Flashcards in final Deck (83)
How have we seen art used so far
How is Adam using his creative capacity in that one image
He came up names for for these animals
How can we be confident that we have been created to use our human creativity?
says so in the bible, God mandated us to be creative
What are the Hows that we can know about Paleolithic art
How things were made, what they used and how long ago it was made. We can only speculate
Can we know for sure how these images were used in paleolithic art
We know they drew from memory but we can't know for sure why
How were these official depictions of the cherubim used
As a reminder that God is separated from humans; were used as a type of worship
how did God have Moses use the graven image of the Bronze Serpent
people had to look at it to be healed
What is this picture of a golden bull? What is his name? Where is he from
An Egyptian Deity
What does your brain do before it interprets the world around it
takes in info/gathers data
reflection or emission of lights waves from an object to the light receptors of your eyes
5 basic elements of visual perception
line, shape, color/value, texture, form
can we perceive an actual line
abstract mathematical concept of an "existent of length without breadth"
can see the line
visible, distinguishable, and namable wavelength of light emitted or reflected by an object
wheel of colors that represent the colors that are perceivable by human beings
3 colors that are equally spaced apart on the color wheel. Generally go together
deal w light waves; emitted light waves
Additive primary colors? Why?
bc they make white
deal w reflected light waves and pigments
Subtractive primary colors? Why?
magenta cyan yellow
bc they make black
1 color area or 2 adjacent color areas taking 1 color
three colors that are next to each other on the color wheel, sharing a common color,
an oldest known type of glazed ceramic. It was abandoned more than 6k years ago in Egypt
Is faience true pottery
not really bc it doesn't contain clay but contains major elements of glass
colors that are on the opposite of one another on the color wheel
successful color schemes
describes the intensity (purity) of a hue.
how do tints and shades affect saturation?
affects the purity of the color by becoming less saturated