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Combine chemistry and artwork with hands-on actions and interesting demonstrations that permit scholars to determine and know how the technological know-how of chemistry is considering the production of artwork. examine such themes as colour built-in with electromagnetic radiation, atoms, and ions paints built-in with periods of subject, particularly options third-dimensional artworks built-in with natural chemistry images built-in with chemical equilibrium paintings forgeries built-in with qualitative research and extra.

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B. Red and blue: The result will be violet. 4. ) c. Yellow and blue: The result will be green. ) d. Yellow, red, and blue: The result should be black but will probably be a muddy color. ) Questions and Conclusions 1. What accounts for the difference when mixing light and mixing pigments? For example, if we mix red and green light we see yellow. If we mix red and green pigments, do we see red-orange or violet? 2. Why do you think the mixture of all three pigment primaries is a muddy color instead of black?

8. form, they are called a ____________________. If you know the arrangement of the colors and their places on the ___________________, you will be able to mix and identify colors more easily. 8). They are divided into three groups: Primary Colors. Three colors: Red, yellow, and blue. Secondary Colors. Three colors: Orange, green, and violet (or purple). Each secondary color is a mixture of equal amounts of the two primary colors on either side of it on the color wheel: red + blue = _______________ blue + yellow = _______________ yellow + red = _______________ Intermediate Colors.

An artist uses dominance techniques to hold a viewer’s attention. To achieve dominance, an artist can accent a part of an image with color, line, shape, value, or texture contrast. Another way to achieve dominance is to have one object in sharper focus than its surroundings. Proportion. Included in proportion is the visual agreement of relative parts, such as a head size compared to a body size or furniture size compared to room size, and also agreeable relationships of intangible features such as the intensity of a blue color as compared to yellow in a sunset painting.

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