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Abstract
Complementary
Considered apart from concrete existence:an abstract
concept. Not applied or practical; theoretical. Difficult to understand.
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Architecture
Composition
The art and science of designing and erecting buildings.
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background
Contrast
The ground or scenery located behind something.
The part of a picture that appears to be in the distance. Somebodies history.
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balance
Cool
When you balance something,
you keep it steady so that it does not fall.
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clay
Drawing
Clay is type of earth that is used to make pots and bricks.
It can be made into the right shape when it is wet,
then baked in a hot oven until it is hard.
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collage
Focal point
An artistic composition of materials and objects pasted
over a surface, often with unifying lines and color.
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colour
Foreground
Red, yellow and blue are names of some colours.
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Forms of expressing your self

My uncle Bill is a photographer. He expresses himself by taking
photographs of the country side. This is one of his photo graphs.

Here are ways of expressing yourself
  • Photography
  • Singing
  • Dancing
  • Fashion - dressing up
  • Painting
  • Drama
  • Cooking
  • Making Jewelry
  • Gardening
  • Drawing
  • Collage
  • Sport E.G. Squash
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Week 3

My Dad's favorite music is Rock music

His favorite band is Meat Loaf

His favorite song is Bat out of hell.

The beat and pattern are fast the music makes me feel excited

He is singing about his life experience.

I thought it was a good choice. I like the taste of the music, but I also like lots of other types of music.

The history of Meat Loaf:
His real name is Mavin Lee Aday.
He was born in September 27 1947.
He sings, plays guitar, keyboard and saxophone.

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Function
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Week 4
Leonardo de Vinci - painted in a realist style - which means he shows things exactly as they appear in life. He was also a sculptor, scientist, an inventor, an architect, a musician and a mathematician.
We could exhibit his pictures at Auckland art gallery.
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medium
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parallel
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Week 6

Realistic:looks life like
Shading: markings used to fill in outlines of a sketch or painting to show the gradient of darkness to light.
Rhythm: is a regular beat in music, dancing and poetry.
Secondary colours: colours green, orange and purple -
a colours made by mixing two primary colours together.
Sculpture: shaping figures or objects materials such as clay, marble, metal.
Shape: E.G. star, semi circle and a diamond.
Sea scape: a view picture of the sea.

Week 8

  • Police - direct the traffic, evacuate people, stop burglars & arrest them. They look after houses.
  • Ambulance - took injured people to hospital, treated some injuries
  • Fire - put out any fires, rescued people, helped pump out flooded houses
  • Council Engineer
  • Mayor
  • Army
  • Removal men
  • Government
  • Unions
  • Builders
  • Electricians
  • Plumbers
  • Demolition experts
  • Glaziers
  • Crane drivers
  • Roofers
  • Insurance companies
  • Sewer workers & water mains workers
  • Doctors & Nurses - health board
  • Friends & family
  • Welfare volunteers - Salvation Army
  • Religious people
Tint A slight coloration; a tinge.
Transparent Easily seen through.
Two Dimensional Having only two dimensions, especially length and width - only flat.
Vanishing point The point at which a thing disappears or ceases to exist.
Warm If something is warm it is quite hot but not very hot.
Weaving To interlace (threads, for example) into cloth.
Foreground The part of the view that is nearest to the observer.