Art Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Frank Stella is an American painter, sculptor and printmaker that was most known for his minimalist and abstract art. Because of the simplicity of his art, Stella once said “my paintings are based on the fact that only what can be seen there is there. What you see is what you see”....Read More

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B is the answer to this. If there is one thing that people do not have in their lives right now, it is "balance". Have you ever wondered why you do not seem to have time for the people that you love anymore? This is because you have not balanced your time yet. Balance is important in everything...Read More

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There are a couple of different ways to highlight text in a Word document or in Google Drive without using the mouse. The first way is one of the answers listed above. You can hold the shift key down and use the up and down arrows to highlight parts of the text. This is good for highlighting a...Read More

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The Buddhist temples have such a unique artistic style because of how they developed. This history begins with the period after Buddha’s live - and therefore shortly after his death, these kinds of buildings began to appear all over India. There are three different kinds of religious...Read More

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To get different colors on a batik piece, the piece has to be dipped in dye a few times. This particular technique for dying cloth is native to Java, Indonesia, Japan, and the areas nearby. However, the most famous batik patterns come from Java. The process is quite intense. The fabric is first...Read More

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One type of line on this list that can be found in art is the diagonal line. This is often associated with running, with moving across the piece. While the other lines aren’t explicitly in art, there can be imaginary lines (IE one subject making eye contact with another), and there can be...Read More

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There are three properties of color: hue, value, and saturation. The hue of a color is the name - pink, blue, red, green, etc. The value of a color is how light or dark it is - what tint or shade it is. Colors here would include baby blue, pink, maroon, lavender, etc. The saturation is the...Read More

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Neoclassicism paintings have quite a few of these mentioned characteristics. They are often rational, geometric, have an organized composition (IE everything in the piece has a purpose), and center on the subjects, instead of the background or the foreground. The subjects in these paintings and...Read More

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The principles of art are the same as the principles of design: balance, rhythm, emphasis, proportion, variety, gradation, etc. These are theories meant to help art feel as though it is complete, that it is whole. To have rhythm in a piece of art simply means that the piece has some kind of...Read More

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Three basic design planning tools are the sketchbook, the scrapbook, and the ideas book. The sketchbook is a place for designers to keep sketches of their work. These could be anything from skirts to couches and back again. Often, people think of fashion designers when they hear the word...Read More

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