Duero, Jelda P.

BSED-Math 1-C

Visual Arts
The visual arts are those that we perceive with our eyes. The visual arts are art forms that create works that are primarily visual in nature, such as ceramics, drawing, painting, sculpture,printmaking, design, crafts, photography, video, filmmaking and architecture.
Two Groups of Visual Arts; 1. The Graphic Arts 2. The Plastic Arts

1. The Graphic Arts Graphic art covers a broad range of art forms. Graphic art is typically twodimensional and includes calligraphy, photography, drawing, painting, printmaking, lithography, typography, serigraphy (silk-screen printing), and bindery. Graphic art also consists of drawn plans and layouts for interior and architectural design. Examples:

crayon. pen and ink. and charcoal. . or forms of decorative or symbolic meaning through lines. Storm of God The Mona Lisa  Drawing is the art of representing something by lines made on a surface or the process of portraying an object. shading. Examples: . Media used include pencil. scene. and textu8re in one or more colors. brush. Painting is the process of applying pigment to a surface to secure effects involving forms and color.Examples: .

Example: 1. woodcuts. Relief Printing is the process whereby unwanted portions of design are cut away on the master image. or plane). Examples: Woodcut Wood engraving . Examples are linoleum cuts. Processes may be classified by the nature of the surface from which the printing is done: raised (relief). and wood engravings. or stone. or flat (surface. from which printing is done. depressed (intaglio). And also is an image created by a printmaking process where the areas of the plate that are to show printed black are on the original surface. metal. The printed image is formed by the remaining surfaces. Graphic Processes These are processes for making multi-reproduction of graphic works. All processes involve the preparation of a master of image of the drawing or design on some durable material such as wood.

in which an image is incised into a plate (or "matrix") with a hard-pointed "needle" of sharp metal or diamond point.2. Examples: a. Examples: . or plexiglas are also commonly used. dry point is easier for an artist trained in drawing to master than engraving. leave a raised impression. Intaglio Printing is a method of printing from a plate on which incised lines. zinc. as the technique of using the needle is closer to using a pencil than the engraver's burin. Traditionally the plate was copper. which carry the ink. Like etching. but now acetate. Dry Point is a printmaking technique of the intaglio family.

Etching is the art or process of producing drawings or design on metal plates covered with wax. Engraving is done on a metal plate with a cutting tool called a barin. c. which leaves a V-shaped trough.b. Drawing or design on the plate are entirely composed of lines and/or dots.  Surface Printing includes all processes in which printing is done from a flat (plane) surface. .

non-musical) arts. "Neoplasticism. since. such as stone or wood. with appropriate tools. in French and English. nor with the movement he termed. have also been included in the narrower definition. The term has also been applied more broadly to all the visual (non-literary." Example: Freddy Yellow-Finned Cascader  Architecture . such materials are also capable of modulation.The Plastic Arts Plastic arts are art forms which involve physical manipulation of a plastic medium by moulding or modeling such as sculpture or ceramics.[citation needed] This use of the term "plastic" in the arts should not be confused with Piet Mondrian's use. Materials that can be carved or shaped. concrete or steel.

recreational. flowers. vines. an older “edge city” of Washington D. Landscape Architecture is a planning outdoor area for human use and enjoyment. Maryland. playgrounds. Chief materials are plants.C  City Planning City planning is a profession in which planners work to guide the present and future growth of a city by striking a careful balance between residential. and institutional needs. shrubs. golf courses. especially gardens. Example: Italian Gardens The Silver Spring. trees. commercial. Example: The City of Helsinki The City of Guangdong China (Mainland) . parks. and ground cover.

and clay. floors. and accessories. stone. wire. cutting. string and other materials are also used. Interior Design is used to designate design and arrangement of architectural interiors for convenience and beauty. cellings ) furnishings. metal. Example: Fan Dancers as the Best Sculpture The Beauty and Her Beasts . but ivory. jade. Sculptures of figures are called statues. Example: Exotic Violet Bedroom Interior Design Home Interior Design  Sculpture is the art of carving. or hewing wood. It includes backgrounds (wall.

It includes such fields as ceramics. Example: An iPod  Dress and Costume Design refers to the cover the design of wearing apparel of all typesdresses. coats. Example: Beaded Craft Paper Craft  Industrial Design is the use of a combination of applied art and applied science to improve the aesthetics. leatherwork. but it may also be used to improve the product's marketability and production. and weaving. jewelry. ergonomics. shoes. suits. etc. ties. Crafts is refers to the designing and making of objects by hand for use or for pleasure. Example: . and usability of a product.

Example: . Theater Design is the design of settings for dramatic productions.

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