organized for an activity
consoling
comforting
obstacles
things that stand in the way of a goal
abstract
does not try to realistically represent a person or object
accountant
someone trained to keep the financial records of a business
meticulous
extremely careful and exact
accessible
easy to get
endurance
the ability to keep going without giving in to stress or fatigue
conceptual
having to do with ideas
hyperrealistic
extremely real-looking
conditioning
actions done for the purpose of becoming more physically fit
relegated
put in a less important place
portrait
a painting of a person
palette
a board on which an artist mixes colors
figurines
small molded or sculpted statues
sprints
short races run at top speed
certified
officially recognized as qualified to do something
discouraged
in a low mood because of a disappointment
sessions
gatherings held for a special purpose
meticulous
extremely careful and exact
trinkets
small items of little value
painstaking
requiring great care and effort
ledgers
books in which financial records are written
optically
in a way that has to do with vision