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Vocabulary Unit 5

modern Art
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Tatyana Kluge

on 15 February 2011

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Paint:
A liquid mixture, usually of a solid pigment in a liquid vehicle, used as a decorative or protective coating. MODERN aRT VOCABULARY Draw:
To compose or create a picture or lines. Sketch:
A simply or hastily executed drawing or painting,
especially a preliminary one, giving the essential
features without the details. Sculpt:
To carve, model, or make by using the techniques of sculpture. Sew:
To make, repair by such means,
or to join or attach by stitches. Decorate: to plan and execute the design, furnishings, and ornamentation of the interior of (a house, office, apartment, etc.), especially by selecting colors, fabrics, and style of furniture, by making minor structural changes.
Create: To cause to come into being, as something
unique that would not naturally evolve or that is
not made by ordinary processes. Recycle:
to treat or process used or waste materials so as to make suitable for reuse. Display: To show or exhibit; make visible something. Portrait:
A likeness of a person, especially of the face,
as a painting, drawing, or photograph. Exhibition:
An exhibiting, showing, or presenting to view. Masterpiece:
a person's greatest piece of work, as in an art. Wood:
the hard, fibrous substance composing most
of the stem and branches of a tree or shrub,
and lying beneath the bark; the xylem.
Glass:
An object that is noncrystalline and we use to drink. Cloth:
a fabric formed by weaving, felting, etc.,
from wool, hair, silk, flax, cotton, or other fiber,
used for garments, upholstery, and many other items. THE END!! :)
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