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The arrangement of elements and principles of art to create a feeling of completeness of wholeness.
Unity
How things feel, or look as though they might feel if touched.
Texture
The distance or area between, around, above, below, and within things.
Space
The lightness or darkness of a hue.
Value
Art made to be enjoyed visually, not used
Fine art
A scenic representation in which miniature sculptures and other objects are displayed against a painted backdrop.
Diorama
Outlines and surface edges.
Contours
A sculpture that shows a person's head, shoulders, and upper chest.
Bust
An object that serves an an emblem or respected symbol.
Totem
The art of beautiful writing
Calligraphy
A principle of art concerned with arranging the elements so that no one part of the work overpowers, or seems heavier than, any other part.
Balance
What the eye sees when light is reflected off an object.
Color
Making an element or an object in a work stand out.
Emphasis
An art style in which parts of a work are set into motion by a form of energy.
Kinetic art
A person whose job is studying, understanding, and judging works or art.
Art critic
The brightness or dullness of a hue.
Intensity
The study of nature of beauty and art.
Aesthetics
Small bits of colored glass and jewels set in cement.
Mosaic
Having a recognizable subject that is shown in an unrealistic manner.
Abstract
A drawing or painting of mountains, trees, or other natural scenery.
Landscape
Hand-painted book illustration.
Illumination
A color's name.
Hue
An early form of picture writing.
Hieroglyphic
The repetition of an element to make a work seem active.
Rhythm
Period of rebirth.
Renaissance
The principle of art that leads the viewer to sense action in a work, or it can be the path a viewer's eye follows through the work.
Movement
Art made by an artist who had no formal training.
Folk art
Large two-dimensional works painted on walls
Murals
A complete view of an area in all directions.
Panorama
Empty space between the shapes or forms in two-and three- dimensional art
Negative space
A finely ground powder that gives paint its color.
Pigment
A small picture that stands for a word or an idea.
Pictogram
The flat surface of a painting of drawing.
Picture plane