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BC: References: WWW.Google.com UNDERSTANDING ART 10th EDITION LOIS FICHNER-RATHUS

FC: Art Gallery Project By: John Ashley Art 1030 Thursdays 7:15-10:00 | MISSION STATEMENT: It's important for art to recognize Tattoos as art because it shares life experiences, stories/challenges, how people express them selves, and memories.

1: Warm colors- colors reds, oranges, and yellows that appear to be warm and to advance for the viewer. (The coral reefs and ocean creatures.) Cool Colors- color such as a blue, green, or violet that appears to be cool in temperature and tends to recede spatially behind war colors.-(ocean surface and floor of the background) | gh

2: Contour lines- a perceived line that marks the edge of a figure as it comes back into space.

3: Shade- the degree of darkness of color determined by the extent of it's mixture with black.

4: Implied Line-A line that is completed by the viewer; a discontinues line that the viewer perceives as being continuous; a line suggested by series of dots or points or by nearby end-points of series of lines; or a line evoked by the movements and glances of the figures in a composition. | Implied motion- An impression of movement created by the use of visual elements, composition, or content.

5: Chiaroscuro-An artistic technique in which subtle gradations of value create the illusion of rounded three- dimensional forms in space; ( from extreme lights and dark).

6: Emphasis-to focus the viewer's attention on one or more parts of a composition by accentuating certain shapes, intensifying value or color, featuring directional lines, or strategically placing the objects and images.

7: Saturation- The degree of purity of hue (color) measure by it's intensity or brightness.

8: Negative Shapes- space that is empty or filled with imagery that is secondary to the main objects or figures depicted in the composition.

9: Shapes- are defined as the areas within a composition that have boundaries that separate them from what surrounds them; shapes make these areas distinct. Shapes are formed when intersecting or connected lines enclosed space.

11: Value-The lightness or darkness of a color. Value contrast-The degrees of difference between shades of gray.

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  • Describes why tattoos is art and that art should recgonize it more often.
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