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Salon
Screen printing
Sculpture
Secondary colors

Serigraph
Shape
Sketch
Solvent
Space

Stained glass
Still life
Style
Surrealism

Salon
An annual exhibition of art held by the academies in Paris and London to exhibit art created by their members.

Screen printing
Paint is forced through a screen onto paper or fabric

Sculpture
A three-dimensional work of art.  Such work may be carved, modeled, constructed, or cast.

Secondary colors
The colors obtained by mixing equal amounts of two primary colors.  The secondary colors are orange, green, and violet.

Serigraph
Screen print that has been handmade by an artist

Shape
An element of art, is an area clearly set off by one or more of the other elements such as color, value, line, and texture.

Sketch
A quick drawing that captures the appearance or action of a place or situation.

Solvent
The material used to thin the binder in paint

Space
An element of art that refers to the distance or area between, around, above, below, or within things.  It can be described as either three-dimensional or two-dimensional.

Stained glass
The art of cutting colored glass into different shapes and joining them together with lead strips to create a pictorial window design.

Still life
A drawing or painting of such things as food, plants, pots, pans, and other inanimate objects.

Style
The artist's personal way of using the elements and principles of art to express feeling and ideas.

Surrealism
A twentieth-century art style in which dreams, fantasy, and the subconscious served as the inspiration for artists.

 

 

 

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