Flashcards in Lesson 1 Deck (33)
what is art?
art renders itself on the kind of people, culture, and history it belongs to
why study art appreciation?
for everyone to see the world in another perspective, in a higher, rational aesthetic perspective
is the branch of philosophy concerned with the feelings aroused in us by sensory experiences—
experiences we have through sight, hearing, taste, touch, and smell.
studies the nature of beauty.
True or False: If we take pleasure in what we see, we say that it is beautiful.
Yes or No: Is beauty a requirement for art?
No, beauty is not a requirement for art
6 Tasks of Artists
1. Create places and objects for some human purpose.
2. Create extraordinary versions of ordinary objects
3. to record and commemorate
4. to give tangible form to the unknown
5. to give tangible form to feelings and ideas
6. refresh our vision and help us see the world in new ways
Art and craft both means?
True or False: During the Middle ages, art was used in roughly the same sense as craft
Refers to characteristics that we recognize as constant, recurring, or coherent
the result of a series of choices, in this case choices an artist makes in creating a work of art.
A recurring pattern, symbol or subject the artist is known for and have mastered it.
distinguishes artists from other skilful makers
The way art looks.
Art’s first impression.
Its visual appeal.
Is what a work of art is about. The subject matter.
How we associate symbols with the subject matter of the art work.
The background information. The artist’s milieu and the history behind a work of art.
Why is Museum a cemetery for dead culture?
because it takes away the artwork in its context
What are the elements of art?
What are the different art forms?
1. Visual Arts
2. Applied Arts
3. Performing Arts
Give different Visual Arts
Give different Applied Arts
Give different Performing Arts
-Film and Theater
is a two-dimensional art form which is made up of layers of pigments applied onto a surface
a two-dimensional art form created by an impression made by a method involving a transfer from one surface to another.
a two-dimensional medium where an image is depicted on a flat surface by making lines and areas of tone through shading.
three-dimensional artworks created by shaping and moulding materials, typically marble, metal, glass, wood and bronze.
an image created by the exposure of light on a light-sensitive material for printing, or in modern times through photographic films
refer to artworks that use a combination of materials in their construction.