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A functional object or arrangement whereby the principles of art are applied. Refers to such things as pottery, interior decorating, architecture, furniture, etc
Coarse cloth or heavy fabric that must be stretched and primed to use for painting, particularly for oil paintings.
The arrangement of the parts of a work of art.
Representations on a flat surface usually made with pen, pencil, crayon, chalk or paint with an emphasis on line.
The process of baking clay in a kiln or banked fire outside (such as raku firing). This process hardens the clay and makes it very permanent.
A transparent or semitransparent coating of a color or stain used over oil paintings, plaster sculpture or ceramics.
A movement in the 19th century which bridged the "realist" tradition with the modern movements of the 20th century. Focus for the impressionist was on light and atmosphere.
Representation, or making sculptural, three-dimensional forms, usually with clay or wax. Also, making two-dimensional surfaces look three-dimensional , by use of light and shade, color and mass.
A technique used in preparation for cementing two pieces of clay together using a series of incised lines. Also describes a process for indentation and curved line paper sculpture and folding.
Images created using small tesserae arranged and glued into a design or composition. Mosaics date back to the Ancient Greeks and Romans, mostly used to decorate walls and floors.