# Art- 3-d objects

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### Science

Heat flows in which direction? A)from solid objects to liquids B)from larger objects to smaller objects C)from warmer objects to cooler objects D)from more dense objects to less dense objects THANKS!

### visual

I can't seem to describe the placement of my objects in my stilllife arrangement. The objects are placed at an angle, which is almost horizontal. Does it relate to the principles of art?

### Art- 3-d objects

what are examples of 3-d objects Sculptures. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dimension When at the link I left you above notice the objects on the right. A dot, line, rectangle, cube. The cube represents a 3 dimensional object. Anything in our "real" world is percieved through ...

### Art

Art to inspire hope is called A.spiritual art. B.watercolor art. C.celebration art. D.western art. I can't decide between A and C...and I can't find it in the book anywhere. Help

### Art

Which exhibit would be the least likely choice for a museum s specializing in European Art? A. Renaissance Art. B. Medieval Art. C. Temple Art. D. Baroque Art. Is the answer A? Thank you.

### Art

which of the following best explains why a colorful tulip is not typically viewed as a work of art? A.Tulips cannot be displayed in a gallery. B. Tulips are not lasting objects. (I chose this one) C. Tulips do not have artistic patterns D. Tulips are not human-made.

### Art

Which definition is the best description of vanishing point? A black dot in space where al lines converge and all objects recede An imaginary point in space where all lines recede and all objects converge. The use of a horizon line to make objects appear to recede. (MY ANSWER...

### Art

How does a landscape artist make an object in the foreground appear closer than an object in the background? **A. by making the object in the foreround larger in comparison to the background objects B. by making the object in the foreground less detailed in comparison to ...

### Art

While fragile works of art might be best preserved in a locked box, museums routinely display such objects. Why do museum professionals feel it is important to share these artifacts? Museums like to take risks. Museums are required by law to showcase their entire collection. ...

### art history

1. Art enabled new understandings in this field 2. Credited with being the founder of Renaissance painting in the Netherlands 3. his most famous painting depicts sin and redemptionhe 4. brought Germany into the mainstream of Renaissance art 5. objects appear to get smaller ...

### Art

How does a landscape artist make an object in the foreground appear closer than an object in background? A. By making the object in the foreground larger in comparison to the background objects. B. By making the object in the foreground less detailed in comparison to ...

### art history

without useing a museum art become a investigative journalist using the internet find works of art that is not conventionally considered to be art.Art that will make for captivating news articles

### art

what objects can i use to create an alphabet? it can be any object or material

### IPC

i don't have a book or anything to go look all this stuff up so i really need help understanding this.. Which of the following statements is not true? a)negatively charged objects attract other negatively charged objects. b)postively charged objects attract negatively charged ...

### Art... Color

Hello, My answer for the following question is #3 ... Can Some one please tell me if I have the correct answer? Thank You To make objects appear to recede into the background, your best bet would be to 1. use fully saturated hues. 2.accentuate details. 3.dull or lower the ...

### art

to make objects appear to recede into the background, your best bet would be to

### Art

1.With late 20th c. sculpture a new attitude developed around the use of 'ordinary' materials. Some said that this was merely "Dadaist revival." The work may involve moving parts (kinetic sculpture), or 'combines' of seeming unrelated objects, or popular icons. This movement (...

### Art

What is the best way to fully understand genre of art Critique two examples of art from genre Evaluate it based on criteria for another genre of art Research its history, development and characteristic style•• Study art from the same time period

### art history

1. art enabled new understandings in this field (the protestant reformation) 2. credited with being the founder of Renaissance painting in the Netherlands distance 3. his most famous painting depicts sin and redemption (genre) 4. he brought Germany into the mainstream of ...

### Art History

Can anyone tell me the styles of the Prehistoric Art Period, Art of ancient near east, art of ancient aegean, and ancient egyptian art?????

### art

One of the primary consequences of the Council of Trent in art and architecture was that? A. Protestant art became more realistic. B. Catholic art became increasingly two-dimensional. C. Roman Catholic art concerned itself more with the spectator’s emotions. D. The Catholic ...

### Art Project

I have to do an art project for my art class and I am having trouble thinking of an idea. My art project has to be "shock art" its almost like DaDa but its got to be shocking. I can paint it, draw it, make a collage, or just put pictures together...anything really

### art

i need help with my art test.how is applied art different from fine art?

### Art

Choose a contemporary painting, sculpture, or piece of found art that captures your interest. Consider what it is that captures your attention and explain why viewing this piece is a valuable experience. Questions to consider are: 1) What best describes this art? Is it ...

### Art

I have an Art portfolio for installation art i was wondering if i can get any ideas for it I have an idea for it but im not sure if its installation art its crayon art im not sure how to explain it but if you dont know what it is you can search it on google Thanks for the help...

### Child development

Infants' naïve theory of physics leads them to believe that A.gravity is not important so floating objects are not unusual. b.one object striking a second object does not affect the second object. c.objects cannot move through other objects. objects move along disconnected, ...

### Child development

Infants' naïve theory of physics leads them to believe that a.gravity is not important so floating objects are not unusual. b.one object striking a second object does not affect the second object. c.objects cannot move through other objects. d.objects move along disconnected...

### physics

Why is there a minus sign in the formula Î”p/Î”t = âˆ’Î”EP/Î”s? Answer a. Objects are accelerated to higher kinetic energy. b. Objects seek zero motion. c. Objects are accelerated toward higher potential. d. Objects are accelerated away from higher potential.

### Art

Which style of art is often described as a comic book style? A. Cubism B. Fauvism C. Op Art D. Pop Art ••• D is my answer.

### art 101

how does the contrast between an object and the background in a picture affect the appearance of depth? a. The greater the contrast, the flatter the appearance b. The more objects there are, the more contrast there will be. c. The closer in tone, the flatter the appearance d. ...

### Fine Art 7

Is college of fine art Illinois state university and art institute of chicago are the BEST art schools (like one of the top best art schools)??????

### Art

a museum decides not to include a plain plastic mixing bowl in an exhibit of functional american kitchen art what statement best explains this choice A.The bowl is not functional art because it has no designs or patterns B.The bowl is not functional art because it is cheap and...

### Art

On the Internet, look up and list two or more definitions of the word "art" from different reliable sources. Be sure to properly quote and cite these definitions. See the "Resource Links" (in Course Materials for this unit) for useful sites. Then search the internet and find ...

### Art Help!

When creating an artist portfolio to demonstrate your individual art style, what should guide your selections? A. The knowledge you have of other art styles. B. The ability you have to copy famous masters. C. The art style you like to draw in most that makes your work unique. ...

### Art

I have a project and in my instructions it states: * Have a broad area of art selected for your project, for example, architecture, sculpture, film, video art, installation art, performance art, painting, drawing, photography, or Internet art. * Within your chosen artistic ...

### English

what is art online? ( online art galeries, virtual art, nowadays art or something different?)

### art

what education is needed to be an art teacher? Ex: art history, extra (sorry I don't know anymore than art history)

### Physics

wo objects each have a positive charge. The total charge on both objects is 365 µC. When the objects are placed a distance of 1.30 m apart, each exerts an electrostatic force of 24.3 N on the other. What is the charge on each object? (Give your answers in µC.)

### Physics

Two objects are connected with a string. In the quantitative treatment of the problem we assume that the string exerts a tension force of magnitude T on each of the two objects. What do we need to assume for this assumption to be valid? a) the string may hang loose between the...

### Tech Ed

Which of the following is a benefit that education simulations do not provide? A.They use real objects that can be physically touched B.They allow you to manipulate the objects by turning them around virtually. C.They can use 3-D movement and objects D.They can show shapes ...

### Physics

I know that when objects are connected and a force is exerted on the connected objects, we treat them as a system with a single acceleration. I was just wondering if objects were piled on top of each other they would still be connected. if a horizontal force was exerted on one...

### science

Which statement best describes Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation? A.Large objects, like Earth and the Sun, attract other objects everywhere in the universe. B.Gravity is a kind of magnetic force between objects and Earth. C.Gravity is the result of the curvature of space...

### art

a collector enjoys artwork that includes realistic images of geographic feautres such as rivers, mountain , and plains. Which topic is he most likely to build his collection around? A) land and animal art B) map art C) architectural designs D) landscape art my answer is D but ...

### Art history

briefly compare stone/ bronze age including two objects ...(technique,function) ... thank you very much.... I need it by next week :P ...only one a4 is enough she said

### Art Appreciation (college level)

Art 101 (Art Appreciation) textbook (Gardener's art through the ages) by Kleiner, F.S. 2010 The Western Perspective vol 11 (13th edition) Question: Discuss how the late Gothic sense can be seen as an evident in Berlinghieri's St. Francis Altarpiece.

### ART 101 ART APPRECIATION

Review the “Questions Art Historians Use” section in the Introduction of the textbook. Select two of the five questions. Explain what art historians are trying to gain by asking each question and how they might go about finding an answer.

### Fine Art 7

Is there any art websites for middle schoolers to do some cool, creative, and pretty art work.

### Art Appreciation

Are Nick Cave's Soundsuits fine art or folk art? Please explain in detail

### physics

What is the purpose of a layer or copper or aluminum on the bottom of stainless steel cookware? All objects continuously emit radiant energy. Why then doesn't the temperature of all objects continuously decrease? All objects continuously absorb energy from their surroundings. ...

### art

How do I set out a timeline from Prehistoric art to Modern art in a power point presentation?

### ART 101 Art Appreciation

Discuss how art was used as a vehicle for propaganda in the works of Höch, Grosz, and Picasso.

What is Art therapy? What do you do as a art therapist? Do you get paid a lot? (curious) How does it change people lives?

In addition to skills in creating art, which type of knowledge is important for art therapist to have to successfully perform their jobs? A. Knowledge of Physical Therapy B.Knowledge of Psychology C.Knowledge of teaching Strategies D. Knowledge of Art History

### Art

In addition to skills in creating art, which type of knowledge is important for art therapists to have to successfully perform their jobs? A. knowledge of physical therapy. B. Knowledge of psychology. C. Knowledge of teaching strategies. D. Knowledge of art history Is the ...

### art

Compare and contrast the modern day art of David smith "cubi series" with that of stonehedge in regards to the elements of art.

How did art critic John Canady influence the opinions of art lovers and buyers in the 1960s and 1970s ??

### Technology

Which of the following is benefit that education simulations do NOT provide? A.They use real objects that can physically be touched. B. They allow you to manipulate the objects by turning them around virtually. C. They can use 3-D movement and objects. D. They can show shapes ...

### Art History

1.which inference can be made of the following statement? art is the difference between seeing and just identifying. A.you need to see it to believe it B. don't believe everything you see C. to understand art you must look deeper*** D. art is ordinary (I think the answer is C ...

### Science

which of the following is true about kinetic energy select all that apply A as an objects speed increases kinetic energy decreases B only moving objects have kinetic energy ••• C kinetic energy increases as an objects height increases D kinetic energy depends on an ...

### Art/English-citations

How would i shorten the following citation for subsequent citations in Turabian style? Department of Nineteenth-Century, Modern, and Contemporary Art. "Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890)". In Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000.

### physics

2)Two objects are initially the same height above the ground. Simultaneously, one is released from rest and the other is shot horizontally with an initial speed of 2.5 m/s. The two objects collide after falling 20.0 m. How far apart were the objects initially?

### physics

2) Two objects are initially the same height above the ground. Simultaneously, one is released from rest and the other is shot horizontally with an initial speed of 2.5 m/s. The two objects collide after falling 20.0 m. How far apart were the objects initially?

### ART ONLY ONE QUESTION PLZ HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

what is the best definition for the term visual composition a. a beautiful arrangement b. the placement of visual elements in a work of art c.the creation of symbols in a work of art ******* d. a visually dynamic work of art

### Earth Science

A classification system is based on the use of (1)the human senses to infer properties of objects (2)instruments to infer properties of objects (3)observed properties to group objects with similar characteristics Is it (3)?

### Art

What is the role of art criticism in evaluating a work of art? To harshly judge a piece.)MY ANSWER To share an emotional reaction. To give an educated opinion.

### SOCIAL STUDIES

I am study the art culture of Mexico and famout mexican muralist Diego Rivera. I have 2 queestions not sure how to answer 1) The mexican muralist created one of Latin Americas unique art movements. They attachked colonism by creating public, revolutionary art? what is is ...

### art

select two works of art from any ancient culture. Using the terminology and concepts you are learning for evaluating art, compare and contrast the two works including materials used, style, meaning, symbolism, and any other aesthetic issues. Explain how the works of art fit ...

### Education technology

Which of the following is a benefit dead education simulation do not provide? They use real objects that can be physically touched They allow you to manipulate objects by turning them around vertically•• They can use 3-D movement and objects They can show shapes used in ...

### art history

Discuss the ideological and visual differences between Renaissance Art and Baroque Art. (think in terms of, for example, religion, society, and scientific discoveries)

### Art

7. Which of the following pairs are art movements? A. Impressionism, Victorian B. Renniasance, Expressionism C. Renoir, Classicism D. Art Deco, Cubism My answer is B and you please check @Ms.Sue

### Art

So I'm trying to answer Leonardo da Vinci's statement on perspective. And the question is: How does our mnemonics trick FOPS (Fading, Overlapping, Placement, Size) Corroborate (confirm) the following statement by the great Renaissance Master Leonardo da Vinci? "Perspective is ...

### Education technology Ms.Sue I need your help!!!!

what is the importance of including the elements of design in visual art? The elements work together to help influence thoughts and emotions The elements are mandatory in any piece of art work Art is not art without each element The elements are individual and only element ...

### art/101

Review Ch. 3 of A World of Art. Considering examples on pp. 52–54 in Ch. 3 of your text, what performance art might you imagine executing in a public space? What would be your piece’s purpose and content?

### art

Analyse a work of art for example Jacob Lawrence "GOING HOME" to describe how he used both elements of art and principles of design to create a strong composition.

### Education technology

what is the importance of including the elements of design in visual art? The elements work together to help influence thoughts and emotions The elements are mandatory in any piece of art work Art is not art without each element The elements are individual and only element ...

### Physics

Hello, my problem is the next one: There are three objects that are launched at the Same time But with different angles( they describe proyectile motion ) . All the objects got the Same maximun height. My question is: Is the Initial velocity the Same for the three objects? Why...

### art

What exactly are modern and contemporary art? For school, I have to paint a piture that relates to a certain part of speech as well as a certain type of art era/period. I'm almost finished, so now i just want to know how to EXPRESS modern or maybe even contemporary art in my ...

### Fine Art

I have to examine the art work "Winged Genie Fertilizing a Date Tree" and explain the elements of art found in the art work and explain what type of movement is shown in this work. I'm really struggling with this and behind on my work. Any help anyone could give me would be ...

### Education technology

including the elements of design in visual art? The elements work together to help influence thoughts and emotions The elements are mandatory in any piece of art work Art is not art without each element The elements are individual and only element should be used in each piece ...

### art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art The Louvre Museum The Smithsonian Institution Freer Gallery and Sackler Gallery select two works of art from any ancient culture. Using the terminology and concepts you are learning for evaluating art, compare and contrast the two works including...

### Art

Over time, abstract art has become a recognized and valued part of art history. This is an example of. Deterioration of artistic standards.(maybe -_o) Changes in artistic style over time. (MY ANSWER) Different interpretation of what makes good art. The way fads come and go.

### Art

Over time, abstract art has become a recognized and valued part of art history. This is an example of. Deterioration of artistic standards. Changes in artistic style over time. Different interpretation of what makes good art. (MY ANSWER) The way fads come and go.

### Art

Over time, abstract art has become a recognized and valued part of art history. This is an example of. Deterioration of artistic standards.(MY ANSWER) Changes in artistic style over time. Different interpretation of what makes good art. The way fads come and go

### maths/physics

Two objects are thrown simultaneously from the same height at 45° angles to the vertical with a speed of 20 m per second; one up, the other one down. Find the difference between the heights the objects will be at two seconds later. How are these objects moving in regards to ...

### Western Civilization

need a good simple to understand resource to explain why the early 20th Century experienced a surge of changing role of art in society. Will need to define the modern art movement and give examples of individuals, the type of art they created and how they impacted the art ...

### physics

If the momentum of one object changes in a system that is subject to no net external force, what else must happen? 1) Collisions with other objects will change its momentum back. 2) The momenta of the other objects in that system change in the same way. 3) The momenta of the ...

a work of art that depicts inanimate objects is called? still life. using all tones from lightest to the darkest in an image? watercolor. lots of dots to create a texture is called? stippling. a tip of a pen is called? nib. the way the light shines through an object? ...

### Language Art

Which of the following best expresses the main idea of the selection? a.) Heavy objects can be lifted like feathers... b.)In fact, everything is fun , nothing is hard c.) Being weightless in space is so exciting d.)...they do somersaults and acrobatics without effort

### Art

Could someone please give me some help with this question? What is an example of each of the five types of sculptures listed:? Carving Modeling Casting Assemblage Earthworks Art is beautiful but I do not know much about art. Thanks for your help.

### art

For years, community art was created by a professional for the enjoyment or education of a public group. how did the definition change in the nineteenth century? a. community art was now also exhibited in museums. b. community art was now also created to spark a revolution. c...

### PHYSICS URGENT

While flying at an altitude of 7.25 km, you look out the window at various objects on the ground. If your ability to distinguish two objects is limited only by diffraction, find the smallest separation between two objects on the ground that you can resolve as distinguishable. ...

### math

There are 35 students in a class who stu dy either art or music, 15 study art. Twice as many students who study art study music. COMPLETE THE VENN DIAGRAM TO SHOW. Art only MUSIC ONLY art and music

### art

What is aesthetics? exploring fundamental questions such as "What is art?" and "What is beauty?" determining how an artwork is organized, using the principles of design as a guide describing a work of art based on its period, civilization, and style i think A

### Art

The painting is The Family of Carlos lV. 1. What is Goya's style of painting? Is he part of a larger art movment. 2. What art principles did he use? How? Where? Please Help Me.

### Art

Is there any art websites I like drawing, painting, collage computer art, manga drawings, fashion designs, & drawing cute doodles

### art history

Compare and contrast the art and sculpture of Meso-America and Africa. In your discussion, include the purposes for this art and sculpture.

### phYsics

Two identical objects each hold a net charge of q = 8e. If the gravitational force between the two objects exactly cancels the electrostatic force between the objects, what is the mass of each object? Where G: 6.67E-11 Ke=8.99E9 I know the equation is m=sqrt(ke*q^2/G) yet when...

### Art 101

Briefly describe the works of art and the artists to discuss, Where is/are the works located? What time period is the art from? Writing about Apollo and sculptor Vulca.

### science

Two objects slide over a frictionless horizontal surface. The object A with a mass of 5000g is moves at a speed of 4.5m/s toward the object B (mB= 2500g) which is initially at rest. After the collision, both objects are directed to 30O on either side of the original line of ...

### English+D.O and I.O

Can someone teach me how to locate direct objects and indirect objects in a sentence?