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GCSE Art 3

Key words for GCSE Art.

thematic
Thematic is when the artwork relates to a particular theme.
expressive
Expressive art conveys a thought or feeling.
appearance
Appearance is how the artwork looks.
deconstruction
Deconstruction describes something that is being distorted or fragmented.
objective
Objective artwork accurately represents the real world.
subjective
Subjective artwork is influenced by the artist's point of view.
interpretation
Interpretation is how an artist translates what they have learnt or seen into their work.
representational
Representational art has strong visual references to the real world.
formal
Formal elements are the various parts that make up a piece of art.
elements
Formal elements are the various parts that make up a piece of art.
application
Application is the way materials are used while creating art, for example how the paint is applied to a canvas.
experiment
Artists experiment with techniques, processes, and styles to progress.
exploration
Exploration is to investigate and study an area in detail for inspiration.
media
In art, media are the materials used to create work.
technique
Technique is the application of skills and approaches to produce work.
process
In art, process refers to the steps taken in order to create work.
material
A material is a substance or surface used to create a piece of art.
mixed-media
Mixed-media is when more than one medium is used to create artwork.
depth
Depth refers the the visual effect of distance in an artwork.
pencil
A pencil is a lead drawing instrument.

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