S: Shades of Grey
FC: The elegance of black and white expressed through various mediums | Joe Tennison Art 1030 Amee Patel
2: dry point - engraving with a simple twist, in dry point, a needle is dragged across the surface and a metal burr, or rough edge, is left in it's wake to one side of the furrow.
3: photography - the creation of images by exposure of a photosensitive surface to light.
4: Optical - The portrayal of objects as they are seen in the moment, especially the depiction of light on a surface
5: Etching - In printmaking, and intaglio process in which the matrix is first covered with an acid-resistant ground. the ground is removed from certain areas with a needle, and the matrix is dipped in acid, which eats away at the areas exposed by the needle. These areas become grooves that are inked and printed
6: crosshatching - an extension of hatching, which uses is the use of fine parallel lines drawn closely together, to create the illusion of shade or texture in a drawing.
7: Layout - A way of organizing design elements in printed material, such as a magazine or book page.
8: Film - A thin sheet of cellulose material coated with a photosensitive substance | Composition - The organization of the visual elements in a work of art
9: Light - A segment of the spectrum of electromagnetic energy that stimulates the eyes and produces visual sensations. | Idealism - The representation of forms according to the concept of perfection.
10: Bibliography - 1http://www.lukechueh.com/paintings/black-in-white.html 2 Fang Lijun No. 3 3 Chen xuhai Golden Autumn pg 138 4 Rembrandt Van Rijin Christ crucified between two thieves pg 140 5 Margaret Bourke-white The living Dead of Buchenwald pg 158 6 Ingmar Bergman The seventh seal pg 171 7 Francisco Goya Y Lucientes pg 523 8 http://morgaineart.blogspot.com/p/black-white-paintings.html 9 http://www.rugandart.biz/Paintings/Wide/Data.php?Paris%20in%20Black%20and%20White 10 http://paulrodecker.blogspot.com/2009/01/drawing-of-day-cross-hatch.html 11 http://oneclimbs.com/2011/11/21/restoring-the-pentagram-to-its-proper-place/