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The mediums of visual arts

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Camtot Grezille

on 8 December 2013

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Photographs, posters, and comics are images placed on paper from reality or from originals by a photocopying process. Sensitive chemicals react to different light, darkness, and colors to create copies of those shades and colors on paper. . In older times, newspapers and books were made from engraved letters
Mediums of Visual Art - refers to the materials that are utilized to create art
Visual Art

are art forms from great work that is primarily visual.
The mediums of visual arts
Painting
Drawing
Carving
Weaving
oil
acrylic
pastel
watercolor
charcoal
pencil
oil/acrylic
charcoal/pastel
pencil drawing
watercolor
photograph/poster
lithograph
silk-screen
cartoon/comic
2 dimensional medium
3 dimensional medium
light/digital medium
Modern Visual Arts
or Electronic Art
computer art
abstract video
Web art
photograph/poster
stage setting
light display
cartoon/comic
digitized video
engraving
woodcut
etching
stained glass
mosaic
stage setting
tapestry
carved design or picture
Remember that art is a language all of its own that is different from our normal spoken language. The language of the visual arts--like the other arts--is feeling: emotion, intuition, and form or idea without words. Through paintings, drawings, and other visual arts, we can discover worlds of experience that are all around us--or inside of us--that cannot be described quickly or easily with mere words. The visual arts can help us give meaning to what seems meaningless and help us recapture feelings and experiences that we have once had or would like to have again.
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Oils are oil-based paints. Today, most artists use synthetic oils known as acrylics. Charcoals and pastels are sticks of chalk-like substances that come in black (charcoals) and pastel colors (pastels). Watercolors are water-based paints.
Lithographs are prints made when a flat stone or a sheet of metal is treated with chemicals that either hold ink or repel it.
Silk-screen prints are made when silk or other fine cloth is treated with ink-proof substances. The cloth is framed tightly, and then the parts that will be blank or white in the final print are treated with an impermeable chemical or substance that ink cannot go through. Then paper is laid under the silk-screen, and ink is forced through the part of the cloth that is untreated. The resulting image is called a silk-screen.
Electronic arts are relatively new to the human race. The visual arts forms of electronic arts include computer- generated designs, cartoons on TV and videos, and abstract videos--those with no real people or things in them. Videos and TV with real people and things usually are classified with the stage arts (the performing arts), along with plays, dance, and musical performances. Some of the more innovative video and stage shows also have very creative stage settings or light-show displays, and these probably are visual arts, too. In most recent years, digitized photographs and sections of movies have developed, and this trend of digitizing visual images promises to become a dominant part of photography and movie making in the next few decades
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